You love your Fitbit Ionic, but be honest: sometimes you look at the watch band and you're kinda like…
If you're looking for a replacement for your Fitbit Ionic, then look no further! Here are some of the best band replacements out there.
- SKYLET Soft Silicone Wristband
- Hooroor Mesh Loop Milanese Band
- KingAcc Soft Accessory Replacement Band
- CAGOS Genuine Leather Band Strap
- VODKE Soft Silicone Replacement Sports Band
SKYLET Soft Silicone Wristband
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The included watch band that comes with the Ionic is a great all-purpose option, but if you want something that's better-suited for the gym or a long run, look no further than what SKYLET is selling.
These sports bands look identical to Fitbit's official ones, but they only cost $12 as opposed to $30. The bands come in a variety of colors, including blue/yellow, red/black, orange/gray, and even the navy blue/white style that Fitbit keeps exclusive for the Adidas Edition Ionic.
You can choose between small and large sizes, the aluminum buckle is incredibly sturdy, and the connection feels secure no matter how intense of a sweat you're breaking.
Hooroor Mesh Loop Milanese Band
When you're done at the gym and want to give your Ionic a bit more class, one of my favorite picks is the Hooroor Mesh Loop Milanese Band. The magnetic clasp makes it easy to get the perfect fit and the choice between a small and large band is always appreciated.
Hooroor has a number of colors to choose from, such as black, gray, rose gold, and silver, and there are even some options that come with diamonds on either end for even more bling.
For just a little more than $12 for one without the diamonds, there's not much to complain about here.
KingAcc Soft Accessory Replacement Band
Like the style of the Ionic's included band but wish it had a bit more pop? That's where KingAcc steps in. KingAcc's essentially recreated the Ionic's watch band, injected it with a lot more color, and decided to sell it at a much lower price.
The band's pretty much identical to Fitbit's official one, and while some of the edges may be slightly rougher, it still looks and feels great whether you're going on a brisk walk or running errands around town.
I opted for the red variant, but KingAcc also sells it in brown, green, purple, white, pink, and more.
CAGOS Genuine Leather Band Strap
If you're still wanting to dress up your Ionic but the Milanese band from above isn't your cup of tea, perhaps you'll be more drawn to CAGOS's leather bands. Available in cognac brown, black, dark blue, white, and pink, these genuine leather bands look downright awesome.
Along with the good looks, the perforated design keeps it nice and breathable while the metal clasp keeps it snug on your wrist at all times.
CAGOS offers a lifetime warranty for all of its products, and while the price of $15-$18 based on which style you choose is a tad more expensive than the other bands on this list, that's still much cheaper than Fitbit's $60 option.
VODKE Soft Silicone Replacement Sports Band
Last but certaintly not least, VODKE's got another great option if you're in the market for a sports band and want to mimic the look of the Apple Watch's Nike Sport Band.
The unique clasp offers a very secure fit, and the various holes all along the band keep it lightweight and breathable no matter what kind of exercise you're doing.
Add this together with a waterproof design, various color options, and a price tag of about $11, and you've got a winner on your hands (er, wrist).
What's your top Ionic band replacement?
Is there a third-party Fitbit Ionic watch band replacement that I missed?
Let me know what your top bands are in the comments below and I'll be sure to check them out and add them to this list!
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