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Grab A Motorola MOTOACTV GPS Watch for $100 Off

Hey, it may not be quite the same thing as getting a James Bond 007 watch from Q or a technologically-absurd watch like Inspector Gadget, but this could be the next best thing. The Motorola MOTOACTV GPS watch and MP3 player is pretty slick and now it happens to be on sale for $102.04 off the regular price.

The special deal is for the 8GB MOTOACTV with Strap, bringing the price down to $147.95 from the regular list price of $249.99. Alternatively, you can save $110 off the regular price on the 8GB model on its own, bringing that price down to $139.99, though you’ll have to then provide your strap.

So,. what does this little gizmo do? It lets your track your running and cycling both outside via GPS and in the gym, wirelessly uploading your data to the free MOTOACTV Training Portal. You can set goals and use the audio coach to keep you going. There’s 8GB of internal storage for your heart-pumping MP3s, SF200 stereo headphones, belt clip, and a wall charger. The touchscreen-enabled MOTOACTV itself is sweatproof, rain resistant and scratch resistant.

You can pick up the Motorola MOTOACTV GPS sports watch with Sports Wrist Strap for $147.95 on Amazon, including free super saver shipping.

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  1. Can I still get this deal anywhere?

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