Moto 360 Smartwatch Comes Now With New Metal Bands

Posted: Nov 6 2014, 1:24pm CST | by , in News | Technology News

Moto 360 Smartwatch Comes Now with New Metal Bands

Motorola announced new styles for their round smartwatch Moto 360.

Motorola announced today that the Moto 360 smartwatch now comes with metal bands. Crafted from aircraft-grade stainless steel, these bands feature a modern, contemporary tri-link design that complements the round face of Moto 360.

Starting today, Moto 360 with light and dark metal bands are available on for $299.

Coming soon are new Moto 360 with new slim bands, which is an option for smaller wrists or for people who want a different look. Slim bands will be available in time for the holidays in light metal ($299) and a brand new champagne gold finish ($329).

If you already have a Moto 360, Motorola is offering interchangeable stone, black and cognac leather bands along with light and dark metal bands. Plus, Motorola partnered with other brands through the M4DE program to bring you even more choices. DODOcase will offer stitched leather bands in four new colors. TYLT is working on colorful silicone bands to give you an entirely new look.

Motorola also updated the Moto 360 software. The new My Design watch face option allows you to customize everything from the background image to the style of the tick marks and watch hands. We’ve also added the watch face created by the winner of our Moto 360 Design Face-Off. These new watch face options will be available for all Moto 360 watches through an update on the Moto Connect app1 within the next few days.

There will also a new health tracker app called Moto Body. Moto Body tracks your steps, distance, heart rate and calories. Based on the information collected, Moto Body will provide new goals to keep you motivated. Moto Body will be available to all Moto 360 users through the Motorola Connect app update.

Motorola is getting closer with these announcements to what the Apple Watch is going to offer next year.

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