Wi-Fi-enabled following a radical Android Wear modernization effort, longer-lasting than when it first started selling, as stylish and “universally” compatible as always, you could say Motorola’s Moto 360 is a more tempting proposal than ever before.
But a prettier, faster and, hopefully, more enduring sequel looms large, making the circular first-gen smartwatch feel obsolete for some. Ergo, it should come as no shock Best Buy currently offers $100 off across the board on all OG 360 purchases.
That’s right, the “entry-level” black leather, cognac and stone leather versions cost $149.99 after $100 discounts, the slightly more premium natural metal config is $199.99 (down from $299.99), while the top-tier champagne stainless steel models go for $229.99. Again, that’s 100 bucks shaven off list tags.
Compared to Amazon, which kicked off a similar promotional campaign a little while ago, BB merely has the black and cognac leather watches available at slashed prices. [easyazon-link asin=”B00O0BRXBE” locale=”us”]The grey leather is $150[/easyazon-link] via the Jeff Bezos-founded e-retail giant too, whereas “luxury” champagne timepieces are actually [easyazon-link asin=”B00OBHEQDU” locale=”us”]cheaper on Amazon[/easyazon-link], at [easyazon-link asin=”B00OBHEQDK” locale=”us”]$200 a pop[/easyazon-link]. Finally, [easyazon-link asin=”B00OBHEQCQ” locale=”us”]the natural metal Moto 360 is $200[/easyazon-link], regardless of your preferred buying option.
Not so certain the second-generation Moto 360 is worth the wait now, are you?