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ALOR to Launch Cable Band for the Apple Watch

The watch bands is debuting at the Couture Show in Las Vegas from June 9-12, 2022.




ALOR to Launch Cable Band for the Apple Watch

(PRESS RELEASE) SAN DIEGO, CA — ALOR, renowned for its creation of cable jewelry, will launch a cable band made exclusively for the Apple watch. The watch bands will make their debut during the Couture Show in Las Vegas from June 9-12, 2022. ALOR will be exhibiting at Couture on the main floor in Salon 828.

The bands will have two different size versions, an 8-row and a 10-row version. Each version of the bands will have a combination of 2.5mm and 2mm cables. The 8-row version will fit Apple watch cases in size from 38mm to 42 mm and the 10-row version will fit 42mm – 45mm Apple cases.

Additionally, customers will have the opportunity to really spruce up their Apple watch look, as ALOR will also release a diamond version of both bands. In the initial launch the bands will come in the following colors: Grey, Black, Rose or two toned yellow and grey. All the bands are stainless steel cable.

“We are very excited to be able bring our iconic cable jewelry look to the world of Apple,” said Ori Zemer, president of ALOR. “Cable is the DNA of ALOR. To be able to marry our unique and identifiable cable designs with one of the most sought-after brands in the world is something we are very proud of.”

The ALOR cable watch bands made for Apple will have an adjustable double deployment buckle and will retail from $325.00 – $375.00 for the non-diamond versions, and $895 – $1,295 for the diamond versions. The ALOR cable watch bands are due to be delivered to retailers in the late Summer/Early Fall of 2022.




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