Monday, 14 September 2015

Apple Watch Hermes Edition.


Apple Inc. and Hermès International announced Wednesday that they have created a new version of Apple’s smartwatch.  The watch, which will go on sale Oct. 5, will marry bands made in Hermès’ signature leather with a specially designed user interface.



The Hermès watch will have a choice of three bands with the stainless steel face: a single leather loop, a double loop and a cuff. The double loop only comes with the 38mm face, while the thicker cuff only has the 42mm version. The bands are available in several colors of leather. The price will range from £800 to £1,200.



1 comment:

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