We’re already pretty confident that Motorola’s new Moto 360 is just over the horizon. Several leaked images have suggested that the company is gearing up to launch a newer model, and with Google I/O just a couple of months away in June, the timing seems right. Best Buy and Amazon recently slashed prices on the Moto 360, and now Google is following suit with a price drop. It seems like inventory is being cleared for the watch’s successor.

Google is now selling the Moto 360 for just $165, which is cheaper than the $179 starting price offered by Amazon and Best Buy and is $85 cheaper than the standard retail price. The $165 price tag gets you a Moto 360 in either black or silver with a black or stone band, respectively. You’ll still need to pay an additional $39.99 for the wireless charging dock, or purchase the smartwatch directly from Motorola’s Moto Maker store if you want a metal band or the gold hued watch face.

The Moto 360 is still one of the best Android Wear smartwatches on the market, however, and $165 is a pretty stunning price for the device. You might want to wait to see what Moto 360 has up its sleeves, but this offer might be too good to pass up.