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Thursday Poll: How Much Would You Pay for the Moto 360?

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Even though the LG G Watch and Samsung Gear Live are available for purchase as the first ever Android Wear smartwatches, the majority of you have made it clear that the Moto 360 is all you care about. In fact, 70% of the DL community said in a poll that they are skipping the offerings from LG and Samsung to wait for Motorola’s circular wearable. That is a pretty astounding number, if you look at the complete results. Take a glance at that poll and you will see that more people (19%) said they aren’t interested at all in an Android Wear watch than the combined crowd that said they were buying either the G Watch (6%) or Gear Live (6%). It’s either Moto 360 or bust.

I can’t say I blame people for feeling this way. I shared plenty of my own thoughts on the Moto 360 earlier in the week, stating that it is the only smartwatch I am interested in because it looks like a beautifully designed watch first, yet has Android in the background as an added bonus.

As we have seen the G Watch ($229) and Gear Live ($199) go up for sale, we are potentially starting to get a feel for the price of the Moto 360. Well, we at least have a starting point, followed by a second level. We talked about this on the DL Show last night, but I am curious to know how much someone would be willing to pay for a premium Android Wear watch, with a circular stainless steel face and either a matching or leather band?

Motorola isn’t sharing specs or pricing, and as already denied that the $249 price point we saw through a Moto 360 contest is an accurate representation of the retail price. Does that mean we should go above $250, like $300? Or will it be even more pricey at $350 or $400? What would your max be?

*Note – I didn’t include a price under $200, because a price lower than $200 doesn’t seem realistic. The G Watch is made of pure, uninspired plastic and runs $229.

How Much Would You Pay for the Moto 360?

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  • JoeyKhache

    Waiting for this device is getting old already. It would have been a good impulse buy, but now I’m thinking a lot more about my purchase and it’s making me consider the g watch. Hurry your ass Moto

  • Curt29

    I’ll pay $300 max. If it costs more, I’ll wait for something else.

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  • Tristan

    Unless you’re guaranteed to get software updates forever then I’m not willing to pay any money for a smart watch. I wouldn’t want a watch that gradually loses its usefulness due to not being updated. If it’s going to turn into a basic digital watch then I’ll just get a basic digital watch.

    When I think of a watch, I think I’ll be using it for several years. Maybe

    even my entire life. Maybe these companies will create a new market where people are happy to pay hundreds of dollars every year or two for a new watch. I don’t know. It happened with the phone.

  • HD Z

    Takes your price, add $200 to $250, that’s will be the price at launch.

  • paul

    I won’t be buying a watch where in order to stay relevant its software needs to keep being updated which won’t happen. My watches last longer than my phones but as soon as you put software and other technology into the mix, that watch is going to be less useful fairly quickly.

    • NexusMan

      Even if it was NEVER updated. It would still tell the time, which is the only thing your “regular” watch does.

      • Mots

        A $400 dollar digital watch is pretty expensive. A $30 digital watch can do that.

        • NexusMan

          Not quite “digital.” And a $30 digital watch can’t do anything else. Not to mention, there are no $30 digital watches crafted and looking like the Moto X. You’re not paying JUST for tech, you’re paying for fashion. When will those like you realize that?

          • jake

            People buying watches for fashion will get something else.

          • NexusMan

            I buy watches for fashion. I’m getting this…AND something else.

        • NexusMan

          You do realize digital watch technology is an entirely different technology, right? And you do realize a price has not been announced for the Moto 360, right? And you do realize the 1st Digital Watch cost $2,100, right? And you do realize $400 is a bargain next to $2,100, right?

  • jeff

    Didn’t vote since there aren’t any options for less than $200.

  • Alex

    Well if you ask me i would say free haha but, i think i would pay around 250-300, not used to that much even though i recently bought a ledlampen

  • StankyChikin

    And now it has been proven… Android users are cheap bastards 🙂

    • Tristan

      Or there might not be a big market for smart watches. At least among the people who visit this site. Maybe these companies will convince people that they want a smart watch. That’s happened before.

  • csseale

    Moto already said they plan on wearables to be their future. In order to do that they need to get them out there. Being >=$300 is suicide.

    So I expect it to be very compative to its biggest competitor. That’s why they are waiting. To see which one that is.

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  • Michael Evans

    Half of you will complain and still buy it, the other half will complain, wont buy it, then troll the forums for months. So this poll is pointless.

    • jeff

      All polls are pointless.

  • Christopher Moore

    I will only pay under $200…. once it hit the refurb bin. Too many people have high hopes for this watch but just because it has a pretty face it’s still a first gen device.

    • NexusMan

      Too many people get hung up on “gen” and “specs,” instead of getting what they want and enjoying and living life.

  • Kayonesoft

    I know some people are willing to spend what I believe to be ridiculous amounts of money for something you wear on your wrist and look at occasionally to tell the time.
    Clocks are abundant. My microwave has one, my Bluray has one, my DVR has one, my PC Taskbar has one, my tablet has one, my phone has one, my wall has one, my car has one. Finding a place to be able to determine the time is not a rarity that I need a dedicated device for. In addition, there are many negatives that come with wearing a watch all the time. Dead skin buildup underneath, sometimes itchiness or rashes, the potential to scratch a laptop or desk with the clasp…

    These android smart watches have one noticeable advantage over just looking at your smartphone and that is the extra 3 seconds you save looking at your wrist instead of digging out your phone.

    In my mind, this is a very cool toy but I wouldn’t pay hundreds for one with such minimal benefits. I believe such a device does have a place in our modern society and I can only see these things becoming more and more popular until they are mainstream, but not until the price comes way down to affordable levels. I wouldn’t pay more than $150 at most for a watch like this and that’s only if I had the spare money to burn. I’d be much more likely to purchase a watch like this nearer to the $100 or below price range. $99 seems like a feel good price.

    • NexusMan

      Clearly, you are not a fan of watches, so it’s really pointless for you. People who ARE into watches, pay up to hundreds of dollars for them, anyway. If you don’t wear watches, a smartwatch is not necessarily targeted at you.

  • 213ninja

    i imagine most of the folks on here would pay a cool fafillion…

  • emoney

    my phone cost $350, paying more than $200 would be absurd

    • NexusMan

      There are THOUSANDS of watches that cost more than your phone.

      • emoney

        I have one nice watch, I’m not in the market for another. If this phone was able to do the same things as my phone it would be worth a similar amount. The fact that it can provide notifications to my already notification enabled phone, and look like a watch is irrelevant TO ME.

        • NexusMan

          And that’s fine. But that doesn’t change the fact that there are thousands of watches that cost more than your phone. Great, you’re not in the market for a new watch. Many people are…myself included. And FYI, it does more than notifications. It’s not a Pebble.

          • emoney

            Ok you are right there are watches that cost more than $350….satisfied??

          • NexusMan

            I’ll be satisfied when I get my Moto 360. But thanks for asking.

  • Matt Lee

    For some reason, a $350 price point is what I’ve been mentally preparing for for a few months now. I’ve read a few articles today claiming to have seen some asian website jump the gun on listing a price equivalent to around $450. Probably unreliable, but I wouldn’t say that number is out of the question. As dead set as I’ve been on getting one of these things since the very first renderings released my Motorola, a $450 price might be enough to push me away.


    No more than $200 like Samsung Live.
    Ian B

  • Don

    So now I’m hoping it’s over $400.00. Shorter waiting time for delivery.

  • mrjayviper

    and Motorola will botch the launch by releasing in America only!

  • Sharkh20

    No dollars.

  • jcorf


  • Ajmobileguru

    What is this site’s obsession with anything Moto??Just when the Moto X fever started subsiding we have this. Anything over $150 for any smart watch seems way too much in my opinion

    • NexusMan

      This site is “obsessed” with anything current and awesome in the mobile space.

  • TC Infantino

    I picked $250, but I would be willing to spend close to $300 for the one with the metal band. This all depends on how well the watch performs in sunlight, battery life, and how it looks when wearing it.

  • ineptone

    I’d like to say I wouldn’t pay $300-350 for the Moto 360 because, on its own, it doesn’t really have a purpose – though it’s my understanding it can still tell time. But then I consider the fact that I’ve paid that much for a traditional watch and I begin to struggle with context. I purchased my traditional watch(es) to tell time and to act as a fashion accessory and, in the end, was able to justify the price. So, it would be hypocritical of me to knock the 360 for having a similar price tag when it would serve the same two purposes as a traditional watch while also offering additional functionality. I think, in the end, the struggle stems from the fact that the Moto 360, and others of its ilk, are perceived as phone accessories, which happen to cost almost as much as the device it is to be used with, rather than watches. And in there lies the problem. If we choose to view smart watches simply as watches with additional functionalities then I believe the prices become far more reasonable. At least to those who are already willing to, or have already invested in a higher end traditional watch.

  • Jesse Torres

    I really really doubt it’ll be 250. But it would be a lot cooler if does.

  • acashe42

    Moto X+1 and 360 discounted bundle???

  • pyro74boy .

    $100 bucks tops for any of these overrated smart-watches .That is my spending limit for them assuming I really end up buying one because I would rather spend my money on something else like maybe even a real watch that is going to outperform all of these smart-watches in terms of battery performance. These smart-watches are just gimmicks for people who have tons of money to flush down the toilet..

    • NexusMan

      You won’t even get an Android Wear Fossil for $100.

      • pyro74boy .

        These watches are gimmicks. Maybe in 2 or 3 years from now I might be getting one but only if they come down in price.

        • NexusMan

          I’m not sure if you know what gimmick means.

          • pyro74boy .

            Trust me I do. Saving my money for the New HTC rumored Nexus Tablet.

  • tony smith

    If the Kairos company is legit and they prove to be more than a startup, I would prefer to buy one of those watches and upgrade the components every 2 years. But some astute people did point out the obvious caveats. They could fall flat on their @ss and you are stuck with a very nice watch with antiquated electronic components. I get a new Note every year because that’s just my thing. I don’t want to feel compelled to get a new watch every year regardless of the price. Thanks for making me aware of Kairos. I emailed and asked if they have any other businesses other than watch. I would pay the money for the swiss movement if I knew that they were gonna be around.

    • NexusMan

      I’m placing my chips on the multibillion dollar entity that is Google…any day over a concept on a fundraising site.

  • Sean Bello

    Yeah, not many people will be buying if these results are the case. It’s gonna be over $300. I’d be fine paying $350, but I don’t think I’d stop myself it was $400. It’s a really stylish accessory and it’s functional as hell.

    • NexusMan

      Yup. That’s what I said. I’d go to $400.

      • Sean Bello

        I’d go to 4, but I don’t think I’d be happy about it. Part of why the X was so great was because of price. If it was over 6 (flagship price), people would’ve lost it because of the lack of specs. They hit the sweet spot.

  • NexusMan

    Judging by those votes, either people are lying or a whole lot of them won’t be getting it at launch. IMO

  • matt

    $300 is my max

  • Shawn John

    In a Tech watch Id prefer a square or rectangular bezel, in a more elegant watch I could do a circular bezel, but for some reason although I have had a ton of circular bezels, in a smart watch they look feminine to me.

  • Tony Byatt

    Maybe they were right about us Android users…

    Maybe we are cheap… 😛

  • Steveo

    How about none of the above, and wait for the “next big thing.” I’m already tired of the 360, can’t wait for some more options!

  • Shawn John

    Waiting on the 2nd gen LG G Watch. Don’t want to be the first one to help figure out the bugs.

    • NexusMan

      Hmmm. Charging a watch is ridiculous but charging a phone isn’t?

  • Sergey

    $250? Just curious, how do you expect it to cost just $20 more than the most basic LG watch? I think $280-300 is more than reasonable. You gotta reward Motorola for what they did here. Give them some money for the effort and unique profit.
    I dunno, I guess I’m one of those who wants Motorola to succeed and I don’t mind giving them some $$$ when they clearly deserve it. I don’t know what the margins would be but IMO 20% is fair for such product.

  • Guest

    Retail Price $249, occassional sale would drop the price to around $189/$199, that’s the max price most people would be comfotable with..

  • Under the bridge downtown

    If I don’t have to charge it too often, has wireless (or kinetic) charging, the face is readable in sunlight, is water resistant, and has a great metal band I will gladly pay $400. I prefer it in the $200-$300 range but I am not looking for a cheap POS. My current Omega watch has lasted me years.

  • I’d pay $150 as soon as they get rid of the dumb bottom bezel.

    • NexusMan

      You’ve already established you won’t be getting it.

      • And now I’ve established what it would take to turn me around on it.

        • NexusMan

          You had also already established that.

          • Your point? DL posted another article about the 360, and I read it & felt compelled to comment. That’s how comments work.

          • NexusMan

            I was very clear with my point: You’ve already established you won’t be getting it.

  • 300 is my max…. any more ill wait

  • Wow, I’m surprised by the results… I’m with Kellen on the 360 as a must have and have decided I’ll go as high as $500.although I would much rather spend 2.

    also considering the limited availability potential (sapphire display etc) , I can understand a price hike to avoid immediate sellout.

  • ApplesNAndroids

    How much “would” I pay? Probably upwards of 350. How much do I want to pay? About 280

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  • Michael Nyitrai

    1 poll and everyones a marketing mathmatician

  • Cesar

    *throws money at screen*

  • trwb

    How about $75-$100. Because in 6 months when watches come out with standalone internet access, calling, etc. This device will seem pretty bad.

    • Ryan N

      They have a hard enough time getting decent battery performance in the current smart watches. A cell radio is a sure fire way to guarantee one hour battery life… If not for that, I’d agree.

      • trwb

        Maybe just standalone HSPA+ and WiFi would be good enough. Could do standalone sms and internet. That would be appealing to me.

    • NexusMan

      lol. yea ok. Just what I want: a watch with standalone internet access and a phone, over the power of Google Now and Android Wear.

  • Frank

    Device just seems like immense overkill to me. The Razer Nabu that’s coming out would do pretty much exactly what I’d want to use a Smart Watch for and costs $100 or less. Think that’s far more an attractive option then any of these.

  • frhow

    Seeing that I spend over 500+ for a mechanical watch, one that is much more versatile and stylish as well warrants any price tag <1000.

  • Alex Boro

    Has anyone’s G Watch shipped yet?

    • Shipping today from what I’m seeing. Ours hasn’t shipped though.

  • RoboCop

    I’d do $599 for the Moto X+1 and 360 combo

    • Sean Bello

      I would do that in an instant, considering that’s what the price of the phone will be by itself.

  • Nick281051

    “I’d buy that for a dollar”

  • Victor Who

    So, at the time of this post, 7,644 people have said that they are going to buy the Moto360 watch. LOL…all the more reason why I shouldn’t get it. Don’t get me wrong, I like the Moto360 but I don’t want to be clustered in with 70% of the Android Wear buying public because the uniqueness will be gone. At least with the LG G Watch, you can change the wristband and make your watch unique in more ways than the Moto360. To be honest, I don’t know what I want….I’ll probably get both, but use the G Watch as my daily watch.

    • sirmeili

      What phone do you own? Do you really only own the phone you have because most people DON’T have it? I like the Moto360 because it looks nice. If everyone else in the room all have one, so be it. At least I’ll know they have good taste.

      Not everything in life is about being “unique”.

      Also, there has been no confirmation that you can’t change the band. In my option, based on the pictures that were posted last week on DL, it looks as though you could change the bands, but that’s just my opinion.

    • So you’d rather use an uninspired, square, seen-before watch than an inspiring, circular, and innovative watch, simply because you want to be different?…

      Well good luck with that

    • sirmeili

      Let me also add, that a lot of the “uniqueness” that you are looking for are going to be in the watch faces, not the band. I rarely recognize a watches band. I mostly notice it’s face.

      • NexusMan

        I think it will be multiple things. The physical watch face itself, the clock faces, and the band. If I’m in a short sleeve shirt and have a gorgeous stainless steel band around my wrist, you’re gonna notice the band before the face. It makes up the majority of the watch.

    • rawr

      Don’t be afraid of getting it. Lots of people on DL said the Moto X was going to be a hot seller and they sold like 100k. You’ll still be the hippest hipster around.

      • sirmeili

        So having a phone you like and that works very well makes you a hipster? Or is that more a comment on his need to be Unique? If the latter, I agree with you 😉

        • rawr

          His need to be unique. Once the MotoMaker allows plaid backing and fedora2phone bluetooth connection then MotoX will be what makes you a hipster though.

          • sirmeili

            Hmmmmm…..fedora2phone bluetooth…….very interesting……SHARK TANK HERE I COME!!!

      • NexusMan

        Wow, you’re the only person who knows the exact sales figure.

    • frhow

      You can easily throw on a different watch face made available from the play store I am sure to fit your unique style. So you still get your uniqueness but those square smart watches remind me soo much of those calculator watches decades ago.

    • jakemyster84

      I currently wear a Bulova watch everyday, I am sure there are thousands of other people who wear the exact same watch as I do also. No matter what watch you buy whether it is a smart watch or not many other people will have the same watch. Unless you get one that is a limited production, but otherwise you are 1 in 1000’s that will have the same watch. Am I ever going to see someone else wearing the same watch as me, maybe. But my watch is still unique to me.

      I already forgot where I was going with this so 5 years from now we can all look back and laugh at the X amount of money we spent on the Moto 360 compared to what is available at the time.

    • Sean Bello

      You didn’t see the part about moto maker did you? And what do you use for a phone? If it’s a galaxy phone, I’m sure you’re ok with almost 20 million people having the same phone…

    • chris_johns

      so your a hipster…let me not get nice things because everyoneee has nice things and i wanna be differet so i wear old ratty clothes…do you man…do you

    • NexusMan

      Android has 80% Worldwide marketshare. 7,644 people is hardly 70% of the Android Wear buying public. Even if 7,644 people in the US bought this watch and wore it everyday, it’s very likely you’d never see one of them. You should be fine.

  • I voted low in case they are watching over us like they use to before the Google-Lenovo stuff …

    • Jeremy Kacher

      I was thinking the same thing

  • subiedude85

    I’d save till Christmas and pay $400. I’d rather it be less but I think that’s still a fair price

  • CaptainHowdy13

    =< $100 for me. I'm not into the smartwatch fad for more than $100

  • Higher_Ground

    Look, I know there are a good number of reasons to justify a >$200 price tag, but none of them are really that convincing. Comparisons to normal watches and other products aside, it’s not worth that much money. I could be completely blown away by the device, but as it stands there’s not a lot it would do for and we’re all pretty sure there’ll be a new one out next year, probably much more refined.
    I may not have the most unbaised opinion because I don’t see any point to a smartwatch, but if you asked me how much I’d pay for one it wouldn’t be much. Heck I’m not willing to pay for a new phone at this point.

  • chris125

    $250 max

  • Kyle S.

    I’ve spent around $200 on a normal watch before, so I can see $250 being something I would spend.

  • DJ SPY

    $200 is too much for any smart watch. They’re pretty much useless on their own. They have to be tethered to your phone to offer any functionality.

    • JoshGroff

      It depends on the functionality, if it can be used as a standalone device with the option to sync, I could see dropping $200 easily.

    • Droidzilla

      Different strokes and all that. I find I use my phone less and less, and that it’s mostly for things like notifications, Google Now, and navigation. Offloading those tasks to my watch would make usability a lot better for my profile, so a smartwatch using Android Wear is perfect for me. I wouldn’t feel the need to upgrade my Nexus 4 if I get one of these (which I very well may end up doing).

  • monkeyboyep

    Probably $300+ alone, but some bundle deal with the X+1 for early buyers. And if it’s anything like the Moto X, we’ll see promotions for different bands/styles throughout the first launch year. I’m excited!!!!

  • Mike Sember


  • bako1

    Just did the math, my guess would be for Motorola to shoot for Under 299-250…this way they maximize the amount of sales, and also keep the quality of the item high. With that said, I am not certain what there profits would be but using the current vote numbers we get something like this for sales:

    313 buyers @ $300 = $93900
    391 buyers @ $200 = $78200
    496 buyers @ $250 = $124000 <— Clearly the winner (or so you think until you consider your profit margin in this case)

    • Not sure how you did your math. Logically, if it’s priced at $200, anyone who voted in this poll would buy it. If it’s priced at $250, everyone who didn’t vote for $200 would buy it. And so on. That being said:

      Currently –
      1,839 buyers @ $200 = $367,800
      1,288 buyers @ $250 = $322,000
      582 buyers @ $300 = $174,600

      I think you get the idea.

      • bako1

        Yes your absolutely right, I just wanted to purely use the available numbers without this consideration for a couple reasons.
        I think people are low balling, because they want it as cheap as possible, that is why they are inclined more to vote for $200.
        Of course you want to pay $200….the question is how much is it worth to you? From a business sense, I want to get those $200 low ballers to all cough up an extra $99.

        • Sure. And I think it’s feasible that at least 20% of the low-ballers would fork over the extra dough, especially for $250. So you’re probably spot on about that being the sweet spot, at least for this blog.

          • bako1

            Exactly, it becomes something more of a question of “these people who follow technology actually know how much the hardware is worth,” so how much marketing do I have to do targeted towards the tech-lovers sector, vs how much marketing I have to do with the fashionista target audience, then you play with those numbers and you do some more poles on other blogs, and you get a better idea, but your right, who know’s maybe non-technology inclined people wouldn’t pay the extra $50…and $200 is the real sweet spot because they are going to buy the product more than us techies.

          • I don’t know. If anything, I feel like fashion-oriented folks would tend to not care about the money they spend. My sister was big in to fashion and got herself into $10,000+ credit card debt lol, and I’m sure she’s not the only one. People with fashion on their mind throw money around like crazy. Technology people try to restrain, at least as long as they can make an argument 😛

          • sirmeili

            I agree, but I tend to go overboard when it comes to “technology”. I’ll buy a $100 wall switch I can turn on and off with my phone (really my HA system is a lot more than this), but freak out over $100 shoes….LOL

          • Cory S

            I know what you mean, I tend to have certain things that I will spend as much as needed on because they are of a primary interest to me. Phones, home automation, western boots (dont judge). But, then I refuse to spend 25 dollars to have my lawn cut for me, or spend 3 bucks on the toll road on the way into work to save 15 minutes.

          • sirmeili

            I really really really want to say something about those boots there….but I’ll try and refrain 🙂

            On another note, I finally broke down and started having a lawn guy do my lawn. I was working so much that it was getting done maybe once every other month. For the $80/month (which i can make in less than 1 hour of work), it was worth it to just not stress over it. Once I retire or have more free time, I would like to go back to doing it, but it’s just convenience…..

            That being said.. My Fiance can’t stand what I spend my money on. She thinks it’s just crazy 🙂

          • Cory S

            it was a combination of things…mostly it came down to me being anal that he didn’t set the deck height of his mower at the most proper level for mowing my type of grass, and I’m tired of fighting lawn diseases passed on from other peoples lawns through mower blades. it also gave me an excuse to buy a backpack leaf blower…come on thats awesome.

          • sirmeili

            Ha! I fired a guy for the same reasons years ago (scalping my lawn). My new guy his first time I ran out there and said “Hey, can you cut it at 4 inches?” and he said “I was thinking more like 4.5 inches”…. after that, I just forgot about it. He’s been doing it a few months now and it’s been awesome.

            Though I think I could use a new backpack leaf blower…..hmmmmmmmm. Decisions decisions….LOL

          • Cory S

            Around here it’s impossible to find one that speaks english, so communications like that one that should take seconds is 20 minutes of painful hand signals, and diagram drawings… way easier to just push the mower myself haha.

            (I also got a weed trimmer that has a saw attachment, and garden soil tiller…yeah its awesome)

          • sirmeili

            My guy’s grandfather lives across the street. My original reasons for choosing him was that:

            1) I know his grandfather and he’s a hard working, great guy
            2) He had been mowing his grandfather’s yard and his neighbor for a few months before I talked to him so I knew he did a good job
            3) He’s young, but he seems to know his stuff.

            He also communicates very well.

            That said, I still have all my “toys” from when I did my lawn my self, I have a similar weed trimmer as well…. including the garden soil tillers and yeah…that’s pretty awesome 🙂

          • bako1

            True, you just never know though with the fashion crowd, since they are not as educated with the function of the device.
            You would have to market it to them well, like an iPhone. I personally think the fashion crowd will pay over $329, but a lot of cost will need to go into marketing to the large audience, who doesn’t recognize Motorola brand well.
            which is why i think that
            the price will be somewhere between $299-255….

          • Cory S

            I jsut don’t see wearables catching on with the fashion crowd, no matter how nice they are. it is going to be some kind of hipster/tech/fashion fringe.

          • Cory S

            Well, it’s the first ever round AMOLED screen, metal build, QI charging, and possibly a custom X8 type chip, but at minimum a Snapdragon 400. Even if you go off what the hardwares worth I can see it being over 250 easy.

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      • Grayson

        Those numbers don’t mean anything without knowing Motorola’s cost to market though. If it costs Moto $225 per watch to cover all of their expenses getting the watch to market, then they would lose $45,975 selling the watch for $200 in your scenario, they would make $32,200 selling it for $250, and they would make $43,650 selling it for $300. So even though they pull in the least gross revenue selling it for $300, they would make the most profit that way, which is what matters.

        • bako1

          Like I said, we don’t know their actual cost, but its probably close to $190+ marketing +hr+ etc. unless they have some mega market muscle.

          • Maxim∑

            no way the watch costs 190$ to build. I would say no more than 100$

          • sirmeili

            Minimization costs. Round screens probably cost a lot (relatively). I have no clue how to figure out the cost on items like this, but $100 does seem low for the amount of miniaturization in the device. Granted, other smart watches have been around a few years, so perhaps that miniaturization cost isn’t that much anymore.

          • bako1

            Your forgetting huge labor & research costs. ..your only thinking materials and production, thats unrealistic

    • Droidzilla

      120,000,000 buyers @ $1=$120,000,000! Price it at $1, Moto, for teh profits!

  • jim

    Not sure I’d use much , haven’t worn a watch in years , if ya got a smart phone why bother

    • JoshGroff

      Sometimes it’s not socially acceptable to have your phone out, but you still need access to notifications in case of an emergency.

      • jim


      • sirmeili

        I completely agree and this is one of the reasons I want a smart watch. I do think though that the “interaction” with these watches will eventually get the same stigma as you get from looking at your phone in those situations. So “Looking at your watch” will be ok, but “flicking the screen on your watch” will be just as bad as pulling out your phone and going through it.

        Still, having quick discreet access to that newest notification without much work though is the benefit I’m taking from it.

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  • jim

    I go 150 max

  • Nathan Bryant

    I hope it’s $250. I already think the LG Wear watch is overpriced for what it is. Not that Android Wear is nothing, but the design should be a plus in what the price is and LG’s is nothing spectacular in that department. Samsung’s looks better and it cost less than LG’s. I can see a max of $300. Anything over is possibly asking for to much and might be a fail for them.

  • jb

    I wouldn’t wear any of them even if they were free. They look ridiculous and don’t simplify my life. Why would I want to waste money on it. I suspect most people are interested due to marketing as I seem to remember most people saying they hated the idea when it first came out. Marketing and “hype beasting” has taken its toll on y’alls sensibilities. These things are dumb as f***.

    • JoshGroff

      I’m really growing to like my Smartwatch 2, and I just bought it yesterday. Really nice to not have to take your phone out of your pocket at work to check notifications or change songs, and for $80 used, it was hard to pass up.

    • Matthew Rebmann

      I’ve been waiting for a viable smartwatch for long time. I enjoy time-pieces and I’d like one that does more than just tell time but isn’t trying to be a smartphone in a watch. Why does anyone who wants one have to be an idiot? Everyone has priorities and things they find desirable. Yes, marketing helps influence that but it’s not the sole reason I’m sure many people want one. I’m sure many people made the same argument about a smartphone in the first place. They used to suck and weren’t well made or intuitive. Companies try to make products that they think might fill a need (yes, motivated by money) and hope it catches on. Easy on the hate 🙂

    • PoisonApple31

      Marketing, no. Interest in all things Android, yes. I use my Gear 2 Neo a lot at work, and that experience has me wanting to see what Android Wear has to offer. Just because you don’t understand smartwatches, doesn’t make them dumb as f***.

  • Leonardo Sanchez V

    No more than $300 for sure!

  • Orion

    $300 would be the absolute most I spend and that’s cutting it close.

    • MacNificent

      Yeah. I chose $300 but I’m not planning on spending more than $250.. I would even wait for the price to come down to $200..

  • cjohn4043

    I feel like we can expect a price of about $300. Anything more than that really will turn A LOT of people away.

  • creed

    $0.00. That is one of the worst looking watches I’ve seen and I can’t believe how many people here are wetting their pants over this.

    • Nathan Bryant

      Really? It’s shaped like a normal watch without the hands in the middle. Do you not like watches general?

      • creed

        I’m not a huge watch person these days, but I am considering either the LG or Samsung smart watch. I’m one of the few that like the rectangular faced watch vs the round. Always did.

    • PoisonApple31

      People have wetted their pants for a lot less. 3D television!!!

  • Bman4000

    I honestly just dont see the need for these things.

    • Nathan Bryant

      I felt the way, or at least that way for my personal use, but I think what the current ones were missing was an attractive UI and without the extra stuff a watch just doesn’t need (Samsung). I could see myself use it. It’ll really come in handy for the moments you get something but can’t pick up your phone at that very moment. A glance and you didn’t miss it.

  • alt

    I honestly won’t be getting any android wear device anytime soon (like both iOS and Android, but use iOS more) but for me it would all matter on what sensors it has at what price. No sensors? Ill pay 250 max. With sensors depending on what they can do maybe 350 but that is so I can use it as a health tool. I am waiting to see what Apple can stir up and maybe they can create the standard for what sensors are in smartwatches maybe then I would get an Android wear (mostlikely Moto 360 generation 2 or 3?) to go along with my Nexus 5 and Moto X then ill have my iWatch? For my iPhones.

  • sean parmenter

    I can see it being a good value at $250, so I voted for that. I picture it going for more, probably $300. Either way, I can’t justify any amount for what’s essentially another watch that happens to do some pretty amazing things. I’d be lucky if my wife sympathizes with my inner geek and gets me one as a gift.

  • Michael swaim

    I’m WILLING to pay UPTO 350+ Taxes & Shipping for a Moto 360…. For now i’ll be happy when i get my G watch and new metal band in the mail that i ordered.

  • Big EZ

    I wouldn’t even be interested unless they released a version similar to the metal band render that’s out. I’m not sure if I would buy that though, I have my eye on a Citizens Nighthawk.

  • Matthew Rebmann

    It all depends on the price when I will buy it. (it won’t but but) if it’s $200, that’s impulse buy territory for me. If it’s $250 I’ll probably buy it by summer’s end. If it’s &300 I’ll wait till Black Friday or Christmas and I’ll definitely buy it then. Barring some extreme fault with the device, that is. (incredibly short battery-life or something akin to that.

  • $350 maybe $400 max

  • Spas528

    definitely in the 250-300 range. Especially given the fact that they are releasing it much later than the rest.

  • John

    Where is the option for $150-$179?

  • Lee Winkler

    Kellen!? Are you working for Motorola now? This sounds eerily close to market research to me…..

    • CivilDroid

      thats why we should all be saying less than $200 🙂

  • blix247

    I think this poll is what people *want* to pay, not what they would pay. A lot people are voting for 20 bucks more than the G watch? Really?

  • thistimearound

    I don’t currently have a watch, mostly because I don’t need a timepiece with my phone always around me. If I’m going to wear one, I want it to look nice and have added functionality, but at $300+ it’s not a product I can afford and it’s not a need. $200 or less for me, and if that means I have to wait, I’m okay with that.

    • Higher_Ground

      most watches these days are more/less waterproof, one of the main reasons I use mine. If smart phones and smart watches get to be as rugged as a normal watch, I’ll be more inclined to see the value in them.

      • thistimearound

        Good point. I’m a student in Texas, so I don’t have much need for waterproofed things. Haha

  • Blue Sun

    Motoactv MSRP was originally $250. I wouldn’t want to pay more than that. LG & Samsung have set the pricing competitive on their devices too.

  • Maxim∑

    299$ max, preferrably 249$ or free with X+1 🙂

    • obsidianobelisk

      > free with X+1

      hahahahahahah…..oh, wow.

      • Maxim∑

        Carriers are already doing it with the galaxy gear.

        So hahahah oh wow to your hahahah oh wow

        • MobileSpace

          You’d have to pay me to get a galaxy gear though.

  • Elwin Gill

    I put $350, simply because I want there to be some sort of exclusivity to one of the best android products out there. At anything under $200, I think customers will think it is a cheap attempt to get the masses on board. Apple has kept their prices high on every product they sell and there comes a level of ownership with those products. I am no way a fan of apple products, but I get the reasons for their price points. I will absolutely get this watch when it comes out regardless of price.

    • niuguy

      Yeah. 350 sounds totally reasonable to me as well. I would love to pay less but the question here is what is the most we’d pay.

  • PG

    I voted for $250 since that’s my preference but I wouldn’t mind paying $300 that’s probably as high as I will go.

  • BiggiePhat

    I’d pay $350. Bought the G Watch and Gear Live to see what i like best. Probably keep a square one and the moto360. Gotta accessorize.

  • Good_Ole_Pinocchio

    It has to cost $250 or less. They’re going to price themselves out of the market for the average consumer. All the watches do the same thing. it’s the exact same software you’re not getting “better” necessarily because it looks nicer. . . . for the average consumer.

  • Justin

    Where’s the $150 option?

    • el Big CHRIS

      Lol. I did $300 but with taxes/fees and shipped. By itself. If they bundle it with the X+1 then definitely $150 or less.

    • Miguel Angel Portela

      I look at this price and agree. I waver between wondering if I’m spoiled or cheap. But I can’t honestly bring myself to pay more than $150 for a watch. I love watches and I even collect them. But let’s be realistic here I’ve already paid $350 for my phone. But God, that’s a fully featured phone. Should an accessory really cost this much?

      • If you collect high-end watches, you’ll know that $249-$299 is a relatively inexpensive watch.

        • Good_Ole_Pinocchio


        • Cory S

          100% agree, I have several which were over 600 and just consider them middle of the road. But the wrist watch has been around a couple hundred years, and the value for them has stabilized. They also won’t be obsolete in a year. When ever you start putting microchips in a product its value drops like crazy year over year.

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          • Android_09

            You’re arrogance is hilarious to me. In any case I have millions of watches which were over millions of dollars and I consider them middle of the road. I’m typing this from my yacht make of gold in my chair made out of baby seal skin and elephant ivory. Get a life and don’t try to seem impressive to people on the internet loser.

          • Cory S

            I’m sorry my taste in watches offends you. I assume you don’t have any hobby’s? You’ve never spent 600 on a phone that is near worthless in two years have you? My watches are worth more now than when I bought them.

          • Nikuliai

            that’ll happen only a couple of years, we’re getting to the lowest nm we can go with the actual tech

        • rawr

          This isn’t a high-end watch. It is a tiny tablet. A tiblet if you will, that attaches to your wrist.

          • That’s the dumbest comment I’ve read in quite some time. Congratulations.

          • RoboCop

            I do like the word tiblet though…

          • rawr

            Good one. Great job making counter-points!

          • Comparatively, it may not be a high-end watch. But I think everyone can concede that it is a high-end smartwatch.

            The tiny tablet point is dumb because there’s nothing really standalone about the watch, at least that I know of. Not to mention it doesn’t run stock android, and it really is used for completely different purposes.

            However, I can see where you were going with the comment. Maybe not the dumbest comment. I’ll say, silliest. Better?

          • Droidzilla

            In fairness, it does run stock Android; it’s just the Android Wear version. Unless Moto did some customisation or something; I’m not too up on my Android Wear software platforms.

          • sirmeili

            I believe his point was that it’s not just a “smaller” phone running the same OS which is how tablets are normally done (though there are optimizations in the OS to handle the different form factors). This is it’s own OS, that is probably based one Android, but cannot be considered “Android OS”. It is “AndroidWear OS”. Funny though that the “version” is actually 4.4w where I assume “w” is for “wear”.

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        • Grayson

          Yeah, but traditional watches don’t become obsolete after a couple years as technology progresses. You can keep them for a lifetime, or even several lifetimes if you bought a super expensive watch. After two years, these smart watches will likely stop getting updates though and soon after will no longer work with the latest apps and version of the OS running on your phone, making them paper weights.

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            Thank you. I couldn’t figure out how to explain this but you hit it right on the head

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          • Cheap Bastardo

            then make your own watch out of dirt and boogers, cheapazz

        • agree

          Agree with you MrFrodo24. Even if you don’t collect watches you know that $249-$299 is cheap for a nice watch. I don’t collect watches and even I recognize that bit. The Moto360 is aiming to be a premium smartwatch for business or daily life. If you guys want cheap then get the LG, Samsung, or a Pebble.

          Droid-Life readers are pretty damn cheap.

        • Miguel Angel Portela

          Well I don’t collect Breitling or Rolex if that’s what you mean. I mostly collect Swatch watches. They’re only 79 a piece but hey. I have virtually any color for any outfit. I have a couple of limited edition cartoon ones like Tin Tin and Corto Maltese. But it’s not about the price, it’s about how quickly it’ll become obsolete for it’s price. 350 is a smartphone or half of one. But it mostly acts as a viewer, doesn’t it?

        • ckeegan

          Yeah, you don’t “collect” watches if you can’t bring yourself to pay more than $150 for one. Then again, I guess you can have a collection of Casio’s.

    • MicroNix

      With everyone already accustomed to top spec smartphones being $250 or under, an *accessory* over $250 isn’t going anywhere. You Moto fans can crow about this watch all you want, but at the end of the day, the only person in public you’ll see wearing it is you. Technology is not going to magically bring watches out of the stone age until they can replace your phone.

  • Raven

    I am fully prepared to spend up to $360 for the Moto 360 with a metal band.

  • Jon Garside

    Up to $250 and Ill take two. One for the missus, one for me

  • Good_Ole_Pinocchio


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    • Ryan N

      Why isn’t “sacrificing first born” an option?

      • sirmeili

        I want to agree with you, buy my first born is giving me the evil eye 😉

      • pr

        Hey Ross Harris, shouldn’t you be in court right now?

        • Ryan N

          All I know is I wouldn’t leave my 360 in a hot car.

          • Chris Hannan

            I’m dying.

        • Paul Hansen

          Too soon?

          • pr

            Its ok, I was left in a hot car once.

          • ToTheChair

            EFF that FotherMucker, Unless the guy has an IQ of under 75 with mental disabilities, it was no accident.

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      LMFAO. The nostalgia is strong with this one.

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    • Bobby Or What

      I will pay $201. $200 for the watch functionality and $1 for the ability to use as a regulation sized hockey puck.

  • Pit

    The less the best, I would like $250. But having in mind the other prices, $300 doesn’t sound bad for a beautiful and customizable smartwatch.

  • vOc627

    How about a discounted bundle pricing for purchasing both the 360 and the X+1? I’d bite.

    • Brandon Miller

      I have a feeling that they may try something like that.

  • Dre Fay

    Yeah i can’t see myself spending more than 200 for a product that’s really just a fashion statement, my two phones are more than enough for my tech needs.

    • Matthew Rebmann

      I respect the fact that you don’t seem to see it as that useful for your needs but I wouldn’t call it just a fashion statement. I’d call it a convenience that isn’t necessary for most people. It happens to have the ability to look fantastic though 🙂

    • You make a point about how you don’t care that much about your fashion, then conclude by saying your two phones are enough for your technology needs. Not sure where your logic is there.

      • Dre Fay

        i keep readung my post and I don’t think i said, i don’t care much about my fashion.

        • I implied it based on your not wanting to spend more than $200. Sorry for my assumption.

          • Dre Fay

            No prob Bob, but know, i will probably will purchase said device. i love android:)

    • Higher_Ground

      more specifically, a fashion statement that will be obsolete in a few years. If you spent $300 on a nice necklace or even a pair of shoes, you’ll get more mileage.

      • It seems like a pretty timeless design. As long as it doesn’t scratch easily and the software continues to update and get better, I could see myself keeping this on my wrist for at least 3-4 years.

        • Higher_Ground

          If it lasts that long I would be impressed. I don’t think Motorola has supported anything longer than 2 years since the og droid, but I could easily be mistaken. The design is outstanding, but I’m not sure how solid the hardware will be in a year. This is certainly the most serious attempt by any manufacturer to make something that has a lasting appeal, so I hope it lasts.

          • Referring to the OG droid, that was the old Motorola. This new one looks much more committed to supporting their devices for years to come. Not sure how the whole lenovo acquistion plays into that, but that’s another discussion.

          • sirmeili

            I think some of that lasting support is from the Google Influence. Let’s all hope it sticks around after Lenovo takes over (since they say they’re gonna let Motorola run as a separate company)

          • Nikuliai

            Google is making the updates right now man

      • sirmeili

        Aren’t most “fashion statements” obsolete in a few years anyways if not sooner? Sure you bought those nice shoes, but they are out of style now….. You could keep wearing them, but obviously you care about “fashion”, so you won’t.

        Jewelry I get, but Jewelry has absolutely zero functionality (which is why I don’t wear any except watches). I would rather spend money on something I can “use” for a few years than to spend money on something that accessorizes myself (rings, necklace, etc) that I may keep forever, but has done nothing to help me.

        Now you could argue that a smartwatch is “useless”, but I like not only the looks of the Moto360, but also its convenience.

        • Higher_Ground

          I guess I meant obsolete as in I hope it still functions, or that they still update it if newer models come out. I’m not a fashion person, as I think you’ve pointed out 🙂

        • Jprime

          Your concept of jewlary is flawed. If you only dressed for function you could just wear sweatpants everywhere. Do you?

          • sirmeili

            Nope…shorts (pretty much exclusively actually). I live in Florida and I work from home full time. I’m sure all the people who see me walk around town make all these crazy assumptions about what I do for a living, and those that actually ask have the stare of “are you kidding me?”. If I had a meeting with a client, I would wear a suit as it is a matter of “function” that I look a certain way. Same with Weddings, funerals, etc. No one expects me to wear jewelry (except maybe a wedding ring, which I will wear out of tradition when I get married this fall).

            Being a guy, I suppose it is different for me. Women may find more “pressure” to have to wear jewelry in certain situations. I have never found there to be any good reason to wear jewelry in any situation (except the wedding ring). I can only think of one social convention that even suggests that you should wear jewelry: Wedding rings.

        • BroRob

          Apples to oranges my friend. The smart watches coming out today are the calculator watches of the 80s. In a couple decades we’ll laugh at the sight of them and remember how much fun they were playing with them. I had one back then and I’ll have the Moto 360 soon. I like it because it does look like a nice time piece but I dont expect to still be using it in 5 years. I do however still expect my Chuck Taylors will be cool, and most of my watches be it my Timex, Nixon, Diesel or Tag (unfortunately thats my high end) will still be worn. Everyone is different especially when it comes to wearables, it doesn’t mean ANY of these opinions are wrong. I’d hate to see everyone agree on price and style because this would be a lame place to live.

      • Nikuliai

        Shoes? a few years? do you even walk?

  • Seiga

    Moto did an amazing job with design and integration! It looks like a very elegant watch. And having something elegant on your wrist seems much better than having a square watch looking like one of those Casio Calculator watches. $299 seems to be the best price range for something like this. It just looks like a premium watch. At least I would market it as such for sure!

  • bogy25

    I said $300 but that has to come with the metal band – not sure if I would go more than that – I love the look of this watch and want it so bad which might effect my judgment >P

  • hans wee

    i’m generally considered pretty ungeeky, though i do have a moto x and not an iphone. couple of my coworkers got the LG watch at i/o. I think we’ve all decided it cant possibly be worth more than about $100

  • Derek Duncan

    I think $300 is the top end of what I would spend. More like $250 is what I’m hoping. If it’s more than $300, I’m not buying.

  • Ben Murphy

    Whoever voted more than 400, you’re joking, right?

    • Elwin Gill

      It is the best looking watch out yet! If it performs as well as we all hope it does, then it may as well be a Cartier, LV, or Pradda.. LG and Samsung really don’t have a product that looks this nice. Let them be cheaper price to bring in the mass consumer.

      • MJ

        Check out kairoswatches.com

        • teamtony

          That’s pretty slick. And they got their black bottom bezel quite thin.

        • sirmeili

          Nice blend between the two technologies. No need to have the screen on full time because there is a mechanical watch.

          However, this is another “start up”, so I will not consider it seriously until they actually deliver a watch. They are also quite pricey, but it is probably warranted. They are beautiful watches nonetheless.

          • MJ

            Ya that is my concern and why I would hesitate to pre-order, even with the 50% off deal which I think ended yesterday. Plus if you opt for one of the limited editions your looking at March 2015 for delivery. A few appealing features though, are an actual Japanese or Swiss movement, and an upgrade option for the electronic components and battery.

          • Elwin Gill

            That is an outstanding concept for a watch… I have the same concerns you do about the transparent screen, but damn that is nice. But that honestly adds to my point, this watch and the Moto360 should cost more simply because they are better and more unique. The LG and the Samsung watches fill the lower price range just fine, don’t cheapen the 360 to compete, let it offer better specs and better build quality (for the right price).

        • Taylor Abrahamson

          As cool as their rendered designs look. I don’t see any prototype with an actual, round, transparent OLED. No consumer product has a transparent high resolution RGB OLED display yet. What makes this startup think they can do what samsung has been working a decade on?

          Just food for thought, It really is a beautiful design.

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    • I said $350 btw

    • epps720

      Being that Moto used to check these boards (the old CEO but still) we should all say $200 and maybe Moto will follow suit

    • Rodeojones000

      I voted $400, but I’d certainly consider paying more depending on the specs.

    • Under the bridge downtown

      If it were a Cartier, we would be talking $2K + for anything decent.

      • Aristeides

        That, and it still wouldn’t be a good watch.

      • Marsg

        Either way the functionality doesn’t justify the price tag, we’re talking about a watch that display notifications from your phone that costs more than a nexus 5, one plus one, the moto x and a few other mid to high range devices. These things shouldn’t be worth more than 200.

        • Chris Hannan

          If you’re strictly focused on value, the LG and Samsung smart watches will probably appeal to you more.

          • Marsg

            Im not focused on value, i would gladly pay more for a watch with great material, stainless steal and the widely used saphire crystal(used on most modern watches even those at a 100$ price tag) are not great materials, maybe for a tech gadget but not from a wearable standpoint. The moto 360 is also the thickest of the android wear watches, its advertised from face point of view but if seen from the side it protrudes from the wrist alot. Its also advertized as being circular and even given the name moto 360 but we all know its not truely circular since they added the display connectors on the bottom(more like 320). The problem here is that everyone is comparing it to other smartwatches, and in that regard its the most aesthetically pleasing but thats not saying much since all the other smartwatches up to now have been extremely ugly and the lg g watch is probably the worst looking in my opinion. I have been wearing watches since middle school(Currently in college) and in terms of looks i wouldnt trade my current dumb watches ( ranging from 400$ to 3k) for this watch even though it has more functionality, because it just plainly looks too bulky on the wrist. Now when you compare it to tech gadgets like smartphones and tablets, this thing costs about half the price of a smartphone to manufacture but being sold at the same price point even though its not a standalone device and relies on your smartphone. Its the equivalent of buying a 600$ smart remote for a 600$ T. V. If i had to choose between a moto 360 and a Nexus 6 i would choose the Nexus 6 every time.

    • NexusMan

      We know. It’s Motorola. A Cartier can’t do MOST of what this does.