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Anyone else long for their 6th Generation iPod Nano on a watchband like I do. I only miss it for two reasons.

1. Watch faces were very cool and diverse.

2. Larger size is much preferred by me.

Otherwise, the obvious multitude of features of the Apple Watch are much better but I do like to strap on the Nano once a season just for nostalgia's sake.
 

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I remember trying my 6th Gen iPod on a strap for a couple days. The first time I washed my hands, though, I realized that having a non-waterproof gadget on my wrist wasn't going to work.

Did it have Bluetooth, too? I started wearing it on my upper arm with an armband instead (an extra bonus of the clip's versatility) so that the earphone cord had a shorter route.

I loved the little iPod as an iPod (the clip made it easy to attach anywhere, and it was the smallest one with a screen, too) but not as a watch (not waterproof, no tilt-to-wake). I've opined before that Cook/Schiller/Ive noticed how useful it could be as a bona fide smartwatch and then killed it to start Watch development.
 

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