Many have speculated that version of Apple’s upcoming smartwatch could retail for vastly more than the $349 entry-level price the company announced when it unveiled the device last year. In fact, by some estimates, the Cupertino, Calif.-based technology giant could net as much as $5 billion per quarter from sales of its highest-end gold version alone. Then there are the planned versions below, put out by reseller Brikk. Its top-of-the-line model will cost just shy of $70,000.
The company says it plans to take apart Apple’s devices and reassemble them—with extra luxury. According to a Brikk release, the company will do the following:
More information about the final availability of the Apple Watch will be available in early March, when the company holds its “Spring Forward” event in California.
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