The design marries a luxury stainless steel chronometer with certified NG2824A movement on the face of the piece to the Apple Watch on its underside. And if you're really fancy, fear not: there is an 18k gold version—including the already super-pricy gold Apple Watch Edition.
All three versions of the Pinnacle are available for preorder, and they don't come cheap: the base version starts at $9,300, with a $200 reservation fee and a year-long wait time, while the Sunrise Gold version shoots up to $112,000 with a $500 reservation fee. You can go ahead and order one if you want, or you could just save yourself the cash and dignity and wear one or the other. The choice is yours.
Brett Williams is an editorial assistant at Supercompressor. His wrist can only handle one thing at a time, because of all the friendship bracelets, of course.
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