If you’ve ever felt the need to have the Apple Watch on-hand with a traditional one mounted together, Nico Gerard’s watch will run you back US $9,300 for the standard version. Want something even more elaborate? Go all out on and spend US $112,000 for the gold cased model, which obviously includes a bling-worthy US $10,000 solid gold Apple Watch.
It doesn’t just stop there, as there will only be 99 of these watches made and reserving a pre-order will burn a further US $200 in your pocket but what’s $200 when you can spend 4 figures on the watch anyway. A sure-fire way to get looks left, right and centre from people who will awe in amazement or sheer bewilderment at the round-faced watch and square-faced Apple Watch combo.
Certainly marketed to a niche of individuals, who either want to show off their deep pockets or those who really need the traditional analogue-watch and functionality of the Apple Watch. An automatic chronometer hailing from the Swiss Alps, the Skyview Pinnacle will sit on the top of your wrist while underneath you’ll get two options, a 38mm or 42mm Apple Watch.
With the luxurious pricing, buyers will be allowed to pick from 3 different variants: the black costs US $9,300, the blue costing US $9,500 and the creme dela crème will put a 6 figure hole in your bank account, US $112,000 to be exact. The most expensive model will be made first, hence the 6 to 8 week wait, while the first two will take 10 to 12 months and 8 to 10 months, respectively.