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New iWatchz iPod nano(R) Watch Strap Collections Available in North American Apple Stores on April 19th(April 18, 2011)
(Vocus/PRWEB) April 18, 2011
iWatchz announced today that their two new iPod nano watch strap collections, Carbon and Timepiece, will be available for purchase in North American Apple stores on April 19th. The collections feature versatile colors and styles that can go from the boardroom to the boardwalk in three simple steps: Press, Slide, Click.
The Carbon and Timepiece Collections join the iWatchz Q Collection that rapidly ascended to the top spot in the new market of iPod nano® watchbands when it launched in November 2010. The iWatchz Carbon Collection features a high end black leather wrist strap with a carbon fiber look, paired with a black anodized and blasted aluminum iWatchz clip system. The iWatchz Timepiece Collection is sleek and fashionable, pairing a leather wrist strap with a beautiful, polished stainless-steel iWatchz clip system. A stainless-steel deployment buckle completes this unique band adding comfort and durability for the wearer.
Consumers can purchase the new iWatchz Carbon and Timepiece collections at North American Apple stores beginning April 19th. A list of Apple retail locations can be found online at http://www.apple.com/retail/storelist/.
Founded in September 2010, iWatchz developed and engineered their patent pending clip system, and stylish watch straps, for use with the Apple iPod nano®. Their passion is to design fashionable and functional products for the discerning consumer. For more information, please visit http://www.iwatchz.com.
Alecia J. Shaver
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