Moto 360 Sport now available in Canada

Ian Hardy

January 11, 2016 1:56pm

Motorola has launched the latest version of its popular smartwatch in Canada, the Moto 360 Sport. As previously reported, Telus is the first to offer the wearable, with Best Buy stocking it over the coming days.

The wearable costs $380, which is the same as the second-generation steel version of the Moto 360. As for colours, the Moto 360 Sport is available in black.

Related reading: Moto 360 (2nd gen) review

Source Telus
  • danny wood

    I would buy one of these, I usually prefer square watchfaces, but this is decent looking for sure. Not a big fan of metal or leather straps either. My Sony SW3 is still going strong for now.

  • Tony Chau

    It’s progress but not enough for most hard core runners and cyclists due to the heart rate monitor not being very accurate. That’s understandable as it’s an optical sensor rather than a chest strap and sensor.

    Until they can improve on that, I’ll still use my Garmin 910XT and LG G watch, one on each wrist. I’ll be happy once they can get a product that’s does both and runs on Android Wear. Vivo Active looks good but runs Garmin’s own OS.

    • Roger

      I heard VivoActive is really good. That’s the one I’d get once my Samsung Gear Live is due for a replacement.