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[Deal] 45mm Moto 360 Sport for $111.95

Moto 360 Sport

The #Moto360Sport is now available for just $111.95 on eBay. The seller only has the White version of the smartwatch in stock, which means you don’t have much say in terms of colors. But that shouldn’t be much of a problem since the White model is the most attractive variant (for me anyway).

The smartwatch runs Android Wear by default and comes with support for all major updates that are sent out by Google. So how is this different from the standard Moto 360? Well, it comes with a bunch of fitness related features that make it ideal for runners and athletes. There’s built in GPS, a heart-rate sensor and a whole lot more with the Moto 360 Sport.

It can easily replace the best of your fitness bands that are selling in the market. Keeping this in mind, be sure to check out the wearable from the eBay link below.

Get the Moto 360 Sport for just $111.95! 

[Deal] Moto 360 Sport for $99.99

Moto 360 Sport

The #Moto360Sport is now available for just $99.99 on eBay. This is Motorola/Lenovo’s most recent smartwatch which was released late last year. The device runs Android Wear out of the box, with support for all of the new features that have been released by Google. The 360 Sport also features GPS and WiFi, which makes it perfect for outdoor run sessions as well as cycling.

The Moto 360 Sport here is available only in White, so you have don’t have plenty of choices. But that shouldn’t be much of a problem since the White variant is the preferred choice for many. Given the price that it’s selling for, the Moto 360 Sport is a pretty attractive offering and something that could be gifted to your loved ones as well.

The smartwatch might not stay in stock for long, so we suggest you head over to the eBay link below.

Get the Moto 360 Sport for just $99.99 on eBay!

[Deal] Moto 360 Sport for $124.99

Moto 360 Sport

Moto 360 Sport

You can now grab the 45mm #Moto360Sport for just $124.99 on eBay. This is a significantly discounted price on the original price tag of the wearable, which makes this a fairly attractive deal for everyone. The Moto 360 Sport is basically like the standard 2nd gen Moto 360, but with some added features which will appeal to the fitness buffs. If you’re one to go on a jog or want to track your workouts every day, then the Moto 360 Sport is meant for you.

What’s even better is that the seller is offering the smartwatch in two colors – White and Orange/Flame. That’s plenty of options for a wearable. The Moto 360 Sport comes with standard Android Wear related features on board as well, so it’s not just a fitness wearable. The smartwatch comes with a 45mm band. Be sure to check out the smartwatch from eBay’s page below.

Check out the Moto 360 Sport for just $124.99 on eBay!

[Deal] Moto 360 Sport for $152.99

Moto 360 Sport

You can now get the 45mm Moto 360 Sport for just $152.99 on eBay. This model was launched last year alongside the standard 2nd gen Moto 360. Naturally, it’s quite different from the regular Moto 360, although mostly in terms of external appearance. The Moto 360 Sport being offered here only comes in a White variant though, so there aren’t many colors to choose from.

This is designed to be a fitness tracker first and a smartwatch next. It has some exclusive applications and features that will help you remain motivated to start runs or workouts at your convenient time. Given how much we shell out for standalone fitness trackers these days, the Moto 360 Sport for just under $153 seems like a steal in our books.

Make sure you head over to the eBay link below to have a gander at the smartwatch. The wearable appears to be brand new, so you’re not settling for a refurbished unit here.

Get the Moto 360 Sport for just $152.99 on eBay!

Motorola giving away the Moto 360 Sport with the Moto X Pure Edition

Moto 360 Sport

Moto 360 Sport

#Motorola is currently offering a pretty sweet deal on the Moto X Pure Edition (64GB). On purchase of the handset, the company is basically throwing in the Moto 360 Sport for free. That’s about $200 in savings, which is pretty sweet considering the items on offer. There are no coupon codes to enter here and you simply have to add both devices to your cart and see the magic happen on the checkout page.

The Moto 360 Sport is an attractive offering and comes with a variety of fitness and sports-related apps. On the hardware front, you’re getting the ability to pair headphones, track your runs using GPS and more, so it’s a pretty well equipped fitness companion, in addition to being an Android Wear smartwatch, of course.

The deal expires at 10:59AM Central Time on the 28th of June, so you have until Tuesday to make the most of the deal. Head over to Motorola’s site to grab the deal right away.

Source: Motorola

[Deal] Moto 360 Sport for $161.32

Moto 360 Sport

Moto 360 Sport

The #Moto360Sport is now available for just $161.32 via Amazon, which is a resounding discount compared to its standard price of $199.99 (originally $299). The discount is only available for the Black version of the smartwatch, and you will still have to spend $199.99 if you’re interested in the White or Orange version of the smartwatch.

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For those unaware, the Moto 360 Sport is the company’s sports oriented smartwatch and not just fitness tracker. The array of sports and fitness related features give it the ‘Sport’ moniker, but in essence, it’s just the regular Moto 360 with attractive rubber straps. Keeping that in mind, a price of $161.32 is pretty decent on this wearable.

Given the nature of discounts and deals online, we are not sure if this is just a clearance sale or a permanent price reduction, although we’re betting it’s the former. Make sure you head over to Amazon to snatch up the Moto 360 Sport on the cheap.

Crazy Deal: Get a 64GB Moto X Pure Edition and Moto 360 Sport for just $399.99

Moto 360 Sport

Customers can now get the 64GB Moto X Pure Edition as well as a Moto 360 Sport for just $399.99. What’s even better is that the deal comes directly from Moto and not a third party retailer. Getting hold of the deal involves applying a couple of coupon codes, but when you’re saving nearly $350, that’s not really a concern, is it?

You will first have to navigate to the Moto Maker page of the Moto X Pure Edition, select the 64GB model and add it to your cart. Beyond this, you will need to enter the coupon code CLASSOF2016. This will discount the handset by $50.

Now, you will simply have to add the Moto 360 Sport to your cart and then finally enter the coupon code JUNEMOTO360 to get the smartwatch for free. It’s pretty simple when you think about it and since Motorola is not openly endorsing it, this could very well be a glitch in the system. Hit the Moto Maker page below to get cracking.

Source: Moto Maker (Moto X Pure Edition) (Moto 360 Sport)

[Deal] Moto 360 Sport for $236

Moto 360 Sport

Moto 360 Sport

The #Moto360Sport is a pretty expensive smartwatch as we all know. At $300, it wasn’t really appealing to a lot of users. It seems like Motorola is slowly beginning to realize that as it is now offering the sports-oriented smartwatch for just $236 via online retailer Amazon. This is a whopping $64 discount on the standard asking price, which puts it in the league of most other smartwatches that are available in the market.

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If pricing was the primary concern to stop yourself from getting the Moto 360, this deal should make it a more exciting proposition for you. For now, the deal is only valid on the Black version of the wearable, while other models are still selling for $299.99. So perhaps this is a stock clearance sale or a way to move more units of the Black Moto 360 Sport. Whatever the case, we’re not in a position to complain.

Make sure you hurry, though, as Motorola could be quick to revert back to the $300 pricing for the smartwatch.

Best early 2016 Android smartwatches money can buy

The signs were there for a pretty long time, but it wasn’t until the 2016 Consumer Electronics Show kicked off in Las Vegas a few weeks back that we realized how wearables had graduated from experimental companion devices to mainstream-oriented tech headliners.

Model smartwatch

Quick, can you name a tablet introduced at CES that stuck with you and has the potential of selling in more than a couple thousand copies? How about two or three phones? Meanwhile, we bet you immediately recall the Fitbit Blaze, Casio Smart Outdoor Watch, HTC HealthBox, Mio Slice, Withings Go, Fossil Q54 Pilot or Razer Nabu Watch.

Granted, we don’t think each of those products will make it in millions of connected homes or on millions of wrists by the end of the year. But even if only one or two strike gold at the global box-office, that means something, given the overall recent rise of the smartwatch, and further forecasted segment growth.

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Besides, the Mobile World Congress approaches, and so, in just a few short months, we might be looking at an entirely different top ten list than the one we’ll lay out as follows:

Huawei Watch – $329 and up

It feels odd to begin one of these roundups, where gadgets are ordered from costliest to cheapest, with a Huawei, since the Chinese OEM generally stands out by offering unbeatable quality – price ratios. But truly, if fashion’s all you care about, the Huawei Watch is your go-to smartwatch.

Huawei Watch

It blends premium scratch-resistant sapphire crystal with cold-forged stainless steel casing, and tops it all off with your choice of leather or steel straps. If money’s not an issue, you can even plate the Android Wear timepiece in rose gold, and both men and women will see their very different thirst for elegance quenched.

Motorola Moto 360 (2nd gen) – $300

Moto 360

Again with the ill-fated flat tire? Come on, Lenovo, there has to be a better, chicer way of masking sensors. Oh, well, at least the 2015 Moto 360 is sold in separate “collections” for gentlemen and ladies, with 300 bucks, for instance, buying you a robust 42mm model for men coated entirely in black, leather band included.

Motorola Moto 360 Sport – $300

Moto 360 Sport

In a nutshell, it’s the same device as the one above, only sportier. At first glance, it’s slightly less physically attractive, but it makes up with a “hybrid” AnyLight display, built-in GPS, and water resistance up to 30 minutes and 3 feet.

Samsung Gear S2 – $290; $349 Classic version

Not quite as stylish as Huawei’s eye-catching Apple Watch “killer”, at least in standard, non-gold or platinum editions, the Gear S2 also doesn’t run Android Wear. But technically, it supports all 4.4 and up smartphones no problem, so aside from minor UI distinctions, it’s the same exact thing.

Samsung Gear S2

It’s ironically not compatible with iPhones however (not yet), and in entry-level configurations, it comes paired with a chintzy plastic band. On the bright side, it’s circular, which is always a good thing, and that rotating bezel ensures easy, intuitive navigation.

Fossil Q Founder – $275

“Classic design meets smart technology.” It’s how the well-known American manufacturer of dumb watches, jewelry, and other fashion accessories promotes its rookie Android Wear effort. The question is just how classic and smart the Q Founder really is?

Fossil Q Founder

On one hand, the design is indeed enticing but not overly flashy, and on the other, you get basic touchscreen functionality, notifications and activity tracking but no GPS capabilities, heart rate monitoring or liquid protection. Bottom line, perhaps a price cut is already in order.

LG Watch Urbane – $239 in pink gold; $249 in silver

LG Watch Urbane

Speaking of discounts, this flamboyant bad boy used to fetch 350 bucks, and now, it feels slightly underwhelming even at less than 250. Don’t get us wrong, it’s still in the top three prettiest Android-supporting smartwatches in the world, but it’s hardly a fitness pro or battery champion.

Only rated at around a day of normal usage between charges, the Urbane continues to shine in the display department, thanks to a perfectly round 1.3-inch 320 x 320 pixels resolution P-OLED.

Pebble Time Round – starting at $230

Pebble Time Round

Launched at $250, the first circular, semi-handsome Pebble was at one point slashed to $200, and currently goes for $230, which is a little steep for such a “bezelicious” smartwatch. Its main claim to fame is a lightweight, skinny construction (28 grams and 7.5mm), while the e-paper screen looks a little cartoonish, but saves battery, letting you aggressively use the Time Round for north of two days on a single charge.

Fitbit Blaze – $200 on pre-order

A new wave pioneer from the leader in fitness wristbands, the Blaze tries hard to copy the Apple Watch without also mimicking its extravagant pricing. Thus, it’s nowhere near as premium-looking and robustly built as the best-selling iOS-compatible wearable, but the form factor, shape and even advertising campaign sure feel familiar.

Fitbit Blaze

Like any Fitbit, the focus is on getting the owner in shape, via guided workouts, all-day, everyday activity and sleep tracking, multi-sport modes for real-time statistic separation, and last but not least, no-chest strap PurePulse heart rate checkups. Such a shame you need to wait until mid-March to have this amazing smartwatch/fitness band crossover device shipped stateside.

Sony SmartWatch 3 – $195

Sony SmartWatch 3

Very recently axed by Google from its official store, this transflective display-sporting wearable remains an Amazon must-buy, as long as you don’t care how it looks on your wrist. Spoiler alert – pretty crappy. Its key strength is a standalone GPS chip, which keeps up with you while disconnected from your handheld, but the 320 x 320 screen is quite sharp too, and the gizmo can easily withstand the occasional splash or light rain.

Also, the SmartWatch 3 should last “up to 2 days of normal use” between charges.

Asus ZenWatch 2 – $129

Asus ZenWatch 2

Why exactly is this Android Wear piece available at such a ridiculously low price? Is it because it’s ugly? Well, it’s not, though we wouldn’t exactly call it beautiful either. Is it because it’s manufactured by Asus? It shouldn’t, since the Taiwanese OEM has been responsible for many Android and Windows hits over the past few years.

Then what the heck is it? We honestly have no idea, so before retailers start catching on, be sure to buy a couple. They provide all the basics and more, including a Gorilla Glass 3-protected 1.63-inch AMOLED panel, built-in Wi-Fi, IP67 water resistance, Google Now cards, notifications, voice actions, “accurate” fitness tracking, and 4GB internal storage space.

Moto 360 Sport makes its way to the Google Store for $299

Moto 360 Sport

Moto 360 Sport

The #Moto360Sport went live on the #MotoMaker last week and has been available through a bunch of other retailers since then. The smartwatch can now be snatched from the Google Store as well, thus broadening its retail presence.

Naturally, the pricing will remain unchanged at $299. Customers get to pick between the Orange and the White watch bands for the Sport version of Motorola’s most recent smartwatch. Given that the wearable is also sold through retailers like Best Buy, it was only a matter of time before the Google Store joined in. You can also check out Moto Maker if you want deeper control over the customization of your wearable.

The Moto 360 Sport has received mixed response from the American populace so far, which means that it hasn’t managed to replicate the success of the standard Moto 360 (2nd gen) that was released in late 2015. Head over to the link below to buy the Moto 360 Sport from the Google Store.

Source: Google Store

Moto 360 Sport now up for grabs at $299.99

Moto 360 Sport

Moto 360 Sport

#Motorola is now offering the #Moto360Sport smartwatch from its official store for $299.99. This is the same price as the standard second gen #Moto360 and the wearable even shares most of the hardware with the regular model.

Thanks to the use of silicone bands, the Sport is designed to absorb sweat and provide a hassle free workout for athletes and everyday users. The smartwatch is currently limited to Motorola’s official site, but we should see it hitting the Google Store as well as other third party retail outlets like Best Buy, Amazon etc very soon.

Thanks to the use of clever hardware, the smartwatch can function independently without a smartphone by its side. The Moto 360 Sport comes with a GPS of its own, so you can track your runs accordingly and sync it later with all your devices. There’s a standalone music player as well, which will help to a great extent during your runs or workouts.

The smartwatch will be available in White, Black or Orange bands, which can be easily replaced by the users at a later date.

Interested? Hit the official Motorola link below for more details.

Source: Motorola

Moto 360 Sport landing in the U.S. on Jan 7 for $299

Moto 360 Sport

Moto 360 Sport

The #Moto360Sport was announced alongside the 2nd gen #Moto360 back in September, but never saw an official release in the markets. Motorola has now announced that this “Sport” version of the popular Moto 360 smartwatch will be up for grabs starting January 7 from the company’s own online store as well as a handful of other online retailers.

The smartwatch will hit Best Buy stores and Motorola’s Downtown Chicago store starting January 10, so you can walk over to the outlet and check out the wearable in person.

One of the marquee features of the Moto 360 Sport is the presence of AnyLight, which essentially allows users to get the same level of visibility from the display both indoors and outdoors in broad daylight. This model also has compatibility with the Moto Body app which functions based on the GPS sensor that is present on the device.

Barring these features and the sporty looking silicone watch band, the Moto 360 Sport features exactly the same hardware specs sheet as the 2nd gen Moto 360 (including the flat tyre display).

Any takers?

Source: Motorola Blog