Something exciting for the Galaxy Watch 5 series.
Samsung tossed the news about two new metal straps for the Galaxy Watch 5 series. The two metal straps are the Milanese strap and the Link Bracelet. The former is made using stainless steel while the latter is made using titanium. The new straps have been launched officially in South Korea for Galaxy Watch 5 and the Galaxy Watch 5 Pro users.
The new metal straps i.e., Milanese and Link Bracelet straps are available in two distinct colors. They come in silver and black colors. In contrast to the silicon strap accompanying with Galaxy Watch 5 series, the new metal bands are sumptuous. Considering the fact that they could be matched with the consumer’s outfit. The Link Bracelet holds a button-like mechanism. The button-like mechanism is attached to the watch. The length is adjustable. Additionally, it has a magnetic buckle that makes it convenient to use.
In contrast, the Milanese strap is based on a mesh-type structure. The mesh in the design provides enough room for ventilation. Thus, delivering high comfort. Similar to the Link Bracelet, a magnetic buckle is associated with the Milanese strap. The good news is that the company is selling the new straps are sold separately as well as in a bundle with Galaxy Watch 5 series smartwatch.
When it comes to size and pricing, the Milanese strap is available at KRW 99,000 in 40mm as well as 44mm sizes. Whereas the Link Bracelet costs KRW 253,000. It is also available in both sizes i.e., 40mm as well as 44 mm. For November 2022, Samsung is selling the new metal straps as a launch offer. Given this, the prices are KRW 198,000 for Link Bracelet and KRW 77,000 for the Milanese band. But remember, these prices are valid until November 2022.
Furthermore, Samsung is presenting coupons to all Galaxy Watch 5 series buyers worth KRW 30,000. This coupon can be employed to purchase watch straps and accessories.
Brian is the news author at Research Snipers which mainly covers Technology News, Microsoft News, Google News, Facebook, Apple, Huawei, Xiaomi, and other tech news.