Google’s Wear OS platform isn’t everyone’s cup of tea, but for many it’s a solid option that opens the door to a lot of different hardware designs. For the past few months, one of my favorite Wear OS devices has been the 3rd-gen Moto 360 and, now, it’s getting a permanent price cut to $299.
In my review of the new Moto 360 earlier this year, I pretty much fell in love with it. Somehow, it’s the best-performing Wear OS watch out there today, despite running on the same specs as the rest of the pack. It also packed that performance into a premium casing that looks great and feels nice on the wrist. Put simply, it’s one of the best Wear OS watches.
In the past couple of months, eBuyNow, the company behind the 3rd-gen Moto 360, has heard that feedback and dropped the price as a result. The Moto 360 now costs $299 regularly, just a few dollars over the retail price of the Fossil Gen 5. This price is valid from moto360.com, B&H Photo, and Amazon, and applies to all three models. At that price, this is a much easier smartwatch to recommend.
On top of that, too, there’s currently a Father’s Day promotion available for the Moto 360. Through June 21, the Moto 360 is discounted to $269.
More on Wear OS:
- Moto 360 (2020) Review: A Wear OS favorite revived and better than ever
- New Moto 360 w/ Wear OS now available from B&H Photo
- The Moto 360 is being re-released w/ new internals, familiar design
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