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Moto 360 3rd Gen 2020 – Wear OS by Google – The Luxury Stainless Steel Smartwatch with Included Genuine Leather and High-Impact Sports Bands -…

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  • The new Moto 360 Smart watch – meticulously designed, premium engineering, Wear OS by Google for Android and iPhone support. – Named the “best looking smartwatch you can get right now” – PCMag
  • Exceptional design and durability – Crafted from premium materials: industry leading scratch resistant glass, latest heart rate monitor with a 3ATM rating presented in a SUS316 stainless steel body sealed with titanium screws and coated in an ultra-hard scratch resistant PVD coating. – “What makes it different is the materials and build quality” – Digital Trends
  • Quick Charge in 60 minutes – Industry Leading Battery with lightning fast charging in under 60 minutes.
  • All your favorite apps on WearOS – Spotify, Google Music, Google Pay, Shazam, Viber and many more. The latest GPS, heart rate and step counting technology, with seamless compatibility whether you are an iPhone or Android user.
  • Track your workouts – Built in with the latest GPS, heart rate and step count technology means seamless compatibility with Google Fit, Strava, Adidas Running, Nike Run Club and many more of your favourite health monitoring apps.

Specification: Moto 360 3rd Gen 2020 – Wear OS by Google – The Luxury Stainless Steel Smartwatch with Included Genuine Leather and High-Impact Sports Bands -…

Package Dimensions 4.5 x 4.5 x 2.4 inches
Item Weight 1.83 ounces
Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)
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Best Sellers Rank 3,583 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics) 142 in Smartwatches
Date First Available April 24, 2020
Manufacturer eBuyNow

10 reviews for Moto 360 3rd Gen 2020 – Wear OS by Google – The Luxury Stainless Steel Smartwatch with Included Genuine Leather and High-Impact Sports Bands -…

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  1. Timothy Tang

    This is a great looking watch with your standard set of WearOS features. Great for the price when compared to other brands–also appreciate that they include the two different bands. Screen looks great and is responsive. Battery life drains quickly (as with most other watches in this category). Unfortunately, the biggest weakness of the watch is that it uses WearOS, and even just properly setting up the watch has been more of a hassle than it should be. Aniother possibly useful feature is the heart rate sensor–but the lack of battery life means that I’ll be taking my Ambit3 the majority of activities outside of work.

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  2. roxykargisize

    I got this today and couldn’t wait to review it after I tried it. The best thing about it is the way this feels. I got a Garmin a few years ago and it just didn’t feel good. The interface is clear and concise. It works with both my Mac and my HP laptop which is great.
    The brown leather strap is a bit masculine for me so I’m going to swap that out for something pink or light blue. I really like the steel and hope it lasts a long time.

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  3. Berkeley L

    As a lover of the original Moto 360, it was a pleasant surprise to see such a classic design revived. This is a revision of the Moto 360 with the newest available SD3100 Wear os SoC. It still isn’t fast but should be a major upgrade from the OG in every way. Sleep tracking is possible with Sleep for android but plan to recharge it in the morning.

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  4. Kaveh P

    I had the moto 360 1st gen a few years back. I know it’s a different design team, different company, etc. But they did a really great job with this 3rd gen one. Processor is fast, UI is smooth, the detail of its design and construction is absolutely fabulous. I also like the battery life; it lasts me the better part of a day and a half with regular use. So it’s not bad. The only gripe I have is the method of charging. I wish they had wireless charging on this thing, they only support conductive charging with its included cradle. At least it charges really fast. Oh, and integration with WearOS is flawless. I’m hoping more apps create their Wear counterparts. But overall, fantastic device! I’m very pleased.

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  5. JulieB

    Hello, so far I am loving my new watch but I am having trouble figuring out how to reply to text messages on the watch. Every time I try to use the google assistant it says either it cannot be performed or it doesn’t have any permissions. I’d be glad if I could possibly receive a solution to this. Otherwise it’s a great watch so far!

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  6. TK

    I haven’t owned the 1st or 2nd generation Moto 360s, so I can’t make any comparisons. But I have been extremely satisfied with this watch so far.

    Right away you can feel the build quality in this watch. It has some heft to it; the kind of heaviness that you don’t get with cheap materials. The back is secured by screws, which is something I appreciate more now after hearing about issues with glued backings falling off in other brands like Fossil. The upper button has a rotating bezel to offer an alternative to manual scrolling on the touchscreen. Both upper and lower buttons are satisfying to click, with the lower button serving a custom user-set function (I just have a timer set for that button). The heart rate monitor can be accurate at times, not accurate at others. But this is a common problem among non-fitness smart watches. I don’t need precise tracking, so again fine by me. I have mine set to measure throughout the day, so the average HR ends up being pretty close.

    Two bands are included with the watch. I’m personally a fan of the silicon version–the leather band doesn’t feel too high of quality in comparison (genuine leather, as is printed on the back, doesn’t indicate that it’s quality leather like top or full grain leathers, and I don’t expect it to last long). The included charger is disappointing… it seems pretty basic for an otherwise polished package. But neither issues are that big of a deal.

    I love the way this watch looks; it’s classy but not overdone for everyday use. My wrists are on the smaller side at 6 inches, but I like the way this watch looks on me. Just the right size, unlike many monstrously sized watches out there.

    Wear OS runs smoothly to my eye. I haven’t noticed any lagging at this point, at least not anything I would consider irritating. The vibration can be set to different intensities and frequencies (I’m not picky about the vibration, it feels fine to me). Some have commented on the screen being too dark. Part of me wonders if they did not have the adaptive brightness turned on correctly… It’s plenty bright for me. I can see the dial in full sunlight. The GPS works well and tracks my run distance accurately. Battery lasts me right around two days at the moment. This is with light-moderate use and always-on screen mode, so your mileage may vary. I noticed turning on the wrist gesture to wake reduced the battery life. Not too surprising since the screen will brighten every time you rotate your wrist. (Someone else wrote a review saying it lasted them less than a day and performed like a $20 watch… not sure what they did or if they got a lemon. Definitely not my experience)

    I got this watch to use in a clinic setting so I don’t have to look at my phone for notifications. Anyone who is looking for a watch with more specific expectations in mind might be nit-picky about some aspects of the Moto 360. But to anyone who wants a watch that does all the basics really well while looking incredible: this one is hard to beat.

    If I have any major complaints or issues I will update this review. I’m one month in and couldn’t be happier with my choice.

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  7. Transylvan

    Does exactly what I hoped it would: lasts about 2 days, tracks heart/steps/calories/sleep, easy to customize, looks like a watch – a really nice one actually, perfect size and lighter than I expected, always on display with auto and custom brightness.

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  8. Pen Name

    I’d give this a zero of I could.

    Pros: looks good
    Cons: Twist knob works sometimes and not others, which I would understand in say… actually, no. There are a handful of useful apps on Wear OS, the twist wheel should work on all of them.

    Connection issues abound. You can’t rely on the Bluetooth menu saying the watch is connected to the phone, because it will drop connection and fail to reestablish one seemingly at random.

    Google Assistant fails to beging listening to your voice more often than not, forcing you to exit and open it a few times.

    Battery life is abysmal. I’ve had it off the charger for about two hours now, and I’m already down to 80% — even with the connection issues keeping me from actually using the thing.

    WearOS is nascent at best and should be avoided until it’s further developed. Spending 200$ on a watch that won’t allow you to do something as uncomplicated and a base-level function as being able to consistently text someone is kinda lame.

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  9. BradFoxUS

    I spent a week with this watch. Battery life couldn’t make it a full day, the app selection is really sad, support isn’t there, most apps won’t sync with it for some unknown reason, it is either too tight or too loose, it’s thicker than the photos make it look and causes discomfort, plus the display is impossible to see during the day but will burn your corneas at night since the auto brightness option doesn’t work reliably.

    This watch performs like the $20 smart watches at Walgreens or Walmart, but sells for $200. I feel bad for the people who paid $300 for it when it launched.

    The design is beautiful and it charges wonderfully quick, but that’s all that it has going for it. Buy something else.

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  10. Kevin Pera

    No phone support, very limited (used to Apple products. May return. Band and retainers are what I’d see on a 20.00 timex nest support not good, 3rd party face support not good, security questionable. I’m going to run it NFC & see how it behaves
    Not worth the money imho

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