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Pro Not immediately noticeable it's a smartwatch
The Moto 360 is slightly bigger than an average watch at 46mm, but it doesn't stand out from other, regular watches at first glance.
Pro Wireless charging
Moto 360 is compatible with any Qi wireless charger.
Pro Circular design
Except for a small part at the bottom, this is the first Android Wear watch to have a completely circular display.
Pro Band and body customization options are available
Moto 360 has multiple bands and bodies to choose from.
Pro Good build quality
Moto 360 uses premium materials - a stainless steel body and real leather strap.
Pro Water and dust resistant
It's IP67 certified.
Pro Moto 360 has multiple, good-looking watchfaces to choose from that can be customized further
The smartwatch has a good selection of high-quality, elegant watchfaces. Additionally, Moto's app Connect allows changing background and color of different elements for these watchfaces (with some of them having additional, watchface-specific options).
Pro Heart rate monitor
The 360 won't monitor your hear continuously, but it can take "snapshots" of your heart rate when requested.
Pro Ambient light sensor allows automatically adjusting brightness
The Moto 360 includes an ambient light sensor that helps automatically adjust screen's brightness based on how light or dark are your surroundings.
Weighs just 39 grams.
Pro Bright, responsive screen that quickly lights up as you lift it
Lifting the watch will turn on the screen.
Pro Comfortable even for small wrists
Con Poor battery life
The Moto 360 has a 320mAh battery that lasts on average about 12 hours.
Con The display is not completely round
A small part at the bottom of the display is missing for it to be completely circular.
Con Ancient SoC
Motorola's choice in internal socket for the Moto 360 was a baffling one: the TI OMAP 3, a processor that debuted several years ago. This makes the Moto 360 both weaker and more inefficient than competing smartwatches. While lag may not be apparent on the watch today, future updates to Android Wear OS might need more power than the watch can provide.
Con Back can crack
The back can crack with the standard wristband. Mostly seen with small wrist owners.
Con No third-party bands
The customizable bands are not standard and that means you can only exchange the 360-specific band for another 360-specific band.