Apple Watch sales are expanding to additional authorized resellers in a trio of countries this month, including The Good Guys in Australia, Stormfront in the United Kingdom and Media Markt and Saturn in Germany (via iFun.de).

The Good Guys, Media Markt and Saturn have begun selling the Apple Watch as of this week, while Stormfront is expected to start selling the wrist-worn device next week. Each retailer will sell the Apple Watch Sport and Apple Watch.

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Apple Watch was initially sold exclusively through the Apple Store, Apple Online Store and select fashion boutiques such as Galeries Lafayette in France and Selfridges in the U.K., but Apple has been rolling out the wrist-worn device to Best Buy and other authorized resellers over the past few months.

List of Apple Watch Authorized Resellers

United States

Canada

United Kingdom

Australia

New Zealand

France

Germany

Italy

Singapore

Sweden

Switzerland

Japan

The above list will be updated as more Apple Watch authorized resellers are announced.

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WarHeadz Avatar
96 months ago
I would hate to have a store named Stormfront. The google results you get when you search it are not pleasant.
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BravoKiller Avatar
96 months ago
('https://www.macrumors.com/2015/09/17/apple-watch-authorized-resellers-list/')


Apple Watch sales are expanding to additional authorized resellers in a trio of countries this month, including The Good Guys ('http://www.thegoodguys.com.au/Apple-Watch-Store-Locator') in Australia, Stormfront ('http://www.stormfront.co.uk/') in the United Kingdom and Media Markt and Saturn in Germany (via iFun.de ('http://www.iphone-ticker.de/apple-watch-jetzt-bei-mediamarkt-und-saturn-vertrieb-ueber-telekom-ebenfalls-geplant-86576/')).

The Good Guys, Media Markt and Saturn have begun selling the Apple Watch as of this week, while Stormfront is expected to start selling the wrist-worn device next week. Each retailer will sell the Apple Watch Sport and Apple Watch.



Apple Watch was initially sold exclusively through the Apple Store, Apple Online Store and select fashion boutiques such as Galeries Lafayette in France and Selfridges in the U.K., but Apple has been rolling out the wrist-worn device to Best Buy and other authorized resellers over the past few months.

List of Apple Watch Authorized Resellers:
Best Buy ('https://www.macrumors.com/2015/08/07/best-buy-begins-selling-apple-watch/') (U.S and Canada)
Currys and PCWorld ('https://www.macrumors.com/2015/09/14/apple-watch-expands-united-kingdom/') (U.K.)
John Lewis ('https://www.macrumors.com/2015/09/14/apple-watch-expands-united-kingdom/') (U.K.)
Stormfront ('http://www.stormfront.co.uk/') (U.K.)
Harvey Norman ('https://www.macrumors.com/2015/08/14/apple-watch-harvey-norman-australia/') (Australia)
JB Hi-Fi ('https://www.jbhifi.com.au/features/computers-tablets/apple-watch/') (Australia)
The Good Guys ('http://www.thegoodguys.com.au/Apple-Watch-Store-Locator') (Australia)
Myer ('http://www.myer.com.au/shop/mystore/apple-watch') (Australia)
Fnac ('https://www.macrumors.com/2015/08/20/apple-watch-expands-france/') (France)
Compustore ('http://www.compustore.de/apple-watch') (Germany)
Gravis ('http://www.gravis.de/') (Germany)
Media Markt ('http://www.mediamarkt.de/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/MultiChannelSearch?storeId=48353&langId=-3&searchProfile=onlineshop&channel=mmdede&searchParams=&path=&query=Apple_Watch') (Germany)
Saturn ('http://www.saturn.de/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/MultiChannelSearch?storeId=48352&langId=-3&searchProfile=onlineshop&searchParams=&path=&query=apple_watch') (Germany)

The above list will be updated as more Apple Watch authorized resellers are announced.

Article Link: Apple Watch Sales Expand to Additional Resellers ('https://www.macrumors.com/2015/09/17/apple-watch-authorized-resellers-list/')
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Noel Leeming (New Zealand)
https://www.noelleeming.co.nz/shop/

It's was actually the first authorised reseller to sell the apple watch.
They did it before the watches were available at Best Buy in the US.
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JeffyTheQuik Avatar
96 months ago
Ready for the hew and cry from the locals of "HOW COULD APPLE SELL THESE THERE???"

People buy them there, that's why...
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Danoc Avatar
96 months ago
I think you forgot Boulanger in France (and Colette of course, which is one boutique only I believe).
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Kingrsmchugh Avatar
96 months ago
I would hate to have a store named Stormfront. The google results you get when you search it are not pleasant.
I was thinking the same thing. I'm familiar with that site and was shocked a store has the same name
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mojolicious Avatar
96 months ago
I would hate to have a store named Stormfront. The google results you get when you search it are not pleasant.
I was thinking the same thing. I'm familiar with that site and was shocked a store has the same name
A guy named Mike Fleming incorporated Stormfront Technology Limited on 7 December 2000. The American documentary hate.com was originally broadcast on 23 October 2000. The documentary was definitely reported here in the UK but I guess the news dribbled through over weeks and months, and even if the poor bloke was immediately aware of the broadcast he had probably invested too much in the name, both emotionally and financially, to make a late change!

That said, Stormfront Retail Limited was incorporated in August 2007, with two additional directors (after a brief stint as Stormfront Tracking Limited). Up to that point is was still a single store; presumably the new company was created with the intention of retail store expansion, and they've gone from ten stores in 2010 to 23 stores currently. You'd have thought that 2006/2007 would have been a good time to consider a rebrand.

As an aside, in the past week I've seen two Jim'll Mix It cement mixer lorries on the road, more than six months after the company announced it was rebranding as MixIt. A local handyman, once known as Tim'll Fix it, is now the much duller Tim Ireland Construction. If you don't know the reason for such name changes, look at the Wikipedia entry for Jimmy Savile.
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