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Apple Watch Hermes prices in Singapore

The Apple watch is undeniably one of the nicest smartwatches ever released – unsurprisingly too, as it is designed by Apple. But how does one make elegance even more elegant? Apple has collaborated with Hermes to produce the unique Apple Watch Hermes edition that blends both utility and beauty in a single device. Read more below!

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Apple Watch Hermes Singapore

Iconic Collaboration

The Apple Watch Hermes is the result of the collaboration between two premium brands: the innovative Apple and the fashionable Hermes. The partnership between the two brands has resulted in the beautiful Apple Watch Hermes. The Apple Watch Hermes features fine-handcrafted leather straps from Hermes and elegantly designed Apple watch faces – all together in a beautiful smartwatch.

The Leather Straps

To add a better sense of class and luxury to the Apple Watch, Hermes offers four different options of finely handcraft leather straps. Buyers can choose one single leather strap from the four different options for one that will suit their sense of style; they can even buy several different watch leather straps to suit different occasions and events.

The leather straps are: double buckle cuff, a strap that is inspired by Hermes sandal designs with two separate leather straps and clasps; single tour deployment buckle, a folding-lock mechanism that says hidden under the strap until opened with two side buttons; double tour, an extra-long strap that goes around the wrist twice; single tour, a classic single leather strap and an elegant buckle. All Apple Watch Hermes also comes with an exclusive Hermes orange sport-band wrist strap.

A Tap to Action – Apple Watch Hermes Singapore

The Apple Watch Hermes is not only an elegant looking smartwatch, but a very functional one as well. Users of the Watch will get a very gentle tap on their wrist when notifications come in to their iPhones. A text message, an email, a phone call – all the notifications get sent to you via a gentle tap on the top of your wrist. You will be able to stay connected without being fully immersed with your very own smartphone.

Users will also be able to access all of the great apps right from the Apple Watch Hermes, keeping all of the necessary apps and functions literally on hand for easy access. You will hardly ever check your iPhone ever again during meetings and other busy moments when you have the Apple Watch Hermes.

Expert Reviews

macworld.co.uk
Reviewed on 2016-09-13
Series 2: GPS, waterproof, ceramic design, dualcore processor, sapphire glass and brighter display | Series 1: Faster than original (dualcore processor) | Original: Cheapest (used)Series 2: Expensive | Series 1: IonX glass | Original: Can only be bought used
On 7 September 2016, Apple announced its new Apple Watch Series 2 and an update to the original, naming it the Apple Watch Series 1. The new watches both offer a 50 percent faster processor over the original, while the Series 2 comes with GPS, brighter di...
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goodhousekeeping.com
Reviewed on 2016-08-16
Easy to set up, Easy to use, Great looking screen, Digital crown is enjoyable to useShorter battery life than competitors
The release of the Apple Watch made the prospect of owning a smartwatch much more popular. Apple Watch did not provide any groundbreaking innovations or features, but it does have the usual Apple finesse that makes the fit and finish so aesthetically plea...
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techradar.com/au/
Reviewed on 2016-07-03
Stylish design, Clever interface, Two sizesExpensive at any level, Battery life is one day, Missing many key apps
Donning the Apple Watch in 2016 is a little more tempting because its price is lower, while its app count is higher. It's a fantastic smartwatch, as long as you're expecting an iPhone-tied convenience gadget.That's why my Apple Watch is still ticking aw...
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pcadvisor.co.uk
Reviewed on 2016-06-14
Apple's smartwatch , called the Apple Watch is an extension of your iPhone, allowing you to get up-to-the minute notifications, news and even map directions on your wrist. Here's our Apple Watch review. Update June 2016: At WWDC, Apple revealed watchOS 3...
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theguardian.com
Reviewed on 2016-06-09
Towards the end of May, I took off the Apple Watch I'd been wearing for nine months. I'll never put it on again.I'd been wearing the £479 38mm Apple Watch with a sapphire screen, stainless steel shell and white sport band – something I genuinely appreciat...
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imore.com
Reviewed on 2016-04-28
iMore's editors on the relevancy and results of wearing Apple Watch — one year later.Twelve months ago Apple released the Watch, the company's first new product category since the iPad and the first ever with Tim Cook at the helm. It was also one of the e...
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macworld.co.uk
Reviewed on 2016-04-22
Gorgeous design, Comfortable to wear, Multiple variants to appeal to many people, Notification support means you can glance and carry on with your dayInterface can be counterintuitive at first, occasionally feels sluggish, thirdparty apps run relatively slowly
Our Apple Watch review looks at the Apple Watch's features, design and build quality, screen quality, user interface, hardware controls, first- and third-party apps, battery life, specs and pricing. Read our Apple Watch review for everything you need to k...
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arstechnica.com
Reviewed on 2016-04-22
About a year ago, Apple announced and released its first Apple Watch . The long-rumored product was Apple's first all-new product category since the iPad and its first under CEO Tim Cook. To say that expectations were high would be an understatement.To da...
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itpro.co.uk
Reviewed on 2016-04-21
Attractive, Comfortable, classy and easy to remove straps, Taptic Engine vibrations and tapsSomewhat fussy interface, Sluggish apps
However, there's no doubt Apple sees the Watch as an important product, one which will be a significant business for it in the long run. Plus, it's well-crafted enough that it will influence other smartwatch makers making the Apple Watch a glimpse into th...
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cravingtech.com
Reviewed on 2016-04-20
Apple Watch Third Party Bands – Most Apple Watch owners bought the Apple Watch Sport because it is the most affordable model. I own an Apple Watch Sport too and like it. However, the band you get from the packaging makes it feel cheap and does not look cl...
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T3.com
Reviewed on 2016-03-30
Great design, Lovely screen, Accurate voice recogntionHard to learn interface, Limited useful apps
The Apple Watch certainly wasn't the first smartwatch, but it was the most well-known and popular.We've been wearing one the best part of a year now, and it's changed significantly since then. In fact, the sector as a whole has changed. So we've decided t...
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macworld.co.uk
Reviewed on 2016-03-22
Gorgeous design, Comfortable to wear, Multiple variants to appeal to many people, Notification support means you can glance and carry on with your dayInterface can be counterintuitive at first, occasionally feels sluggish, thirdparty apps run relatively slowly
Our Apple Watch review looks at the Apple Watch's features, design and build quality, screen quality, user interface, hardware controls, first- and third-party apps, battery life, specs and pricing. Read our Apple Watch review for everything you need to k...
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expertreviews.co.uk
Reviewed on 2016-03-21
To my mind, Apple's decision to continuously grow the range with new straps and body colours is the right decision to make, as it means that you're not likely to bump into someone with the same combination as you. This is really one of the keys to Watch's...
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dcrainmaker.com
Reviewed on 2016-02-26
But I'll cover more than just sports, but also how it works as a day to day activity tracker. From optical HR to steps, and even sleep.However, what I won't cover in-depth is general use of the Apple Watch in a non-sport setting. There's approximately 259...
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gizmodo.com.au
Reviewed on 2016-02-12
I bought my stainless steel Apple Watch the first day that it was available. I was incredibly excited about it; a big new splashy technology platform from Apple! Fitness! Apps! A digital crown! What's not to like?Sadly, this honeymoon phase didn't last ve...
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macworld.co.uk
Reviewed on 2016-01-29
Gorgeous design, Comfortable to wear, Multiple variants to appeal to many people, Notification support means you can glance and carry on with your dayInterface can be counterintuitive at first, occasionally feels sluggish, thirdparty apps run relatively slowly
Our Apple Watch review looks at the Apple Watch's features, design and build quality, screen quality, user interface, hardware controls, first- and third-party apps, battery life, specs and pricing. Read our Apple Watch review for everything you need to k...
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thestar.com.my
Reviewed on 2016-01-13
Nice design, nice fitness tracking apps, dictation works very wellExpensive
The Apple Watch is finally in Malaysia, almost a year after it was launched in the United States.Before writing this article I debated whether I should be contributing to the already sizable number of Apple Watch reviews out there. However, having had one...
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straitstimes.com
Reviewed on 2016-01-06
SINGAPORE - Apple's move to launch a limited-edition Chinese New Year (CNY) smartwatch series is a sign of the growing importance of the Chinese market to the tech giant, analysts said."China is the world's largest smartphone market, and with growing comp...
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digitalone.com.sg
Reviewed on 2015-12-24
The Apple Watch (stainless steel version tested here) has the most intuitive design among the smartwatches in this round-up. On the right side of the watch is the digital crown. Turning and pressing it allows you to activate most of the smartwatch's func...
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straitstimes.com
Reviewed on 2015-12-23
The Apple Watch (stainless steel version tested here) has the most intuitive design among the smartwatches in this round-up.On the right side of the watch is the digital crown. Turning and pressing it allows you to activate most of the smartwatch's functi...
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Technical details

Display type

OLED

Display resolution

272 x 340 pixels

Touchscreen
Built-in microphone
Display diagonal

3.35 cm (1.32")

Mobile operating systems supported

iOS 8.2

Operating system installed

watchOS 2

Built-in speaker(s)
Processor manufacturer

Apple

Processor model

S1

Short Message Service (SMS)
E-mail
Personal info management (PIM)

Alarm clock, Calendar, Countdown timer, Stopwatch

Accelerometer
FM radio
Vibrating motor
Built-in camera
Ambient light sensor
Gyroscope
Heart rate monitor

Ports & interfaces

Bluetooth version

4.0

Bluetooth
USB port
Wi-Fi
Wi-Fi standards

802.11b, 802.11g, 802.11n

Near Field Communication (NFC)

Weight & dimensions

Width

3.33 cm

Depth

3.86 cm

Thickness

1.05 cm

Weight

40 g

Power

Battery technology

Lithium-Ion (Li-Ion)

Battery life

18 h

Storage

Internal RAM

512 MB

Flash memory

8 GB

Compatible memory cards

Design

Housing colour

Stainless steel

Housing material

Stainless steel

Band colour

Brown

Band material

Leather

Band size

L

Shape

Rectangular

Wrist size

160 - 185 mm

Watch glass type

Sapphire

Removable strap
Waterproof