Apple Watch Hermès Collection Now Available for Purchase Online

As reported earlier in the week, the special edition Apple Watch Hermès collection today became available for purchase online, letting customers purchase the high-end editions from the online storefronts of both Apple and Hermès. The collection comes in ten models, all branching off of three band varieties -- the Single Tour, Double Tour, and Cuff -- and was introduced by Apple at its September iPhone event.

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Each model of the Hermès collection includes a stainless steel Apple Watch case, and gives users a unique Hermès clock face for the wearable device. The pricing for the collection begins with the Single Tour band for $1,100, Double Tour for $1,250, and Cuff for $1,500. The Single Tour is the only one of the collection available in both 38mm and 42mm case sizes, with the Double Tour exclusively sold in 38mm and the Cuff only available in 42mm.

To purchase one of the Apple Watches in the Hermès collection, visit the online store of Apple or Hermès.

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60 months ago

I find those straps naff.

Taste is a funny thing. Steve Jobs had it. Microsoft don't. Neither does Tim Cook.

If Apple brought out a hybrid mechanical round watch with a digital overlay, I might be interested.

Taste is also subjective.
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60 months ago
I find those straps naff.

Taste is a funny thing. Steve Jobs had it. Microsoft don't. Neither does Tim Cook.

If Apple brought out a hybrid mechanical round watch with a digital overlay, I might be interested.
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60 months ago
So this is what qualifies as "innovation" under the "leadership" of Tim Cook...

Pathetic.
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60 months ago
With luxury watches, you pay for exclusivity. But exclusivity is measured with craftsmanship -- the movement, the finish, the dial, etc.

What's exclusive about this watch? The band? It's the same watch face with a slightly different digital display. The components are the same and I suspect production cost is as well.

There's certainly a price premium, I just don't see the exclusivity that price premium is supposed to represent.
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60 months ago
This whole watch thing makes less and less sense as an Apple product with every passing day. Tim Cook's tenure continues to make Apple's lineup less and less appealing.

I don't think I've ever seen Apple's Macbook Pro line so long in the tooth. The obsession with the watch is driving every other product line into the ground. Bicker with me all you want, I won't hear it. Ridiculous.

Apple used to inspire minds, people would buy their products to use them as their primary tools. Now all we've got is these offerings like the watch, and the only people buying it want to look "cool", where the product itself is mostly useless.

Where have all my top of the line tools gone?
Overpriced, over-polished, specialized metal pieces with sapphire screens. Mindless materialism.

Prove me wrong, and do it soon, Tim.
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60 months ago

So this is what qualifies as "innovation" under the "leadership" of Tim Cook...

Pathetic.

You wouldn't know the first thing about innovation from your moms basement
[doublepost=1453489551][/doublepost]I purchased one 38 and one 42 for office gifts
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