Customisation of the bezels, colours, materials used and what band you'd like are now available as well as options for either men or women.
It won't come cheap though – the base model will set you back £229.00 and that's not counting the extra design elements that can end up costing you quite a bit. But it is now compatible with your iPhone 5 and above, even though it's an Android Wear device.
The Moto 360 Sport and Moto 360 with metal bands are set to be ready for pre-order soon but Motorola hasn't given us a specific date yet.
You can also pre-order it from O2 right now for £229.00 but it won't arrive until October 1 and you can only get the black version – there's no customisation here.
At the same time, Motorola has put the Moto X Style up for pre-order as well with pricing starting at £399.00 for a custom 32GB version. There's no word on when you'll actually get one of these in your palm either though.
It features a 21MP camera, 5.7-inch 2K display and a fast charge battery that can get you over the half way mark in just 15 minutes.
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