As the Apple Watch has already started shipping out to customers, the Cupertino-based company has made it pretty clear that the wearable device is only available to purchase online. However, according to The New York Times, certain boutique outlets have a small quantity of the wearable device available to sell in stores starting April 24th. The NYT noted that Dover Street Market in Tokyo and London, Colette Paris, 10 Corso Como in Milan, the Corner in Berlin, and Maxfield in Los Angeles will all have the smartwatch in stock. These stores are all listed as “official” stockists of the Apple Watch.

Dover Street Market’s CEO Adrian Joffe noted that the smartwatch will be available for purchase starting April 24th. Joffe even went as far as revealing how many units are in stock- the London store has approximately 570 units and the Tokyo store has about 350 units. It was noted that the most expensive model, the Apple Watch Edition is currently on backorder so the stores will only be carrying the Apple Watch and Apple Watch Sport. The number of each piece was not revealed, however. It was also reported that the 10 Corso Como store in Milan won’t be selling the smartwatch until sometime in May and won’t be available on April 24th.

Source: The New York Times