While, arguably, HEX was first to market with their rubber sports band for the iPod Nano, they are now inexplicably creating more iPod watch bands for the millions of people out there who want to reduce the overall functionality of both their watch and their iPod in one fell swoop. The bands come in metal and leather and top out at $69 for a stainless-steel model.
I do believe it’s important to note, however, that Snoop Dogg thinks these things are “off tha chain” and he also believes that they are “goinn hard Uhearme,” a ringing endorsement if I’ve ever heard one. If Mr. Broadus thinks these things are legit (barring the obvious money he got for the endorsement) who are we to argue?
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