Motorola claims that the Moto 360 should fit any standard 22 mm wristband.
That said, the included instructions tell us replacing the band, or adjusting a metal band requires "specialized tools" and the skills of a jeweler. We had no trouble with our trusty tweezers.
AnandTech reports that "New RF techniques were also used to make custom metal wristbands that don’t interfere with the antennas of the watch itself", implying that third-party metal wristbands may cause interference.
Looks like users hoping for a classy metal band will have to wait for the official fall release, or risk spotty connectivity.
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