Those that are still hanging on dearly to their now unsupported Microsoft Bands have found a perfect solution to keep the wearable running even after the expected tears, gashes, and rips start to appear.
Sugru Moldable Glue is a self-setting rubber adhesive. With the Microsoft Band completely unsupported and most now out of warranty, there’s not reason not to use something like Sugru – i.e., you can’t void a warranty that’s no longer in effect.
- Self-setting rubber, formed by hand and cures at room temperature overnight
- Self-adhesive – bonds to aluminum, steel, ceramics, glass, wood and some fabrics. Removable from most non-porous surfaces
- Waterproof, UV resistant, electrically insulating and dishwasher proof when cured
- Bendable to any color and temperature resistant from -58 to +356 degrees Fahrenheit
You can snag a pack of 8 from Amazon for around $22 and it comes in multiple colors: Sugru Moldable Glue
Incidentally, the Microsoft Band isn’t the only wearable to buckle under use, so this compound may work for Fitbit and others.
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