High-end models of Apple's Watch, which apparently has its official release tomorrow, could carry a price tag of at least $10,000.
Instead, it will apparently come loaded with the same functionality as Cupertino's Apple Watch Sport, encased in aluminium and expected to retail at $350.
The iThing vendor will sell 18 models from its Watch collection.
Apparently, Facebook has been among a number of third party developers to code apps to run on the watch, which will need to be charged once a day if fanbois want the gadget to continue to tell them the time.
Rest assured, The Register will bring you full Apple wrist action as it happens tomorrow. You lucky, lucky people. ®