The Moto 360 Sport is a bit of an odd product. It's essentially a second-generation Moto 360 with a silicone band, slightly different design, a transflective LCD for better outdoor viewing, and GPS functionality. Whereas most Android Wear watches are attempting to look as close to classic watches as possible, the 360 Sport stands out (for better or for worse). The $299 MSRP was a tough sell, but thankfully, it has gone far down in price since introduction.

Right now, Best Buy is selling the Black model, pictured above, for only $139.99. What's the catch, you ask? Neither Google nor Motorola has confirmed if it will receive the Android Wear 2.0 update coming in 2017. Besides that, there really isn't anything bad about this watch. It easily lasts a day (or a bit more) on a single charge, something I often couldn't reach with my original Moto 360.

If you're looking to buy it, I recommend checking out our quick review of the 360 Sport.

Amazon has the same price right now, but their shipping estimate is 1-2 months.