Apple smartwatches are expensive. The Apple Watch SE second-generation is currently the most affordable smartwatch in the lineup and is priced at Rs 29,900. This is the starting price of the base 40mm model with GPS support. The Watch also comes with a 44mm screen and GPS + Cellular variants, which are priced higher. There is also the Apple Watch Series 8, which sits between the Watch SE 2 and the Apple Watch Ultra.
The Apple Watch Series 8 has a starting price of Rs 45,900 in India. For the price, users get a 41mm model along with GPS support. The 45mm variant of the Watch Series 8 can be bought for Rs 48,900. Did you know there is an Apple Watch strap which is priced higher than the base 41mm dial of the Apple Watch Series 8?
Apple Watch Space Black Link Bracelet: Pricing
Apple is selling a Watch strap called the Space Black Link Bracelet in India for Rs 47,900. The Watch Strap is currently the most expensive one in the lineup. Apple is offering the Space Black Link Bracelet strap in two sizes. The 38mm variant works with Watch models having 40mm and 41mm dials. The 42mm variant, on the other hand, works with models having 44mm and 45mm dials.
There is also a Silver Link Bracelet, which is available in India for Rs 37,500. The Silver link bracelet can be bought in 38mm and 42mm sizes.
Why is the Space Black Link Bracelet so expensive? The company stated that the Watch strap has more than 100 components and is crafted from the same 316L stainless steel alloy as the case. Apple further revealed that the machining process is so precise that it takes nearly nine hours to cut the links for a single band.
The custom butterfly closure folds neatly within the bracelet and several links feature a simple release button, so you can add and remove links without any special tools. To top it all off, an additional diamond-like carbon (DLC) layer gives the space black stainless steel its distinctive finish.
Will you buy the Space Black Link Bracelet for its unique look to stand out from the crowd? What is your take on the price? Let us know in the comments below.