Motorola Adds Four New Leather Band Colors For The Moto 360 From DODO

Motorola has added in some new options for customizing your Moto 360 smartwatch, now offering up four new watch band color selections from DODO. You might be familiar with DODO from the DODO case premium leather cases they make for smartphones and tablets, and these new watch bands look to be everything you should expect from DODO. They come in blue, green, red, or tan, and you can pick them up straight from the Moto 360 site for the price of $59.99. Double the price may not sound like it's worth it and who knows, you may not even care for the color choices.

If these do suit your taste though, you can order them now as they're currently in stock and they would presumably ship out around Monday if you ordered now. The leather bands from DODO are made of premium pergamena leather, and they have a slight textured pattern to them it looks like. The DODO leather bands join the other available watch band options, like the regular leather bands from Horween that come in black, stone and cognac, and the metal bands that come in light or dark finishes and are made from stainless steel. The DODO leather bands seem to fit right in the middle of the other two cost wise, as the regular bands will set you back about $29.99 and the stainless steel bands will cost you $79.99.

Hopefully, this isn't the last we'll see from Motorola when it comes to the customization options we get for the Moto 360, as we'd love to see even more color and style options for leather and metal bands for their first Android Wear smartwatch. I'm personally still rocking the black leather band that originally came with mine, although I have been on the hunt for something of a different color that I can swap it out for. What do you think of the new DODO leather bands for the Moto 360? Do you like the colors or do you wish they were a little more neutral like browns, blacks, and grays? Is $60 worth it to you for a leather band made by DODO?

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