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The day is busy and full of obstacles. From your hectic morning commute to the crowded coffee shop to the button-down boardroom you need to keep your head up and your eyes on the prize. That means ruling out the dreaded walk-and-text manoeuvre, especially when you're cradling a large coffee and sidestepping your way through throngs of pedestrians on a busy downtown sidewalk. Lucky for you, your Android smartphone is tethered to your Motorola Moto 360 smartwatch, so the hard-to-hear ringing in your pocket is an easy-to-feel vibration on your wrist.
You glance at your smartwatch while sipping your latte and sidestepping a head-down texter. It's a Facebook message from a friend, wishing you well on your first day at your new job. You use Voice Control to fire a quick "Thanks!" back the other way. Once it sends, you notice that you're 10 minutes early, so there's no need to rush. A welcome surprise, and hopefully a sign of things to come.
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First things first. You have to accept a smart watch for what it is - an accessory to your phone. It is not a primary computing device. This won't replace your phone, tablet, or computer.
What these do is help keep your phone in your pocket, give you quick information at a glance, and act as a fitness tracker while you're at it. So is it still worth buying a 1st generation device like this? Absolutely - unless you have an unlimited budget.
The build quality on the watch itself is fantastic. A very solid metal circle with thick, bevel-cut glass on the front, and an optical heart rate sensor on the back. The leather band is really nice, my only quibble with it is the first loop you tuck the band through after fastening it is set too close. You REALLY have to bend the end of the band to insert it. It gets better as the leather loosens up with wear, but it would be nice if it was just a bit further up. The watch bands are replaceable, with several aftermarket options available. (Pebble Steel bands fit this model.)
Internally, yes, the processor IS old, and slower than the current generation, and most of its competitors. You WILL get lag and stuttering when loading apps, or switching views. But it's not so bad as to be problematic. I guess that falls on your personal tolerance levels, and the Moto 360 here falls well within mine.
Software-wise, there were several Android Wear updates for this watch right out of the gate. Once those were complete, it was running the latest version of Android Wear, 1.4.xxxx - which is Android 6.0.1 (Marshmallow). So, even as an older device, Motorola is still supporting it with the latest software. A big plus - because the newer versions have brought many feature and battery life improvements.
The battery life the first couple of days was pretty bad. Day one I think I charged it at least 3 times. But that included several operating system updates, as well as configuration and installing Wear apps. Now that I've settled into a usage pattern, I'm finding that I go from 7am to midnight with an average of 20-30% battery left. That's with ambient mode off. The more time you spend with the screen on, tapping and swiping away, the shorter that time will be.
The wireless charger that is included is fantastic. The watch sits in it very nicely, and it's great on your nightstand. The LED on the charger itself is very dim, and doesn't light up your bedroom at night like some LEDs can, and the night stand mode of the Moto 360 while charging is just bright enough to be seen in the dark, without lighting up the room. Another bonus - if you already have Qi wireless charge pads for your phones/tablets, they will also charge your watch! I have a couple around the house already, and have tested it myself.
One thing that's great about Android Wear is the ability to customize the watch face. There are several great apps out there that allow you to download faces others have made, or make your own from scratch. You can truly make it your own.
If you're looking to get your feet wet in the wearables market - or even if you're looking at fitness trackers, of which there are many in this price range - and you're being budget conscious, the 1st gen Moto 360 is STILL a great buy.
Oh, and I've read lots of reviews about the heart rate monitor being questionable. I have to disagree. While I have had a few failed reads, I also had the opportunity to test the sensor alongside the heart rate registered on a blood pressure machine at the doctor's office. On 6 separate readings, this was within 2 beats per minute of the fancy medical equipment. I'm calling it accurate!
- Looks GREAT (and like a regular watch)
- Solid construction
- Android Wear's customization and app selection
- battery life (at least under my normal usage)
- charges with ANY Qi-compatible wireless charging pad
- 'night stand' mode while charging is very nice, and not bright in a dark room
I have been looking at smart watch for some time and finally decided to purchase this watch as it was on sale and it seem like a at deal. It has been a week and I am extremely happy with my purchase. Watch is very comfortable and the apps are awesome. Battery is great and it may take a a day or two of use /charge before it builds up its capacity. Note that some of the watch faces from app store will use battery more than std ones. Had to re sync my apps before I could get the maps app working.
I got this watch a couple of months ago. I love it! It does everything it's supposed to do, is rugged, beautiful, and has many many interchangeable watch faces. Battery usually lasts me a full day, but if it's used a lot, then battery life diminishes, and occasionally needs recharging by like 9 p.m. Or so. Accurate watch, good step counter, accurate heart monitor. All for less than half price of Fitbit, and this one looks way more cool!
I like the functionality of this device and it's pretty advanced but because of all the apps and notification, the battery only lasts me about 12 hours with very light usage. It's a big improvement from my Fitbit but I feel that the accuracy of the pedometer and heart rate monitor is not all that great. Overall I'm pleased with this purchase but I would suggest that you wait for the sale to make it truly worth it.
My first smart watch and it's great. It does more than a regular watch and more useful. Syncs well with S6. Different faces, WiFi, Bluetooth, timer, alarm, steps, HR monitor, water resistant, light weight, flashlight, stopwatch, text and email notification, weather, replaceable strap, etc, No GPS but so what when bought at $[price]. Besides, GPS is like leaving bread crumbs...After 13 hours the battery is at 40%. I still like regular watches but I'm sold on this technology.
Have eyeing smart watches for a while and feel lucky to have score this watch at an awesome price. It has changed everything in terms of how I receive notifications and calls. Works great with a bluetooth headset! Best part is that my phone is silent and safe in my pocket.
Screen had large blotches/discolouration after less than a year. Since it was a gift Motorola told me I was out of warranty and would have to pay for repair even though the product is less than a year old. Product should have lasted longer than a year and they should have honoured their warranty. Disappointed in Motorola and won't buy from them again.
I was hesitant to buy a newer, more expensive model so I opted for the cheaper option. So far, after 2 weeks of use, I find the notifications convenient, the fitness tracking is on par with other fitness bands/watches, and the battery easily lasts a day for me (however, the battery can easily be scooped up by half a day of heavy use so you need to be careful). Build quality is nice and the charging dock is great. For a first time smartwatch buyer who wants a lower price point to get in and check things out this is a pretty good place to start.
Just got this two days ago. Simple setup, good looking and so many watch faces! It lets me answer texts and calls while I drive. Battery good for full day. I love my toys, and this is a great one! Also, accurate timepiece, wifi, Bluetooth , what more can you ask for? Leather strap, not little flimsy rubber like many others at double the price.
This is my first smartwatch and I love it! I'm a bit of a tech nerd and I had researched smartwatch before this purchase. I had looked at the newest version of the Moto 360 (Moto 360 2nd Gen) but the differences were insignificant to me. I got this on boxing day sales for [price] and for that price I couldn't go wrong. I use it paired with my Samsung Galaxy Note 4 and I've no problems between the two devices.
Would definitely recommend this watch to anyone in the market for a wearable technology!
This was my boxing day present to myself. I decided on the 360 1st generation because the cost was low. Generally I am please so far. I have used it for about 2 weeks daily. I let it do all the updates it asked for out of the box, and I have it paired to a Nexus 5 (yes, still using that one.) I am not likely a heavy user, but my battery seems to last the day. At night I am setting it in the dock at about 30% left. I respond to maybe 50 sms, 10-15 emails, and check the time (lol), so that's my use pattern. Generally I am pleased with the purchase and will continue to use this as my daily driver.
This watch is simple. The battery life is great. With moderate use I'll get an easy 2 days out of it before charging. I'd recommend anyone who is just getting into the android wear market to try out the moto 360
This year for christmas I made the switch from iPhone to android and right away after switching, I missed my apple watch. Because of this, I began to look into all of the different options for Android wear. This watch is what I decided on because it was a very reasonable price Plus, this watch comes with a leather band right out of the box unlike the apple watch sport which comes with a flimsy rubber band. My only complaint is battery life. I have found that the battery life on the 360 isn't as good as the apple watch but it will get through most of my day. because of this I will only give it 4 stars but it is still an excellent smart watch considering the price.
Love the 360, endless options for watch faces but the battery is horrible. was 100% at 7am and its only 1pm and its already down to 35%. so I highly doubt it will last to 4pm. So the battery life is much to be questioned.
My first smart watch purchase and have been pleasantly surprised. Battery lasts the day and easily charged with dock. Android Wear App compatible and the applications are all functional and accessible with ease. The watch looks nice and is light weight. The price was reasonable.
Love my 360,got it on special and its a great deal for such a complete watch !
alot of people complaining about battery life on this watch and got to say its not that bad at all.Of course if i compare it to my samsung gear fit ( that gets about 3-4 days of use ) .After heavy use on the first day and 13 hours later the watch had 21 % when i put it on charge before bed.The next day after approx 16 hours of regular use the watch is down to 38% just before bedtime. So i expect it to go full day or day and a half depending on use.This is not a problem since i don't wear my watch to bed . Of course if you need to monitor you're sleep you could always plug it in for half on hour or so before bed because this thing charges really fast.
I've only had this a couple of weeks but so far I'm very happy with it. The battery lasts all day and the functions are easy to use. The step counter varies a lot from my fitbit so not sure how accurate either is. I like that I can read my messages without having to find my phone. This is my first smart watch and so far I'm impressed.
The Good :Battery last a day, sometimes at 50% at teh end of the day if not used too much( not bod considerring 1st generation watch), good options with google syst. , a lot of options to change the face of the watch, it's nice that you can buy a different bracelet on e-bay or where ever 10mm app (I think watch band), The Bad : not that responsive to the ambient light, a bit slow when you're trying to throw a lot of things at him...Overall good experience & still a good buy based on all the watches on the Market right now based on the price...
I too was concerned with battery life but have found that even my cell phone needs charging each night so it's really no extra work. All of the functions work great and as they were advertised. The leather band is very soft and smooth to the skin. It looks and wears for most occasions also. The glass washes off with ease. I work in a kitchen and I spill water, grease, chicken fat etc. on it, and it all wipes right off no worries. Great job on a very smart wearable product. My hat goes off to all the members of the development team for a fantastic job, ay to be Motorola.
I had to write a quick review. When I first got this watch I was concerned with battery life as it comes up quite frequently on the reviews. But I have never had an issue with battery life assuming you charge it every night (which usually still has about 50%-60% battery life still). Very comfortable and functional; it is even compatible with my Philips Hue lights (Hue Control App). Overall it's exceeded my expectations. My friends love the look. Reasonable price too.
I LOVE THE MOTO 360 IT IS VERY VERY FUN TO USE
I never thought they would be as useful as this is to me. I drive a truck for a living, and combined with a Bluetooth headset, it's very easy to initiate or receive calls. Make sure Tilt to Wake is turned off in Android Wear phone app and your battery life will significantly improve. Heart rate monitor / activity tracker is mediocre at best. Step counter is way off it often thinks I am riding a bike when I am driving around. So if that's what you're interested in I would recommend a Fitbit. Not a deal breaker for me.
Must have apps for me : Hand Dialer, Wear Messenger, Phone Finder, Light Flow(paid for custom notification vibrations), Wear Mini Launcher. While having Google Maps on your watch is a neat idea, it is also a battery killer.
Do yourself a favor and google "unfortunately android wear has stopped working moto 360".
Mine is bricked and this happened after my BestBuy 30 day warranty was up:(
This is my second smart watch. I am coming from an original Pebble.
I have had this watch for about a week and so far it has basically lasted my whole day. Often I am charging the watch with 20-30% battery life remaining. This one day battery life is a huge difference from the 6-7 days I was getting from my Pebble. I was skeptical of purchasing this watch because of the battery life but so far, there has not been a case where the watch died at an inopportune time.
The Moto 360 includes a wireless charger which is easy to use and charges very fast. The charging time between the Pebble and the Moto 360 were similar.
The Moto 360 uses Android Wear and in the week I have had the watch, I used 3 major versions of the OS. This was a unique opportunity to see the rapid number of improvements Google has been making to Android Wear. It's fair to say that Google is putting a large amount of effort into moving this platform forward. It is very encouraging to see.
The biggest issues I have had with the Moto 360 has been the learning curve. Coming from the Pebble which is an excellent watch by the way, I have had to relearn many of the things I have grown accustomed to. Android Wear is more feature rich than the Pebble OS. These features come at a price, effort on the part of the user.
Overall, I am very pleased with the purchase. The screen is bright and colourful and the notifications are clear and unobtrusive. The watch is comfortable to wear and has maintained it's appearance dispute being banged into a wall or two.
Price was good as well when it was (price)
Give it a few days for battery to start lasting properly. After 3-5 days its great.
The Battery life on this thing sucks. i am going to return it tomorrow. It last about 10 - 12 hours with minimal use.
The watch is pretty cool. the design and its functionality. The only down side that i am experiencing is the battery life. i have to charge it every night, however, it charge pretty quickly so even you are on the go, you can get atleast 50% in around few minutes of chraging.
Ive had it a week now and it has changed how I use my phone, i havent notice much lag like some people nothing more then a normal device would have at least. the update is fantasic. it looks great and is insanely comfortable, I never wore a watch before and I have fairly small wrist but it fits and stays comfortably in place. now this watch isnt for everyone but if your someone who is constantly on the go and constantly digging their phone out to check a simple facebook comment then this will make life so much easier. The battery is decent I usually put the watch on at 8am and end with 15-25% by 10-11 that night more then enough for a normal day. Plus charging is super fast in a hour its pretty much back to full charge.
Trust me this is a great watch and has really helped me take my eyes off my phone for those useless notifcations. plus Best buy lets you return it within 30 days so give it a "test drive"
I already have a Samsung Gear Live, and while I love it and the Android Wear OS, it is just too "geeky" for more formal occasions. Therefore when the price became right for the Moto 360, I jumped at the opportunity to own one. I went into this eyes wide open, knowing full well about the issues with the processor and battery life, as well as the hideous black cut off at the bottom. Truth be told, the performance and battery life were not as bad as I had feared, improving with the recent upgrade to Android Wear 5.1.1, and the cut off can be "hidden" with the right watch face.
Battery sucked. Screen suck, not even a full 360° screen so the title contradicts the actual screen. feels like a premium quality watch but in reality you get a cool looking watch that's turned off because the battery has already died.. It doesn't compete, but other then that, it sucked.
Real whole day use. It can even last 2 days, if I shutdown before I go to bed.
Quick charge. Within 1.5 hours from empty to full.
Whats most convenient for me is view and reply messages without looking at my phone. With Google now, it can also show me bus schedule when I need.
Android Wear 5.1.1 is now available.
this watch is very useful for discretely checking notifications and responding to messages, but one day, I dove into the pool with my watch out. It was only exposed for about 5 seconds before I got out of the water. The watch still functioned for a few hours then stopped working entirely. The ip67 rating says it's supposed to withstand 5 feet of water for 30 mins. so I expected it to be fine after the incident
Likes : Look, Wireless Charging Station
Dislikes : Slow, not responsive for the time, Bottom of Screen...
I had this watch and returned it, i found it was slow (read that it's a 4 years old processor), not really responsive when you want to look a the time, and the bottom of the screen bothered me (we are in 2015, i think they could come up with something that does not cover the screen of the watch).
It's my opinion, but i think they can do better than this.
I bought this watch while ago and I would say this watch is so far the sexiest watch in the market, for having a round face. Also, there are hundreds of watch faces available online, most of them free to download, and they fit way better on round faces than a watch with square face. Notifications are excellent on this watch as you can see the whole message on the screen. Theater mode, ensures that the watch wont vibrate during the meeting and the LCD remains off. Interface is very attractive and you can browse through the menu smoothly. For me battery last more than 20 hrs which is way more than many smart watches out in the market with color screen. The size is excellent, not to bulky not too tiny. Optical heart rate sensor works accurate as I expected. I give this watch a 5 star for being a super fast watch, unique and sexy design, and having very useful notifications and features.
This is the best watch out there. Glad I chose this one as an Apple Watch or any other would have been a big mistake. If choosing a watch, this is the ONE!
Great watch, part of the android ecosystem.
Only downfall is this device scratches easily.
Warranty does not cover scratches.
Excellent watch though the battery life is to short. Expected for a first generation
It is my first smart watch and I didn't compare it with the others. I love it because it is fun to check whatsapp, text msg, emails on the charge and even reply to them. I got it when it was on sale for (price), and I am very happy with this watch.
The Moto 360 is truly amazing.
I love it had it for a fee weeks so comfortable to wear and keeps my phone in my pocket! Notifications show up on the watch and can b addressed without the phone! Using mapmyrun app allows me to track my exercise on the fly from the watch. Awesome. Just awesome!
Everyone is asking me about the watch they are amazed when I show them what it does!
Best looking watch out there and by far the most comfortable!
I just switched from iOS to Android party because I wanted a smartwatch, and this seemed to be the best option going. I really like the round face and I get compliments/comments on it all the time when the screen is off because it's absolutely jet black.
Yes, the battery life is short - if you use it moderately or more. I find that with reasonable use I'll get a full workday's worth of use...I throw it on the charging dock when I get home for 25 minutes, and then it's full again and ready to go all evening. If you know you're going to be out and about all day (e.g. when you're on vacation), using Theatre Mode helps to preserve the battery *immensely*.
The voice recognition is great, it works seamlessly with Android Wear, and I'm extremely happy with it. The only reason it's not a 5-star for me is the short battery life.
OK...I had some innacurate perceptions of what a smartwatch can do.....no, its not a smartphone on your wrist! It's your phones notification center and a limited controller of your phone....and it does this wonderfully!
Let me give you an example of the benefit of this watch. I like to exercise. I walk/jog/hike regularly. The biggest pain for me is carrying my phone.... I'm always checking texts, emails etc...and playing music while I exercise. With the moto360/if a message notification comes in I just flick my wrist and decide if I need to respond...99% of the time it can wait so I can continue on. If I want to change a song or the volume I can do it from my watch! The phone stays in my pocket now!
Plus its a beautiful comfortable watch. I haven't wore a watch in 15 yrs or more but I had not trouble getting used to this on my arm!
I LOVE IT!
It's the best smartwatch till now. I'm now looking forward to it's 2nd generation, with a faster processor and larger bettery!
I received the watch for Christmas. It is great. I love doing texts on the fly (found I needed to enunciate my words). I give myself reminders and set alarms. Sometimes when I am in a crowd and don't want to look to dorky I I find the menu a little confusing as there is no rhyme or reason to the start menu. The apps shift around. The cards are big enough I can just glance at the watch. The vibrating motor could be a little stronger as I sometimes miss notifications because it is too gentle. It looks great. Beautiful watch. I can not turn off the heart monitor which I don't care about as I am not really into fitness. I figure that might save some battery life which isn't too bad really. I can easily go 24 hrs with a little power to spare( I had it down to 7 percent working a night shift). Charging is quick.
This is the best looking and most comfortable smart watch out there. I love the many features and the voice to text is great. However...I hate the short battery life. I'm getting 6 to 8 hours max with only moderate use. I'm therefore returning my watch to await the next generation when I expect the battery problem will be improved. When they do, I will be a buyer.
Exactly what I want in a smartwatch: clean, simple, beautifully designed watch (I have the black body with black leather band), responsive UI, and a quick way to see and dismiss incoming notifications.
Also love the Qi charging as I already have 2 Nexus 5 Qi chargers, and they charge the Moto 360 as well.
This is still the best looking android wear watch out there in my opinion.
Coming from someone who doesnt where watches, I absolutely LOVE this device. Its now been updated to SW 5.0.2 and runs really well, no major issues. It looks amazing in person and can withstand some serious hits (banged against wall many times, not a single scratch). If you're looking for Android Wear, this device is excellent...as long as you realize the battery lasts 24-36 hrs.
I have had this watch for a little over a month now and it is absolutely AMAZING. there's a wide variety of watch faces for it and a ton of apps. i would recommend buying it. Battery lasts a little over a day and there is no lag.
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