Apple has partnered with high-end luxury goods company Hermès to provide some strapping new leather straps for the Apple Watch.
Calling it the Apple Watch Hermès Collection (original), the company is now marketing the stainless-steel Apple Watch in both 38 and 42-millimetre sizes with one of the three leather straps, which will set you back somewhere between $1,100 and $1,500.
The watches come in three styles: A single loop model, which costs $1,100; a double loop model, which costs $1,250; and a cuff model, which costs $1,500.
The partnership was hailed by Apple as an expansion of the luxury Watch models.
You can check the snaps out here, with the straps now on sale.
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