Limited Edition Apple Watch NikeLab Are Now Available
In a recent report, last week Nike revealed its latest collaboration with Apple, the Apple Watch NikeLab. Now the limited edition Apple Watch Series 2 has been featured in a Highsnobiety hands-on shoot ahead of its upcoming launch date.
Similar with Apple Watch Nike+, Apple Watch NikeLab is a co-branded Apple Watch Series 2 including the perforated Nike Sport band, comes with special Nike watch faces, and also the Nike+ Run Club app pre-installed. Interestingly, Apple Watch NikeLab stands out from the Apple Watch Nike+ collection because of its neutral-tone colored Nike Sport band matched with the space gray Apple Watch hardware. More so, the limited edition NikeLab Sport band comes with a custom engraving on the inner pin as well.
As for the pricing details, Apple Watch NikeLab has the same price tag as an aluminum Apple Watch Sport cost at $369 for the 38mm model and for $399 for The original Nike+ Apple Watch was introduced in conjunction with the Apple Watch refresh in fall last year, and combines all of the features of Apple Watch Series 2 with custom bands, and a preloaded Nike+ Run Club app to inspire runners, provide guidance from coaches and athletes, and tailor plans to a user's schedule and progress. The band combinations for the Nike+ include Black/Volt, Black/Cool Gray, Flat Silver/Volt and Flat Silver/White.
The limited edition band sports a main Light Bone color with Black holes punched throughout it. What's notable is that while Apple sells other Nike Sport Bands for the Apple Watch individually it doesn't appear that this limited edition band can be bought on its own. Furthermore, Apple started selling the previously exclusive Nike bands separately in the end of March. As of yet, the NikeLab band is not yet available in the same fashion.
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