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  Reply # 1996835 16-Apr-2018 10:16
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I've still actively use my Sony Smartwatch 3, as I haven't been able to find an similar alternative, which allows the screen to be removed from the strap.


Does anyone know where I can buy a replacement SW3 strap? Or does anyone have an old SW3 they don't need, or a strap?
My strap is getting a little worn, after wearing it every day.


Or alternatively, is there a more recent android wear watch, that has a removable screen, or can be mounted to a bike?


I remove the screen in my SW3 to take on MTB rides, clipping into a quarter turn (garmin) mount, like this:


I use the 'ghostracer' app on this watch.



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  Reply # 1996883 16-Apr-2018 10:49
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Heaps of straps on eBay. Cheap plastic ones for $5, right up to nice metal ones for $60. My biggest bugbear is that only the plastic ones have 'shoulders' on them to meet the arms of the watch. Leather and metal ones look a bit skinny for my liking.

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