Everyone's wearing their Nano on their wrist nowadays, now you can wear it on a one part 3D printed nano bracelet.

The NANOLET simply wraps around your wrist and fits snugly up to your hand which is perfect for running and everyday use. An alternative to the plethora of nano watches that are around now.

Featured on: Mashable , Cult of Mac , Yanko Design and many more.

Suitable for medium sized wrists. Available in a range of colors

Medium is for a wrist of circumference 165mm - 185mm. The best way to measure your wrist is to wrap a piece of string around your wrist, mark it and then measure it. Maximum wrist size is 190mm.

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IN: 2.756 w x 2.065 d x 1.476 h
CM: 7 w x 5.244 d x 3.75 h


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Can you modify this for a Ipad Nano Shuffle?
January 2, 2014, 1:06 am
This is a great idea, always wanted something like this.
May 24, 2013, 10:37 pm
20/20 !!! Parfait en tout en point ! Le bracelet est magnifique et l'iPod nano y tient parfaitement grace a une barre transversale qu'on ne voit pas sur les photos! Bravo!!! Un bon point pour UPS egalement, livraison aux petits oignons :)
February 22, 2013, 8:03 pm
20/20 !!! Parfait en tout en point ! Le bracelet est magnifique et l'iPod nano y tient parfaitement grâce à une barre transversale qu'on ne voit pas sur les photos! Bravo!! Un bon point pour UPS également, livraison aux petits oignons :)
February 22, 2013, 8:02 pm
I wonder, is there a green colored one? My favorite color is green. :)
January 14, 2013, 6:20 pm
Recieve today! Great design!
September 4, 2012, 10:54 am
I ordered this and it arrived without issue. It works as advertised and feels much like any other bangle-type of bracelet. The iPod stays put and it is secure. I am right handed and wear the Nanolet on my left wrist. They should probably alter the design slightly to allow for people who wear their watches on the right wrist though. In all, a good and well-designed accessory.
August 16, 2012, 2:16 pm
Very clever design. I'd almost get a nano for this, if it were any good.
May 31, 2012, 2:33 pm
Hello! First off I'd like to say, cool design concept. I got the black one and yes the new cross beam does indeed keep the nano from falling out. However, I couldn't find it practical to wear for more than a few minutes because the material felt like sandpaper and too wide for my wrist even though I got the small size. I usually wear watches on my left hand and this feels silly and awkward unless I put it on my right hand. Quite a shame.
May 11, 2012, 11:57 pm
We have modified the design of the Nanolet now with a cross beam in the middle that the iPod nano can snap around. This assures a secure fitting and means the iPod cannot come out of the Nanolet unless the clip is opened on the Nano and removed from around the bar.
April 10, 2012, 5:59 pm
Hi All, With a 5 5/8" wrist I went for the small size. However, I found that the Nanolet was shallow and wide on my wrist and therefore uncomfortable. My Nano also popped out too easily to wear it with any confidence. The design is really cool, but I don't think that the "L" at the end is necessary as it also made the Nanolet more uncomfortable because it pressed into my wrist. The iWatchz has a nice security lock for the Nano that could work on your design without compromising the contemporary look of your Nanolet.
February 18, 2012, 3:28 am
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February 18, 2012, 12:44 am
Hi Guys, Just to address the problems with some iPods falling out. We are constantly updating the model to make sure it holds the iPod as securely as possible. We think we have got to a stage that the iPod doesn't fall out. We're still testing the current one but so far its preforming perfectly. Note that if the Nanolet is too small for you then the material will be under pressure and this can cause the iPod to pop out. We will keep you updated, Thanks to all who have bought one, Curve
February 15, 2012, 7:12 pm
The good: build quality, feels sturdy and finish is pretty much perfect. It has a rough texture to grip and i'm confident the band wont go flying off my wrist. Even after several days, the grippy texture isnt unfomfortable at all. The tension of the band is also spot on, you can tell they've given this product a lot of thought. Great looks and gets tons of attention The bad: mine does not hold the ipod securely; ipod fell to the floor about 6 times the first night I took it out. It's hard to enjoy wearing it if i'm constantly worried about losing the ipod; i left the ipod in my pocket half way through the first night. I ended up using tape to secure it to the bezel which is not ideal for such a minimalistic design Other comments: This is the 2nd nano watch bezel I bought as the 1st one (tik tok) was too big for my wrist. I was pretty excited about this piece since there is a size small. I measured my wrist and found that i'm exactly in the middle between small and medium, the small is a bit too small, i'm afraid the medium will b a bit too big
February 14, 2012, 9:53 pm
Hi, Ben here from CC, I was just out running with the Nanolet this evening and wanted to report on how it performed. I went for a 6k run, using nike plus... Normally I would use Nikeplus on my iPhone so I havn't used the iPod nano much. Usually I would use the iPhone on my arm or in my pocket or even just hold it, and the few times I have used the iPod nano on its own I would clip it onto a pocket. I always find it difficult to check my progress having to look down or try and look at the iPhone on my arm in a sports band. This evening I was actually surprised what a difference it made having the nano and the nike plus info on my wrist! I went out baring in mind what you said in your comment Unravel101 and I wanted to see what was going to happen in an extreme situation such as running through the city. I must say, and I know it seems biased coming from me but I literally didn't have any problem with the nano coming out of the Nanolet, I will be using this combination from now on for my running. Whilst running I realised that if the nano were to come loose the fact that I have headphones running up my sleeve would act as a failsafe. I must ad that that I am using a medium size Nanolet and it is a good fit on my wrist. We are going to observe more over the next while in different usage scenarios and will keep you all updated.
February 1, 2012, 7:44 pm
Hey, sorry, this is unfortunate to hear. We have had no experience like this. The nano should really snap into the nanolet and is held quite snug. Having the wrong size does cause it to not sit flat on the wrist though and perhaps this is effecting what happens when pressure is put on it. I am just testing it now and tapping on mine but it seems pretty secure. We will look into this more, sorry again.
February 1, 2012, 8:47 am
These looks so cool and was excited when it finally arrived. Unfortunately, it doesn't hold the nano securely. If I tap lightly or rubs on one of the curves that holds the nano on the sides, it snaps out right away. I doubt I'll be using this when running or somewhere crowded like in a bus where people can bump into it. I should've bought the small size because it never lays flat on my wrist as it tends to tilt in the direction where the nano is probably because of the weight. So I wind up adjusting it constantly which makes the nano pops out a few times. The solution I came up with is to wear it the opposite way as shown in the picture - the curve logo on the pinkie side instead on the thumb side. That makes it lay flat on top of my wrist at least.
February 1, 2012, 5:11 am
Cool, glad it worked out for you! We'll update the description with it...Be sure to let us know here or on Facebook when you get your Nanolet! :-)
January 25, 2012, 10:29 am
Thanks Curve! I really had no clue that was even possible. I think it might be a good thing as well to put this somewhere in the description about the nanolet or use of the Ipod since I think I'm not the only one. Anyways, I'm super excited to receive my nanolet!
January 25, 2012, 10:22 am
Hi Carlo, thanks for your comment. If you place two fingers on the screen and rotate you can turn the screens orientation anyway up you like which means you can turn the clock face to suit the way the iPod sits in the Nanolet. Let us know if this works for you!
January 25, 2012, 10:04 am
I am wondering... I have ordered one of these now but I noticed that my clock is in a different position and won't change? My clock is just in the normal position but if I want it to be like it's on the pictures here, I should be able to tilt it 90°. How do I do that?
January 25, 2012, 10:01 am
aww man than looks nice. would love to get it.
January 24, 2012, 6:19 pm
Hi Love the Nanolet minimal approach Larger sizes please. My wrist is 230mm As you are printing them should be reasonable easy to scale up Let me know when larger sizes are available
January 19, 2012, 8:29 am
Great product! :)
January 19, 2012, 7:24 am
i m consider what if this produce as polished material. coz we know that strong & flexible is little rough. is it still comfort with strong & flexible materials when wearing?
January 19, 2012, 2:43 am
one of the most stylish add-ons I've seen for the nano so far. Too bad I'm an apple-hater, otherwise I'd consider buying it :)
January 9, 2012, 8:03 pm


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