Motorola has finally made available its standalone metal and leather bands for its flagship smartwatch.
Owners of the fledgling Moto 360 can now bling out their wrist-borne kit with straps far ritzier than the default rubber fare.
It should help assuage concerns that the Moto 360 felt a tad less premium than most expected pre-launch.
The Horween-made leather straps come in colour options of black, stone, and Cognac brown, all pricing up at $29.99 (£19).
The stainless steel comes in both black and silver, but comes with a premium bundled on top – each band will cost $79.99 (£51).
A bonus addition of the metal straps is the butterfly clasp, which makes the hiked up price tag a little less obnoxious.
Unfortunately it’s a little tricky to actually switch over the bands, so Motorola recommends new strapsters head on down to a local jeweller for a helping hand.
Motorola launched its Moto 360 last month, landing as one of the least hideous smartwatches on offer to date.
TrustedReviews gave it a 6/10, praising it for being light and comfortable, with wireless charging support, but condemning the meagre battery life, ugly display bezel, and dodgy heart-rate monitor.
The Moto 360 costs £199 in the UK, and comes with Android Wear OS, a 1.5-inch 320 x 290 display, a 320mAh battery and 4GB of built-in storage.
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