Apple Watch Hermès can now be purchased at Apple and Hermès stores, and select fashion boutiques, in an additional 17 cities as of this week.

In the U.S., the models are now available in Bellevue, Chicago, Dallas, Houston, Las Vegas, Portland, and Washington D.C. In Europe, the new cities include Barcelona, Brussels, Florence, Madrid, and Manchester.

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Apple Watch Hermès has also expanded to Guangzhou, Macau, and Shenzhen in China, in addition to Melbourne, Australia and Dubai, United Arab Emirates.

Apple Watch Hermès has also been available for purchase online since January, while Apple began selling standalone Apple Watch Hermès bands through its online store yesterday for between $340 and $690 based on U.S. pricing.

(Thanks, Alan!)

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Top Rated Comments

ArtOfWarfare Avatar
107 months ago
Hands up: does anyone care about the Hermes bands?

I know most of the people on the forums don't (I don't), and I'm not judging the hypothetical person who does care... but does that hypothetical person actually exist, and do they actually visit MacRumors?
Score: 7 Votes (Like | Disagree)
bgro Avatar
107 months ago
Starting to get harder and harder to stay an Apple fan when this is the crap they're coming out withZ
Score: 6 Votes (Like | Disagree)
ck2875 Avatar
107 months ago
What I don't get is that you can buy the stainless steel watch for $599 (with sports band) and the Hermes Leather Cuff band for $690. But if you buy the Hermes Cuff Watch prebuilt it's $1500.


* $599 -$49 sports band = 42mm stainless watch is $550
* $1500 - $690 Hermes cuff band = 42mm Hermes stainless watch is $810
* $810 - $550 = $260 for the digital Hermes Watch Face

....seriously???
Score: 5 Votes (Like | Disagree)
bgro Avatar
107 months ago
What I don't get is that you can buy the stainless steel watch for $599 (with sports band) and the Hermes Leather Cuff band for $690. But if you buy the Hermes Cuff Watch prebuilt it's $1500.


* $599 -$49 sports band = 42mm stainless watch is $550
* $1500 - $690 Hermes cuff band = 42mm Hermes stainless watch is $810
* $810 - $550 = $260 for the digital Hermes Watch Face

....seriously???
iSheep pricing?
Score: 5 Votes (Like | Disagree)
KPOM Avatar
107 months ago
What I don't get is that you can buy the stainless steel watch for $599 (with sports band) and the Hermes Leather Cuff band for $690. But if you buy the Hermes Cuff Watch prebuilt it's $1500.


* $599 -$49 sports band = 42mm stainless watch is $550
* $1500 - $690 Hermes cuff band = 42mm Hermes stainless watch is $810
* $810 - $550 = $260 for the digital Hermes Watch Face

....seriously???
An extra year of warranty is included, as are the engraving, special watch face, and Hermès box. That said, I am surprised the bands aren't more expensive.
Score: 4 Votes (Like | Disagree)
SethBoy Avatar
107 months ago
Hands up: does anyone care about the Hermes bands?

I know most of the people on the forums don't (I don't), and I'm not judging the hypothetical person who does care... but does that hypothetical person actually exist, and do they actually visit MacRumors?
I do care about the Hermès watches and bands. I don’t post often but I’ve been visiting MacRumors for a long time now.

I’m a geek who cares quite a bit about fashion and I’m thrilled my favourite tech company is moving deeper and deeper into fashion.
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)

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