Apple Watches come in three different sizes: the 38mm, 41mm, and 44mm. The difference is the width of the band. The 40mm Sport Loop band fits wrists between 130 and 200mm, while the 44mm Sport Loop band fits wrists between 140 and 220mm. You can determine the right band size for your Apple Watch by using our size guide.
The first step is to measure your wrist. You can do this using a tape measure, a ruler, or a hand measurement app. While this is a good method, it is not as accurate as a professional measurement and may result in a band that does not fit properly. If you are using an iPhone, you can download the Measure app. This app will show you your wrist circumference and allow you to input your measurements to find the right band size.
The next step is to determine your model of Apple Watch. The four new Apple Watch models come in both the 40mm and 44mm cases. You should be able to find a suitable band if you have an old one that fits. The 42mm and 44mm cases have the same mounting slots for watch bands. The two watches are the same size, but the 40mm is slightly narrower.
The Apple Watch band is available in a variety of colors and case sizes. You should make sure to measure your wrist carefully before buying a new band. Using the correct measurement is important to ensure your Apple Watch fits snugly against your skin and the sensors on your wrist are working properly. The length of your wrist is also a critical factor in determining the correct band size.