Only 53 stores across the globe will be privileged to sell the Gold Edition Apple Watch

The Apple Watch is probably got most of the California based company’s fans salivating, but I’m sure that’s also the case with others as well. However, that being said, the ones waiting for the far more ostentatious Gold Edition Apple Watch, in the range of $5000 to around $17,000, are probably just waiting to add the next device to their collection of Apple knick knacks due to its tremendous status uplifting quotient. But just to ensure that the watch is available to those deserving, Apple has listed out the names of 53 specific stores that are deemed worthy of carrying their wrist-tech in its golden avatar.

Of course the more reasonable explanation for this exclusivity would be that the company is a little worried about supply meeting demand, so limiting the availability, at least on the brick and mortar front, could be a good idea. If you’re one of those waiting for the Gold Edition, then chances are money is no object and traveling to these locations, if you’re not already living there, will be a non-issue. Either way, all the regular Joes need be worried about is if the global gold supply can hold out.

The list of the stores where you can grab your Apple Watch Gold edition are listed below –

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• New York City – Fifth Avenue, SoHo, Upper West Side
• Boston – Boylston Street
• Chicago – North Michigan Avenue, Lincoln Park
• Philadelphia – Walnut Street
• Washington DC – Georgetown
• Atlanta – Lenox Square
• Miami – Lincoln Road
• Virginia – Tyson’s Corner Center
• Newark, Delaware – Christiana Mall
• Bay Area – San Francisco, Stanford
• Los Angeles – The Grove, Third St. (Santa Monica), South Coast (Costa Mesa)
• Las Vegas – Fashion Show
• Houston – Highland Village
• Dallas – Northpark Center
• Seattle – Bellevue Square

• London – Covent Garden, Regent Street, Selfridges

• Toronto – Eaton Centre
• Montreal – Sainte-Catherine

• Sydney – George Street
• Brisbane – MacArthur Chambers
• Melbourne – Southland (Cheltenham)

• Paris – Carrousel du Louvre, Opera, Galeries Lafayette

• Berlin – Kurfurstendamm
• Munich – Rosenstrasse

Hong Kong:
• Festival Walk
• International Finance Centre (IFC)
• Causeway Bay

• Tokyo – Isetan, Ginza, Omotesando
• Osaka – Shinsaibashi

[Via – Slash-Gear]