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[* black] Before laying it out on the chopping block, we'll try something non-destructive: removing the band.
[* icon_note] Pressing this button on the back case releases the spring-loaded metal peg in the band. Then, out it slides.
[* black] If you're looking forward to swapping out bands, there's not much to it, physically. However, Apple would prefer that you only use bands [http://www.macrumors.com/2015/04/22/apple-band-only-apple-watch-exchanges/|from the same collection|new_window=true]. No Link Bracelets on your Sport watchWatch Sport, please.
[* black] If you're looking forward to swapping out bands, there's not much to it, physically. However, Apple would prefer that you only use bands [http://www.macrumors.com/2015/04/22/apple-band-only-apple-watch-exchanges/|from the same collection|new_window=true]. No Link Bracelets on your Sport watchWatch Sport, please.
[* black] The Sport Band is all plastic—or, more accurately, [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Elastomer|elastomer|new_window=true]—with no metal on the end.
[* black] Assembled in China!