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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful.
Colorful frame & band look neat from every angle.
By Teel McClanahan III
[[VIDEOID:384b8701bd01b95f68b7cc4e81e9a267]]I saw the Colorful Frame and matching Colorful Milanese Loop and was immediately intrigued—I love the rainbow effect I've seen on other stainless steel products, and was wondering how great it would look on MoKo's Fitbit accessories; sometimes the color (on other products) turns out to be painted on rather than properly heat-treated, so you don't get the cool color-changes-with-the-angle appearance. I emailed the seller to ask about this and they offered to send me one to see for myself, in exchange for an honest review.
Honestly: It's awesome. See the attached video, where you can see the color changing on the band and frame for yourself. Purples, teals, yellows, greens, all shifting in the light. I'm very happy with the appearance.
Additionally, the frame and bands were easy to put together with the pins provided (along with some extras) in a matter of seconds, and my Fitbit Blaze fits in the frame as well as any third-party frame I've tried. The buttons have that extra "clickiness" that my other third party frames have, which I prefer over the buttons on the original frame. The magnet in the band is very strong and, along with the texture of the milanese loop itself, holds the watch to my wrist better than other bands I've tried.
I've only been wearing it for a couple of hours (and I'll update if I have any further insights), but I think this may be my new primary "casual" watch band.
EDIT (August 2016): I have also received this same band in SILVER (i.e.: uncolored stainless steel) among some other product samples, and wanted to review it separately, as wearing the Silver Milanese Loop is very different from the Colorful/rainbow one:
The silver band (which I'm wearing with the silver frame that came with my Fitbit Blaze) takes my fitness tracker to a whole new level. For several weeks I've been wearing my Fitbit Blaze exclusively in bright colors like Fitbit's Plum and Moko's Colorful/rainbow, which feels very casual and fun. Within minutes of putting on the all-silver band and frame, suddenly a high-end, professional watch was on my arm. I felt classier and sat up straighter, just having it in my peripheral vision. It's off-season, but I look forward to wearing MoKo's Silver Milanese Loop to the Phoenix Symphony and other formal events I attend in the future; unlike the plastic bands of most trackers or the jewelry looks of much of the accessories and trackers aimed at the fashion-conscious, simply adding this band brought my Fitbit Blaze up from "fitness tracker" to "Men's Watch".
I will continue to wear the great Colorful band for most of my casual time, but the Silver band is now my go-to formal wear option. I've attached a photo or three to show how nice the Silver looks. No obvious wear or discoloration or adverse skin reactions after several (sweaty; it's summer in Phoenix—the mesh of the Milanese Loop is better than the silicone bands, but there's definitely still been plenty of sweat) days of use. The magnets are satisfyingly strong. I will update this review if anything crops up, but these look like great accessories.
12 of 12 people found the following review helpful.
My first blaze band! Great fit and quality!
By Nghia Nguyen
Band came as described, good fit and easy installation! You get 4 pins in total just in case you lose some for the clips. Overall quality is superb. I have no complaints. I have both the stainless steel band and black magnet band. both fits peferectly.
10 of 10 people found the following review helpful. See all 332 customer reviews...
Not too shabby
By N. S.
While I just put this on my Blaze, it seems to be very well made and comfortable to wear. Was nervous that it would pinch my arm hair, but so far, so good. The pins fit fine and the magnet is plenty strong to hold it in place. The only knock I have, and its for this style of band not this particular manufacturer, is that it's hard to get the length just right when you put it on. It requires fidgeting with the magnet so that the watch is on comfortably without being too tight or too loose, but you do get used to this after a few days.