Best Buy Selling Moto 360 For $150 & ASUS ZenWatch For $180


Smartwatches have been all the rage over the last twelve months and it looks like this trend is likely to continue going forward in 2015. That said, they are still rather expensive devices. Especially for those who have yet to venture into the smartwatch realm and even more especially for the devices which are considered to be at the higher end of the pricing spectrum. Luckily though, every now and again, some smartwatches start to see price drops and deals coming through. Today is one of those days.

Best Buy is currently offering discounts on both the Moto 360 by Motorola and the ASUS ZenWatch. Both of these smartwatches have been popular options since they launched and in particular, the Moto 360 seems to be a continually popular smartwatch in spite of launching months before many of the newer options. Well, if you are after the Moto 360 and have been waiting on a deal, then now might be the time. Best Buy's current deal sees $100 being slashed off of all variants of the Moto 360. This means you can pick up the most basic version for as little as $149. If you are more of the ASUS persuasion then you can pick up the ASUS ZenWatch for only $179.99 which is $20 off of its usual price. Either would be a great option for those looking to enter the smartwatch market or for those looking to upgrade on a smartwatch they bought last year. If you are interested then you can grab a Moto 360 at $149 or the ZenWatch at $179.99 by clicking on the links below.


Moto 360 starting from $149.99

ASUS ZenWatch priced at $179.99

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