The all-in-one Apple Watch spreadsheet | The Robservatory

By my count, Apple will be shipping 38 separate models of watches. There’s a gallery page at Apple’s site where you can page through all of the watches, and get the details on each specific model. You can also view the watches in the store, where you can find pricing info.

Both of these solutions, though, require lots of paging and scrolling to get all the details. I was curious as to how all the watches compared, so I pulled data from those sources and made one massive spreadsheet:

Rob Griffiths likes to make spreadsheets. He looked at each Apple Watch model, and noted the size and weight, of both cases and bands, and put it into one easy-to-read table.

What strikes me is the fact that, for example, the black sport band weighs 40 grams, and the white model 51 grams. Why would different colors weigh more or less, especially that much?

The one thing he didn’t note was the length of the bands (Rob, get back to work!). You can find that here.

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6 thoughts on “The all-in-one Apple Watch spreadsheet | The Robservatory

  1. I’m disappointed that we can’t select the watch body and bands separately. Each body should come with a sport band (of any color), standard. If you select a nicer band, the price would increase accordingly, just like customizing a Mac.
    As an example, I am leaning toward the space gray Sport model, but I’m gonna have to spend an extra $49 for the green sport band that I want (to match my iPhone 6 Plus). I’m also considering the stainless steel model, but the black model is only available with the link bracelet for $1099.

    • I agree, but that would be a logistical nightmare. Most people will want the watch with a band. So get the Sport band, then take some time to look at others. There have already been some third parties announcing bands, so I think we’ll see a very active market for Apple Watch compatible bands pretty quickly.

      I also like the black Steel watch, and it’s a shame it comes with the link bracelet, which is far too heavy and clunky for me.

  2. I’m disappointed that we can’t select the watch body and bands separately. Each body should come with a sport band (of any color), standard. If you select a nicer band, the price would increase accordingly, just like customizing a Mac.
    As an example, I am leaning toward the space gray Sport model, but I’m gonna have to spend an extra $49 for the green sport band that I want (to match my iPhone 6 Plus). I’m also considering the stainless steel model, but the black model is only available with the link bracelet for $1099.

    • I agree, but that would be a logistical nightmare. Most people will want the watch with a band. So get the Sport band, then take some time to look at others. There have already been some third parties announcing bands, so I think we’ll see a very active market for Apple Watch compatible bands pretty quickly.

      I also like the black Steel watch, and it’s a shame it comes with the link bracelet, which is far too heavy and clunky for me.

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