We don’t know about you, but when we saw the sixth and latest generation of Apple’s iPod Nano, we did wonder just how much size really matters.
At only 37.5x41x8.78mm in size, we though just how easy it would be to lose, even with its clip on the back. But now gadget accessory maker Griffin has come up with its own take on turning the latest Nano into a wristwatch by incorporating it into a slap bracelet.
Remember those flexible, spring-steel bands that lay flat and rigid until slapped onto your arm? They were all the rage in the 1980s. Griffin has covered the memory-metal wristbands of old with soft silicone and added a silicone frame to hold your Nano securely while on the move.
Using the Nano’s watch face display, you can have your very own timepiece that you can always keep track of, while protecting the gadget’s dock connector and volume controls, but leaving the headphone port open so you can plug in and listen any time. The sleep/wake button is still also accessible through the silicone frame.
The Griffin Slap Nano wristband is available now in a range of nine vibrant colours, direct from Griffin, for about £15.
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