If you’ve been hanging out for the Moto 360 Sport to arrive on Motorola’s website, the wait is over. The sportier version of the 2015 Moto 360 has just popped up with a price tag of $299.99 with free shipping, free returns if you’re not satisfied and a lifetime of tech support, should you need it.
Internally it’s much the same as the Moto 360 (2nd gen.) but it includes a GPS for better fitness tracking, a silicon strap and new display that’s easier to see outdoors. You can track of all your vitals with a live dial watch face as you push yourself to the limit.
Verizon is also stocking the Moto 360 Sport but it hasn’t appeared on Big Red’s website just yet. Color options for the strap include black, white or flame. Unfortunately the battery life still hasn’t improved and the fitness app isn’t quite as polished as you can get from other fitness apps.