College Freshman Launches Click, the First Watch Band Adapter for Apple Watch, on Kickstarter and Funds in One Day

Click is an easy-to-install adapter that allows consumers to attach any 22mm watch band to Apple Watches

ROCHESTER, N.Y., March 26, 2015 — (PRNewswire) —


ROCHESTER, N.Y., March 26, 2015 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Last week, Click began funding on Kickstarter. Click is a patent-pending watch band adapter that is designed specifically for Apple Watch. The project quickly surpassed its original goal of $30,000 and has raised over $52,000 to date.

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Click is designed using durable polymer material, that has been calibrated to precisely match Apple Watch's colors, and anodized aluminum that is designed to look and feel exactly like an Apple Watch.

Brandon Hudson, a college freshman from Rochester, NY, began developing Click after watching an Apple Media event in his dorm room at school. He immediately began recruiting other engineers from his classes and got to work.

"I love the idea of the Apple Watch, but I also like the look and feel of my personal watch bands," said Click creator Brandon Hudson. "I figured that a lot of other people probably felt the same way, which is why I created Click. It lets you enjoy all of the Apple Watch features without compromising your taste and personal style."

Click has been designed to fit virtually any standard watch pin style including spring bars, T-bars and quick-release bars. It seamlessly connects with Apple Watch, allowing for more functionality. Click also locks into place so that the watch is secure when worn. Some of its unique features include:

  • Two sizes, Click 38 and Click 42, designed to fit both Apple Watch models

  • Four finishes to match every Apple Watch color

  • The ability to change out custom watch bands with the push of a button

Click is currently available on Kickstarter for only $30. Backers will receive not only two Click adapters, but also their choice of a unique band. Visit before April 17 to contribute to the campaign and be among the first consumers to own a Click adaptor.


Click was developed by SevenSixteen LLC- a young, energetic team based in Rochester, New York that is seeking to reinvent the way people think about the Apple Watch. Through rapid innovation and a drive for perfection, they are seeking to customize the Apple Watch for every single consumer. For more information, visit

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