Motorola Moto 360 – A Modern Timepiece

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Amazon Price: $204.93 (as of October 22, 2017 5:09 pm – Details). Product prices and availability are accurate as of the date/time indicated and are subject to change. Any price and availability information displayed on the Amazon site at the time of purchase will apply to the purchase of this product.

Moto 360 is a modern timepiece powered by Android Wear. Comfortable, familiar, and crafted with the finest materials, Moto 360 keeps you up to date without taking you away from the moment. Glance at your wrist to see updates or just speak to get the info you need. Because it’s time a watch told you more than just the time. features a 1.56″ LCD touch screen that displays alerts from your compatible Android device. A Bluetooth 4.0 interface helps simplify wireless pairing. Product Features Quality craftsmanship Finely crafted with stainless-steel, genuine leather from Horween and scratch-resistant Corning Gorilla glass. Responds to your voice Just speak to get the info you need using the dual microphones. K. Doubles as an activity tracker Track your steps and heart rate with a built-in pedometer and heart rate monitor. Works with your Android phone Pair with most smartphones running Android 4.3 or higher. Bluetooth 4.0 technology Pairs with your smartphone through the latest Bluetooth technology. Sensors Include a pedometer, an ambient light sensor and an optical heart rate monitor (PPG) for versatile use. Mobile notifications Let you view alerts from your device simply by looking at your wrist. A vibration option provides discreet alerts. Built-in microphone Allows clear hands-free communication. 1.56″ LCD touch screen With Corning Gorilla Glass 3 construction, 320 x 290 resolution and 205 pip makes navigation simple and clearly presents visuals. Stainless-steel case With a plastic case back and a leather watch band creates a stylish, yet durable, design. All-day battery Go all day and recharge on a dock at night. 4GB internal storage and 512MB RAM Help ensure fast, efficient performance. What’s Included: •Motorola Moto 360 Smart Watch for Android Devices 4.3 or Higher •Wireless charging dock •Wall charger •Quick-start guide

 

Features

Responds to voice and gestures

Voice control makes it easy to get things done, even when your hands are full. Send texts, set a reminder, or check the weather, all with just your voice

Timely updates at a glance

Moto 360 displays timely notifications based on where you are and what you’re doing, so you always stay on track. Weather, flight alerts, traffic and more, all powered by Android Wear

Moto Body

Moto Body is the built-in activity tracker that inspires a healthier lifestyle. Track your steps, calories and heart rate throughout the day. Then receive coaching advice to help you reach your fitness goals

Features

Always on, at a glance

Ambient mode keeps always-on apps like maps, fitness, or to-do lists running in full screen, helping extend battery life while keeping your details at the ready

An app for everything

Moto 360 features Android apps, putting a universe of fun and productivity right on your wrist. Your options are nearly endless, and always growing

Send a smile (or something else)

Go beyond 😉 and draw emojis directly on your Moto 360 screen with your finger, from coffee cups to to a thumbs-up

 

Customer Reviews

this product is awesome. just awesome

12 people found this helpful.
 on February 26, 2015
By Yaser S.
this product is awesome. just awesome. everything on your mobile turns into notification on the watch that u can control.

Immediately Useful

10 people found this helpful.
 on August 8, 2015
By amel808
This watch was worth it to me at the new lower price of $199. After using it for a few days now, it wouldn’t have been worth it for me to have spent more. I have gone the total Droid route. Unwittingly though, I have done this with Motorola products. I have a Nexus 6 by Motorola, Motorola SF600 Wireless Sports Headphones, and now this watch, Motorola Moto 360. They work seamlessly together. My favorite feature is to say “Ok Google” and I pretty much can do most of what I want through that feature. Here’s a few features I benefited from already after just a few days of using it:

Watchie/Techie

561 people found this helpful.
 on October 5, 2014
By JC
I like tech and I like watches. I consider myself a mid-level watch guy (Not a Timex but not a Rolex). My watch of choice is Bulova (when they were still American Made). I have one in particular that I wear almost all of the time. I’ve been using the Moto360 for a week now and I wanted to offer up my opinion on this very innovative piece of hardware.

As expected! Some good research before purchase will be beneficial.

3 people found this helpful.
 on March 14, 2015
By GMan
After months of debating whether or not to get a smart watch, I have finally done it. I have to say I am very pleased with the Moto 360. A lot of the points that had stopped me from the initial reviews were the battery life, the resolution and the general usability. Once I saw & read reviews about the improvements in those aspects with the release of the Lollipop update, I decided to get it.

It makes handling texts and other notifications a breeze and looks super slick! I know its not the newest kid …

4 people found this helpful.
 on August 9, 2015
By Eric D.
I am really enjoying this watch! It makes handling texts and other notifications a breeze and looks super slick! I know its not the newest kid on the block or maybe doeasnt have the latest processor but it does everything I could want and more! I was considering this or the zenwatch but after putting a metal band on the moto 360 I know I made the right choice! There is no comparison on style and looks which the moto 360 wins hands down! Plus the screen is more vibrant and poppy than I would have expected and the watch handles everything I throw at it. If you want to get into the world of smart watches then this is a great look into what android wear is all about!

Doubling the Battery Life & Loving Wifi

2 people found this helpful.
 on September 30, 2015
By Curt S.
I’ve had it for a week, and loving it more each day! The battery life can be doubled by two things. 1) Turning off the Google Fit and Moto Body, when you don’t need your heartbeat monitored all day. I read another review explaining that the heart monitor checks your heart rate 216 times a day! Not doubt that uses a good amount of battery. So, I turned it off and my battery life improved significantly. Just turn it back on with one of those fitness apps when you need it for exercise. 2) Through the Android Wear App, you can turn off the “Tilt to wake” under settings (gear icon). This is will keep the screen from coming on unnecessarily as you move your arm around (as in driving), and my watch was at 50% at the end of the day! And if you turn this “wake” feature off, you simply need to wake it by tapping the screen or hitting the button to see the time. Your notifications will still vibrate and wake the screen as they come in. Of course, if you really want the watch to wake every time you flip your wrist – you need to go back into Android Wear Settings and turn the wake feature on. Overall, Moto 360 can still last all day with these battery suckers on, once you get past playing with it too much. For accurate battery percentages, I also took the advice to let it die to 0% once and recharge it to full. Some owners argue that the battery simply needs to be recalibrated.. I was worried about battery life the first two days and this seemed to help.

Great Android wear watch!

2 people found this helpful.
 on December 20, 2015
By TK
I consider myself a techie and I really like the first gen 360 smartwatch. I upgraded from a 1st gen pebble and I love some of the additional things I can do with this watch.
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