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- Sep 8, 2006
It was mentioned they were looking into making this awhile back...
Longer bands for the Vital Bracelet will be sold in black to make them more comfortable to use for those were larger wrists.
The replacement bands will be 2cm longer than the stock band, adding 3 notches, which should wrists from about 16cm to 21cm.
The new band pieces will only come in black, but can be used on any of the Vital Bracelet models (it requires a precision screwdriver to replace.) It includes both the top and bottom band portions so you can make sure it matches on your Vital Bracelet.
Pre-orders open in a few minutes at Premium Bandai for 660 yen. They close pre-orders on April 29th and they ship in August.
And don't forget...
DigiNavi is later today, with recent details here. Plus the Vital Bracelet is out tomorrow in Japan!
Various recent Vital Bracelet links from WtW:
Black & White versions & Dim Card Pre-orders
version Special Pre-orders & Info
version Special Pre-order change
New Digimon & Training Methods from MonMon Memo
March V-Jump Updates- Shadow Howl Dim, more sprites, etc.
DigiNavi Headline January Details
Shadow Howl Dim Giveaway Info, Pulsemon Promo Card, & More Vital Bracelet Update
Vital Bracelet Ad
Vital Bracelet Preview Videos from V-Jump
April V-Jump Updates- Various Previews
More Vital Bracelet Preview Videos from V-Jump
Vital Bracelet Everyday Usage Photos,
App & Dim Card Info from DigiNavi
'Vintage Style' Vital Bracelet Ad
Volume 2 Dim, Better Images & Info
US Release Details
Vital Bracelet Ad & Website Update Shows Off Evolution Requirements and Dim Cards
App out in Japan
Dim Card Evolution Charts
If you want to import it...
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