Earlier this month, Motorola Mobility revealed a pair of new slim metal wristbands for its Moto 360 smartwatch, but absent from the company’s announcement were release dates for these stylish options. Today, however, the firm started listing these alternative bands as available on its website, but they carry a slightly higher asking price.

The silver stainless steel 18mm band will set you back $300, which is on a par with the timepiece’s thicker, darker 23mm options. But if you’re really trying to score style points, the swanky Champagne Gold version of the Moto 360 can be yours for $330. While they don’t add anything new in terms of functionality, it’s great to see Motorola supporting its new wearable and giving consumers options.

So far, Motorola’s website appears to be the only place where you can purchase these new options, so you’ll probably want to move quickly if you’re trying to pick one up this holiday season.

(via Motorola)

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