Remarkable Deal: Colette Offering 50% Off Many Apple Watch Models

French boutique retailer Colette has launched an online sale offering many stainless steel Apple Watch and 18-karat gold Apple Watch Edition models for around 50% off, by far the lowest prices available for those Apple Watch models this Black Friday and Cyber Monday. Due to the significant savings, stock will likely be depleted very quickly.

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A total of thirteen Apple Watch and six Apple Watch Edition models have been listed for half price, although some models appear to have already sold out. Colette is also selling individual stainless steel Link Bracelets and Milanese Loops for half price during the limited time promotion.

The list below compares Apple's regular price to Colette's sale price for each Apple Watch model. All prices are listed in U.S. dollars.

Apple Watch — SOLD OUT

- 38mm Stainless Steel Case with White Sport Band - $549 → $286.78
- 42mm Stainless Steel Case with White Sport Band - $599 → $308.87
- 38mm Stainless Steel Case with (PRODUCT)RED Sport Band - $549 → $286.78
- 42mm Stainless Steel Case with (PRODUCT)RED Sport Band - $599 → $308.87
- 42mm Stainless Steel Case with Black Sport Band - $599 → $308.87
- 38mm Space Black Stainless Steel Case with Black Sport Band - $549 → $286.78
- 38mm Stainless Steel Case with Black Classic Buckle - $649 → $330.96
- 42mm Stainless Steel Case with Black Classic Buckle - $699 → $353.06
- 38mm Stainless Steel Case with Milanese Loop - $649 → $330.96
- 38mm Stainless Steel Case with Link Bracelet - $949 → $485.62
- 42mm Stainless Steel Case with Link Bracelet - $999 → $507.71
- 38mm Space Black w/ Space Black Stainless Steel Link Bracelet - $1,049 → $529.80
- 42mm Space Black w/ Space Black Stainless Steel Link Bracelet - $1,099 → $551.91

Apple Watch Edition

- 38mm 18-Carat Rose Gold Case with White Sport Band - $10,000 → $4,860.62
- 38mm 18-Carat Yellow Gold Case w/ Bright Red Modern Buckle - $17,000 → $7,953.75
- 42mm 18-Carat Yellow Gold Case with Black Classic Buckle - $15,000 → $7,070
- 38mm 18-Carat Yellow Gold Case with Black Sport Band - $10,000 → $4,860.62
- 42mm 18-Carat Yellow Gold Case with Black Sport Band - $12,000 → $5,744.38
- 42mm 18-Carat Rose Gold Case with White Sport Band - $12,000 → $5,744.38

Colette offers online checkout for in-stock Apple Watch models and accessories, with American Express, MasterCard, Visa and PayPal listed as accepted payment methods. Each Apple Watch may only be purchased once.

Best Buy and Target are also offering Apple Watch deals for select models on Black Friday, including the Apple Watch Sport, which is not on sale through Colette. Deals may vary depending on time, location and product availability.

Update: As expected, Colette has sold out of stainless steel Apple Watch models, while Apple Watch Edition models remain available for purchase.

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61 months ago
Sort of signifies the lack of demand for the watch.
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61 months ago

Sort of signifies the lack of demand for the watch.

Black Friday deals tend to be for things that people actually want. It defeats the purpose of getting people in the door / to the website if it's something nobody cares about.
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61 months ago


- 38mm 18-Carat Yellow Gold Case w/ Bright Red Modern Buckle - $17,000 -> $7,953.75

Hmm... cut 9000 dollars off the price and still make a profit? Interesting.
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61 months ago

Hey, did you know Ballmer's best year was the year before Microsoft sales plummeted? To see if someone is going to "kill it", you need to look at their new products and the direction they are going, not the past.

Never seen hardware so weak from Apple, and Microsoft is finally putting out good hardware.. they just need to get their OS up to par. And Android OS is quite impressive, very innovative and google now kills Siri any day. Tim rode the wind that Steve left him.. that wind is dying now

I disagree. The MacBook is actually pretty useful and will only get more so as Intel gets its act together with Core M. Given Intel's pricing for Core M the MacBook is fairly priced. iPad Pro seems to be enjoying a burst of popularity and may convince more developers to see the iPad as a "real" platform.

Tim Cook has done a decent job as CEO. People like Steve Jobs come around once in a lifetime. Following is a difficult act. Cook has done a far better job than Steve Ballmer. Unlike Ballmer, Cook didn't inherit virtual monopoly cash cows in Windows and Office. Arguably Steve Jobs cost Apple by not developing iOS with resolution independence. It cost Apple at least one and probably two years before the iPhone 6 Plus was ready.

Google Now "kills" Siri because Google has no scruples and mines everyone's personal data. I like Apple's stance on privacy.

As for hardware, have you seen the benchmarks for the A9? The best CPU engineers want to work for Apple now.
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61 months ago

Black Friday deals tend to be for things that people actually want. It defeats the purpose of getting people in the door / to the website if it's something nobody cares about.

I know but Apple products tend to have very modest sales because they sell without them.
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61 months ago

What does that really matter as long as people are getting a great deal, and 50% off IS a great deal.

Oh I know, I'm commenting on the lack of demand for the product requiring such a sale, not the sale itself.
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