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Apple Watch Nike Series 5 available now with lengthy wait


It's not 'Nike+' anymore.
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Apple Watch Nike Series 5 is today available to order from the Apple Online Store.

The sportier model is priced the same as its entry-level siblings, with prices starting at $399. But you will be waiting a long time for delivery, with many models not shipping for up to 10 weeks.

Apple Watch Nike edition is essentially the same as other models. It has the same always-on display and identical internals. It comes in the same 40mm and 44mm sizes — with or without cellular.

The reason for choosing the Nike model is its exclusive bands and watch faces. If that’s exactly what you’ve been waiting for, today is the day to place your order.

Order Apple Watch Nike Series 5 now

You can buy Apple Watch Nike in silver or space gray aluminum. Nike Sport bands are available in royale pulse/black, desert sand/black, black/pink burst, pure platinum/black, and anthracite/black.

You can also choose the Nike Sport Loop in desert sand/volt, pink blast/true berry, royal pulse/lava glow, summit white, and black.

The 40mm GPS model is priced at $399, while adding cellular raises the price to $499. The 44mm GPS model starts at $429, and goes up to $529 with cellular connectivity.

You’ll face a lengthy wait

You’ll face a lengthy wait for most Apple Watch Nike options. Some are shipping in 6-7 weeks, while others will take a whopping 9-10 weeks.

A small few, such as the silver models with black Sport bands, are currently shipping in under one week.

Apple Watch Nike Series 5 isn’t yet available to purchase from the Nike Store in the U.S. — it is listed as “coming soon.” But it is now available from Nike in the U.K.


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