Valentine’s Day Offer: Massive Discounts On Moto 360, Moto X Pure Edition, Moto G (2015)

Here are the nicest deals you can expect this Valentine’s Day. Motorola has great news for all the lovers, and the brand is all set to exploit your tech fancies with lucrative discounts on Moto 360, limited edition Moto X Pure Edition and Moto G (2015).


The Moto 360 (2nd gen) is an Android-powered smartwatch that comes with a metal band. A leather band is offered free with the deal. Pay $40 extra if you want some extra leather bands. Get additional shells with the Motorola Moto G (2015) model for free, which usually cost $14.99 per piece.

For the fashionistas, the special edition Moto x Pure Edition is a delightful gift. Jonathan Adler designed the smart-wearable that not only looks splendid, but is a great deal with a massive discount. During Christmas and New Year, the watch was sold for $475. But now, with Valentine’s Day around the corner, the watch is available for $399.99 with a $75 discount. As part of the offer, you can choose between three Jonathan-Adler-designed back plates for the Moto X Pure Edition with 32GB storage, as reported by Android Authority.

Motorola points out that the Moto 360 has a 300mAH battery and comes with wireless charging dock. It has ambient light sensor in it, so the screen automatically adjusts to the surrounding light. It has water resistant capacity and offers WiFi connectivity.

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The Moto X Pure Edition has endless entertainment for you. It has a 5.7-inch quad HD display and stereo speakers fitted in the front. Anybody can capture the fine details of photography with its 21 MP rear camera. It has a 4k video capacity, a 5 MP front camera and a powerful battery that can survive the whole day. With TurboPower charging, you can recharge your batteries in just 15 minutes. Apart from these specs, the device runs on pure Android operating system and ensures great performance. The connectivity options are a Micro USB and 3.5 mm headset jack.

Also read: Geeky Valentines Gift Ideas for the Tech-Challenged