Last year when Moto unveiled their second-generation of the Moto 360, they also unveiled a model that was targeting women and another that targets fitness addicts, in the Moto 360 Sport. The biggest differences between the Moto 360 Sport and the standard Moto 360 were the hardware. The Moto 360 Sport does not tout removable straps, and instead you're stuck with the silicon strap that is included. This makes a bit of sense, as you don't want to be wearing a smartwatch with a leather strap when you're out running in the summer sun, that's going to turn bad pretty quick. The other main difference is in the software. There's a bit more of an emphasis on Moto Body, which is their app to track your fitness and activity. There is a heart rate monitor included in the Moto 360 Sport too.
Typically, the Moto 360 Sport has been going for around $199. But today, Amazon is selling the white model for just $139. That's a $60 price drop from it's already low price. The "Flame" color is sitting at $167 with the black model selling for $199. The Moto 360 Sport does run on the Android Wear platform, and Lenovo has stated that it will be getting the update to Android Wear 2.0 later on this year, whenever that launches.