The Reserve Strap announced its new Watch Battery Band which gives an extra 30 hours of battery life. It comes in 3 colors, grey, white and black. The Reserve Strap will be available in November of this yea rat a price of $249.99.
The “Specialized thermoset Elastometer silicon band” boasts water resistance like that of the Apple Watch. Each size of strap for the 38mm & 42mm watch can increase the total battery life to 48 hours of functionality.
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The Reserve Strap is the first and only battery band to be created for the Apple Watch and addresses key concerns with battery life that a variety of users have raised concerning the device, specifically its inability last every day on a single charge. The Reserve Strap is fully compliant with Apple’s Band style guidelines and won’t violate your Apple Care warranty.
The Reserve Strap makes use of the Apple Watch’s hidden diagnostic port to alter seamless charging of each watch and band, although unfortunately so as to charge each at an equivalent time you have got to do therefore through the small USB port on the band instead of using the Watch’s magnetic charger.
Though Apple surprised users by having open support for third-party bands, they need yet to retort to device manufacturers like Reserve Strap who are utilizing the Apple Watch’s hidden diagnostic port.
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