If you're curious - but not convinced - about smartwatches, Motorola's Moto 360 probably won't bring you around. It's a very nicely made device, with a round, touchscreen watchface instead of the typical square or rectangular interfaces that most manufacturers (including Apple) opt for.
Because it uses Android Wear, it will be a familiar experience to anyone who has dabbled with a smartwatch to date. It's centred around phone notifications and a small number of apps. It also works with all Android phones. There's a limited amount of customisation, mostly applied through choosing one of several available watchfaces. Charging is done via a wireless inductor.