This week may have been Lenovo's and Motorola's time in the limelight with the launch of the first Tango-powered smartphone as well as the new Moto Z lineup, but we shouldn't be forgetting about the past altogether. Especially when these devices are still currently up-to-date. There was no new Moto 360 announcement during Lenovo Tech World this past week, but the original Moto 360 that got Android Wear off the ground is just $100 right now at eBay. Sure, this is a watch that doesn't have the best CPU on the inside and suffers from mediocre battery life, but for $100, this is a great deal. With Father's Day only a week or so away, this could be a great gift, too.
The original Moto 360 is a good-looking smartwatch that runs the same version of Android Wear as all other watches do right now, which is the Android 6.0 Marshmallow version, and while it's unlikely to get Android Wear 2.0 this Fall, this is a great jumping-in point. With a sharp, large display that's nice and bright, the Moto 360 is worth looking into, and for $100 from eBay this isn't a huge amount of money to pay for a first-time Android Wear watch, or even a quick upgrade before something much better comes along. As of writing, it's only metal varieties of the Moto 360 that are still available. Those two are the original stainless steel with metal band, as well as the 18mm band variant, which features a thinner strap, as seen above. The straps can be changed however, and there are many affordable straps out there for the original Moto 360, including leather and silicon options, that are nice and easy to fit yourself at home.
Specifically, this eBay deal ships the Moto 360 in original retail packaging as well as all of the original accessories, which means you'll get the fancy box as well as that cool wireless charger. The seller has been around for over a decade and has a great feedback score, so this seems like a fairly risk-free deal. Those interested in the Moto 360 can read our original review here and click the button below to take a look at the deal for themselves.