Watch My Nano…Transform your 6th generation iPod nano into a wristwatch!!

Macworld Australia Staff
12 October, 2010
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iWorld Australia and Watch My Nano sign exclusive distribution agreement for Australia and New Zealand

(October 12, 2010) iWorld Australia is excited to announce that it has teamed up with Watch My Nano, becoming the exclusive distributor in Australia and New Zealand of Dievas-brand watchbands, watchbands that transform the 6th generation iPod nano into a wristwatch.

The watchbands are the perfect fit for the 6th generation iPod nano.  The iPod nano, which includes an option to display a clock face, clips right onto the  watchband, turning the iPod nano into a wristwatch, as well as providing a secure place to carry the iPod nano.  In addition to the clock face feature, the iPod nano is also equipped with a timer, stopwatch, pedometer and, of course, a music player, all very convenient features to access when the iPod nano is secured to your wrist. The watchbands come in a wide variety of colors and are made from high quality nylon and stainless steel hardware. They also come with an extra flap that rests behind the iPod nano, so the iPod nano is not resting on your wrist.

About iWorld Australia

iWorld Australia  leads the way in Australia and New Zealand by outfitting your digital lifestyle with the best and brightest accessories, and they have done it again by teaming up Watch My Nano, bringing you the most innovative, convenient and stylish way to transform your 6th generation iPod nano into a watch!

About Watch My Nano

Upon introduction of the 6th generation iPod Nano to the marketplace, the need for a stylish watchband accessory for it became obvious.  Watch My Nano searched the globe for the perfect watchband for the iPod Nano and found it.  Watch My Nano looks forward to dominating the accessory market for the iPod Nano as Apple keeps adding dual and triple use features to its existing products.

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