7 Reasons You'll Love The Caiman Series Genuine Leather Apple Watch Bands

By Greg King — Jun. 23rd 2019 6:00 am PT

There still doesn't seem to exist any serious option for Apple Watch owners who enjoy the benefits of their smartwatch but miss the class and style of a classic luxury timepiece and the gorgeous genuine leather bands that accompany them. That, of course, was until Longvadon's Caiman Series bands came along...

A collection of high quality, crocodile embossed, genuine bovine leather bands with an elegant & secure 'butterfly' clasp and soft suede lining - these bands quickly stand out from the countless cheap & poor quality options out there, without a price tag that'll cost you a fortune the way Apple's partner bands do.

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    They genuinely transform your Apple Watch from a small "wrist computer" into a stylish luxury timepiece.

    You can tell that the Caiman Series Apple Watch bands were carefully designed to the tiniest detail by themselves in Europe. From the specific crocodile pattern leather - to the soft suede lining, every fraction of an inch in thickness and width has been custom designed to effortlessly turn your Apple Watch into a true style statement.

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    All bands come with an elegant & secure butterfly clasp.

    If you look at actual luxury leather bands used on traditional ultra high-end watches such as a Patek Philippe, a Jaeger-LeCoultre or a Rolex then you'll quickly see that they all use deployant clasps instead of regular Ardillon buckles for their added security and elegance. Therefore each Caiman Series band comes with a gorgeous stainless steel butterfly clasp.

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    Available for Him & for Her.

    Not only do the Caiman Series bands come in a large variety of gorgeous leather colors and shades with stainless steel finishes to complement all of the different Apple Watch finishes, but there's even a larger and thicker Men's collection and a thinner more elegant Womens's collection as well.

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    The ultra-soft suede lining and bendy padding make them extremely comfortable to wear.

    Each Longvadon band comes with an ultra-soft genuine bovine suede leather lining on the inner side of the band that's facing your skin - guaranteeing a comfortable all-day wear. On top of that the padding has been specifically selected to be bendy and help the band conform to your wrist as you wear the band in.

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    Made of carefully selected 100% genuine Top Grain bovine (cowskin) leather.

    Most Apple Watch bands out there are made of either PU Lether (fake) or Split or Bonded leather which refers to the less durable, lower layers of a split animal hide. The upper layers of a split hide are called Top and Full Grain as they are closer to the actual surface of the hide and have significantly denser fibers that are tightly "woven" together. This makes them a lot more durable while also allowing the leather to acquire a beautiful patina over time. All Caiman Series bands use Top Grain leather as opposed to the cheaper Split, Bonded or PU (fake) leather options.

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    It was started by watch enthusiasts with real experience in the watch industry.

    Longvadon was founded by a couple of French brothers with a real passion for watches. As one of them; Robin, had just sold a watch company he'd been part of founding and was looking for a new project to take on, he convinced his photographer/filmmaker brother Sebastian who'd also worked on their previous watch brand to join him and together they headed down to the French Riviera and created Longvadon.

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    A true luxury product - at a reasonable price.

    The hallmarks of a true lxury buying experience are high quality, above & beyond customer service and an attention to detail. From their quick & free (tracked) shipping, to the luxurious unboxing experience, to Longvadon's above and beyond customer service - the Caiman Series bands are by every measure an absolute steal at only $79 a pair.

Ready to transform your Apple Watch into a luxury timepiece with a Caiman Series leather band by Longvadon?