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Motorola announced earlier this month that it would soon begin to offer interchangeable leather and metal bands for the Moto 360, and today, those accessories have gone up for sale. A standalone leather band for the Moto 360 runs $29.99 and is available in either cognac (brown), stone, or black.  Metal bands cost $79.99 and are available in light and dark finishes.

Motorola says that swapping in a new band is similar to other watches and advises that customers take their watch to a local jeweler for assistance. We explained when the Moto 360 was first released that there are much cheaper options for using a steel band with the device. For instance, this $20 band works flawlessly with the Moto 360 and takes 10 minutes to change.

The official leather and steel bands for the Moto 360 are available now on the company’s website for $29.99 and $79.99 respectively. Staples is also currently running a deal that will get you the Moto 360 for 25% percent off the starting price of $250.

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