Moto Maker debuted with the original Moto X in late 2013, letting you design your own smartphone from a multitude of rear panels and accents. The same Moto Maker customizability was applied to the Moto X (2nd Gen.) in 2014, and in 2015, it looks like another product will gain Moto Maker support.
The Moto 360 will be added to Moto Maker in March. According to a report from Wired, you’ll be able to select one of three watch casings — silver, black, or champagne — then you’ll choose either a leather or metal band in one of two sizes. Finally, you’ll choose one of 11 watch faces that’ll appear the first time that you power your Moto 360 on.
While the options available to you when personalizing a Moto 360 are going to be more limited than they are with the Moto X, Moto Maker will still let you easily create a custom Moto 360 with different mixtures of faces, cases, and leather or metal bands. And because watches are a bit more like fashion that smartphones, it’s possible that we could see additional bands and goodies from companies and designers added to Moto Maker in the future.
What kind of Moto 360 would you design using Moto Maker?