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The Apple Watch may have just had a major event yesterday, but Motorola doesn’t want you to forget about its own smartwatch yet.
If you’ve been pining for a 360 but haven’t been happy with any of the available color combos, the company has added the watch to its Moto Maker tool.
There are 27 total hardware designs, which are made up of three case finishes – dark metal, light metal or champagne gold – and nine bands – with leather, metal or Motorola’s ‘mono-link’ options.
You can also choose from one of 11 default watchfaces, but you can digitally change those later on your own.
Motorola has some design suggestions on its blog if you need suggestions or are thinking about a new Android Wear watch.
➤ Moto Maker for Moto 360: It’s time to design a watch to fit your style [Motorola]
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