Moto Moto 360 Sport Smartwatch (Flame)

Moto 360 Sport Smartwatch (Flame)

Moto 360 Sport Smartwatch (Flame)

B&H # MO360S42FLM MFR # 00868NARTL
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Product Highlights

  • LCD Touchscreen with Gorilla Glass 3
  • Heart Rate & Activity Monitoring, GPS
  • Displays Notifications, Cards, and More
  • Button-Free Voice Control
  • Turn-by-Turn Navigation
  • Customizable Watch Faces
  • Water Resistant to 3'
  • Wireless Charging with Included Dock
  • Compatible with Android and iOS
  • Android Wear OS
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Moto 00868NARTL Overview

  • 1Description

Stay active and connected with Motorola's Moto 360 Sport Smartwatch in Flame. Designed for professional and amateur athletes alike, this watch features a ruggedized silicone band and runs on the Android Wear operating system. It connects to your Android or iOS smartphone via Bluetooth to give you the information you need when you need it and displays it before you ask.

The Moto 360 Sport's touchscreen has a native resolution of 360 x 325 and shows "cards" of important info, including text messages, emails, missed calls, weather, navigation, and more, as well as app notifications that can be configured via the free Android Wear smartphone app. It alerts you with a gentle buzz on your wrist, so you can quickly glance at your smartwatch to see new information.

The Moto 360 Sport is designed to be both rugged and comfortable. Its silicone band resists sweat, water, fading, and staining. Side ventilation channels improve airflow to keep you cool.
Moto Body
Moto Body is a built-in activity tracker, designed to inspire a healthier lifestyle. It features a pedometer to keep track of your movement and an optical heart rate monitor, which monitors your heart rate and lets you see how much time you've spent in various heart rate zones.
Built-in GPS lets you track distance, pace, lap times, and more, so you can leave your phone at home and still record every detail of your workout.
Syncs with Fitness Apps
Moto Body records your workouts and syncs its data with your favorite fitness apps automatically.
Heart Rate Monitoring
The Moto 360 Sport's heart rate monitor continuously tracks your heart rate while working out and displays results in beats per minute. Moto Body measures how long you spend in various heart rate zones so you can optimize your exercise.
Voice Control
The Moto 360 Sport is always waiting to hear from you, and it can be voice-controlled without pressing a button. Simply say, "OK, Google," or tap on the screen and speak to operate your watch. You can get answers to questions, like "What's my next appointment?", "How do I navigate home?", "Where are nearby coffee places?", or "How tall is the Eiffel Tower?". You can also ask your Moto 360 to complete actions such as sending text messages, taking notes, scheduling meetings, and opening apps.
Turn-by-Turn Navigation
Just tell your Moto 360 Sport where you want to go, then let the step-by-step navigation instructions in the watch display guide you to your destination. Navigation instructions that you set up on your phone will also appear in your watch display.
Sync your favorite tracks from Google Play Music to your smartwatch and listen via Bluetooth headphones.
User-Changeable Watch Faces
When not showing a card, the Moto 360 Sport takes advantage of its round screen and displays the time, just like a traditional watch. You can tailor the watch function to your style and mood by selecting from one of a variety of pre-loaded watch faces or even customizing your own to add a personal touch.
AnyLight Display
The Moto 360 Sport's AnyLight display automatically adjusts itself based on the level of natural light. Indoors and at night, it functions as a typical LCD screen. In the sun, it reflects natural light to remain readable.
Bluetooth 4.0 Smart (Low Energy) allows your phone and Moto 360 Sport to stay connected throughout the day, while minimizing impact on battery life.
802.11 b/g Wi-Fi lets you get updates and notifications over your wireless network, even if your phone isn't connected.
Wireless Charging Dock
The Moto 360 Sport's all-day battery charges when the watch is placed onto the included wireless charging dock. While charging, it displays the time and charge level, making it ideal for bedside tables and desks.
Water and Dust Resistant
The Moto 360 Sport has an IP67 rating, which means that it can be immersed in up to 3' (0.9m) of fresh water for up to 30 minutes.
Note: Do not use while swimming or subject it to pressurized water. Not dustproof.
The Moto 360 Sport is compatible with Android devices running Android 4.3 and up as well as iOS devices running iOS 8.2 and up.
Note: Features may vary between Android and iOS devices
In the Box
Moto 360 Sport Smartwatch (Flame)
  • Charging Dock
  • USB Cable
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
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    Moto 00868NARTL Specs

    Watch Operating System Wear OS (Android Wear)
    Compatible Operating System Android 4.3 and later
    iOS 8.2 and later
    Chipset Qualcomm Snapdragon 400
    CPU 1.2 GHz ARM Cortex A7 Quad-Core
    GPU 450 MHz Adreno 305
    RAM 512 MB
    Storage Capacity 4 GB
    Sensors Accelerometer, Altimeter, Barometer, Gyroscope, Heart Rate, Light Sensor
    Activity Tracker Yes
    Microphone Yes
    Built-In Speaker No
    Vibration Yes
    Connectivity Bluetooth, Wi-Fi
    Bluetooth Protocol Bluetooth LE
    Bluetooth 4.0
    Wi-Fi Standard 802.11b/g
    GPS Yes
    Dial Shape Round
    Dial Size 1.37" / 34.8 mm
    Dial Type Digital
    Display Technology AnyLight
    Display Resolution 360 x 325
    Pixel Density 263 ppi
    Backlight Yes
    Battery Capacity 300 mAh
    Battery Life Normal Use: Up to 1 days
    Charging Method Wireless Charging
    Watch Crystal Material Corning Gorilla Glass 3
    Case Materials Stainless Steel
    IP Rating IP67
    Band Material Silicone
    Case Dimensions 1.77 x 1.77 x 0.45" / 45 x 45 x 11.5 mm
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 0.95 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 5.4 x 5.3 x 3.8"

    Moto 00868NARTL Reviews

    Moto 360 Sport Smartwatch (Flame) is rated 4.4 out of 5 by 93.
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Amazing Smart Watch, but Doesn't Replace Fitbit I purchased the moto 360 to replace my Fitbit without losing my workout data and Fitbit Challenges, but after connecting my Fitbit account with the watch, it doesn't seem to share data at all (found a less than ideal work around). Apparently, I can contact Moto's technical support about the issue, but Ugh that's annoying. I end up wearing the moto as an extender to my phone, while continuing to wear the Fitibit for uninterrupted workout and sleep data. Basic set up is easy, but figuring out how to get the watch to deliver on all of its promises is frustrating.
    Date published: 2016-05-24
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great product! Love this watch! I love this watch. It is the best smart watch with android wear 2.0 as far as price goes. It requires a recharge about every 20 hours. I charge mine nightly. Seems very durable and with Google fit it monitors heart rate every 5 minutes. Only down side is that it doesn't have many watch faces, but that wasn't the main feature I wanted. Pros: Affordable, heart rate, GPS, maps, WiFi, looks great. Cons: microphone is terrible (hopefully they will fix with later updates), gestures are not always 100%, closes sometimes at random.
    Date published: 2017-03-02
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Worth the price (when on sale!) I got this while they were on a good sale. I already have the 360v2 but I felt this would be great to have while exercising. I'm a fan of the tech but it still is in its infancy and it isn't without it's glitches. This watch sometimes takes a while to initially connect to the phone and there is a discrepancy in metrics between the moto body app and google fit. Also, don't take the heart rate measure as gospel as it is not always accurate. But for getting notifications, sending hands free messages, controlling music, and various other tasks... well, that's why I'm a repeat buyer. I like the watch. I don't believe it's worth the regular retail price but I did get it on a good sale... and that's taking into consideration I crossed the border to pick it up!
    Date published: 2017-01-01
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Awesome product, low battery Frankly this was my first experience with smartwatches, and the product itself is a great extension to a smartphone. However I was kind of surprised when the battery could not take longer than half a day maybe... Well something to get used to. The watch itself looks awesome, the wrist gathers a lot of dust, kind of obvious as it is black.
    Date published: 2016-02-01
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from All you need when it comes to wear. This watch provides the features you'd want with a fitness watch and a fully capable android wear watch all in one with a price tag that's not going to break the bank. Other pricier watches do the same thing but your paying for style and not functionality, and battery life. This watch gets me through a day of normal use with an hour workout too where the watch is always on. B&H provided fast shipping and high quality customer service too so the watch arrived before Christmas!
    Date published: 2017-01-03
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Moro 360 sport I love this Smartwatch, because I cannot change the band is not an issue for me.. I do take care when removing and putting on. I have tired pebble time round, Samsung gear s, zen watch 2. This watch is my favorite Smartwatch the color,size and husband has the Sony watch with similar band and his is still holding up after a year..I just hope this band does the same if they used the same material as Sony..
    Date published: 2017-01-15
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good when on sale and if you have an Android Phone So, I always had the Samsung Galaxy S watch, but the stupid base broke for charging. When this went on sale for $99, I jumped on it. It is pretty simple to get used to, and does a fair job of estimating steps and what not. But, unless you have an android phone, the notifications will only annoy you as there is little you can do with them if you're using an iPhone. I have both. If you don't want to think about much, except motivation, then get it no matter your phone. Just don't enable the notifications. It comes with a very nice wireless charger. I am not overwhelmed by the battery life, but, not disappointed with it either. The spacing on the watch band is okay. But, not stellar as it is too easy to feel too tight or too loose with just the adjustment of one notch! This will fluctuate with your swelling of the wrist when you move, but, I'm not okay with it. Overall, you can control the music and a lot more on the watch face. Not happy with the mic reception though. I mean, dictating to it is a pain. It doesn't pick up very well. So, don't think you'll be okay with leaving it in your pocket when you work out. Also, if you use the Work Out Start option, Ok Google doesn't seem to work. It seems to go into some weird state of Do Not Disturb or something. So, I wanted to say, Ok Google, Skip to Next song like I do with Siri. Well, it didn't work while running and starting the workout on the watch. Hope this helps. I like the watch, a lot in spite of all that. You really don't have to think about it once you start to hike. Oh, and durability is a plus. I've hit this thing on brick, tree, rock, etc. It still looks great. It is pretty bulky, a full centimeter thick, and not curved at all. This is where the old Samsung S watch beats the moto 360. I can't believe anyone ever had a problem with the flat tire. It's not that noticeable. There is not much you'd want to do with that little space.
    Date published: 2016-12-16
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from Next to Useless This watch came with a Motorola Moto X-Pure phone that I bought for my wife as a Christmas gift. I love the phone -- I've been using one like it for several months, but the watch is next to useless. The only thing it does well is tell time, and it does a lot of things badly. I've worn it for a week, and so far, I've found these negatives. 1) Battery capacity is too small for even light use of the watch for the 16 hours that I'm awake, and in active use runs out much sooner. 2) The only charger is a magnetic fast charger. Fast charging causes Li Ion batteries to wear out MUCH more quickly, and it looks like the battery is not replaceable. So it's a watch that will be a throwaway in a year or so. 3) The pedometer function is terrible. Tracking the same walk with a GPS of known good accuracy, the pedometer tells me I've walked almost 3.5 miles when the GPS says I've walked a bit less than a mile. 4) Apps running on the watch and phone for activity tracking interfere with a far better application called MyTrails -- on a walk yesterday, the phone tracker stole the GPS from MyTrails halfway through the walk, causing MyTrails to stop tracking my location. 5) The watch seems to have a mind of its own, and the user interface is pretty inscrutable.
    Date published: 2016-12-30
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    This pairs with my iPhone but not with my iPad mini. Any idea why?
    Asked by: Joseph
    As long as the iPad runs iOS 8.2 or better, it should work.
    Answered by: Steve M.
    Date published: 2018-08-26


    I have an android phone for my personal use and an iPhone 6s for work. Can I sync both phones at the same time?
    Asked by: Anonymous
    No, you would only be able to connect it to one phone.
    Answered by: Moshe S.
    Date published: 2018-08-26


    Hey I am looking into the watch and it looks like a sweet buy, I just need to verify some parts of it. Can it play games? Can I message family or friends? Can I plug in headphones or something to listen to music quietly? Can it take pictures? Can it run fitness? Is it fragile or strong? And can it do about the same thing as a sansung S7 (non edge) and if not plz tell me what it cant do that the phone can.
    Asked by: Daniel I.
    You can't play games with this watch. You can send messages. You can't plug in wired headphones, but you can use Bluetooth headphones. It has no camera. It can run fitness apps. It's strong. It cannot replace a phone. It is designed to work in conjunction with a smart phone, not on it's own.
    Answered by: Steve M.
    Date published: 2018-08-26


    I have a Polar heart rate telemetry chest strap that works on all treadmills. Will this watch pick up the RF signal from the telemetry chest strap?
    Asked by: Chris B.
    The Moto 360 Sport is compatible with Android devices running Android 4.3 and up as well as iOS devices running iOS 8.2 and up. The Ploar telemetry HR strap should work with the Android Wear app.Note: Features may vary between Android and iOS devices
    Answered by: Mark S.
    Date published: 2018-08-26


    Is there a sleep tracking app that will work with this watch?
    Asked by: Anonymous
    Feel free to try the Sleep as Android App with the Moto 360. It's a full blown sleep tracking app for your smartphone and actively listens as you sleep to determine whether you're sleeping well or hardly at all. The app also offers Android Wear sleep tracking functionality, as well as synchronization with your Google Fit account, and though the wearable app is merely a switch to turn on your phone's sleep tracking feature.
    Answered by: James B.
    Date published: 2018-08-26


    Asked by: Anonymous
    Yes it is compatible with limited use. There are more options available to you when paired with an android phone. However, I've had both with this watch. I didn't need more than what was available with the iPhone. Threads report updates pending that will change this, but, I wouldn't hold my breath as those threads are fairly old.
    Answered by: Elisa G.
    Date published: 2018-08-26


    Does it have a thermometer?
    Asked by: shawn w.
    This watch does not have a thermometer.
    Answered by: Steve M.
    Date published: 2018-08-26


    Its compatable with IOS but to what extent? iTunes for music? Or a work around? Messages? Email? Or is this a workout product with an app?
    Asked by: Anonymous
    Once you download the android wear app, from the app store, you can receive messages, alerts, and more. While the watch is technically compatible, Many reviewers say that it doesn't work perfectly, or 100% reliable. You can control iTunes music. You can check gmail. There are perhaps thousands of android wear apps. They won't work with your iPhone.It is an android product first, iOS is secondary.
    Answered by: Steve M.
    Date published: 2018-08-26
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