We have all been convinced about the fact that Moto 360 is a classically-designed Android Wear smartwatch that keeps you up to date with no compromises, so there is no surprise that it is already sold out at Motorola.com and Google Plays Store. There is also a big chance to discover that Motorola didn’t have too many units in stock to begin with, but in one case or another, it seems that this device managed to capture everyone’s attention for now.
Availability may be Limited for a While
So, as we have told you, Motorola officially announced that its Moto 360 is now sold out at Motorola.com, but the worst part is that “availability may be limited for a while.” Even more, the story is similar at Google Plays Store; as for Best Buy, where the device was launched as well, it seems that you don’t have the possibility to order it online either.
You just have to check brick and mortar stores to see if there’s any Motorola Moto 360 stock left, but we know that this might not be such an easy thing to do! After all, it all depends on how much you really want to become the owner of this smartwatch!
Why is this Moto 360 so special?
Having a price of no less than $249, the Moto 360 is more expensive than so many other Android Wear smartwatches from the current market such as Samsung Gear Live and LG G Watch, but we have an explanation for that.
The device is crafted with the finest materials (no one can deny that) and it’s the first to come with a round display, so it’s understandable why so many customers end up preferring it to the other options. And don’t forget that it does its job with no issues!
Just glance at your wrist in order to see updates or speak to get the info you need. Feel free to keep track of your steps and know and don’t hesitate to use the built-in pedometer and heart rate monitor. You can take advantage of Motorola’s Moto 360 battery life all day and after that, just place it on its wireless charging dock at night.
Have you bought a Moto 360 yet? Is it as good as presented? Do you intend to get one from Motorola.com and Google Plays Store? Let us know in the comments area from below!