The Moto 360 Sport is one of a handful of smartwatches that are due to get the upgrade to Android Wear 2.0 over the next few weeks, and right now you can snag one off of Amazon for a pretty decent price. Amazon has the Moto 360 Sport in white for $134, while the black model is priced at $149 and the flame orange is priced at $138.88. This is the lowest we've seen the Moto 360 Sport go for, with it being a new model and not a refurbished one.
For those that might be unaware, the Moto 360 Sport is the last Motorola smartwatch and it debuted in the fall of 2015. It was announced alongside the Moto 360 2nd Generation, and it is made for those that want a bit more fitness tracking out of their smartwatch. The band isn't as nice as the regular Moto 360, and that's because it's made for fitness types, and you don't really want to use a leather band for working out. The Moto 360 Sport does sync with both iOS and Android, and it does give you plenty of fitness tracking through Google Fit and the Moto Body apps.
Those that are looking for a new smartwatch will be hardpressed to find a smartwatch at a better price than what we have here with the Moto 360 Sport. It's unclear how long it'll be priced at $129, but it likely won't be long.