Apple Watch Hermès comes with hand-made leather bands, prices start at $1100

Apple Watch Hermès comes with hand-made leather bands, prices start at $1100
Although the iPhone 6s and the iPhone 6s Plus were the stars of Apple's September event, the company also dedicated some time on stage to the Apple Watch. Aside from announcing that Watch OS 2 will soon roll out to users, which it eventually did in the meantime, Apple also unveiled that it has partnered up with Hermès - a leather fashion company based in France - to create a special edition of the stainless steel Apple Watch. 

If you're prepared to spend some serious cash, today the Apple Watch Hermès became available for purchase.

Available in three leather band styles, all of which are hand-crafted by Hermès in France, the Apple Watch Hermès can be yours for anywhere between $1100 to $1500, depending on the specific band.

For $1100, you can get the Apple Watch with a Single Tour band, which is basically a Hermès version of the Classic Buckle. The 42mm version of the Single Tour band is available in either black or brown, the 38mm version is also available in red.

If even more leather is what you're looking for on your watch strap, you can get the Apple Watch Hermès with a Double Tour band for $1250. As the name suggests, the Double Tour band wraps around the user's wrist two times. The Hermès Double Tour band is available in gray, brown, red, or blue. 

The most expensive Hermès edition of the Apple Watch, priced at $1500, comes with a brown Cuff band that imitates the look of a leather bracelet. 

If you're wooed over by the Apple Watch Hermès, note that the special edition of the watch is only available for purchase from select Apple Stores, Hermès stores, or a handful of luxury stores.

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source: Apple


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