The Moto 360 Sport is not a smartwatch that's attracted much attention, particularly when you considered that it is overshadowed by its more premium-looking brother (Moto 360 Second Edition), but the device is far more handy for the athletic among us who want something that can hang with the elements. The elegant Moto 360 original is marvelous indeed, but it isn't designed for athletic events or a friendly basketball game with the fellas on the weekend.
With that said, Motorola has offered a free Moto 360 (the elegant one) with the purchase of its 64GB Moto X Pure Edition, but if the Moto 360 Sport is what you want, the company is granting your wish. You can now get the Moto 360 Sport for free with the purchase of the -- yes, it hasn't changed -- the Moto X Pure Edition.
As a recap to those who may not know, the Moto X Pure Edition features a 5.7-inch AMOLED display with a Quad HD resolution (1440p; 520PPI pixel density), a hexa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 808 processor, 3GB of RAM, a 5MP front camera, 21MP back camera, and a 3,000mAh battery. The Snapdragon 808 can also be found in phones such as the LG G4, to give you an idea of what you can expect in the Moto X Pure Edition mentioned here. As for the 21MP back camera on the Moto X Pure Edition, mobile photography expert DxOMark has given the camera an overall score of , so you're getting something that's a bit aged when compared to, say, the Moto Z Force or the Verizon-exclusive Moto Z Force Droid that's expected to land next month on the smartphone market.
The Moto 360 Sport hasn't had as many deals as its elegant sibling, but there are few options available for those who want this smartwatch. First, Google has removed the Moto 360 Sport from the Google Store after introducing it earlier this year (we presume it hasn't sold as well as the first-gen Moto 360 or the second-gen. elegant model, either) and the smartwatch is available at Verizon but we've only seen a small drop in price on the smartwatch since it arrived there. You can find the Moto 360 Sport at Amazon and Best Buy for $199.99, but prices at those retail sites, particularly Amazon, can increase at any moment (so this price could change any day now). Last but not least, you'll have to take this smartwatch as it is because the Moto 360 Sport is incompatible with Google's newly announced MODE watchbands (you won't be mixing and matching your 360 Sport with your latest gym outfit, that's for sure).
With that said, you're probably asking, "Okay, so how much is the 64GB Moto X Pure Edition? The answer? You'll pay $399.99 for the Moto X Pure Edition, but keep in mind that $400 nets you the phone and the watch -- not just the phone. Together, these two products would originally cost $700, but thanks to this deal, you can get both items for just $400 (half the original combined price). For those who don't want to take advantage of the deal and don't care much for an 808 processor when the highest-end flagships are now running the Qualcomm Snapdragon 820, you can pick up the Moto 360 Sport alone for just $199.99 (Motorola has discounted the watch by $100).
If you're interested, head on over to Motorola's free Moto 360 Sport promo to grab your Moto X Pure Edition and 360 Sport smartwatch. Then come back here and let us know that you did.