Many of us after the presentation of the new Apple Watch, were impatient to be able to use it and see what goodness it offered us, and also, why not, try it on to see how it feels.
Well, thanks to designer Martin Hajek we will be able to do it. However, it will be a version of the same made in 3D printing and plastic. Anyone who has a 3D printer and is willing to pay $35 for the file to be downloaded (compatible with most 3D printers) is a candidate to try it out. We also offer both models of the Apple Watch, the 38 and the 42 mm, so you can check which one is the best for your wrist or your preferences.
They also give us a solution for those who do not have a 3D printer. In the United States there are companies like UPS or Staples that give us the possibility of printing in 3D in their franchises. As we are lucky or unfortunately not in America you will be able to find the nearest establishment to your location that has the service of 3D printing thanks to Makexyz
The real device is currently at a special event taking place this afternoon at the French establishment of Colette, demonstrating the approach Apple wants to give to the company’s youngest son, where fashion and style are its main allies. It is not in vain that they have taken care of the smallest detail as far as design is concerned.
Of course there is no doubt that the Apple Watch has been stepping on it and although we will have to wait until 2015 to begin to see what Apple has prepared for us we are beginning to have the first fruits of what will undoubtedly be one of the star terminals of the giant of the bitten apple.