Buying a new band for your Fitbit Blaze is a matter of personal choice. The look, feel, and materials used are all things you’ll likely consider. There are plenty of options available to you if you’re looking to ditch the standard silicone band that came with your purchase.
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Fitbit Blaze leather band
The leather band for the Fitbit Blaze has a classic and clean look, while the leather is soft and shouldn’t irritate your skin. It’s made from genuine leather, so you can be assured it won’t fall apart on you. As with most leather bands, it takes a little bit of time to break in and fit your wrist perfectly.
Fitbit Blaze metal band
Fitbit’s metal link band is made entirely out of stainless steel and has adjustable links to ensure you always get the right fit. This band will give your Blaze a fresh and stylish look. It’s important to note Fitbit recommends you don’t use this band for workouts. This is a band to buy if you enjoy wearing your Fitbit 24/7 and want to show off your flashy fashion sense.
UMTELE Sport silicone band
If you’d like a silicone band that’s different than the standard one from Fitbit, the UMTELE Sport silicone band is flashy and functional. The holes around the wristband help your skin breathe while you’re working out, so the band shouldn’t feel as wet after you’ve been sweating.
Oitom Milanese stainless steel loop band
Stainless steel bands are fantastic and the Oitom Milanese stainless steel loop band gives you that stylish endless loop look for a very good price. The band comes with the metal frame for your Fitbit Blaze, so you don’t even have to change the pins, just pop your Blaze into the band and you’re ready to go.
SUPCASE Unicorn Beetle Pro band and case
More than just a band, the SUPCASE Unicorn Beetle Pro band and case offers rugged protection for your Fitbit Blaze, so regardless of how extreme the activity, you’ll be able to bring your Blaze along. The band is made from silicone, meaning it can get as sweaty and dirty as it needs to, and will wash off easily when you’re done.
iHillon fabric band
The iHillon fabric band for the Fitbit Blaze has a unique design made from a canvas fabric on the outside of the band, but genuine leather on the inside. The leather accents on the band give the beautiful fabric an elegant look, and it comes with a 180-day warranty.
Simpeak Silicone Replacement Band
The Simpeak Silicone Replacement Band is a simple and comfortable band replacement that’s easy to install and ready for your next workout. It comes in 13 different color options, while the metal frame ranges from rose gold, to black, to silver. It comes with a 5-year warranty in case anything goes wrong.
YOSWAN Leather Strap
Leather, luxurious, and perfect for spring: these are three ways to describe the beautiful YOSWAN Leather Strap. It comes in a variety of different floral patterns and color options, including daisies, roses, wildflowers, and more. The soft leather of the band makes it ideal for day-to-day wear and the holes in the band make it easy to adjust for a variety of wrist sizes.
Nigaee Stainless Steel Bling Wristband
The Nigaee Stainless Steel Bling Wristband is an incredibly fashion-forward and eye-catching Fitbit Blaze band replacement. It comes in striking rose gold and silver color options, while the bright, shining rhinestones and sleek, glimmering stainless steel base make it look more like a piece of very expensive jewelry rather than a fitness wearable.
Find the perfect partner for your Fitbit Blaze
With a brand new band, your Fitbit Blaze can feel like new again and look better than ever. Any of the bands listed above will do you justice, but for me personally, we love the Fitbit Blaze leather band. It’s dependable, beautifully designed, and incredibly comfortable for day-to-day wear.
Maybe you’re on the market for a band that’s better designed for working up a sweat at the gym? The UMTELE Sport silicone band isn’t only built with perforated holes so you can work out in comfort, but the easy-to-close clasp makes it great for fast fastening before your yoga or step class.
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