Personalize your smartwatch with Google Mode

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One of the features that sets Android apart from other operating systems is its ability to be customized. Google isn’t afraid to allow users to customize their devices to suit their individual needs. I assume Google was thinking along those lines when it created its newest product, Mode.

Mode is a line of “snap-and-swap” watch bands designed specifically for Android Wear. Mode watch bands are designed to allow users to better express themselves or match their smartwatch with a specific occasion. The bands range from 16 mm to 22 mm and are available in a range of colors in both leather and silicone.

To attach a band you just snap it onto the watch and slide a button forward. It is a process that should literally take a second.

The silicone bands go for $49.95, while the leather bands go for $59.95. For more information or to purchase a Mode band, visit the Google Mode site.

 

Posted in: Android, News, Watches and Clocks
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  • eClipse May 7, 2016, 12:55 pm

    Why are these bands so expensive?

    Same goes for the Sony Smartwatch bands – $50 for a band for a watch you can buy for $130.

    Makes no sense, who would buy this?

  • Alan Claver May 7, 2016, 1:13 pm

    This wasn’t a sponsored posting?

    • Julie Strietelmeier May 7, 2016, 2:00 pm

      No, Dennis wasn’t paid to write this. He just found it interesting and decided to write a news/info post about it. FYI: all of our sponsored posts are clearly marked as such either in the title itself or at the beginning of the post.

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