Apple Offering $700 Kit to Add Wheels to the Mac Pro

Apple today introduced a Mac Pro Wheels kit designed for the Mac Pro, which adds wheels to the machine after purchase. The kit is priced at $699.

When adding wheels to the ‌Mac Pro‌ when making an initial purchase, Apple charges $400, but the standalone kit to be used after purchase is $300 more because the pre-purchase price includes the price of removing the $300 feet.

Apple says the kit includes a 1/4-inch to 4mm hex bit for installing the wheels, but additional tools are necessary. The purchase price includes a total of four wheels and an installation guide.

Apple also offers a Mac Pro Feet Kit for those who ordered wheels but want to swap back to standard feet. The Feet Kit is priced at $300.

‌Mac Pro‌ users who want to purchase the wheels add-on kit or the feet add-on kit can do so from Apple's online store.

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Top Rated Comments

dontwalkhand Avatar
41 months ago
So the wheels cost more than the tires for my car. I drive a Mercedes.
Score: 82 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Caliber26 Avatar
41 months ago
Lol. How absurd. Just duct tape your Mac to one of these. And it only costs $20 on Amazon. ?

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Score: 71 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Trik Avatar
41 months ago
I've definitely spent less putting wheels on my car.
Score: 64 Votes (Like | Disagree)
fhall1 Avatar
41 months ago
Do they come with lifetime balancing and alignments? Free rotation?
Score: 58 Votes (Like | Disagree)
DJC631 Avatar
41 months ago
$700?? That's just silly.
Score: 45 Votes (Like | Disagree)
jarman92 Avatar
41 months ago
I love Apple, but this is beyond self-parody.
Score: 38 Votes (Like | Disagree)

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