Apple and Nike have already fostered a partnership for a collaborative product: the result was the Apple Watch Nike+, a variation of the Apple Watch Series 2. Now the two companies have teamed up again to release a limited edition timepiece: the Apple Watch NikeLab.
Nike and Apple didn’t exactly reinvent the wheel with the new model, and the differences are essentially cosmetic. The Apple Watch NikeLab features a new, neutral color scheme, with the watch boasting a Light Bone/Black sports band and a branded pin with the NikeLab Innovation x Innovators logo. This is all on top of the Space Grey Apple Watch, offered in 38mm and 42mm case size options.
Another difference is the addition of the special Nike+ watch faces to change the look up a bit. The brand logo, and a more fitness-oriented layout, distinguish the readout.
The Apple Watch NikeLab comes with a built-in heart rate monitor, up to 150 feet of water resistance, and the ability to store and stream music via wireless Bluetooth headphones. It comes with all other features available on current Apple Watch models.
The 38mm version retails for $369 with the larger 42mm example selling for $399—the same pricing as the other Apple Watch Nike+ models.