kevinrandle gave the Moto 360 Sport a 3-star rating.
The Moto 360 Sport has a lot of great features that make it a worthwhile purchase when it comes to smartwatches. A few features I really enjoyed mostly had to do with functionality. I think this is probably one of the top smartwatches when it comes to tracking exercise performance and activity throughout the day. It has a heart monitor feature that allows you to check your heart rate at any time and also allows you to change your daily activity goals to better suit your ambitions. As far as aesthetics, the watch was a little bigger than I wanted it to be and having the white watch with the white band made it stick out even more. However, it has about 20 different watch face themes that you can choose between so the actual presentation can better suit your needs. The watch face themes vary from a sport face keeping you updated on your daily activity goals, to a world clock theme to a classy gold finish theme if you’re trying to make yourself look fancier than you actually are. It syncs with your phone pretty seamlessly, it’s an Android Wear product and I have an iPhone and had little issue with Bluetooth connectivity. The range isn’t great and occasionally it will disconnect with a lack of use but I think that’s pretty common with any Bluetooth device. Navigation through the various apps can become confusing at times but once you get the hang of it, you’ll feel like a futuristic wizard taking care of all your tasks and keeping up with your news without pulling your phone out of your pocket.