Affinity Bands expands Apple Watch collection with Peanuts, Betty Boop, USPS

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in General Discussion edited December 2022
Affinity Bands has launched six new designs for iPhone, Apple Watch, and AirPods featuring brands such as Betty Boop and Peanuts.

New collections from Affinity Bands
New collections from Affinity Bands


"Partnering with such beloved characters and well-known brands means fans have more opportunities than ever to embrace their self-expression and foster an even deeper affinity with something they already love," said David Schowalter, CEO and Founder of Affinity Bands.

The new Peanuts collection features classic characters like Snoopy, Charlie Brown, and Peppermint Patty across watch bands and earbud cases.

A collection featuring Betty Boop, one of the most recognized characters in animation, also joins the holiday lineup. Another new addition is USPS-branded merchandise with current and throwback logo designs for every season.

USPS sticker case for iPhone 14 Pro Max
USPS sticker case for iPhone 14 Pro Max


The Betty Boop and the U.S. Postal Service (USPS) collections are now available to ship for holiday celebrations. In contrast, the Peanuts collection will be available in January 2023.

USPS Collection

A few examples from the USPS collection include a Priority Mail Apple Watch band in various styles for $29.99, an Express Mail case for AirPods at $19.99, and a Priority Mail custom label iPhone 14 case for $29.99.

Betty Boop

Products from the Betty Boop collection include a Betty Boop classic Apple Watch band for $29.99 through Affinity Bands and Amazon, a Christmas HDX AirPods case for $19.99 from Affinity Bands and Amazon, and a classic HD iPhone 14 case for $29.99 through Affinity Bands and Amazon.

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The "Bold & Boop" style band for Apple Watch



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    macguimacgui Posts: 2,260member
    The Betty Boop collection I get. Even though she's waaaaaaay before many people's time, I've seen a lot of girls with Betty accoutrements so that's not too much of a surprise.

    But the USPS? That seems like a pretty niche market, mainly a fraction of employees? A bold move on Affinity's part. There's a small collection of military service related goodies, but they're very simplistic. There are other collections I didn't look at, but there's some potential stocking stuffers.
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