Motorola Moto 360 Sport

Motorola Moto 360 Sport

Motorola Moto 360 Sport Features

  • Fitness Activity and Burned Calories tracking
  • Heart Rate monitor
  • GPS
  • Distance and Steps counting
  • Automatic Sleep Monitoring
  • Splash-proof
  • LCD Display

Motorola Moto 360 Sport Specs

Basic Info

Wear TypeWristband

Activity & Fitness Tracking

Sleep Analysis / Sleep Time
Heart Rate / Pulse
Stairs / Floors
Exercise Tagging
Smart Coach
Goal Setting
Inactivity Alertn/a

Additional Features

Watch / Clock
Alarm Clock
Music Playbackn/a
ReportsActivity, Sleep

Smartphone Remote Features

Caller ID
Music Control
Call Control
Camera Control
Find Phone


Duration2 days
Battery TypeRechargeable Battery

Physical Specs

Water Resistance
Weight54 grams
Dimensions45 x 45 x 11.5 mm


Display TechnologyLCD Screen
Display Sizen/a
Screen Resolutionn/a
Color Displayn/a
Touch Screenn/a


OS X / Mac
Windows Phone
Web Portal
Social Featuresn/a



Sports and Fitness Activities

Best For:
  • All-Day Activity
  • Biking
  • Running
  • Training
  • Walking

Motorola Moto 360 Sport Review

This fitness tracker manufactured by Motorola is definitely a stylish option for runners around the world. It contains a cool LCD Touchscreen which is protected by Gorilla Glass 3. It can sync with your smartphone in order to send notification straight to your tracker. Unfortunately, it's only waterproof to 3 ft, meaning that you shouldn't wear it while you're swimming. A great feature which was implemented enables it to charge wirelessly on a dock which is included in the package. We really loved the fact that there the band utilizes a GPS tracker because it makes all information feel a lot more accurate and precise.

Pros / What Customers Like:

  • It can handle your smartphone notification and it gives you the option to view text messages and social media updates right there on the screen.
  • Including a GPS tracker is definitely a great touch because distance counting which relies solely on your arm movement can be quite inaccurate.
  • The design is quite stylish and it looks and feels like a smart watch.
  • There is a heart rate monitor included along with the basic functions such as step and calorie counting.

Cons / What Customers Don't Like:

  • Customers have reported that the battery life is awful and it can't even hold for four hours when GPS tracking is turned on.
  • The price is quite high and there are some devices offering better performance for a similar price.
  • Some customers have stated that the band stopped working after being exposed to heavy rain even though the manufacturer stated it's water resistant to 3ft.


Motorola Moto 360 Sport would be a great choice if its price were somewhat lower. However, since its price lies parallel with some professional, high-quality fitness trackers, it has to be evaluated as one. Quite honestly, there are many better options out on the market which will definitely last for a longer period of time. There is some issue with its software and it’s not as durable as you might expect. However, there are not a lot of fitness trackers which implement both a heart rate monitor and a GPS tracker and that is what makes it stand out from the competition.


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Expert Reviews and Ratings

  • • Expert Review by Natt Garun

    The Moto 360 Sport works well when used as intended, but poor battery life may prevent most people from making the investment just yet – ... Full review

  • • Expert Review by Patrick Alcantara

    The Moto 360 Sport had proven something: we can be sporty and techy at the same place and at the same time. But this kind ... Full review

    8.5of 10
  • • Expert Review by Duncan Jaffrey

    The Moto 360 Sport is a well put together Android Wear device and unfortunately make me like my own OG Moto 360 a lot, lot ... Full review

  • • Expert Review by Chris Hall

    The Moto 360 Sport is a good Android Wear device, avoiding the faux luxe approach of other devices, and a reasonable choice for those looking ... Full review

    3.5of 5
  • • Expert Review by Emerson Alecrim

    O Moto 360 Sport faz jus ao nome. Sensor de batimentos cardíacos, GPS, pulseira resistente e confortável (apesar de ser um imã para poeira, fios ... Full review

  • • Expert Review by Mike Prospero

    With GPS, a heart rate monitor and the ability to play music, the Moto 360 Sport Android Wear smartwatch would seem to have it all, ... Full review

    5of 10
  • • Expert Review by Chris Rowlands

    The 360 Sport isn’t a sports watch. It’s no Garmin Forerunner. Sure, it’s got standalone GPS, a clever display and continuous in-run heart rate monitoring, ... Full review

    3of 5
  • • Expert Review by Jason Cross

    Motorola's fitness-focused smartwatch gives up style and customization for run tracking. It's not a great tradeoff. Full review

    3of 5
  • • Expert Review by Thomas Bartlett

    As a smart watch with inclinations towards sporting activity, I’d have to give the Moto 360 Sport an “A”, if not a gold medal (which ... Full review

    4.3of 5
  • • Expert Review by Spencer Hart

    If you were expecting the Moto 360 Sport to be an all singing, all-dancing running-smartwatch hybrid you'd probably be a little disappointed. However, if you're ... Full review

    4of 5

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