wrist band

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Synonyms for wrist band

a band or bracelet worn around the wrist


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Mr Page said the box had been full as all the wrist bands had been sold.
The Vigilant PPS-JBD01 comes with one wrist band, but the system can handle an unlimited number of children wearing wrist bands.
Wearable products have been segmented as hand-worn, head-worn and body-worn products, with sub segments of smartwatches, wrist bands, finger worn products, smartglasses, HMD/HUDs, AR VR enabled headsets, smart textiles, wearable patches and other body worn products.
Families can purchase wrist bands for $25 per family of two adults and three children.
It is not a mechanical watch, with two rechargeable batA[degrees] teries powering the device, also embedded in the wrist band.
Although he had a purple wrist band he claimed that he had clothing to pick up.
Antonia from the UK was buying multi-coloured wrist bands for her children, Jupiter and Temple.
A range of venues and stores are offering discounts to music fans who buy a pounds 3 wrist band to help fund the event.
He also threw his wrist band and kicked a chair in the dugout in frustration.
I was so happy that I didn't even think of looking at the wrist band.
The thin film device could be worn as a wrist band to warn wearers they risk receiving a potentially harmful dose of ultraviolet rays.
Waddle conceded he couldn't prove his ID as he didn't have the yellow wrist band.
Pembrokeshire County Council has been asked for permission to admit 16 and 17-year-olds with an identification wrist band to prevent them being served alcohol.
A GRAN nearly died after a bungling nurse gave her penicillin - even though she wore a red wrist band to warn she was ALLERGIC to the drug.
The Life Tag is a small device which can be worn on a wrist band or attached to a person in many other ways.