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  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Glad I Took the Plunge...

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    I have to admit I was a bit skeptical about the whole "wearable technology" thing, because I wasn't sure there would be any functionality that I couldn't get from my Moto X smartphone. Well, I was very much mistaken. There are all sorts of things my Moto 360 does more easily and conveniently than my Moto X, and some things (like measuring my heart rate) that my phone can't do at all. The device is well-made, as I always expect from Motorola, and quite easy to set up (especially if you ask for Geek Squad help when you buy, as I did). It is almost endlessly customizable, and the so-called "flat tire" on the watch face doesn't bother me one bit. It might take you some getting used to if you're used to ultra-thin wristwatches, but most men's wristwatches these days are about as thick at this one. It is NOT heavy or uncomfortable to wear. I like the leather band more than the metal ones, but do try both before you buy. I should also mention that my Geek Squad experience in setting up the watch before I left the store was excellent. The associate walked me through all the necessary steps, and we had it up and running in just a few minutes. My local Best Buy store also took care of me when there was a significant price reduction about a week after I bought the device. A wonderful experience all around: Product, service, price. Couldn't be more pleased.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Excellent Product

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    If you are looking for a smartwatch I hope you already know what they can and cannot do, if not I recommend you to read about it so you don't make a blind shop. This smartwatch does what I expected it to do and the quality is just amazing.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Good companion, though not fully practical.

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    After using the Moto 360 for about a month I have realized it has made my life a lot easier. When I'm not wearing it, checking notifications becomes more of a hassle than I thought it could be. Also, driving while wearing this watch is great since you can use it for navigation. It simply buzzes whenever a turn is coming up and you can see where you need to turn right on your wrist. I usually do a lot of driving on the weekends so this is a huge plus for me since I don't have to constantly be looking at my phone to figure out where I'm heading. My biggest complaint really is that the battery life isn't where I'd want it to be yet, I tend to end up charging it at least once during the day and again at night. I've heard the battery life gets better with use, but I've only seen minor improvements. The upside of this though, is the included qi charger charges the Moto 360 super fast. My other complaint (and this has nothing to do with the watch itself), is the software. Android wear is still very new and still seems to be struggling to find its footing. There are a few useful apps and faces, but as of now I think the Moto 360 and other Android Wear devices are just neat gadget-y things for people like me who enjoy gadget-y things.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Best WATCH I've ever had!

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    Today the new version of the MOTO 360 came out. But this, the first gen, I think is 10 times more beautiful, and for this price, I think it's really a big deal. And now you can connect with your iPhone officially (even this version of moto!). BUY IT! DON'T THINK ABOUT IT JUST BUY IT! and you will find that is the best watch, and smartwatch ever. Applause to Motorola in this one. By the way, I'm Apple fan, but first I'm design fan, and this is excellent!

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 3 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Enjoying my 369

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    I'm enjoying my 360 and the different watch faces. I've finally figured out how to customize the faces. My complaint is I wish the battery could last longer then a few hours a day, but if you put it in theater mode you can get more usage time.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Just amazing

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    I bought this device expecting more style than utility. However, Moto 360 provides a lot of facilities. Working in my lab, I do not need to catch my cellphone. Just saying "Set a timer... start stopwatch..." and a lot of more facilities. The heart rate sensor is not so accuracy but provide a good parameter. The ability to change the background is another good point.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Excellent accessory

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    Great for keeping phone in pocket & increasing "presence" in personal interactions. Smart watches make meetings & conversations much more pleasant because one doesn't have to pull a phone out when a message or call is received to see if it is something important. I love being able to dismiss notifications immediately & staying on task at the same time. Battery life is my only restraint on this item. In order to last all day, I don't leave the ambient screen on. There's also a bug that navigation using Maps keeps the screen & processor running constantly when your phone screen is already on! You can disable Maps notifications, but that means you won't get them at other times. This needs to be a situational on/off. I realize this is a single app's bug, but it is a core Google app and kills functionality of the watch.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    A smart watch that's worth the money

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    The Moto 360 is the first smart watch that's actually worth the pricetag. The design is stylish and doesn't look like all of those square-faced digital watches. If you're at all into wristwatches, but want a smart watch, then this deserves a look. You can change the watch face to make it look anything from classic to trendy to high-tech. You can also download new faces from the Google Play Store. The notifications are a bit distracting. I haven't found a balance between "Important Only" and "everything." My favorite feature though is the NFC unlocking of my Nexus 5. All in all, I recommend it to anyone on the fence about smartwatches.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    love it but not perfect

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    so i've had the watch for a couple of months now, for the price i paid it's a great entry level device if you're interested in smartwatch technology. Main reason i picked this one up is because it looks like a real watch, especially the metal/cognac color combo. i get compliments all the time, it's aesthetically pleasing. it took me a while to figure out the battery, the recent android wear update helps a lot but it really depends on your watchface- i purchased a face on googleplay and my battery now lasts roughly 24 hours with normal use. before that (and with Watchmaker faces) i had horrible battery life that barely lasted a work day. my point is just know what you're getting yourself into, it's a nice looking smartwatch with all the features you'd expect, just manage your expectations regarding battery life and you'll love it. i highly recommend buying a spare charger to keep at work or just carrying one with you when you need it

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Beautiful Smartwatch with some drawbacks.

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    First off, I love android wear and even android itself. I hopped right into the Android Wear pool with an LG G Watch first and then a few months later again with this watch. The Moto 360 is a stunner of a watch, I have the silver with brown leather band and I love the look. It performs pretty well even though it has a lower powered processor even for a smartwatch, but 75% it performs as expected. The battery life has some issues here and there but if you keep the brightness down a bit and always on mode off, you shouldn't have any problems getting through the day.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Great Android Watch

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    I have to say I am very impressed by this watch. I can not tell you how many positive comments I have gotten. PROS The GUI is very user friendly and intuitive. Setup was a breeze. Great built in apps. The craftsmanship is nice. The leather wrist band is real leather. Fairly durable. I can be a little clumsy and I have accidentally banged the watch a couple of times. However, I'm hard pressed to find a sign of wear and tear (knock on wood) Battery life has improved since initial release. Battery life for use with my Samsung Galaxy is 1.5 days. I place it on the charger at night with about 35% remaining CONS Leather wrist band is not ideal for those with active lifestyles. Soaks up sweat Battery Life is low compared to other semi-comparable watches The heart rate monitor doesn't work all that well on my thick skin and semi hairy arms (real mean don't shave)

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    best smart watch to have for next 2 yrs

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    The initial pricing on these things were little too high for what they are. But the recent drop to 149 was a good price so I jumped on it. I did my research and found out that this is one of the few that has built in WiFi antenna for the price and the only other circular design was the LG Urbane which was 349. The most recent update to 5.1.1 enabled WiFi on these watches where the watch uses WiFi instead of BT if the connection is lost so you don't have to carry around your phone all the time as long as both are connected on same network. The overall design and the performance is nice. People worry about outdated single core processor but I didn't have any issues. I think most of the performance issues were with earlier version of software. Just do the update and all is well. Yes, you do have to charge the battery every night but it won't die on you even during the heavy use. I usually have 35% left when I go to bed and that's around midnight. Takes only an hour to fully charge. This things will only get better but it won't receive a significant update for another year or two so buying something expensive now will just become outdated. You can't go wrong with this in terms of styling and price.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    I like the Watch

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    I bought this watch on impulse thinking it would be really nifty. Come to find out that I use this watch more the I thought I would. The only time I don't use it is when I'm going out in the yard to work. Since I bought this watch I convinced 2 friends to go and buy them as well. I got this watch for $150. I probably wouldn't pay anything over that price because this is not a sand alone device. It has to be connected to a smart phone or tablet to interact with. The battery life on the watch is enough to last all day and maybe part of the next if you are a light user. This isn't a big issue for me but to some people, they would complain. I also haven't had an issue the glass getting scratched. I've hit it on door ways and random things for about a month now and I see no ware or tear.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Great Watch

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    I was skeptical about buying my first smart watch. After using it for a while I can't live without it. I work in a job where it is not feasible to pull out my cell phone to view my texts or emails. I get my text, email and call notifications right over the watch and I can quickly see if it is important or disregard it. You can reply to your texts by voice right thru the phone as well as ask Google anything thru the watch. You cannot have a phone conversation thru the watch like the Gear watch though. Links immediately via bluetooth or wifi to my android phone. Love the fact that it sits in a carrier to charge and I don't have to plug in a charging cable each time. You will need to take it with you if you require charging or buy an extra charger to leave at the office. Charging is super fast as well. Watch usually gives me an entire day of use before needing a charge. Did I mention the over 1000 watch faces that can be downloaded? I wear a different watch every day, lol. Not a week goes by where someone doesn't comment on how nice the watch looks. I have the silver watch with silver metal watch band.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    It's a great start

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    Wearable technology is still pretty new and although this watch has it flaws I am pretty impressed. Everyone always asks me about it and compliments me on it. I think it's great to be able to get text messages in real time and to respond either by speaking to ok Google or wear messenger. I think future releases will be even better and I look forward to the day when the watch can stand on its own without the need to be tethered to your phone.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Best andoid smart watch under $150

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    I use this everyday, and I don't think I could live without it. Sounds a bit extreme, but I used to wear a watch everyday until the one I had broke, and I never cared to repair it. This mixes two things that I wanted - Style and Wanting to have a device that partners with my phone to easy access. What it won't do: -conduct phone calls through the phone. -browse the web via a dedicated browser -type with a dedicated keyboard What it will do: -Show all notifications that you receive on your phone. -Be able to dismiss these or reply with a quick message via voice. -Control music from almost any music player on your phone. I've found this to be very useful while in the car, or at the gym. -Useful for many health features. Heart rate, pedometer, and calories. -And of course Tell Time. Many users are still making apps on the Play store, so there is still time for future advancements. I've found that the InstaWeather app is very useful. Its free, gives you some great looking watch faces, and gives you accurate weather on the fly.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Works well, short life

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    I've been fairly happy with the Moto 360. It's mostly effortless, rarely clunky to navigate and works with email, text, music, phone calls and maps. It's not as feature heavy as the iWatch, but for $150 it's a great price for a stylish watch that does what you need it to do. Battery life lasts a day so if you forget to charge it at night, it probably won't last another day. Good news is, it only takes about an hour to charge in full.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Probably the best smartwatch on the market

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    I love this watch. I was debating between the Samsung smartwatch (so many different models out there) and this. I'm glad that I purchase the Moto 360. The build quality is top notch. Stainless steel housing vs. plastic on everyone else's smartwatch. Real leather straps or metal links like a traditional watch band instead of a complex multi-hard to close strap like on the samsung. I can wear this watch to almost any event (work, sports, concerts, etc). All I have to do is just change my watch background and I'm set for whatever events and there are plenty out there on the Google Play store. Out of the box, it updated to 5.1.1. I love all the features it add. Health monitor system, voice recognition and a lot of small quirks like covering the face of your watch with your palms to turn the screen off. Check this out before you look at anything else.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    The best for the price

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    I had been waiting to purchase this watch since it came out. It finally came down to a price that I was comfortable with paying for a first generation device. I'm very happy with it. The only thing that I don't like about the physical device is the screen resolution, but it can be overlooked. As for the software, it's not intuitive, but it works. The worst issue with the software is that I've had to replace my phone 3 times in a month and I've had to factory reset the watch each time to get it to pair with the new phone. I wish I could just pair it with as many devices as I want to.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    My first smartwatch

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    This is my first smartwatch and it works great. The watch is about a year old and it still looks great even with everyday use. The band however, is in need of replacement. The band does get darker and smoother with wear, still attractive in my opinion. The watch does require daily charging, however it charges fully in about 2 hours. I use my watch mainly to screen out all but the most important modifications from my phone while at work. It's a real time saver.

    I would recommend this to a friend
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