Deal-o-rama: Verizon discounts most of its Moto 360 2nd Gen smartwatches more than 30%

ProductLocationItem ConditionCurrent PriceOffer Expires
Moto 360 2nd Gen for Men 46mm MetalVerizon New$279.99 ($399.99)
30% off
Moto 360 2nd Gen for Men 46mm LeatherVerizon New$239.99 ($349.99)
31% off
Moto 360 2nd Gen for Men 42mm MetalVerizon New$199.99 ($299.99)
33% off
Moto 360 2nd Gen for Women 42mm MetalVerizon New$239.99 ($349.99)
31% off
Moto 360 2nd Gen for Women 42mm LeatherVerizon New$239.99 ($349.99)
31% off

Check out the deals here

Motorola revealed that it has put its wearable portfolio on the back burner, but it still has a cool bunch of Android Wear smartwatches available for purchase. The latest, the Moto 360 2nd Gen, was announced more than a year ago and will likely remain the flagship wearable for some time. 

Verizon Wireless has just slashed the prices of both Moto 360 2nd Gen versions by more than 30% - you can get the 42mm Men version with a leather strap for $199.99, which is 33% down the MSRP of $299.99, while the 46mm Men unit will cost you $239.99, 31% down from the MSRP of $349.99. 

If you're a manly man that wants to put that all-metal version of the wearable on their wrist, you'd be pleased to find out that Verizon has shed 30% off its $399.99 MSRP and is currently selling it for $279.99. Sounds like a steal!

Additionally, the 42mm Women Moto smartwatch is also on sale – both the leather and the all-metal ones will set you down some $239.99, which is a 27% discount off their $329.99 MSRP.

Yet, that's not all! Buying any of the discounted smartwatches also gets you a $50 Visa prepaid card for free. Just make sure to use the STOCKUP code during your checkout. If that's not a nice promotion, we don't know what is.

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