The Apple Watch is all set to be available for previews and try-on appointments at Apple Store from April 10. The buying experience of the watch will be significantly different from other Apple products, and customers will be guided by a specialist during their try-on appointments.
Apple will also be selling straps for the Apple Watch at its retail and online stores, and is in fact, even encouraging users to mix ‘n’ match them. However, it looks like the Cupertino company will not be allowing customers to try different Apple Watch bands in its retail stores during their try-on appointments if the the retail training documents received by MacRumors are to be believed.
According to retail training materials MacRumors received, Apple specifically states that they “will not size links or swap bands” at the Try-on table or Try-on cases
This is presumably done by the company in the interest of time as it does not want each try-on appointment to last more than 15 minutes. As a report from earlier today had revealed, each Apple Watch try-on table will have up to 18 units of the Watch in different colors and configurations, while try-on cases will have up to 10 different units.