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Check the time from the back of your hand with the ErgonBand

Gadget User Rating 5

Have you found it difficult to angle your watch at just the right spot to always view it quickly and efficiently?

There has been a new watch band made to fix this very problem, the ErgonBand. The ErgonBand has many fits for all watches you can get, from your large face Guess dress watches, to your Garmin sport or your Apple and Samsung smartwatches. There is a band for everyone. Made out of premium leather and fitted around your thumb and hand, you’ll never have to move your arm again to look at the time, or check your stats. Your watch will now always be at a perfect viewing angle at all times. Not only is the watch in perfect viewing angle, but there are also many benefits that put this additional watch band above all others.

Key Features

Due to its angle, you can stay completely focused on the road. Take cyclists, for example, constantly twisting your arm to check the time takes focus away from other road distractions.

Many of our watches get hidden under long sleeves and the bottom of gloves and take time away from what we are doing just to see the time. As these bands are glove-friendly and sit on top of our hands, the worry about pulling up clothes to see the time is well and gone.

As a minimalistic design of simple leather and the face of your watch, the ErgonBand is smart and stylish, allowing you to go about your day while your band matches everything you own.

Our Final Opinion on this Gadget

There are many watches both digital, smart, and analog on the market but there are limited options for watch bands. With the ErgonBand, you’ll have everything you need at easy grasp.

Hayley Ianna

When not spending her time reading comics and working on her new cosplay, Hayley Ianna enjoys trying out the latest gadgets to make any part of her life better, which also gives her a reason to review them for all to see. Professional and Creative Writer from Deakin University.