For $9300 you can get a duo of Apple Watch and Swiss Timepiece
Are you unable to choose between a fantastic Swiss timepiece and the charm of an Apple Watch?
Every one of your desire has been now been taken care by a watchmaker, Nico Gerard and that too With the creation of the Pinnacle range.
The three piece collection will consolidate extravagance Swiss craftsmanship with the forefront of customer innovation, joining a customary watchface with a 38mm Apple Watch.
It will intend to be worn on the internal wrist. As you'd expect, such undeniable extravagance does not come cheap.
Costs for the stainless steel Nico Gerard Pinnacle model begin at $9,300 (£5,962), ascending to $9,500 for the Skyview Pinnacle and $112,000 for the 18 karat gold Sunrise Pinnacle.
Just reserving one of the watches costs between $200 and $500. You may be baffled to learn you'll have to face a hold up of 6 months to have your watch.
Given that you'll need to hold up somewhere around 10 and 12 months for the least expensive model, it's really likely the second generation of Apple Watch will either be planned for launch or have made it into stores by some point in 2016.
Once your online reservation is complete, you will receive a sizing kit, and can count on a Nico Gerard team member to keep you updated about the status and delivery date of your new watch.
Nico Gerard's Pinnacle timepieces were first announced in November, promising "a mix of technology and fashion that lets you combine the luxury and function of high-end watches, with the apps and possibilities of your next smartwatch."
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The new lineup launched on July 29, and supports the 38mm Apple Watch and Apple Watch Edition.