Apple's Sport Loop Band style was introduced last year with Apple Watch Series 3. This year, the Apple Watch Nike + version presents a new twist on the soft hook-and-loop belt strap: reflective yarn. So how does the new reflective Sport Loop work for nightcams?
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Nike Sport Loop is now available in two colors, White and Black Summit, and both are exclusively sold with the new Series 4 version of Apple Watch Nike +. You can buy Nike Sport tapes and older Nike Sport Loop tapes, but you can not purchase the new reflective thread versions separately yet.
Apple usually creates new Nike versions of Apple Watch tapes that can be purchased on their own about six months after
What does the wrist look like? With and without easy comparisons caught around the sunrise using iPhone flash:
The Nike version of the Sport band used perforations to improve the rhythm of runners, but the original Nike version of the Sport Loop band used only colors to distinguish from regular sports loops.
It is smart to present reflective thread details for runners to improve visibility in low light. The shelf and loop closure makes it infinitely adjustable, allowing you to easily tighten it for a run and loosen it during everyday use. The reflective details are only dramatic when it comes into contact with a light source, so it will not stand out too much away from headlights and camera shreds.
As security Goals for driving at night, the reflective thread is definitely useful, but the strap is a small measure to make you visible to drivers. I often drive at night with the flashing flashlight feature enabled on Apple Watch, but it's just an additional security measure in addition to someone else.
The new Nike Sport Loop is a smart touch on the strap and can be one more way to improve visibility at night, but always make sure to have bigger reflective targets like bracelets and bracelets and use LED lights and lights to maximize visibility to drivers and enhance your own vision.
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