- Item Weight: 100 g
- Boxed-product Weight: 381 g
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- Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)
- Item model number: Moto360
- ASIN: B00NBU1OMY
- Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 5 Sept. 2014
- Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars See all reviews (203 customer reviews)
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 15,868 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
Motorola Moto 360 Stainless Steel Smartwatch and Heart Rate/Activity Tracker with Bluetooth Connectivity Compatible with Android 4.3+ Smartphones - Dark Steel/Black Leather Strap
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- RRP £199.99
- Voice commands: Just speak to get the info you need.
- All-day battery: Go all day and recharge wirelessly on a dock at night.
- Create your own look: Choose from different designs and strap options.
- Built-in pedometer and heart rate monitor: Track activity right on your wrist.
- Water resistant: Withstands immersion up to 3 feet.
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From the Manufacturer
It’s Time. What Is Moto 360?
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.
Quality Craftsmanship Finely Crafted With Stainless Steel, Genuine Leather and Scratch-Resistant Glass.
Moto 360’s fine craftsmanship features a stainless steel case, genuine leather from Horween and scratch-resistant Corning Gorilla Glass. The classic design means it will feel comfortable and familiar on your wrist.
Timely Updates at a Glance. Responds to Your Voice--Just Speak to Get the Info You Need.
Moto 360 tells you the time, and what the moment means for you. Powered by Android Wear, it organises your information, predicts what you need, when you need to see it, and shows it to you before you even ask. Like weather forecasts in the morning, or traffic updates before leaving for work. With Moto 360, just say “Ok Google” and you can set a reminder, send a text, or dictate a note. You can ask for directions or get answers to questions like “what’s my next appointment?” and even the really important ones, like “where is the nearest cafe?”
Responds to Your Voice. Ask Questions, Get Answers. Just Say the Words.
Just say “Ok Google” to get the information you need. Get answers to questions like “what’s my next appointment?”, “how do I get home?”, or even the really important ones, like “where is the nearest cafe?” Just say “Ok Google” to schedule a meeting, send a text, or dictate a note. Moto 360 helps you get more done simply by speaking your voice.
Turn by Turn Navigation.
Get turn by turn directions discreetly on your wrist, keeping your phone safely out of sight. That way you won’t get lost. Or look lost.
Edge to Edge Display. Enjoy the View.
With an edge to edge display and elegantly thin bezel, you see more of what matters to you. Moto 360 maximises your view without compromising comfort or its compact size.
All-Day Battery Recharges When You Do.
Enjoy battery life that lasts all day. Then just place Moto 360 on its charging dock at night. No wires. No complications. While your watch is charging it displays the time, which makes the dock perfect for bedside tables and desktops. Moto 360 withstands both water and dust, so you know it’s durable. Go ahead and wear it on rainy days. Don’t worry about a splash at the pool or a little sand at the beach. And know that if it's ever accidentally dunked in water, it will continue to work just fine.
Get Updates on Your Wrist, on Your Time.
Receive notifications of incoming or missed calls, text messages, and email. All just by glancing at your wrist. Moto 360 vibrates to let you know, so you never miss a thing. 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. And all as simple as a glance at your wrist.
Multiple Watch Faces--Make it Yours.
Customise your Moto 360 by choosing from a variety of watch faces, both analog and digital.
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Top Customer Reviews
I've worn a Seiko Kinetic for the past decade, and recently lost it. As some one who MUST wear a watch whenever he steps out of house, I consider myself fairly picky about watches. Although I'm a tech aficionado I wasn't really too sold on the smartwatch concept (main issue being battery life - with my Seiko I didn't even have to change the batteries as it was charged by my movement!). I did try the Pebble (I was one of the original Kickstarter backers) but that over time still lost to my Seiko (recharging issues).
I've worn the Moto 360 for about 3 weeks now, and I must say I'm more or less completely sold on the concept of a smartwatch now. Or at least, a smartwatch as designed/envisioned by Motorola.
Here's why Moto 360 does it for me:
Design: Personally, I think it is the only watch on the market currently that actually looks like a watch. All other smartwatches (including the Apple watch) feel like you're taking a hit on design and aesthetics because "oh look it's a smartwatch"! Which I'm not really happy with, because as mentioned earlier, I wear a watch because I want to wear a watch, not because I want a smartwatch. So design and looking/feeling like a proper watch is important, and the moto360 delivers. The round face is brilliant, and the leather strap is surprisingly great. I am a staunch fan of steel bracelets and I thought the first thing I'd do was to swap out the band (which you can do), but I tried the leather one and it swayed me - I'm keeping it as is. The only niggle I have is that the screen could have been sharper - the pampered consumer in me is now used to Retina-level displays wherever I go...Read more ›
Wearables - What's the point.
I hear this a lot, mainly from my wife. So I want to address the elephant in the room "Why do I need a watch that tells me the things that are happening on my phone, when I can just look at my phone"
The answer is simple. You don't. That is you don't unless you just want to make your life a tiny bit easier and more productive. I work in an office, I commute to work and walk to the station. The vast majority of the time my phone is in my pocket or buried in my bag. I understand what people say "If my phone buzzes I just get it out of my pocket" Yes, there is that, but how much easier is it to just look at your wrist, and then make a judgement on whether or not the notification you have just got through is worth you delving about for. How much easier is it to just look at who's calling and decide you don't need to answer. To look at your watch and see it's just another spam email from a high street retailer.
An example, the other day I was in a meeting about 10 desks away from where I sit, I hadn't put my phone on silent and our office is pretty quiet. The phone rang, loudly, everyone looked round. Straight away I could see on my wrist it was my wife ringing, within two seconds I had swiped the call away and dismissed it and sent it to voicemail. Yes this is geeky, yes this is lazy, but this is also really really bloody handy. People used to say "why do i need a remote control for the TV, its right there" It' a similar sort of thing.Read more ›
I opted to purchase this over the LG Watch R, purely for aesthetic reasons, the minimalistic look to this watch appeals to me.
Android Wear is a suitable watch based OS, but is far from the finished product. Although, it is more than adequate for current use.
One of the concerns I had about the watch initially was the battery life, after reading time and time again that it didn't offer a days usage from a full charge. I've been pleasantly surprised thus far, and manage to get around a day and a half from a full charge cycle (it takes little more than an hour to charge the device).
The watch allows for multiple watch face customisations, with an app called "Facer" on the Google Play Store allowing you to add watch faces created by others (or by yourself), with everything from a Rolex face, Tag Heuer, Breitling, and even Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles!
If you're considering a smart watch and still uncertain (as I was), this is a fantastic option to go for.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Really doesnt worth your money. Its been like 19-20 months since i bought it and any electronic nowadays goes at least 3 years. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Georgios Pishilis
Still use this over a year later without any problem. There is an upgrade now though so keep that in mindPublished 16 days ago by Avi
Broken, routinely turns off and won't turn on again, had it for almost two years. Routinely won't connect, routinely reset to factory setting. PoorPublished 25 days ago by ian j aitken
The Moto 360 1st Gen Smart Watch is extremely good looking smart watch and it brings back the original look of watches. This watch easy to fit with no unwanted wiggle on my wrist. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Lewis
Owned since February 2015. It worked really well during the first six months. Then the back cover started showing some cracks (until they became large cracks) Apparently this is a... Read morePublished 1 month ago by K KATZIS
Awful, owned since October 2014, ok in the early days but now it rarely stays connected and if I try to reset it by powering it off then I can't turn it on with putting it back on... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Carl J. Richards
Cool smartwatch which looks awesome. The only issue I really have with it, is that sometimes it looses the bluetooth pair with my phone and then you have to factory reset the watch... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Snuggle
Watch itself is very good. Poor review as there was a customs charge to pay. Should have been made clear. Really cost £103 and not £89Published 3 months ago by MR K A BELL