By Matt Evans
The Moto 360 is an excellent WearOS smartwatch, one of the best in its class, with a ton of fitness applications.
In addition to the normal notification and call functions, it's got a really comprehensive suite of health tracking and exercise features. It monitors your sleep cycles and heart rate all day, and with the ability to tap into Google's vast range of satellites and software to track your runs accurately, it can calculate your pace and have you race against yourself.
It tracks calories burned across 14 different disciplines including swimming, cycling, running and loads of team sports. With a 30-hour battery life and loads of smartwatch features, it's a slam dunk for Android users looking for a WearOS watch.
While it was difficult to justify over its competitors at an asking price of $300, it's been temporarily lowered to just $179.99, making the watch a must-buy for Android users. Check out the deal in full below:
Moto 360 3rd Gen smartwatch | was $300 | now $179.99 on the Moto 360 website
The classic smartwatch is back with a new, much more attractive price point. The Moto 360 is one of the best WearOS watches you can get, and is chock-full of fitness features while retaining all the functionality of a real smartwatch. View Deal
The Moto 360's 42.8mm face looks like a classic, chunky metal watch. However, it's 3ATM water resistant, meaning you can measure your swims and surfs without fearing for the watch or the silicone strap. The SUS316 stainless steel body is sealed with titanium screws and coated in an ultra hard scratch resistant PVD coating.
With a choice of phantom black, steel gray and rose gold, you can pick your favourite colorway with a choice of two straps: silicone for sportwear and leather for more formal settings.
In our exclusive review, the Moto 360's impressive suite of fitness features and accuracy was highly rated. We said: "the Moto 360 is a brilliant, stylish smartwatch with a whole suite of fitness features" featuring a "comprehensive suite of fitness features, water resistant and a simple, classic design".
However, at $300, we lamented the price was a little too high when considering the WearOS watch against its contemporaries. With over 1/3 of the price now slashed for a limited time only, there's never been a better time to jump on board.
Matt Evans is an experienced health and fitness journalist and Channel Editor at Fit&Well. He's previously written for titles like Men's Health and Red Bull, and covers all things exercise and nutrition on the Fit&Well website.
Matt originally discovered exercise through martial arts: he holds a black belt in Karate and remains a keen kickboxer and runner. His top fitness tip? Stretch.
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