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[* black] Motorola has graciously included a pull tab to ease removing the Moto 360's battery. Considering the work it took to get here, it feels like a bit of a joke—sort of like handicap-accessible bathrooms on the second level of a store that has no elevator.
[* icon_note] Talk around the water cooler is that the Moto 360 suffers from an [link|http://gizmodo.com/moto-360-hands-on-the-one-weve-been-waiting-for-proba-1630875506|abysmal battery life|new_window=true].
[* black] Let's compare its battery capacity with its competitors, the Samsung Gear Live and the LG G Watch:
[* red] Motorola Moto 360: 3.8 V, 300 mAh battery rated at 1.1 Wh of energy.
[* orange] Samsung Gear Live: 3.8 V, 300 mAh battery rated at 1.14 Wh of energy.
[* yellow] LG G Watch: 3.8 V, 400 mAh battery rated at 1.5 Wh of energy.
[* icon_note] There's something [https://i.chzbgr.com/maxW500/5659318784/h70E32663/|afoot|new_window=true], because Motorola has marketed the Moto 360 as having a 320 mAh capacity battery, but the battery is clearly marked as 300 mAh.
[* black] '''Update''': [http://arstechnica.com/gadgets/2014/09/ifixit-cracks-open-the-moto-360-finds-smaller-battery-than-advertised/|Ars got a response from Motorola|new_window=true]: ''"For Moto 360 we only had room for one figure and choose to list the minimal capacity of the battery. We see how this can be confusing and we will look into ways to add the typical capacity as well in the future."''