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Motorola Moto 360 Sport - £129.00 including delivery (from Motorola)

£129.00 @ Motorola
Similar to the Argos deal but these are in stock and £10 cheaper, including free delivery. Use codes UKHOT164 and UKWELCOME10 for £90 discount.
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Similar to the Argos deal but these are in stock and £10 cheaper, including free delivery.

Use codes UKHOT164 and UKWELCOME10 for £90 discount.
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#1
looks like a great deal.
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Not waterproof, so useless as a sports watch to me. I'll stick to my SW3 until the next gen comes out. Shame, as it's a nice looking watch.
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Had mine for @ 6 weeks now and, although it ticks quite a few boxes, ultimately I've been disappointed with it. The battery life is poor, and although it charges relatively quickly, that's of little use when it's on your wrist. It's not reliable, on more than one occasion it's refused to start recording a race. Fine if you're just out for a run, you can just come out the app and reload it, but a race it needs to start on the button. It's not accurate. It missed the first 300yds off the start of my run on Saturday, despite telling me it had gps lock before I started. It's also randomly stopped 3k into a run, which I didn't notice until I'd finished. All in all it doesn't fill me with confidence. Music playback through Bluetooth headphones is fine as long as you wear it on the side nearest the receiver, otherwise it drops out. And I do wish it had a physical start / stop button, last thing I want to be doing after a run / race is swiping through screens to stop a recording (something I should've researched tbh). Oh, and it doesn't send steps data to fitbit if that's your thing, only info from exercise recorded through the moto body running app.
#4
themartian
kevinwallace56884
Had mine for @ 6 weeks now and, although it ticks quite a few boxes, ultimately I've been disappointed with it. The battery life is poor, and although it charges relatively quickly, that's of little use when it's on your wrist. It's not reliable, on more than one occasion it's refused to start recording a race. Fine if you're just out for a run, you can just come out the app and reload it, but a race it needs to start on the button. It's not accurate. It missed the first 300yds off the start of my run on Saturday, despite telling me it had gps lock before I started. It's also randomly stopped 3k into a run, which I didn't notice until I'd finished. All in all it doesn't fill me with confidence. Music playback through Bluetooth headphones is fine as long as you wear it on the side nearest the receiver, otherwise it drops out. And I do wish it had a physical start / stop button, last thing I want to be doing after a run / race is swiping through screens to stop a recording (something I should've researched tbh). Oh, and it doesn't send steps data to fitbit if that's your thing, only info from exercise recorded through the moto body running app.
If it's missing the first 300 yards of your run, wait for it to get a GPS lock first. Hope that helps.

That's what he said....

:-)
#5
So he did.
#6
Anyone tried it with Strava?
#7
Sorry, but it's a truly awful device. Returned it after a couple of days, and only took 4 weeks for Motorola to refund me. The battery life, flat tyre, pointless apps and pointless GPS will drive you mad.
#8
found mine really useful over the last few months (bought to help track mny progress for https://www.gettheworldmoving.com)
I wanted an android smartwatch that had GPS and would track my 6km lunch time walks which upload to strava, rather than an activity tracker with smart notifications. battery life is 1 day when using gps for 1 hour at lunch, or just about 2 days (when not) certainly always been reliable
#9
kevinwallace56884
Had mine for @ 6 weeks now and, although it ticks quite a few boxes, ultimately I've been disappointed with it. The battery life is poor, and although it charges relatively quickly, that's of little use when it's on your wrist. It's not reliable, on more than one occasion it's refused to start recording a race. Fine if you're just out for a run, you can just come out the app and reload it, but a race it needs to start on the button. It's not accurate. It missed the first 300yds off the start of my run on Saturday, despite telling me it had gps lock before I started. It's also randomly stopped 3k into a run, which I didn't notice until I'd finished. All in all it doesn't fill me with confidence. Music playback through Bluetooth headphones is fine as long as you wear it on the side nearest the receiver, otherwise it drops out. And I do wish it had a physical start / stop button, last thing I want to be doing after a run / race is swiping through screens to stop a recording (something I should've researched tbh). Oh, and it doesn't send steps data to fitbit if that's your thing, only info from exercise recorded through the moto body running app.

I have had it since release and starting to see real issues (8 months old now), the software updates are a bit pants, the latest releases have killed the step count accuracy etc and they have removed the double tap to pause ... this ruins it for me. I completely agree if you are sweaty the last thing that you want to be doing is swiping a touchscreen!!

Had a couple of weeks when the GPS wouldn't track through the moto app, but would through Strava! Motorola told me to stop using their software and use Strava! Wouldn't even consider an RMA! It seems to have sorted itself out after pairing with a new phone, but if it reappears I'll be getting Amazon to deal with the return.

The Polar M600 looks interesting, but will probably be getting a Garmin as have really got into my running.

Edited By: speric07 on Aug 16, 2016 15:22
#10
themartian
Anyone tried it with Strava?

Yes, it works better with Strava! Plus the Moto App can link to Strava.
#11
speric07
kevinwallace56884
Had mine for @ 6 weeks now and, although it ticks quite a few boxes, ultimately I've been disappointed with it. The battery life is poor, and although it charges relatively quickly, that's of little use when it's on your wrist. It's not reliable, on more than one occasion it's refused to start recording a race. Fine if you're just out for a run, you can just come out the app and reload it, but a race it needs to start on the button. It's not accurate. It missed the first 300yds off the start of my run on Saturday, despite telling me it had gps lock before I started. It's also randomly stopped 3k into a run, which I didn't notice until I'd finished. All in all it doesn't fill me with confidence. Music playback through Bluetooth headphones is fine as long as you wear it on the side nearest the receiver, otherwise it drops out. And I do wish it had a physical start / stop button, last thing I want to be doing after a run / race is swiping through screens to stop a recording (something I should've researched tbh). Oh, and it doesn't send steps data to fitbit if that's your thing, only info from exercise recorded through the moto body running app.

I have had it since release and starting to see real issues (8 months old now), the software updates are a bit pants, the latest releases have killed the step count accuracy etc and they have removed the double tap to pause ... this ruins it for me. I completely agree if you are sweaty the last thing that you want to be doing is swiping a touchscreen!!

Had a couple of weeks when the GPS wouldn't track through the moto app, but would through Strava! Motorola told me to stop using their software and use Strava! Wouldn't even consider an RMA! It seems to have sorted itself out after pairing with a new phone, but if it reappears I'll be getting Amazon to deal with the return.

The Polar M600 looks interesting, but will probably be getting a Garmin as have really got into my running.


​I'm thinking along the same lines as you. The polar does look good but I'm tempted by the reliability of Garmin. They're popular in our running club, one of the guy's used his for the first time during saturdays park run. He recorded 19:05, uploaded to strava 19:05, park run results came in 19:05, can't argue with that! By contrast mine recorded 19:25, uploaded as 18:08 but Park run came in at 18:55. I'm going to try the strava app this weekend although I'm not keen as it's very basic, ghostracer and moto's own apps are much more detailed if only they were reliable :-\
#12
seems the right price as they're going for about £235 new ion fleabay. For about £40 more you can get the garmin 235 with built in wrist hrm etc from blacks using the discount codes...
#13
Just to add another 3 failed recordings in 2 days. 5.3k recorded from 8k run using moto 360 running app last night and 2 complete failures today using strava app (3.8k and 5k), recorded times but no distance. Probably go back to ghostracer again but I'd avoid this watch at all costs.
#14
Mine arrived yesterday, updated to Marshmallow and have had 3 successful rides recorded to Strava.
#15
This did seem a good deal until I code stacked from another post on HUKD, £39 plus £6 delivery
#16
Themartian...can you expand on that pls...I been trying various codes and I can only get it down to 129
#17
Code stacking has been closed down by Motorola now, so you can't get the deal anymore :(
#18
Code seems to be working again now

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