Luna Tik Nano 6th gen Watch band


Ok, so you’re a watch fanatic right?! You love watches and like to sport the sickest new styles and colors. Well this one has to be one of the best. This is the Luna Tik, it’s made from CNC’d aircraft grade aluminum and is designed specifically for the 6th and 7th gen iPod nano. Luna Tik is available in Blacked out, Sliver, Red and Camo colors. The main body is aluminum and the watch band is made of compression molded high-grade silicone rubber and has a anti-dust coating.

As a watch fanatic myself, I think this is a great product and not just for the watch feature. It’s great because you can have access to you music and you don’t need another idevice with you to listen to. I also think this is great because you also don’t need a case for it either you can just mount it in the watch casing slap it on your wrist and off you go. It’s great at the gym when you don’t want to be bothered if your listening to music on your iPhone. You can leave the phone somewhere else.

I have had the opportunity to use Luna Tik for a several months and I completely love it. Check it out at LunaTik.com

 

Here is a little instructional on how to install the iPod into the Luna Tik band.

 

Packaging

Here is what comes in the box

after you remove the two small screws from the side of the casing and separate it…

slide in the Nano then slide the other half of case back on,

install the to screws where you removed them from,

and set up the watch face in the settings menu of the Nano.

here are the 16 new watch faces that are included in the newest update…

 

-ElectricSproket

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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2 Comments on “Luna Tik Nano 6th gen Watch band”

  1. Rosamaria Hartgrove October 8, 2011 at 5:24 am #

    thx, will check back soon, have bookmarked you for now.

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