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Promoted 08-16-2015 by castlebeckett at 11:09 AM View Original Post
Best Buy also has Motorola Moto 360 Smartwatch for Android Devices w/ Stainless Steel Band on sale for $149.99. Shipping is free. Thanks Avaaz

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Our research indicates that the Motorola Moto 360 Smartwatch for Android Devices (Natural Silver, Natural Metal) is $50 lower (25% savings) than the next best available price from a reputable merchant with prices starting from $200.

Our research indicates that the Motorola Moto 360 Smartwatch for Android Devices (Champagne Gold) is $72 lower (32% savings) than the next best available price from a reputable merchant with prices starting from $222. >castlebeckett

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Edited August 16, 2015 at 06:09 AM by TattyBear
23mm Natural Silver ($50 off):
http://www.bestbuy.com/site/motor...Id=9676106

18mm Natural Metal ($50 off):
http://www.bestbuy.com/site/motor...Id=1808055

18mm Gold Champagne ($80 off):
http://www.bestbuy.com/site/motor...Id=1806162
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Last Edited by GBPack August 16, 2015 at 07:34 AM
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good price but I still very much hate the black bar. very annoying to me
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I haven't looked much into these watches so don't know much about them or how they operate. I see it pairs with the phone via Bluetooth. To my knowledge, my phone can only be connected to one Bluetooth device at a time. I currently have my phone set to auto connect with my car's radio each time I get in the car so calls are transferred directly to the car's radio (very nice). My phone also auto connects to my home phone's base station when I get home so cell calls are transferred to all the base stations in the house (again very nice). If I were to get this watch and wear it regularly, does that mean my phone would only ever be connected to my watch (assuming within range) unless I took some manual action to disconnect the watch from the phone so the phone could then connect to the car's radio (that sucks)? Or, do they have some work around like the phone can connect to the watch and the watch can then connect to the car's stereo so the way I work my other Bluetooth devices now would be unaffected?

I suspect the answer is going to be watch OR car radio or watch OR home phone but maybe not? If what I'd like to do isn't possible, it sure seems that with all this "connectedness" out there the manufacturers need to find a way to have multiple connected devices! Smilie

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Quote from Extreme-Z View Post :
I suspect the answer is going to be watch OR car radio or watch OR home phone but maybe not? If what I'd like to do isn't possible, it sure seems that with all this "connectedness" out there the manufacturers need to find a way to have multiple connected devices! Smilie

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The watch is connecting as data, not audio. Multiple connections isn't the problem. (And you can pair several audio devices, just not use them at the same time.)

Some people are reporting audio quality issues while paired to car and watch at the same time. Seems to be pretty impossible to predict ahead of time who will and won't have an issue. (Your phone, your car, and your watch may support different versions of Bluetooth, and to varying levels of compliance.) My guess is that the older/cheaper the phone/car audio, the more likely there will be issues.

Nice thing about Best Buy is that IF there are issues, returning the 360 shouldn't cost you anything but some wasted time. My suggestion would be to pair and test in the parking lot before even heading home after purchasing.
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good price but I still very much hate the black bar. very annoying to me
Prior to owning one, I thought the same. I wouldn't even consider a watch that wasn't round, and I really hated that the 360, which otherwise looked incredible, had that stupid band.

I sucked it up and bought one anyway. It took all of a days use for the band to melt away. It never really bothered me during use, and I very quickly hit a point where i don't notice. Some watch faces don't look as nice as they could with it, but for most it doesn't matter.

Seriously, don't let the black bar hold you back. If that's your only beef, you should be able to get past it pretty quickly. This is a great watch, for a great price. I paid $140 for a silver with a matching pebble steel band and I've been incredibly pleased with it.
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The watch bands are on sale too for those of you who bought the watch from the Motorola sale a month ago and now want a metal watch bands.http://www.bestbuy.com/site/searc...&keys=keys
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Prior to owning one, I thought the same. I wouldn't even consider a watch that wasn't round, and I really hated that the 360, which otherwise looked incredible, had that stupid band.

I sucked it up and bought one anyway. It took all of a days use for the band to melt away. It never really bothered me during use, and I very quickly hit a point where i don't notice. Some watch faces don't look as nice as they could with it, but for most it doesn't matter.

Seriously, don't let the black bar hold you back. If that's your only beef, you should be able to get past it pretty quickly. This is a great watch, for a great price. I paid $140 for a silver with a matching pebble steel band and I've been incredibly pleased with it.
I really don't see why there is so much complaining about the black band.
However, the battery life...
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IMHO, the monolink band is the only one worth getting. it's definitely a lot better looking and feeling than the other bands. unfortunately, it's only sold directly through Motorola moto maker.
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I presume the 18mm is more for the women while 23mm is for men?
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same price everywhere for months now
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I presume the 18mm is more for the women while 23mm is for men?
Yes. Unless you're a Girly Man. look around

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same price everywhere for months now
The price you're referring to is the leather band option, not the metal band one.
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same price everywhere for months now
Actually NO. The metal ones have been $199 everywhere for months, not $150 like this.

Too bad the black dial and black metal one isnt listed at all.
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I can't get past the flat tire.
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