Motorola (or rather Lenovo) is no stranger to compelling smartwatch deals, be them offered directly through the manufacturer’s US e-store, or via third-party retailers and discount specialists like Amazon, Best Buy or Daily Steals.

Still, most, if not all, recent Moto 360 savings have been up for grabs on first-gen models, refurbished second-gens or the outdoor-friendly, GPS-included Sport variant. In fact, if you hurry, you can get the Moto 360 Sport now for an all-time low price of $140.

But if you care more about fashion than standalone location tracking and whatnot, we bear extremely good news today, as the “standard” Moto 360 (2nd gen) starts at $200 instead of $300, possibly for a limited time, on Amazon and Best Buy.

Your two, not three Benjamins will hook you up with an arguably stylish and classy men’s 42 millimeter black stainless steel model, paired with a matching and equally elegant black leather strap. Wearable tech-loving ladies aren’t neglected either, being given the same $100 markdown for a posh 42mm rose gold flavor with a blush leather band.

That typically fetches $330, and is thus discounted to $230 now, while an extra 50 bucks gets you a 46mm Moto 360 2nd generation men’s smartwatch with a black stainless steel band, normally sold for $120 more, from Best Buy only.

Sources: Amazon, Best Buy

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