You Can Now Re-Finish Your Moto X In Ebony, Teak, Or Walnut For $25

You may remember earlier last week that Motorola announced the new wood back finishes that were coming for the Moto X. They were officially announced as going up for sale today, and sure enough Motorola has stayed true to their promise. Not only can you now re-finish your Moto X in three brand new wood finishes of Ebony, Teak, or Walnut, but you can do so for only $25. The price tag for the $25 actually went live the day they announced the new wood finishes were coming, but you were only able to apply that price to the Bamboo natural wood back that was available at the time. As of today and going forward, you'll have four total choices for which to give your Moto X a more natural design, and if you have hardwood floors with the same finish you can even attempt to camouflage your device. Although we don't really recommend doing this as someone might step on it.

If you want to pick yourself up a nice new wood finish back, and grab the Moto X while you're at it, you can set everything up in the Moto maker as of now, and should you decide just to place an order for the wood back itself you can do that as well. Remember that if you were someone who had already purchased the Bamboo back at full retail cost prior to this price drop, Motorola will be sending you a credit worth $75 that is good for any accessory that is greater than $75 at the Motorola website. This doesn't apply to the Chromecast unfortunately, but most of you probably already knew or suspected that.

When and if you should decide to pick one of these wood backs up, feel free to take photo posing with your stylish new wood finish and share it with us on G+. That's right, we're condoning the selfie in this case, just because we think that the Wood finishes look awesome. You can also just take an image of the phone itself, if you hate selfies and all they stand for. Don't shoot the messenger here, we're just trying to spark some excitement over the designs Motorola has come up with.

Source: AndroidAuthority

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