Fitbit Charge 2 Price in Singapore & Specifications

The Fitbit Charge 2 is one of the best wearable fitness trackers to own if you are interested in keeping track of your well-being and everyday activeness. With a slew of features and a practical design, the Fitbit Charge 2 is a reliable and must-have device for individuals who want to keep their lifestyle in check. Read on to find out what the Fitbit Charge 2 has to offer to its users.

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The Fitbit Charge 2 is one of the best wearable fitness trackers to own if you are interested in keeping track of your well-being and everyday activeness. With a slew of features and a practical design, the Fitbit Charge 2 is a reliable and must-have device for individuals who want to keep their lifestyle in check. Read on to find out what the Fitbit Charge 2 has to offer to its users.

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Cheapest Fitbit Charge 2 Price in Singapore is S$ 247.00

The Fitbit Charge 2 is now available in Singapore. The cheapest Fitbit Charge 2 price in Singapore is S$ 247.00 from Shopee. You can also choose between different Fitbit Charge 2 variants with Large Lavender starting from S$ 298.00 and Large Gunmetal at S$ 298.00. Fitbit Charge 2 price details are updated April 2020.

Fitbit Charge 2 Price Guide

Price List by Country for Fitbit Charge 2

Country International Price Price in SGD
Hong Kong HKD 855.03 S$ 158.00
Indonesia IDR 1.609.300 S$ 140.00
Malaysia MYR 438.00 S$ 144.00
Philippines PHP 5,561.48 S$ 158.00
Singapore SGD 247.00 S$ 247.00
Thailand THB 2,500 S$ 109.00

Fitbit Charge 2 Price in Singapore by Variants

Fitbit Charge 2 Specs

Display Size 1.4"
Always-on Display No
Multi-touch Yes
Display Type OLED
Operating System
iOS compatibility Yes
Android compatibility Yes
Operation System Android
Windows Phone Compatibility Yes
Housing Material Aluminium
Housing Shape Rectangular
Weight 36g
Watch Strap
Watch Strap Material Rubber
Removable Strap Yes
Release Year 2016
Pedometer No
Sleep Tracker Yes
Stopwatch Yes
Messaging Yes
Music Player No
Radio No
Heart Rate Yes
Wi-Fi No
Bluetooth Yes
Cellular No
Water Resistant Yes
Built-in Microphone No
Shockproof No
Scratchproof No
Dustproof No
SIM Card Slot No
Battery Life 120h
Built-in Camera No

Fitbit Charge 2 Singapore – Your Convenient and Practical Fitness Companion

Fitbit specializes in creating fitness and activity trackers that are functional and easy to use. The Fitbit Charge 2 Singapore is one of their latest (and possibly the best) offerings – featuring a sleek design, multiple useful trackers, and impressive battery life. With so many available features, the Fitbit Charge 2 Singapore is a wearable that you should have if you want to keep track of your lifestyle and daily activities.

Fitbit Charge 2 Singapore – Sleek and Stylish Design

Fitbit’s wearables not only house many features, but they have stylish and jaw-dropping designs that are compatible with your personal fashion style, hence can be made as fashion statements as well. The Fitbit Charge 2 Singapore has a steel body for its central tracking unit, adding a polished finish to the overall appearance. The device has a large high-resolution OLED screen which is useful for the user to see the time, steps taken, and heart rate all at a single glance. You can also customize the Fitbit Charge 2 Singapore to complement your fashion style thanks to its swappable leather or rubber bands that are comfortable as well.

Fitbit Charge 2 Singapore – Track All Your Vital Information in a Single Device

The Fitbit Charge 2 Singapore is a comprehensive activity tracker that enables its users to monitor their daily activities and important statistics. Onboard features include a stopwatch, heart rate monitor, and automatic exercise tracking known as SmartTrack. SmartTrack will detect and monitor your exercise activities such as running or cycling automatically without needing to press any buttons. The Fitbit Charge 2 Singapore also introduces a new Guided Breathing feature which monitors the wearer's heart rates for 30 seconds and then assigns a breathing challenge to help improve its condition.

Fitbit Charge 2 Singapore – Perform More with a Single Charge

Another key highlight of the Fitbit Charge 2 Singapore is its battery life. Fitbit claims that the device is capable of lasting up to 5 days on a single charge, depending on the intensity of its usage. The Fitbit Charge 2 Singapore will send a notification and an email to notify you that the device is running low on battery.

Reviews of Fitbit Charge 2
Reviewed on 2017-05-07
As 2016 wrapped up and the Chinese New Year season commenced earlier this year, these festive seasons raised more awareness of fitness wearable products than ever before as we monitored a spike in related search terms on our site and the readership of our...
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Reviewed on 2016-09-28
Fitbit's Charge 2 is the heir to the fitness gadget company's most popular fitness tracker, the Charge HR. The latter has been my personal favourite with its accurate step-tracking and heart rate monitoring abilities. But it is looking dated with new rele...
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Reviewed on 2018-05-27
When it comes to activity trackers, Fitbit reigns supreme...
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Reviewed on 2017-01-11
Stylish, easy to use, great display,
Not water resistant, shorter battery life
The newly released Fitbit Charge 2 offered exceptional performance at a price that couldn't be beat, earning it our Best Buy award. This model performed exceptionally well across the board. Receiving the highest score in our two highest weighted testing m...
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Reviewed on 2016-12-08
Continuous heart rate monitoring, Tracks steps, sleep, stairs and more, Easy to use
It's been almost a year and a half since I reviewed the Fitbit Charge HR and Fitbit Surge activity trackers. Fitbit's newest wrist-based tracker merges the features of both of the activity trackers from last year into one new wearable for 2016 called the...
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Reviewed on 2016-12-08
With phones and apps getting smarter all of the time, it's easy to track your basic movements and activities. Be it counting steps in Google Fit or heart rate monitoring in a Samsung phone, it's not hard to keep up with your basic health-related tasks. Bu...
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Reviewed on 2016-11-26
Fitbit has had a winning formula for a few years now Solid app, well-designed software, and having the name recognition most companies would kill for I was in love with the Charge HR, but I really wished I could get a bigger screen with more informationWi...
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Reviewed on 2016-11-23
Tracks everything, Excellent battery life, Swappable bands and customizable display
A little bulky for small wrists, Not waterproof, App can be difficult to navigate
When it comes to wearables, your choices primarily fall into two buckets: smartwatches that have fitness tracking features and fitness trackers that also have smartwatch-style notifications.Fitbit's new Charge 2 falls squarely in the latter group. It's al...
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Reviewed on 2016-11-18
I've been wearing the Fitbit Charge 2 for a bit over a month now, comparing it day by day to other watches and wearables. Within this review I'll dive into everything you'd ever want to know about it, from the device usability, to the accuracy, to that of...
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Reviewed on 2016-11-14
Michael A. Prospero is the reviews editor at Laptop Mag and Tom’s Guide. When he’s not testing out the latest running watc, skiing or training for a maratho, he’s probably using the latest kitchen gadget.
Fitbit has really stepped up its packaging design for the new Charge 2. When you open the box everything is nicely in its place and there is no more fighting with the plastic to get the device out. The new Charge is much more stylish than its predecessor...
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Reviewed on 2016-11-09
When it comes to wearables, most people aren't buying smartwatches like many smartphone manufacturers were hoping. Instead it's activity trackers that are making all of the dough, so to speak. And in the world of activity trackers, Fitbit is leading the w...
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Reviewed on 2016-11-08
Large display, Heart rate sensor, Feature-packed app
Accuracy issues, Mocks your lazy ways
Fitbit Charge 2 Review: We test Fitbit's latest fitness tracker, the Fitbit Charge 2, which updates the original Charge wearable with a bigger screen, customisable wristbands and some extra functionality including a heart rate sensor.Fitbit is one of the...
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Reviewed on 2016-11-06
Svelte design The Charge 2 looks nice on the wrist and doesn't draw attention the way the Fitbit Blaze or Surge do. It's also very comfortable to wear, Removable bands If the Charge 2's band gets torn or old, or if you get bored of the color or material,...
Battery life Fitbit seems to have decided that 45 days of battery life is good enough, but other brands are offering much more
When I reviewed the Fitbit Blaze a few months ago, one of my main complaints was its bulky design and the identity crisis over what it actually is: a smartwatch, a sports watch, a fitness tracker, or all of the above to a certain extent. That was never a...
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Reviewed on 2016-11-04
Sleek, modern design, 4- to 5-day battery life, Accurate step and sleep tracking, Affordable, Companion app is intuitive, Bigger display is a welcome addition
Not waterproof, Heart rate monitor struggles with high intensity workouts, Interchangeable bands are pricey
Fitbit has gained massive success in the fitness tracking and wearable communities by offering quality products at affordable price points, and perhaps that's why the Fitbit Charge HR was so successful. With a long-lasting battery, accurate activity track...
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Reviewed on 2016-10-07
Six weeks ago, Fitbit unveiled the Charge 2 fitness band at a media event in New York — complete with synchronized swimmers and volleyballer Gabrielle Reece. And every day since, I've woken up, strapped the rubber tracker to my wrist, and struggled to fig...
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Reviewed on 2016-09-28
Bigger display, Multisport mode, Intuitive app, Week-long battery life
Inaccurate distance tracking, No pause function, Not waterproof
Activity trackers should be accurate trackersPeople really love their Fitbits. This is evidenced by sales numbers alone: Fitbit sells more activity trackers than anyone else. Anecdotally, Fitbits abound: walk through any airport, hike any trail, jog throu...
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Reviewed on 2016-09-27
Fitbit is quickly becoming the Xerox or Kleenex of fitness trackers, but its popularity hasnt come without a few hurdles. With the Fitbit Charge 2, we finally get a device thats polished enough to justify the hype.AdvertisementWhen the Fitbit Charge and...
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Reviewed on 2016-09-23
Large touchscreen OLED display, Versatile, interchangeable accessory bands, Improved, higher-quality design
Bulky for small-wristed folks, Awkward side-scrolling notifications on a vertical screen
Fitbit owns the activity tracker market, but its most popular fitness band was in need of a reboot. The Fitbit Charge HR has everything you could want in an inexpensive fitness tracker, but its tiny display was outdated and its features were in need of an...
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Reviewed on 2016-09-22
Bigger display, Long-lasting battery, Continuous heart rate tracking, Automatic workout detection
Unwieldy guided breathing implementation, Bland design
Fitbit's 2-year-old Charge HR has been in dire need of an upgrade, and thankfully, the company has finally refreshed its lineup. The new Charge 2 boasts better exercise tracking, more informative stats, GPS capability and a larger screen for the same pric...
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Reviewed on 2016-09-21
Swappable bands. A multi-line OLED display that can show time and fitness data. Always-on heart rate. A great companion app. Affordable price. Five-day battery life
Not water-resistant for swims or showers. Lacks GPS. Phone notifications on the Charge 2 display are limited and hard to read
Lots of things track steps now. Tons of trackers and watches -- and even phones -- do a good enough job.In 2016, you buy a fitness band for its app and software. Fitbit does what it does so well and so simply, and across enough platforms and phones and so...
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