How much lower can it go? Moto 360 Sport drops to $125 in white or orange

It’s raining second-generation Moto 360 deals, despite a third-gen model (or several) probably needing an extra few months to get ready for primetime, as Android Wear version 2.0 is also delayed through early 2017.

Waiting for the next wave of premium Apple Watch-competing wearable devices feels wise if you’re into fast processors, long-lasting batteries and sleek designs, but it’s all easier said than done when a “standard”, stylish 2015 Moto 360 costs $200 instead of $300, and the Sport variant goes for a new all-time low price of $125.

Yes, $125, not $140, $150 or $200, and you can even take your pick from white and flame, aka orange, flavors if you order through Daily Steals over the next five days. The super-compelling deal could always expire earlier if interest is high, which sounds like a safe bet, so don’t be shy, and pull the trigger before it’s too late.

Remember, Best Buy charges 15 bucks more for the black Moto 360 Sport, while Amazon promises to ship the same smartwatch at the same price within an unacceptable “1 to 2 months.” The latter retailer has hiked the flame variant’s rate to $150, also selling the wrist-worn device in white at $150. Bottom line, this new “daily steal” is a cash-strapped athlete’s dream come true.

Source: Daily Steals

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