Moto 360 Sport now available at Google Store in Canada

Ian Hardy

February 4, 2016 9:01am

The Moto 360 Sport has been available at Telus and through big box retailer Best Buy for a few weeks now.

However, those waiting to purchase the smartwatch directly from Google can now do so as well. Following the same pricing as its partners, the Moto 360 Sport is available in black for $379.99 CAD at the Google Store.

The Moto 360 Sport runs Android Wear and features a plastic/silicone body that repels sweat. It also comes with built-in GPS to track runs and other outdoor physical activity, allowing owners to leave their smartphone at home. A 1.37-inch 360 x 325 pixel display with “AnyLight” tech makes the Sport’s display easy to read indoors and out by adjusting the strength of its backlight.

Related reading: Moto 360 (2nd gen) review

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  • Victor Creed

    $379.99

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    • awhite2600

      Agreed. SmartWatches still seem like a toy to me. They don’t really offer enough functionality to justify their high cost. This is especially true when you consider that (like most technology) the current offerings will be obsolete in a few years.

  • Dave Courtemanche

    Way too expensive.
    I spend $250 on my LG G watch, and thought even that was a bit much.

  • Steve

    Might want to double check on retail availability. Best Buy only has the 1st and 2nd gen listed, no sight of the sport version.

    • hardy83

      The article only mentions it available in the online Google store (which it is, I checked). No where does it mention retail stores like Best Buy.

    • Steve

      Read again, first paragraph:

      “The Moto 360 Sport has been available at Telus and through big box retailer Best Buy for a few weeks now.”

    • hardy83

      How the heck did I miss that? lol You are correct then.
      Maybe tomorrow though, that’s usually when stores like Best Buy update their website.