40-mm Gold Milanese Loop

  • A$229.00
  • Colour - Gold
    Case Size
    Band Size
  • Fits 130- to 180-millimetre wrists.
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  • Overview

    A modern interpretation of a design developed in Milan at the end of the 19th century. Woven on specialised Italian machines, the smooth stainless steel mesh wraps fluidly around your wrist. And because it’s fully magnetic, the Milanese Loop is infinitely adjustable, ensuring a perfect fit.

    What’s in the Box

    Apple Watch Milanese Loop strap*

    Tech Specs

    Material: Stainless Steel

  • Watch Models

  • 3.5 Average
    3 out of 5 stars
    Number of stars Percentage Number of reviews
    • 1.0 out of 5 stars

      Milanese loop is faulty

      Just purchased new 40mm stainless with gold milanese loop. The band falls out of the bracket that slides on watch causing the watch to fall. My 38mm watch with Just purchased new 40mm stainless with gold milanese loop. The band falls out of the bracket that slides on watch causing the watch to fall. My 38mm watch with the same type of band does not. The magnet end can't come out. This new one does and is a very dangerous flaw in design. I don't want my watch to keep falling every time I take it off.

      • Written by Ronald P from Fulton

      93 of 125 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Milanese loop is faulty

    • 5.0 out of 5 stars

      Love it! Slightly Different from Previous Milanese Loop Bands

      I've had the silver Milanese loop since the first Apple Watch was released. Just upgraded to the series 4 gold with gold Milanese loop band. The color is more o I've had the silver Milanese loop since the first Apple Watch was released. Just upgraded to the series 4 gold with gold Milanese loop band. The color is more of a rose gold / copper, rather than a traditional gold, which I love because it is less flashy and more subtle. It's the best looking watch band I've had, and the magnetic clasp is surprisingly effective at holding the watch snug. I thought I'd have to re-tighten the band frequently throughout the day, but I don't. On rare occasions, if doing something that involves a lot of arm motion (like an aerobic workout), it might need a slight readjustment to put it back to the desired tightness. One key difference between the old and new Milanese loops is that, when the magnetic clasp is unattached, the strap can be pulled completely out of the opposite side. As other reviewers have mentioned, this is likely so that the watch can be laid flat on a charging mat without needing to remove the band completely. The downside to this convenience is that you want to be a little careful when completely opening the magnetic clasp so that your watch doesn't fall completely off your wrist. It's unlikely to happen even when unattached, but for those who have had the previous Milanese loops, you'll not want to be too cavalier about pulling the watch off your hand.

      • Written by Christopher D from Cambridge

      39 of 39 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Love it! Slightly Different from Previous Milanese Loop Bands

    • 5.0 out of 5 stars

      Milanese Loop Is Not Faulty

      I'm sure the new design is to accommodate compatibility with the air power charging pad and other similar charge devices. Its still the same good looking Milane I'm sure the new design is to accommodate compatibility with the air power charging pad and other similar charge devices. Its still the same good looking Milanese Loop.

      • Written by Willie C from Kennedale

      45 of 60 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Milanese Loop Is Not Faulty

    • 1.0 out of 5 stars

      Terrible! gets knocked loose so it can slip off of your wrist, and WORSE

      The end of the loop just slips out of the end when you go to loosen the watch to take it off! The watch just fell off of my wrist!!!! I have had the first The end of the loop just slips out of the end when you go to loosen the watch to take it off! The watch just fell off of my wrist!!!! I have had the first gen stainless milanese loop with my first apple watch, the ceramic 2nd gen one came with a plastic loop. This is way worse in quality than my first gen version. The plastic that came with gen 2 ceramic edition was too hot and sweaty. The magnet is weak weak weak! It keeps slipping loose in the middle of a workout. I don't want to change bands all the time.

      • Written by SUDHA N from Saratoga

      4 of 4 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Terrible! gets knocked loose so it can slip off of your wrist, and WORSE

    • 3.0 out of 5 stars

      Weak magnet

      It’s beautiful, but the magnet is significantly less powerful than my original silver band from the original Watch. Based on this and other Apple products I thi It’s beautiful, but the magnet is significantly less powerful than my original silver band from the original Watch. Based on this and other Apple products I think it’s clear that people in Cupertino don’t wear long sleeved shirts all that often. :-)

      • Written by Frode H from London

      12 of 13 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Weak magnet

    • 5.0 out of 5 stars

      Love it! Slightly Different from Previous Milanese Loop Bands

      I've had the silver Milanese loop since the first Apple Watch was released. Just upgraded to the series 4 gold with gold Milanese loop band. The color is more o I've had the silver Milanese loop since the first Apple Watch was released. Just upgraded to the series 4 gold with gold Milanese loop band. The color is more of a rose gold / copper, rather than a traditional gold, which I love because it is less flashy and more subtle. It's the best looking watch band I've had, and the magnetic clasp is surprisingly effective at holding the watch snug. I thought I'd have to re-tighten the band frequently throughout the day, but I don't. On rare occasions, if doing something that involves a lot of arm motion (like an aerobic workout), it might need a slight readjustment to put it back to the desired tightness. One key difference between the old and new Milanese loops is that, when the magnetic clasp is unattached, the strap can be pulled completely out of the opposite side. As other reviewers have mentioned, this is likely so that the watch can be laid flat on a charging mat without needing to remove the band completely. The downside to this convenience is that you want to be a little careful when completely opening the magnetic clasp so that your watch doesn't fall completely off your wrist. It's unlikely to happen even when unattached, but for those who have had the previous Milanese loops, you'll not want to be too cavalier about pulling the watch off your hand.

      • Written by Christopher D from Cambridge

      39 of 39 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Love it! Slightly Different from Previous Milanese Loop Bands

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