Lenovo noted earlier this month that they won't be debuting a third-generation of the Moto 360 anytime soon. Which was a bit saddening, especially for those that loved the second-generation Moto 360 or even the Moto 360 Sport. But the truth is, the internals of these smartwatches haven't changed all that much. So the Moto 360 Sport that was announced last year has basically the same specs as a smartwatch announced a few months ago. The only difference is, the Moto 360 Sport is cheaper now.
B&H Photo is selling the Moto 360 Sport for just $99, and it's available in both Flame (orange) and White. At least at the time of writing this. That's down from the original price of $299, and it also matches the lowest price we've seen for a new model. Refurbished models have dropped a bit more than that, however. The Moto 360 Sport is mostly geared at those that are into fitness, as it has both Moto Body and Google Fit installed, but it's also sporting a silicon band, which reacts to sweat much better than a leather band would. The Moto 360 Sport can be picked up from the link down below, at B&H Photo. There's no word on how long this price will last, so you'll want to grab it before they are sold out.