Sixth-generation iPod Nano accessory maker iWatchz — whose patent-pending design uses the clip of the iPod nano to secure the device in a watchband and use it as a timepiece alongside its other functions — has revealed two new designs, the Carbon Collection and the Jelly Collection, that will join its current Q Collection in February at Apple Stores nationwide as well as on Apple.com, leading iOS accessory retailers and directly from iWatchz’s website.
The Jelly collection features translucent, brightly-colored silicon watchbands with matching “nanoclipz” system available in pink, orange, red, green, blue, white and grey.
The Carbon collection uses a matte-black aluminum nanoclipz, and a carbon watchband accented with colored stitching (available in six colors, including orange, blue, pink, red, green and white) on a black band. All the designs point the nano’s headphone jack back towards the user, avoiding wire clutter and making it possible to “thread” the headphone cord into the sleeve of garments.
The Jelly watchbands sell for $25, while the Carbon watchbands retail for $50. The Q Collection is available now, with the others coming next month