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Synonyms for watchband

a band of cloth or leather or metal links attached to a wristwatch and wrapped around the wrist

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Every bag or watchband means that a living, feeling being has had a miserable life Wearing so-called exotic skins is entirely unnecessary.
It's very thin and light, incorporates nice design tweaks like the watchband hinge, has a great screen and seems to deliver decent performance in a fanless chassis without getting too warm.
Sydney, July 23 ( ANI ): Tech giant Apple has been granted patents which signal a smartwatch and a smart watchband.
Plus it looks fantastic, with multiple colorful dock faces to choose from, and a sleek, subtly patterned watchband available in white or black.
I wear a watch with a rubber watchband so I can wipe it down each time I hunt.
He has reconnected with some of the music that he grew up listening to - Syd Barrett, The Stooges, The Seeds, Strawberry Alarm Clock and The Chocolate Watchband.
Old watch faces were used for the insides of the eyes, and the eyelashes were cut from the watchband.
The calfskin watchband has visible red stitching and is attached to the case with a special insert system.
A Confession," for example, begins with a kind of flirtation, hesitant, uncertain, expectant, in which the speaker is interrupted by a gleam of light reflected from the woman's watchband.
Then, the deputy saw the handle of a knife with the blade stuck under Billy's watchband.
Indigenous designers and performing sacred ceremonies, not including the traditional waving of my turquoise watchband to the Four Directions, of course.
I wear his silver watchband, a keepsake, for the sake of keeping.
If you held it in your hand, it wouldn't reach from the tips of your fingers to your watchband.
My father always taught me that every customer is important, whether they're buying a $5 watchband or a $10,000 necklace.
These include the 9068P, a disc compass watchband with cardinal points for $2.