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Verizon will sell the Moto 360 with a metal band on November 11th

Jon Fingas, @jonfingas
September 8, 2014
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If you refuse to wear a Moto 360 smartwatch until it's equipped with a metal wristband, you now have a firmer date than "fall" to mark on your calendar. Verizon says that it will ship this slightly ritzier version of Motorola's wearable in both black and silver on November 11th for the expected $300. It's not certain that Verizon will be the first out of the gate with the extra-shiny 360, but its timing should serve as a good yardstick even if you don't plan to buy your watch at Big Red. And don't forget: if two months is simply too long to wait, you can always buy the leather edition now and upgrade to metal later for $80.

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