Apple Watch Ocean Straps

Apple Watch Sport Straps

Our Apple Watch Ocean Band is moulded in a high-performance Silicones with a tubular geometry allowing it to stretch for a perfect fit, even over a wetsuit. The corrosion-resistant titanium buckle and adjustable loop secure the strap during high-speed water sports.

If You're Unsure Of Your Apple Model & Case Size

If you're unsure about which model of Apple Watch you have and which case size your watch features then you can check the back of your watch as this image illustrates in order to be certain that you're buying the correct replacement Apple Watch strap.

What Size Do I Need - Apple Strap

Which Material Apple Watch Straps  Do You Supply

We have the following Apple Watch Ocean bands:

  • Yellow
  • Orange

Each band comes in two different widths: one watch strap size that fits Apple watches with a watch face of 38mm / 40mm / 41mm & another watch strap size that fits Apple watches with a watch face size of 42mm / 44mm / 45mm / 49mm.

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Why Should I Buy From You?

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How Hard Is It To Replace An Apple Watch Strap?


Replacing an Apple Watch Ocean Band is a straightforward process that can typically be done in just a few minutes. Here’s a step-by-step guide to help you replace the band:

Materials Needed:


  1. Prepare Your Workspace:

    • Find a clean, flat surface to work on to avoid losing any small parts.
    • Make sure your Apple Watch is turned off to prevent any accidental inputs.
  2. Remove the Old Band:

    • Locate the two band release buttons on the back of the Apple Watch. They are small, rectangular buttons situated where the band connects to the watch.
    • Press and hold one of the band release buttons.
    • While holding the button, slide the band to the side to remove it. It should slide out easily.
    • Repeat this process for the other half of the band.
  3. Attach the New Band:

    • Take one half of the new Apple Watch Ocean Band.
    • Align it with the corresponding slot on the watch. The band should be positioned so that the side with the longer end (buckle side) is on the top, and the shorter end is on the bottom.
    • Slide the band into the slot until you hear a click, indicating it is securely in place.
    • Repeat this process for the other half of the band.


  • Ensure the new band is oriented correctly. Most bands have a designated top and bottom, and it should be evident from the design.
  • If you are having trouble sliding the old band out or the new band in, double-check that you are pressing the release button fully.


Replacing an Apple Watch Ocean Band is designed to be user-friendly, requiring no special tools. As long as you follow the steps carefully, you should be able to replace the band without any issues.

What If I Fail At The Repair?

We can guarantee you that you will have absolutely no issues replacing your Apple strap as the process really is that simple. If you're having issues, feel free to drop us an email and we'll see if we can figure out your issue together.