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Moto 360 drops to $165 on Google's store

Jon Fingas, @jonfingas
April 13, 2015
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If you've been toying with getting an Android-powered smartwatch but have been turned off by the $200-plus price tags, now's a good time to dive in. Google's device store is offering the Moto 360 with a leather strap for $165, or $85 off -- not bad for wristwear that's several months old. And should Google run out, you can score the wearable for a slightly higher $180 at Amazon and Best Buy. Motorola is likely just clearing out stock ahead of a sequel, but that's not a bad thing if you're more interested in putting a device on your arm than owning the latest and greatest.

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