Try a Moto X for a month before deciding whether to splash your cash

You can even customize it for free. Photo: Motorola

You can even customize it for free. Photo: Motorola

Motorola is so confident that you’ll love the Moto X that it’s giving customers in the U.S. the opportunity to try one “risk free” for 30 days. The trial won’t cost you a penny, and at the end of it, you can either buy the phone you’ve been using or just hand it back.

The deal includes custom handsets built in Moto Maker, so you can design your device exactly how you want it. Motorola will then ship it out to you and give you 30 days to play around with the device before you have to decide whether to keep it or return it.

If you decide you want to keep the Moto X, you can simply hand your money over to Motorola and hold onto the handset. If you want to keep it but you aren’t happy with the design you chose, Motorola will give you a “do-over” in Moto Maker at no extra cost.

But there is one catch: the 30-day trial applies to off-contract handsets only, which means you’ll have to pay the entire cost of the device if you want to keep it.

To sweeten the blow, Motorola is offering a $50 rebate that reduces the price of the 16GB Moto X to just $299. You can also spread the cost out over 6, 12, or 18 months with $0 down if you don’t want to pay the $299 upfront.

If you’d still prefer a contract, you can still trial a Moto X, but as is always the case with on-contract devices, you only get 14 days to return it if you don’t like it.

The risk-free trial is available until June 29, 2015, so be sure to order your Moto X before then if you want to take advantage of it. More details can be found on Motorola’s website via the source link below.