Apple Watch Sport Pricing: $349 (38mm) to $399 (42mm)

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Apple Watch Sport BlueApple CEO Tim Cook on Monday at the “Spring Forward” media event in San Francisco announced that the Apple Watch Sport will start at $349 for the 38mm, while the larger 42mm model will cost $399.

It was also recently discovered that the Apple Watch Sport will be the only edition to include two bands in the box, as noted on Apple's online store page for the active lifestyle-focused edition. The bands will be for two different sized wrists: one small-medium band, and one medium-large band.

The specific pricing for each Apple Watch Sport model:

  • 38mm Silver Aluminum Case with White Sport Band — $349

  • 42mm Silver Aluminum Case with White Sport Band — $399

  • 38mm Silver Aluminum Case with Blue Sport Band — $349

  • 42mm Silver Aluminum Case with Blue Sport Band — $399

  • 38mm Silver Aluminum Case with Green Sport Band — $349

  • 42mm Silver Aluminum Case with Green Sport Band — $399

  • 38mm Silver Aluminum Case with Pink Sport Band — $349

  • 42mm Silver Aluminum Case with Pink Sport Band — $399

  • 38mm Space Gray Aluminum Case with Black Sport Band — $349

  • 42mm Space Gray Aluminum Case with Black Sport Band — $399

    Follow the rest of our March 2015 event coverage for the latest information.

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    71 months ago
    They have lost their minds! These prices are insane. They seem like they are nice, but for those prices they can keep them.
    Score: 6 Votes (Like | Disagree)
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    71 months ago
    this seals the deal of not getting a watch.
    Score: 4 Votes (Like | Disagree)
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    71 months ago
    That made my decision much easier (between this and the stainless). :)
    Score: 4 Votes (Like | Disagree)
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    71 months ago
    Suddenly my black Pebble at $99 feels awesome on my wrist.
    Score: 2 Votes (Like | Disagree)
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    71 months ago
    Gosh, I was really expecting Apple to announce you could replace the battery and cpu ~$xxx so you could keep them for a long time....but nothing.

    $400/$800/$10k for disposable watches? Think they'll sell well at first as the true believers buy them, but unless they have a way they don't become obsolete in 2/3 years I don't see sustained big sales...
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    71 months ago
    Getting this then waiting for fancy bands to come out on Amazon.
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