Introducing the Apple Watch Hermès Series 5

Also in sleek all-black.
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Apple’s introduction of its latest watch includes the Apple Watch Hermès Series 5, essentially the smartwatch plus an Hermes leather strap and watch faces exclusive to the Hermes edition.

Amongst other incremental improvements, the new Apple Watch has an “always-on” face that dims when you turn away, instead of going dark as on the previous generation of the watch – and it’s achieved without comprising the 18-hour battery life.

And the standard Series 5 is also available in a variety of case materials, including the usual steel or aluminium, as well as ceramic for the more upscale versions. For the first time, brushed titanium is also a case option.

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The Single Tour strap with the Della Cavalleria motif on the lower half of the strap

The luxury of Apple Watch Hermès Series 5, on the other hand, is dictated only in two case styles: Space Black and polished steel, each in either 40mm or 44mm sizes.

The 40mm cases are available either with a standard length, “Single Tour” strap, or an extra-long “Double Tour” strap. Both styles of straps are a combination of colours – a solid shade and a printed motif taken from the Hermes “Della Cavalleria” scarf.

 

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Double Tour

The Space Black is actually a steel with a black coating, and it’s matched with a sleek, all-black dial and matte black strap for a sleek look that is very much unlike the usual smartwatch.

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Price and availability

The Apple Watch Hermès Series 5 with Single Tour strap is priced at US$1249, or 1749 Singapore dollars, while the same with the Double Tour strap is US$1399, or 1979 Singapore dollars.

It’s already available on hermes.com and apple.com. And it’ll arrive in selected Hermès and Apple stores starting September 20, 2019, only in Australia, Canada, China, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Singapore, Spain, Switzerland, the UAE, the UK and the US.


 

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