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Get Moto 360 at half price during its official Malaysian launch this Thursday

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The latest Moto 360 2nd gen smartwatch is launching in Malaysia this week. You better make time this coming Thursday if you want to get one with a 50% discount. This is quite a deal for a round Android Wear smartwatch.

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The sale is happening at Centre Court, Mid Valley Mega Mall and it starts at 12.30PM on this coming Thursday, 18th February. The first 100 in line will enjoy the following:

First 50 customers will receive 50% off
Next 30 customers will receive 30% off
Last 20 customers will receive 20% off

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The 20%-50% discount promo is limited to one unit per customer and it is only for the Moto 360 42mm black version as pictured above. Even if you’re not among the first 100, customers will get 10% discount for all models during the event. If you’re buying two units, they are giving 20% off. The Moto 360 roadshow at Mid Valley will run until this Sunday, 21st of February.

There’s no official mention of the price yet. However the watch was already exclusively available through Lazada from RM1,399. There are 3 variants being offered, with the smaller 42mm going for RM1,399 for Black and RM1,499 for the Rose Gold version. The larger 46mm in Silver is offered at RM1,599. It is likely that Motorola will be selling them about the same price and for 50% off, that’s RM699.50 for a black Moto 360.

To recap, the Moto 360 retains the same round look with a durable 316L stainless steel case. The 46mm version gets a 1.56″ 360×300 display, while the smaller 42mm unit gets a 1.37″ 360×325 display. It supports both Android and iOS smartphones and it connects via Bluetooth and WiFi. There’s also a heart rate sensor and IP67 dust and water resistance. Like the previous gen Moto 360, it still gets a “flat-tire” on the bottom of the screen. Are you queueing up this Thursday?

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Alexander Wong