DEAL: Grab a Refurbished Moto 360 (2nd Gen) Starting at $150


For a limited time over on the Daily Steals website, you can pick up a manufacturer refurbished Moto 360 (2nd Gen) smartwatch starting at $149.99. Is that a good deal? Well, considering this Android Wear watch is still listed at $299+ on Motorola’s website and the Google Store, yes, it does appear to be a very good deal. 

Both Moto 360 (2nd Gen) models are available, that being the 42mm and 46mm variants. The only downside I see is the limited choice in colors. Both models on sale are the Black on Black, meaning there is no leather, no Gold, and no Silver options to choose from.

If Black on Black is fine with you, rest assured that you will likely see the Android Wear 2.0 update, which should be arriving in Q3.

Have yet to get into Android Wear? Now’s not the worst time, considering we don’t know if Moto is ever going to release a Moto 360 ever again.

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