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Discussion in 'Apple Watch' started by Appl3FTW, Sep 9, 2014.
3 levels of watch
which one are you getting? and how much are you willing to pay max?
I'm definitely getting the 18-Karat Rose Gold
im leaning towards whatever the most expensive one is too LOL
edition + metal band.. is so dead sexy
I want the rose gold and I'll pay a max of 1K
damn... i don't know about all that lol
I don't really understand why you'd get the most expensive model for this.
I get why people pay £10,000+ for luxury watches, because they last a life time, go up in value, if you have good taste, become a part of your identity, etc etc.
But this new apple watch will surely be out of fashion when the new one comes out.
Even if it comes in at $4000+?
A good watch is supposed to last decades, this one won't be supported in a few years.
I still don't see how they priced it so close to the iPad mini
Will buy the 18k rose gold for my wife. She loves the watch.
I need the watch that will let me workout and look classy on date night with the girlfriend.
I love the smoke grey stainless but the silver stainless would look way more sexy on date night right? Along with one the the stainless silver bands?
Yea, thats about my price
This makes it even more fashionable. If you have the money to piss away $2k every year on the latest, knowing it will be obsolete,... You have money. Or stupid.
It would be a fun toy for $20. Any more than that and I lose interest entirely.
If the Edition version is what I think it is (solid gold fetching quite a bit of money), I'll settle for stainless steel as it's most versatile with metal band, milanese loop and leather buckle.
According to my local news, it has a starting price of $350. I want the stainless steel version. I don't care about straps, though, I want mine with a camouflage print strap. I want it to look fun, not serious. I have a Panerai for business. I don't need anymore serious in my life.
Here's what I'd like to know: Will you be able to buy different bands? in your situation, you'd probably want the sport model that I think is a little more resistant to abuse for the workouts. But then on date night you'd want one of those stainless steel bands to switch out.
It hasn't launched yet, but I really don't understand why Apple isn't selling just the watch itself and then separately the bands, kind of like iPads and cases. I know it would cause confusion for some, but it seems like a ton of SKUs to add to store cases.
Yea, that might be the route I should take. The choices are a tad bit overwhelming. And I'm sure we will be able to buy different bands.
I can't make up my mind. Is this another iDevice or is it jewelry? As a device, I'd pay no more than $500, if I felt I could use or really appreciate it's function. As jewelry, I'd pay $600-$750, again if it was something I thought I'd really use and appreciate.
I've not yet made up my mind on it. I haven't worn a watch in over a decade. I've been thinking about finding a nice one. Hmm.