The Moto 360 Sport has a screen to envy and better sports skills than most smartwatches, but its battery life is lacking and as a tracker it still can't compete with fitness wearables.
Optimized for running (and only running), the Moto 360 Sport compromises on too much of what we loved about the 2nd generation Moto 360. If you love to run, and only run, it's a reasonable option.
Simply put: If you’re serious about tracking your runs accurately there are better options out there, and if you aren’t then the regular Moto 360 will do a good job at tracking your daily steps.
The Motorola Moto 360 Sport is a solid smartwatch for runners, but cyclists and swimmers will be better served by a dedicated activity tracker.
The Moto 360 Sport in its current form it seems to be designed for a tiny sliver of people — if you have an Android phone and if you want GPS in your smartwatch and if you’re a runner. Could that change? It could, if Motorola is able to roll out more fitness-tracking capabilities, and soon. But considering that existing trackers already do so much more, it’s a tall order asking users to wait for that.
It's functional and even ingenious in some ways, but it doesn't provide much more than the normal 2015 360 does. Despite the lack of ambition, a lack of competition means 360 Sport is still the best fitness-friendly Android Wear watch you can find. If you're a die-hard runner, though, or need a little wrist-candy to liven up your next cocktail party, look elsewhere.