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Samsung adds a new rugged wristband option for Galaxy Watch 4 and Galaxy Watch 5

Galaxy Watch 4 PXG Golf Edition

The South Korean tech company is now working on the accessory ecosystem for its various products. Notably, the tech company is introducing useful accessories for various smartphones, tablets, as well as wearables. Just a few days ago, the South Korean conglomerate introduced camera accessories for its latest flagship i.e., Galaxy S23 series. As of now, the company has come forward with a new wristband option for the Galaxy smartwatches. The new wrist strap has been introduced for the Galaxy Watch 4 and the Galaxy Watch 5.

The folks at 9to5Google identified that the new wristband is priced at $49.99 in the US. The new Rugged Sport Band is specifically introduced for the Galaxy Watch 4, Galaxy Watch 4 Classic, Galaxy Watch 5, and Galaxy Watch 5 Pro. The wristband is made from fluoroelastomer material. For this reason, it has the capacity for water resistance. According to Samsung, the band is thick and adds texture to strengthen it for “long-lasting endurance.”

The interior of the Rugged Sport Band is different in texture. It has a smooth and soft finish on the inside. The band is presented in two different color options i.e., Black and Grey. In addition to this, the band is available in two different sizes i.e., S/M and M/L. The wristband is available for sale. Interested users can order it today.

Other first-party wristband options for the Galaxy Watch series

Besides this, the company has introduced various other first-party watchbands for the Galaxy Watch series. These include Novanappa Hybrid Band, Milanese Band, Hybrid Fabric Band, Poke Ball Band, Hybrid Leather Band, and Extreme Sport Band. Additionally, Ridge-Sport Band, Classic Metal Link Band, Fabric Band, Global Goals Band, Sport Band, Two-Tone Sport Band, Magnetic D Buckle Sport Band, and Metal Link Bracelet are also available in the market.

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