Third-party jewelers are continuing to show off what may be Apple Watch’s most ridiculous accessories yet — everything from gold plates to diamond-studded bands. Some are way cheaper than the $10,000 18-karat gold Apple Watch Edition; others are ten times as expensive.
One gold plate accessory is being offered by Watch Plate, which promises to affordably gold-plate your Apple Watch for $399, as 9to5Mac points out. All you have to do is drop off your Apple Watch at FedEx, and within three business days you’ll get your device back “looking like a million bucks (well, more like $10,000),” according to the site.
Other jewelers are also offering cheaper gold Apple Watches, though you’ll have to buy the watch custom-made. Swiss company Golden Dreams, for example, is accepting pre-orders a range of personalized yellow, pink and white gold Apple Watches for around $3,500.
And then there are a few jewelers who are going all out — as in six-figure Apple Watches covered in diamonds. That’s the story at luxury design firm Brikk, which is taking pre-orders for its Lux Watch models, whose watch faces come in titanium, yellow gold or pink gold, all studded with diamonds ranging from 2-karat to 12-karat.
Of course, the best option for those seeking an easy gold Apple Watch might just be to make a knockoff. As shown by popular YouTuber Casey Neistat, all it takes is some good-quality gold spray paint, tape and cutting tools to turn your watch into a counterfeit Apple Watch Edition that many people might just think is real.