Fitbit Blaze Price in Singapore & Specifications

Fitness trackers are becoming increasingly popular in Singapore, and Fitbit Singapore is maximizing this opportunity by introducing their wide array of fitness trackers to Singaporeans. One of the products by Fitbit Singapore offered is the Fitbit Blaze. Find out more about the Fitbit Blaze Singapore below.

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Fitness trackers are becoming increasingly popular in Singapore, and Fitbit Singapore is maximizing this opportunity by introducing their wide array of fitness trackers to Singaporeans. One of the products by Fitbit Singapore offered is the Fitbit Blaze. Find out more about the Fitbit Blaze Singapore below.

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Display Size


Display Resolution

240 x 180pixels

iOS Compatibility


Android Compatibility


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S$ 233.19
S$ 299.00

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Cheapest Fitbit Blaze Price in Singapore is S$ 233.19

The Fitbit Blaze is now available in Singapore. The cheapest Fitbit Blaze price in Singapore is S$ 233.19 from Shopee. Fitbit Blaze price details are updated November 2020.

Fitbit Blaze Price Guide

Price List by Country for Fitbit Blaze

Country International Price Price in SGD
Hong Kong HKD 1,774.51 S$ 306.00
Indonesia IDR 1.690.000 S$ 161.00
Malaysia MYR 931.71 S$ 306.00
Philippines PHP 10,585.09 S$ 294.00
Singapore SGD 233.19 S$ 233.00
Thailand THB 5,390 S$ 238.00

Fitbit Blaze Specs

Display Size 1.25"
Display Resolution 240 x 180pixels
Always-on Display Yes
Multi-touch Yes
Display Type LCD
Operating System
iOS Compatibility Yes
Android Compatibility No
Operation System Fitbit
Windows Phone Compatibility Yes
Housing Material Stainless Steel
Housing Colour Black
Housing Shape Rectangular
Weight 41g
Watch Strap
Watch Strap Material Silicone
Removable Strap Yes
Pedometer Yes
Sleep Tracker No
Stop Watch Yes
Messaging Yes
Music Player Yes
Radio No
Heart Rate Yes
Wi-Fi No
Bluetooth Yes
Cellular Yes
Water Resistant Yes
SIM Card Slot No
Shockproof Yes
Scratchproof Yes
Dustproof Yes
Built-in Microphone No
Battery Life 120h
Built-in Camera No
Memory Card Slot No

Fitbit Blaze – Your Fitness Companion

Being crowned one of the countries with the highest obesity rates in the world is not the proudest achievements that Singaporeans want to be known for, which is why fitness is an in-thing in the country right now. Taking care of your wellbeing should always be a priority and the Fitbit Blaze is here to assist you. The Fitness Blaze combines a fitness tracker and a smartwatch, featuring functions that help keep track of your fitness levels.

Fitbit Blaze Singapore – Bright and Clear Display

Unlike many other devices released by Fitbit Singapore so far, the Fitbit Blaze looks like a smartwatch more than a fitness tracker. It features a 1.2-inch detachable screen, a metal frame, and rubber-textured straps. The petite and lightweight design makes the Fitbit Blaze sit unassumingly on the users’ wrist while being able to read the information displayed on the screen without squinting their eyes. The clear and bright display also means that legibility under bright sunlight is not an issue.

Customize your Fitbit Blaze Singapore to Match Your Style

Just because the Fitbit Blaze is used to track your fitness level it does not mean that it cannot be made into a fashionable item. You can customize the Fitness Blaze to match your outfit of the day with numerous customization options. There are strap types and a variety of digital watch faces and metal cases for the central tracker unit for you to choose from.

Keep Fit with Fitbit Blaze Singapore’s Tracking Functions

Ultimately, the Fitbit Blaze is one of the easiest fitness trackers to use, thus it is an ideal choice for individuals who are not familiar with fitness trackers. The Fitbit Blaze fitness tracker comprises of a variety of systems for you to monitor your fitness levels from heart-rate monitors to altimeters. The device automatically tracks your steps, heart rate, and flights of steps climbed.

Fitbit Blaze Singapore – Featuring Smart Watch Capabilities

Not only can the Fitbit Blaze Singapore be used to track your daily activities, it also features smart watch functions: it notifies users of incoming phone calls and text messages, shows calendar reminders, control music playback from your smartphone via a mini-remote on the screen, and acts as a silent alarm by buzzing you to wake up. Adding smart watch functions into the fitness tracker increases its versatility.

Reviews of Fitbit Blaze
Reviewed on 2017-02-19
Got some leftover ang bao money and not sure what to do with it? The right smartwatch can help you exercise better, get more organized, and sleep better (perhaps even all three). But with so many choices out there, how do you know which is the best for yo...
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Reviewed on 2016-06-02
1 Fitbit Blaze$268 (usual price $318)Booth 6026, 6027This fitness tracker monitors your all-day physical activities and heart rate as well as automatically monitors your sleep.When paired with your smartphone, its 240x180-pixel colour touchscreen display...
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Reviewed on 2016-04-07
Fitbit calls its new Blaze a smart fitness watch. It is a smartwatch that is aimed at fitness buffs and meant to be the only wearable they need. Such a claim, though, makes me wary. For me, trying to be both a smartwatch and a fitness watch is like tryin...
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Reviewed on 2016-04-06
Fitbit calls its new Blaze a smart fitness watch. It is a smartwatch that is aimed at fitness buffs and meant to be the only wearable they need.Such a claim, though, makes me wary. For me, trying to be both a smartwatch and a fitness watch is like trying...
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Reviewed on 2016-03-31
Of all the users that smart wearables target, the fitness buff is arguably the one most willing to pay for what's on offer with these newfangled gizmos.Fitbit is a brand known for its activity trackers, and the Blaze is its latest creation for a health-co...
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Reviewed on 2017-01-27
It's pretty popular these days to be down on smart watches. Android Wear 2.0 is delayed. Lenovorola has no public plans to make additional watches. Apple Watch sales have been a disappointment. But I'm bullish on smartwatches. I personally wear a Huawei W...
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Reviewed on 2017-01-11
Sleek, stylish, fantastic display,
No built-in GPS, large
One of the largest and most striking trackers out of the group, the Blaze is aimed at those that want the strong fitness and health tracking performance of a dedicated fitness tracker, along with the features and functions of a smart watch. This model wil...
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Reviewed on 2016-12-02
By now, Fitbit is coming close to being synonymous with “activity tracker” and the brand name is occasionally tossed around as a generic term to describe any similar device. That does mean the company has a lot to live up to in terms of delivering solid d...
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Reviewed on 2016-08-29
First up is the new Fitbit Charge 2. This unit sits in the middle of Fitbit's product line-up, in terms of price and functionality. Whereas you have the Fitbit Flex 2 down below it from a price/functions standpoint, and then the Fitbit Blaze above it. Mea...
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Reviewed on 2016-08-16
Great fitness tracking, Long battery life for a smartwatch, Detailed workout feedback via app
Inconvenient charger, Clunky interface
Fitbit has been a well-known name in fitness trackers since the category's inception. The latest model, Fitbit Blaze, has a color touchscreen with smartphone notifications including call, text, and calendar alerts. Music can also be controlled from the wa...
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Reviewed on 2016-07-06
The other day I took a look at the Bose SoundLink Mini II that Verizon had sent over as an example of ways to get more functionality out of your mobile phone. Well, today I'm taking a look at the second product. This time around it's the new Fitbit Blaze...
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Reviewed on 2016-07-01
As the company's first take on the traditional every day watch design, the Fitbit Blaze falls somewhere between a smartwatch and an activity tracker.On paper the wearable matches up with the likes of Samsung's Gear Fit family and the Withings Activite Pop...
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Reviewed on 2016-04-25
Do you love cookie-cutter fitness wearables? Fitbit's latest device, the Blaze , satisfies your need for the mundane – but watch out! The $200 Blaze also throws in a digital personal trainer called FitStar , which might completely change the way you work...
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Reviewed on 2016-04-21
Decent battery life, Plenty of fitness features, Selection of straps
Iffy notifications, Few non-fitness features
Fitbit Blaze Review: We've tested the first Fitbit smartwatch for over a week now and here's what we think of the Blaze's fitness features, notifications support and stats tracking.The Fitbit Blaze sports a very unique and angular design, in sharp contras...
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Reviewed on 2016-04-11
Continuous heart rate monitoring, customizable features, nice selection of interchangeable bands, great battery life
Heart rate monitoring can be a little finicky, proprietary charging dock, doesn't resemble the look of a classic watch, smart watch features are limited, Prev2 of 2Next
Fitbit is back and better than ever with their new Fitbit Blaze smartwatch. The Blaze boasts a vibrant high-resolution touchscreen, sleep tracking, automatic exercise recognition and tracking, and more. We got to explore the ins and outs of the Blaze and...
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Reviewed on 2016-04-11
Continuous heart-rate monitoring, Convenient automatic exercise-tracking, On-screen FitStar workouts
Clunky, inconvenient charging cradle, Body, frame, and bands feel cheaper than they are
When Fitbit announced its new activity-tracking band at CES in January, the company's stock plummeted. At first glance, the Fitbit Blaze looked like an Apple Watch clone, with a touchscreen, notifications, and interchangeable leather, sport, and link band...
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Reviewed on 2016-03-30
In the world of wearable fitness accessories, consumers are faced with a slew of decisions and potential pitfalls.Going too cheap will get you a crappy piece of tech that may look just fine while failing in the realm of usefulness. There are tons of devic...
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Reviewed on 2016-03-25
Personalization with interchangeable straps, Slightly more aggressive looking design, Simple operation with minimal interaction, Tracks various exercises, Long battery life
Lacks waterresistance, No third party apps support, Light with the smartwatch functions
Companies that make fitness trackers have tried to emulate Fitbit's success, but throughout it all, Fitbit has remained untouchable at the top – even in an era where smartwatches have tried to make dedicated fitness trackers obsolete. It's been almost a...
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Reviewed on 2016-03-20
battery life compared to other smart fitness watches, FitStar on-screen workouts are a great addition and easy to follow from the display, You can read texts messages and longer calendar alerts on the full color display well (all other Fitbit trackers don...
If you wear the Blaze, be ready for all the Apple Watch comments. Be ready to explain yourself, No onboard GPS; the Blaze only connects to GPS when it's used near a smartphone, Charging is a big inconvenience since you have to remove the module from the f...
When Fitbit announced the Blaze "smart fitness watch," it did not make the best first impression. Many thought the Blaze was a peculiar answer to its competition, namely the Apple Watch , and the company's stock immediately fell more than 13 percent.Howev...
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Reviewed on 2016-03-20
5-day battery life, Display is good enough to see outdoors, Step and sleep tracking work very well, Smooth and snappy performance, Comfortable to wear all day
A device this big (and pricey) should have GPS on board, Notifications are glitchy and limited, No waterproofing, Only 4 watch faces available, none are very good, Inconsistent heart rate monitoring, Expensive interchangeable bands, Charging method is ve...
Fitbit has proved it's good at making fitness trackers. Offering a breadth of quality products in just about every price range, it's no wonder why their trackers can be found on just about every other person's wrist. But what happens when a fitness-first...
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