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Nike Announces New, Limited Edition Apple Watch Dubbed 'NikeLab'

Nike Announces New, Limited Edition Apple Watch Dubbed 'NikeLab'

Nike today has introduced Apple Watch NikeLab, a new limited edition Apple Watch that is separate from their existing Apple Watch Nike+ line that was announced alongside the introduction of the Apple Watch Series 2 previous year.

The Apple Watch NikeLab edition also includes that not-so-sought-after "NikeLab Innovation x Innovators logo" on the inside of the band. Assuming this is a comprehensive list of sellers, it means you won't be able to get the Watch from the Apple Store.

Perhaps Apple is throwing Nike a bone, by giving the company an exclusive product to drive people to Nike.com and to the NikeLab locations to see all the other innovative bone-colored stuff they sell.

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The limited edition Apple Watch NikeLab will be available starting April 27 at NikeLab doors and at an Apple Tokyo pop-up in Isetan.

Apple and Nike first teamed up in September of 2016 for the Nike+ Apple Watch that launched alongside Apple's own set of Series 2 Apple Watch devices.

Nike has news out today concerning the latest fruits of its partnership with Apple.


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