Motorola’s all-metal Moto 360 lineup will go on sale in Canada next month through a number of carriers and third-party retailers. Prices will start at C$329 (approx. $264), which is a C$50 (approx. $40) premium over the leather-strapped models.
The all-metal Moto 360s have stainless steel straps in black, silver, and gold that match their faces to provide a more premium look over the standard offerings. Motorola will eventually sell its metal straps separately in Canada for those who wish to upgrade an existing watch, but it tends to be cheaper to buy it with the metal strap pre-fitted if you’re not interested in the leather band at all.
Canada will initially get the black and silver models with 23mm straps, and the champagne model with an 18mm strap. The latter will be available from TELUS, and it’s unclear how much it’ll cost yet, but the other two will be available from TELUS, Best Buy, and Future Shop for C$329.
While Motorola has said these devices will be available next month, it hasn’t yet provided a specific launch date. We hope to hear more from the company soon.