Motorola Moto 360 Metal Smartwatch, Android Wear, Light Chrome Case and Stainless Steel Band £99 (John Lewis) - HotUKDeals
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1 Like #1
As mentioned in one of the older moto 360 post got mine for 79quid from the Oxford Street branch.....they price matched when I showed the the older post......might be worth a punt for those lucky enough to find a brand new one in store.....great device at a brill price :0)
8 Likes #2
Do bare in mind that the 1st gen Moto 360 will not get updated to Android Wear 2.0
#3
Bummer, thought it would be. Thanks for the heads up
#4
can you put a different strap on it I'm thinking for swimming?....Also Email....I use Mail2web a web based email can you and how easy is it to set that up on here?

looks good for the price but...I uses pure Google Phones and I understand that there will be a Google smart watch out v soon - prob more expensive mind...but if I know the answers to the above it will help me decide... :D
#5
went to Swindon and they definitely did NOT price match. told me it was brand new so they wouldn't price match Cardiff then I opened the box it was completely used, had even been synced to someone's phone and they just shrugged and said someone had tried it on instore
#7
Was given one a year ago. So worth what I paid for it, but not a lot more.
Way too bulky. Bluetooth connection very hit and miss.
Entire Motorola/AndroidWear interface confusing even to a nerd like me.
Can't really see the point - if you want a 'fitness' tracker you can pick one up for $15.

Robjh
can you put a different strap on it I'm thinking for swimming?
Yes you can fit another strap - eg I changed the incredibly bulky/heavy steel one that was part of the configuration given me for a more compact/light black 'plastic' strap. Tho wasn't aware watch was water resistant, let alone submersible/waterproof!
#8
Already posted as a live deal, post 6 above gives the link
1 Like #9
Think it was over a month ago, hence why this deal has been allow through.
#10
lookingforadeal
Think it was over a month ago, hence why this deal has been allow through.


​I think as the previous deal did not ever expire this is classed as a duplicate post.
[mod] 3 Likes #11

That one is over 4 weeks old, so this is fine to stay :) Thanks though!
10 Likes #12
I'm not sure you can qualify for nerd status if you find androidwear confusing. It's very simple to master.
3 Likes #13
johnnystorm
I'm not sure you can qualify for nerd status if you find androidwear confusing. It's very simple to master.


​Could be Nerdlexic
#14
mk-donald
Was given one a year ago. So worth what I paid for it, but not a lot more.
Way too bulky. Bluetooth connection very hit and miss.
Entire Motorola/AndroidWear interface confusing even to a nerd like me.
Can't really see the point - if you want a 'fitness' tracker you can pick one up for $15.

Robjh
can you put a different strap on it I'm thinking for swimming?
Yes you can fit another strap - eg I changed the incredibly bulky/heavy steel one that was part of the configuration given me for a more compact/light black 'plastic' strap. Tho wasn't aware watch was water resistant, let alone submersible/waterproof!


​splash proof in the shower as far as it goes and not advisable to swim with it on
#15
Ooh, good price on a moto 360, I've owned one for about a year and a half now and the battery has some problems. It tends to cut out way before it reaches 0% charge. Not replacing it yet since there are rumours that google's releasing a couple of nexus watches (probably before the end of the year but we don't really know)
#16
There are a number of these ones and the leather strap version at Horsham branch. I think the stainless ones were 80.
#17
Dammit, almost had me until I realised it's not fully waterproof. Wanted to use for swimming and cycling with my Garmin. Lovely looking watch - the charging dock is great and the built in HRM looks good as well.
1 Like #18
Robjh
can you put a different strap on it I'm thinking for swimming?
You can put another strap on but there are some fitment issues that can lead to the back cracking on this model.
I have one. With a cracked back.
Get the new model if you can or possibly the sport one (£140 at Argos).
I don't think that any are waterproof.
1 Like #19
finnmaccool
johnnystorm
I'm not sure you can qualify for nerd status if you find androidwear confusing. It's very simple to master.
​Could be Nerdlexic
I was having trouble with reading words properly and the doctor said I had dailysex.
#20
I brought one and love it, great nighttime clock- wireless charging - multiple faces - iPhone compatible - heart rate monitor - tells you when people phone, text & whatsapp - last all day battery - bloody cheap watch and fun to use!
#21
changed my metal strap for a black silicon one and have a silicon bumper...all looks very nice and not massive on my manly wrists :O)

Also, I've had no issues with connectivity, bluetooth or otherwise.......for my simpleton needs this watch is lovely....not fussed about androidware 2.0, as I need it to tell the time and control my music....the odd phone call via bluetooth headset.....

Love it :O):O)
#22
Good deal for the moto, I have the sony smartwatch 3 which you can pick up quite easily for around this price as standard, although with a plastic strap.
Android wear 2.0 is unconfirmed for the Sony, but it looks like it will be far from revolutionary anyway.

One of the problems with Android mobile was/ is fragmentation between lots of devices and lots of versions of Android. It's a bit of a shame that Google seem to be making the same mistake with Android wear.
#23
Out of stock now :(
#24
I ended up taking mine back as I prefer my Pebble steel. Plus when your dad says "whats that grandfather clock on your wrist" makes you think is it really that big?
#25
Is this the best budget smart watch?
1 Like #26
I ended up trading mine in through O2's Recycle scheme. As a gadget it was cool, but as a functioning daily-wear product it really wasn't.

I found the need to charge it every day (or in some cases during the day, too) a real negative point. You can turn off the battery-sapping features, but that results in your watch not actually being as functional as advertised.

I was also really disappointed by the lack of continued support from Google, with regards to Android Wear 2.0's release. This watch won't get the update, which given that it was only a year old at the time that 2.0 was announced, is not great. The internals of the watch are dated and that seems to be the reason for the lack of support. It took them months to get the last update out for it while other manufacturers got theirs out almost immediately.

I also think the gestures that you use to navigate the menus and functions are gimmicky and not as useful as advertised. I often found myself having to use my other hand to navigate the menus.

I know my views are negative but I think some honesty helps. I'm big tech geek but the Android Watch really didn't change or improve on anything that I can do with my phone.
#27
oos
#28
ellarain
Is this the best budget smart watch?


​Pebble Time is overall I think. having tried a few different watches I concluded that I don't need interactivity and mainly just wanted to know who was notifying me and what about, without having to get my phone on my pocket. I also use timers and like it to track my steps. For all this the Pebble won out for me, and I even took it on my last holiday to Cornwall without the charger, since with Airplane mode on at night time the battery saw me right through.

I liked the 360 as a nerdy toy but in my experience the battery was rubbish, it wasn't very smooth and responsive (because of the archaic TI OMAP CPU I suspect) and about three weeks after I bought it I woke up to find it had a black screen and would no longer switch on.

In terms of build quality it's probably worth a play but don't expect anything amazing. Android Wear in its pre-2.0 iteration is horribly fiddly and unintuitive, and this watch won't be getting that update that fixes that!
#29
Oos
#30
I so wanted one of these Moto 360 watches, but couldn't get past the small flat tyre niggle, knew it would bother me ... in the end I got the Huawei W1 on lightning deal £249 at the time (https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B017XDOB6U) .. at the time of purchase it didn't support voice calling. About a month after owning it, they updated the software to enable that. Bonus!! :-)

For someone who never used to wear watches, to now having the W1, well worth the money, love it!
£99 is a bargain for someone wanting a very decent smart watch.
#31
Looks like a nice gadget & if it was in stock ide be tempted..But it's bad enough charging the phone everyday...i'll stick to me solar powered Citizen for now!
#32
Sticking with my pebble until the fancy ones can go a week without a charge like mine ! Also pebble works with iOS and android which is helpful as I like to switch every year as I find both os's great.

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