Here’s how much you’ll have to pay if you want to buy the Apple Watch in India

Apple will launch its first smartwatch in India on November 6. Surprisingly, it will launch all the Apple Watch variants in the country, including the ones that were introduced in September. The basic variant of the Apple Watch will be priced at Rs. 30,900 and at Rs. 34,900 for 38mm and 42mm dials.

Apple Watch Sport Edition Models

As we all know, the Apple Watch comes in three major variants – Apple Watch Sport, Apple Watch, and Apple Watch Edition – and all of them work only with compatible iPhones. The Apple Watch will have a starting price of Rs. 48,900 for the 38mm dial variant with a stainless steel case and a Sport Band, and will go till Rs. 95,900 for the 42mm dial size variant with Space Black Stainless Steel Case and a stainless steel link bracelet of a matching colour.

Apple Watch Pricing In India

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The Apple Watch Edition, which comes with an 18-carat Gold Case, will have an insanely high starting price of Rs. 8,20,000, and goes up a whooping price of Rs. 14,20,000. It will compete with Android Wear-based smartwatches like the Samsung Gear Live, the Motorola Moto 360, and the LG Watch Urbane as well as Samsung’s first smartwatch with a completely circular display, the Samsung Gear S2, which has a software that is based on the company’s Tizen operating system.

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Rama
November 3, 2015 3:20 pm 3:20 PM
*At a time when even 30-40k smartphones are finding it difficult to sell in the market, there is little confidence to be had on the prospects of the Apple Watch. Not only is it a first gen product but the actual use cases are far lower. There are only so many fitness freaks in the world and even for them fitbit or jawbone provide cheaper options. *I still believe a smartwatch’s true ability will be unleashed only if we enter a world filled with IoT where the smartwatch can become the controller of these IoT objects. *Its only the iPhones… Read more »
Fahad
November 3, 2015 6:06 pm 6:06 PM

Heyyy brooo.. Where were you?

Rama
November 3, 2015 6:30 pm 6:30 PM

Hey man, was busy with some stuffs in life but I’m kinda free now for some time. Nice coming back to TT 🙂

Fahad
November 4, 2015 1:35 pm 1:35 PM

Yup.. Really nice to see you back.. Missed ur detailed reviews.. 😉

Colorado
November 3, 2015 5:20 pm 5:20 PM

That’s the problem of India bro. MNCs consider the Indian consumer to be gullible and malleable. Any technology, which may be outdated or even legally banned abroad, will find its way to India. Here those consumers with plenty of cash are enticed to purchase high-end gadgets which otherwise would be have to scrapped abroad. Apple Watch is only one example. Harley Davidson, BMW, HP are other major players doing this.

Madhan Kumar
November 3, 2015 5:14 pm 5:14 PM

Yep no idiot will buy this overpriced crap Apple watch in India and as u say I think that Apple will be able to survive only for abt 5 to 9 yrs as Chinese companies are doing a grt job by offering great value for money smartphones!

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