Elago, the company that previously launched the W3 Stand to turn an Apple Watch into a classic Macintosh, this week announced the “Wrist Fit” for Apple’s AirPods. The $14.99 Wrist Fit is a small silicone strap that slides onto an Apple Watch band, providing two small slots where you can store your AirPods and reach them with ease.
The company says that Wrist Fit is compatible with “most” Apple Watch bands, like the Sport Band, Sport Loop, Classic Band, Leather Loop, and more. It also promises that the accessory will “securely” hold your AirPods so that they will “not get loose or slide out over time.”
Lightweight and slim fitting. Perfect place to store your AirPods while you work out or when you run out of battery.
Hold your AirPods securely. It does not get loose or slide out over time. Keep your AirPods close at all times!
The Wrist Fit provides two options for carrying AirPods on your wrist: you can use the included black silicone strap to only carry the AirPods, or take off the small silicone attachment and slide it onto a compatible Apple Watch band. Elago says the attachment fits both 38mm and 42mm Apple Watch bands.
Elago has a few other AirPods-related accessories, including a Waterproof Hang Case, Silicone Case, Leather Case, Carrying Clip, EarPads, and more. The company also has a colorful line of Duo Cases for AirPods that lets users switch out parts of the case to add a hint of personalization to the AirPods Charging Case.
Following the success of the W3 Stand, Elago released the M4 Stand to make an iPhone 7, 6s, or 6 look like an old Macintosh computer from 1984. Similar to the Apple Watch accessory, the M4 Stand lets users slide their iPhone into the side of the silicone housing, and a pass-through rail underneath the stand allows for Lightning cable organization.
In terms of price, the W3 Stand is currently $9.99 on Amazon and the M4 Stand is $25.99 on Amazon (both in “Classic White”). More recently, Elago debuted the W4 Stand to mimic Apple’s colorful iMac G3 line of computers from 1998.
For now, the Wrist Fit only appears to be available on Amazon in the United States, and it’s running for $14.99.
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