Deal: $100 off the Moto 360 at Best Buy and Motorola.com


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Motorola is looking to move a lot more Moto 360 units in preparation for the arrival of the new model coming later this year. They and Best Buy have discounted the smart watch to $100, which effectively makes the cheapest option cost just $150.

We’ve fallen in love with a few other smart watches since the Moto 360’s release, but we’d by lying if we said we didn’t still feel it was a smartphone worth buying. The flat tire design can be annoying, yes, but you can do some cool things to alleviate the pain. And it might not have the longest battery life ever or even use Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 400 like all the other cool wrist dwellers, but it holds its own quite well.

You should give our Moto 360 review a read if you’re on the fence, and should you decide to get one you can make your purchase at Best Buy here or Motorola’s site right here.

Quentyn Kennemer
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  1. amazon too, but only on the grey leather one.

    EDIT: black one too now

    1. Good. I saw the leather one earlier and was disappointed, although I’m starting to like the metallic watch face (I’d swap the band anyways)

  2. “but we’d by lying if we said we didn’t still feel it was a smartphone worth buying.” I know it’s good, but it’s deff not a phone, just a watch.

  3. It’s on eBay also, but sadly my 5X eBay bucks offer is only for $150+. That & 1.2% cash back would have been nice (and then I’d have used a $75 gc someone gave me)

  4. The way the price keeps dropping, I’ll wait until next month and snag one for $100.

  5. “…didn’t still feel it was a smartphone worth buying. ” shouldn’t that be smartwatch? :-)

  6. Can anyone give a legitimate reason to buy a smartwatch? I mean seriously, its just an extension of your phone, which is more than likely already in your pocket. I know people who say they get notifications on their watch and then grab their phone to deal with them. Whats the point?

    As much as I want to like them, they’re just a gimmick.

    1. I’m interested in one that I can go running with and listen to music on without having to carry my phone with me. The Sony Smartwatch has gps at least. I may just go for a fitness band and keep the phone on me though.

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