Buying a new band for your Fitbit Blaze is a matter of personal choice. The look, feel, and materials used are all things you'll likely consider. There are plenty of options available to you if you're looking to ditch the standard silicone band that came with your purchase.

Fitbit official bands

Fitbit offers a couple of different high-quality band styles for the Blaze, so it only makes sense to start here.

Fitbit Classic band

Fitbit Blaze Classic band

If you love the look and feel of the classic silicone band that comes with the Fitbit Blaze, you can easily purchase more of them directly from Fitbit. They come in black, blue, and plum colors, and cost around $30.

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Fitbit Blaze leather band

Fitbit Blaze leather band

The leather band for the Fitbit Blaze has a classic and clean look. The leather is soft and should irritate. It is made from genuine leather; you can be assured it won't fall apart on you. As with most leather bands, it takes a little bit of time to break in and fit your wrist perfectly. The Fitbit leather band comes in three colors: black, camel, and misty grey for around $30.

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Fitbit Blaze metal link band

Fitbit Blaze metal link band

Fitbit's metal link band is made entirely out of stainless steel and has adjustable links to ensure you always get the right fit. This band will give your Blaze a fresh and stylish look. It is important to note Fitbit recommends you don't use this band for workouts. This is a band to buy if you enjoy wearing your Fitbit 24/7 and want to show off your flashy fashion sense when you're not getting sweaty at the gym. It costs about $130.

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Third-party bands for the Fitbit Blaze

There are plenty of different bands to choose from that are made by other manufacturers and offer a unique look for your FitBit Blaze. If you want to stand out in a crowd of "Blazers," these bands might be more your style.

Henoda Fitbit Blaze silicone band

Henoda Fitbit Blaze silicone band

You may be wondering why we would suggest something so similar to the band that comes with the Blaze upon purchase, and mainly it's because of the wide color selection. Silicone bands are the best bands to do workouts with, so having a few different colors to choose from can't hurt.

If you find your original silicone band has succumbed to wear and tear, then picking up the Henoda for around $7 is a great option that won't break the bank! The steel frame is not included.

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Oitom Milanese stainless steel loop band

Oitom Milanese stainless steel loop band

A different take on a classic metal band style, this stainless steel mesh attaches with a magnet making it easy to put on and take off. The mesh includes a water-resistant coating to ensure that minor sweating won't tarnish it. Running a marathon isn't a viable option, but a short jog to the corner store shouldn't be a problem. You can get it in a variety of colors, including stainless steel, rose gold, black, and blue, without a FitBit Blaze frame for around $16, or with a frame for $18.

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Which band are you using?

Which band do you use for your Fitbit Blaze? Tell us in the comment section below!

Update March 2018: These are still our favorite watch band for your Fitbit Blaze.

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