Fitbit Alta HR Price in Singapore & Specifications

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Cheapest Fitbit Alta HR Price in Singapore is S$ 182.00

The Fitbit Alta HR is now available in Singapore. The cheapest Fitbit Alta HR price in Singapore is S$ 182.00 from Qoo10. You can also choose between different Fitbit Alta HR variants with Black starting from S$ 259.00. Fitbit Alta HR price details are updated January 2021.

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Price List by Country for Fitbit Alta HR

Country International Price Price in SGD
Hong Kong HKD 1,689.82 S$ 290.00
Indonesia IDR 1.650.000 S$ 157.00
Malaysia MYR 488.00 S$ 160.00
Philippines PHP 6,000.00 S$ 166.00
Singapore SGD 182.00 S$ 182.00

Fitbit Alta HR Price in Singapore by Variants

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Fitbit Alta HR Black S$ 259.00 Shopee
Fitbit Alta HR Fuchsia Offer unavailable
Fitbit Alta HR Special Edition Soft Pink Offer unavailable

Fitbit Alta HR Specs

Display Size 1.4"
Display Resolution 128 x 36pixels
Display Type OLED
Fitness Tracker Yes
Heart Rate Monitor No
Sleep Tracker Yes
Stress Tracker Yes
Pedometer No
Messaging Yes
Battery Life 168h
Wi-Fi No
Bluetooth Yes
Release Year Unknown
Operating System
OS Fitbit
Android Compatibility Yes
iOS Compatibility Yes
Windows Phone Compatibility No
Dimensions (W x H x D) 15 x 40 x 33mm
Weight 23g
Body Material Stainless Steel
Body Shape Rectangular
Body Colour Black

Fitbit Alta HR Price, Review, and Specs in Singapore

Fitbit Alta HR Singapore – Your Best Fitness Companion

A heart-rate monitor, basic phone notifications all packed in a slim, stylish design. What more can you ask for from a fitness tracker. The Fitbit Alta HR has some of the features as the Charge 2 but designed to be 25 percent slimmer with a longer battery life. It is a great device for every man or woman who wishes to improve their fitness levels as it encourages users to get moving.

Slim yet Packed with Features

Although the Alta HR is the same size as its predecessor, it still manages to fit an additional heart-rate tracker. On top of that, it is able to track steps, distance, calories burned, active minutes, and sleep. Within the slim monochrome LED, it will also display basic phone notifications such as incoming calls, text messages, and calendar alerts. Users can set it to provide reminders as they go along their day. On the Fitbit app, there will be a graph that features your heart rate and resting heart rate throughout the day. There is also a personalized Cardio Fitness score that estimates the users overall health based on the VO2 Max feature. It actually determines how well a person’s body utilises oxygen during workouts.

Customizable Bands

Thanks to Fitbit’s wide variety of bands, users can easily select the bands according to their liking and easily swap it. The options include rubber ones in multiple colours as well as leather and metal options. Having swappable bands is advantageous as it will mean less wear and tear on the Fitbit device. You can easily elevate your style for various occasions with Fitbit’s different collections.

Great Battery Life

Given its small size, the Alta HR can last an entire week on a single charge. Fitness enthusiasts will definitely find this useful as they can plug in less and move more. When it comes to charging the device, simply clamp on its charging clip that will charge through a USB connector.

Fitbit app

Along with the device is the amazing Fitbit app that is not only simple to use but is continuously updated to make space for newer features. One of the newer features id the Fitstar workout app that offers a variety of workout routines depending on a person’s fitness level. As a Fitbit user, you will never feel left out as they have one of the largest user base. There are all sorts of weekly challenges that can be carried out by competing against friends and family members which is a great way to get motivated. Another unique feature on the app is the Sleep Stages. It does not only track how long a person sleeps but it will also measure how deep or light the sleep is which will provide an insight to a person’s sleeping habits. If you have to manage your daily food intake, you can simply see your calories in vs. calories out so that it keeps you on track towards your fitness goals.

Reviews of Fitbit Alta HR
Reviewed on 2017-05-03
Last year, when I reviewed the Fitbit Alta, I was impressed with its looks and performance. But it lacked a heart-rate (HR) monitor. Now, the Alta HR is here.As its name implies, the new version looks exactly like the Alta, except that it has a HR monitor...
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Reviewed on 2020-11-05
Prettier than its predecessors with a litany of interchangeable bands, Automatically recognizes and logs activity when you're walking, running, or biking, Battery lasts a full week between charges,
The silent alarm is too timid to reliably wake you up, Sleep insights are a bore, No GPS tracking or waterproofing; runners and swimmers are out of luck,
No one needs an activity tracker. Sure, you feel a whiff of superiority wagging your wrist and boasting about how much ground you've covered today. But let's not pretend that wearing a wrist computer makes you a better person. If you want to boost your at...
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Reviewed on 2017-08-24
Slim & stylish form factor, Excellent app & fitness ecosystem, Solid build quality, Does basic features well, Sweat-proof, Easy to swap out bands
Expensive, Lacking a few nice-to-have features
I'm new to the world of Fitbit and its wearable fitness trackers. What got me interested in trying a Fitbit was my wife's company was doing a fundraiser for charity based on steps with the leading team being able to donate to the cause of their choice. Sp...
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Reviewed on 2017-08-23
Small, comfortable, discreet,
Screen isn't responsive, finicky
This Fitbit Alta HR scored in the upper half of the group, but still failed to distinguish itself as one of our top picks. It scored decently well across our range of rating metrics, but we found the bulk of the Fitbit line to be much more preferable to t...
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Reviewed on 2017-06-13
Before we go too far though, here's the basic view of the current Fitbit ball field:Fitbit Zip: Yes, they still make it (it's not super current). But it's tiny and kinda awesome. Fitbit Flex 2: A band that tracks your steps, but no display, just a mini...
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Reviewed on 2017-04-27
Great activity auto-detection, Slim, light, and well-made, Excellent app and ecosystem, Fantastic sleep tracking
Limited sports/activity tracking, Fiddly touch screen, Only basic smartwatch features
Anyone who has used one of Fitbit's entry-level fitness trackers in the past will know what to expect from the Fitbit Alta HR. Simply put: this is the Fitbit Alta, plus heart rate monitor.What that means is that you're getting a device that is great for...
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Reviewed on 2017-04-17
Here's the deal: I'm a bigger guy who's been in the market for a solid fitness tracker that does everything I want and need. I've been scouring the market looking for something that hits my checkboxes while not looking to small for a big guys wrist.I've u...
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Reviewed on 2017-04-15
It's small enough that it can almost go unnoticed. This isn't a Flex 2, sure, but it's less prominent than the Charge 2 and won't look weird if you wear a watch or smartwatch on your other wrist, The highlight feature of the Alta HR — it's in the name aft...
I don't use it often, but the option to see how many floors you've climbed is essential for many. Even the Fitbit One had an altimeter so why Fitbit keeps omitting it in some models is beyond me, It means you can't manually start an exercise from your Alt...
There's little denying that the Fitbit Alta HR is a reiterative product. It looks very similar to the regular Alta and a bit like a smaller Charge 2, but it sits somewhere between the two in terms of features. When it was announced last month, Fitbit cal...
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Reviewed on 2017-04-11
Fitbit's most stylish tracker, Added heart rate sensors, Week-long battery life, Advanced sleep tracking software
No control over tracking exercises, No GPS for accurate distances, Tap-sensitive display is annoying
I don't know about you, but I'm about ready for Fitbit to drop something genuinely new on the world. Over the past couple years, the company has put out a few new activity trackers that seem to package the same stuff — an accelerometer here, a heart rate...
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Reviewed on 2017-04-10
Instant feedback, HR sensor, Customisable design
Not water resistant, Sensors can be tricked
Our Fitbit Alta HR review takes a close look at the latest Fitbit fitness tracker, complete with digital display for real-time feedback of your stats. What's the difference between the Alta HR and the Charge 2, and is this your ideal exercise partner?Fitn...
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Reviewed on 2017-04-09
A couple of years ago we shared the 5 best Apple Watch alternatives for both Apple iPhone users and Android phone users. However, the smart watch market has some new options so we've got an updated list of the 5 best Apple Watch users.This time around, th...
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Reviewed on 2017-04-07
Fitbit has eight different fitness trackers on the market right now. And while the company's financials are downright troubling, it's still shipping more product that every other wearable company. That's due in part to tremendous name recognition, solid...
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Reviewed on 2017-03-28
Accurate step and heart rate tracking, Simple design, Intuitive app UI, Great battery life
Screen taps take a while before getting recognized, No GPS
Fitbit has already proven themselves to be one of the top manufactures of fitness related gadgets. The recently released Fitbit Alta HR brings a more unique style to an already familiar design that makes it one of our fitness trackers.At 649 AED, the Alta...
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Reviewed on 2017-03-27
Lets face it, the world of fitness trackers has plateaued. Most people who want a fitness tracker already have one, and more than a few of us have old trackers shoved away in a drawer, useless because the charging cable mysteriously disappeared, or becau...
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Reviewed on 2017-03-27
Heart rate improves calorie-burn estimate, Attractive and slim desig, Detailed sleep tracking and analysis
More dependent on app than other Fitbit device, Exact step count doesn't show on displa, Need to tap multiple times or harder than expected
With the Alta HR, Fitbit has added heart rate monitoring to one of its slimmer, and sleeker, fitness trackers. In addition, the Alta HR can more thoroughly track and analyze how well and how deeply you sleep each night. If you're looking for a fitness tra...
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Reviewed on 2017-03-27
Up to 7 days of battery life on a single charge, Insightful sleep-tracking features, Automatic exercise tracking now includes heart rate zones
Lack of built-in or smartphone-connected GPS
I've said it before and I'll say it again: The best activity tracker is the one you'll actually wear every day, otherwise there's no point in buying one at all. Fitbit's new $150 Alta HR is the one most people would wear not just every day, but all night—...
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Reviewed on 2017-03-27
Slim, comfortable design, Accurate heart-rate monitor, Excellent auto-recognition and recording of activities, Sleep Stages and Sleep Insights are important improvements to overall sleep data, Great battery life
No connected GPS, Not easy to see heart rate during a workout (unless heart rate is your default screen), Nighttime heart-rate data and Sleep Stages separated on two different graphs
Making an accurate wristband heart rate monitor, let alone one that's also comfortable and stylish, is challenging. Fitbit's latest attempt to strike that balance is the $150 Alta HR. A near mirror-image of the original Alta, the Alta HR is an updated mod...
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Reviewed on 2017-03-27
The Alta HR has a slim and stylish design with 7-day battery life, and all-day fitness and heart rate tracking
It isn't water-resistant, and notifications can be difficult to read. You can't manually start workouts. Automatic exercise tracking and no buttons means no on-band controls
Guess what: Fitbit's newest tracker is its best one yet. There are a lot of Fitbits to choose from, but after wearing all of them, the Fitbit Alta HR wins our vote. It has almost all of the same features as the Charge 2, our old favorite tracker, but in a...
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Reviewed on 2017-06-15
While Fitbit continues to develop its long-term goal of taking of overtaking Apple with its first true smart watch, it's been left to this year's Charge 2 and Alta HR models to keep the company's product line ticking over. Despite undoubtable improvements...
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Reviewed on 2017-05-18
Do you want to get fit? We all do, really. Do you want to know exactly how far you're walking — or not — each day, and to know exactly how long you're sleeping — or not? How about your heart rate after all those coffees? Fitbit's latest Alta HR fitness tr...
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