You can now buy Motorola’s slim steel Moto 360


moto 360 slim steel band

If you were waiting for Motorola’s slim steel Moto 360 bands you’ll be glad to know that they’re now available for purchase. You can grab yourself the silver version for $299, though the champagne gold edition stands to run you about $30 more.

The slim steel bands are a great option for those with petite wrists (read: ladies) who might not fancy a thicker option. Of course, you’re more than welcome to attach your own compatible wrist strap if you have the know how, but if you’re looking for a starting point this isn’t a bad way to go. Be sure to order one at Motorola’s site if you’re interested.

Quentyn Kennemer
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  1. The question is, Why is the Gold 360 with the wider band not available?

    1. im sure in time

    2. That gold one is so fly.

  2. The gold one looks like C-3PO’s face.

  3. The Add to Cart button won’t enable. Clicking on the slim gold one does nothing. Seems like their site is broken on both mobile and desktop (Chrome).

    1. You have to refresh the page a few times.

      1. Yeah, their site is still having problems. Looks like a lot of people are interested :) Est. Delivery Thursday, 12/04/14*

    2. It’s working now. Gold slim ordered for wife! Thanks for this post, I’ve been waiting on this for a while now!

  4. That bezel…

  5. Still waiting for Moto to drop the TI chip-set and go to something more up-to date.

    1. I’ve been using my Moto 360 since launch, and even though I got a defective unit and had to use my warranty to get a replacement, I have no complaints about the actual performance. It’s enough to run android wear, which is just a notification hub, and some minor phone functions. There wouldn’t. Be huge performance gains to going to a snapdragon 400 with 3 of its cores disabled. There would definitely be battery efficency gains but not much of a tangible performance gain.

      1. Purely for the battery efficiency gains, I too would like to see Moto to drop the ageing TI chip in favour for a more efficient chip. The Snapdragon 400 would have achieved this even if any potential performance boost wasn’t even needed. Battery life is the main gripe with most people.

        1. Battery life was my biggest gripe too but I still make it through a full work day with about 15%left when I get home. I think there’s a good chance we’ll see the 400 or 410 in the next gen moto 360.

          1. Yeah, I can make it through a long day with battery left most of the time but knowing I can make it through a whole weekend on one charge would be nicer especially in those days when you may forget to charge it at night. Anyhow, I’m really liking the Moto 360 and hope the next gen only goes on to improve it.

  6. Such a thick watch for a skinny band. Gonna look like an Oreo glued to a shoelace.

    1. I think it looks good.

  7. Wake me up when we can buy just the metal band….

  8. Where the hell are the standalone metal bands? Just ridiculous.

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