Initially available in Gold and Silver options, Moto 360 is now receiving a metal and a leather version for alternative bands. The leather options will be priced at only $30 while the metal alternative will cost users up to $80.
The new bands will be released on the Motorola website in various colors to outfit your Android-powered circular smartwatch. For leather, you can choose between options of cognac or brown, black and stone.
For metal, you can choose either light or dark finishes; both of them are stainless steel. The metals bands have a butterfly clasp, tri-king design, and they are made of solid stainless steel of the highest quality.
Changing the bands is not a difficult job, but nonetheless, Motorola recommends you to take your Moto 360 and the new watch band to a professional watch repair shop to have the band installed. Even if the job is actually simple and easy, you might risk ruining something. Thus, you will risk voiding your warranty for something insignificant.
The Moto 360 is regarded as being one of the best Android Wear Smartwatches on the market, and its popularity is not something to be discarded. The unique circular nature continues inside e watch as well, making it a powerful and resistant device.
However, the smartwatch is equipped with a Texas instruments processor, instead of the well expected Snapdragon 400 that can be found in most other Android Wear devices.
As far as the display is concerned, you will get a 1.56-inch LCD screen, with a resolution of 320 x 290. The display comes with a Gorilla Glass 3 protection, which gives extra resistance against some of the problems you will encounter.
The minimalistic design of the Moto 360, along with the two band alternatives blends with many styles. In case you are interested in one of these two options for Moto 360 bands, head over to the Motorola website and choose the one that suits your personal style.