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Razer Nabu X Price in Singapore

Razer has been at the forefront for innovative gaming products for a very long time; they make all kinds of products for gamers, ranging from gaming computer mice to tough laptop backpacks. Now Razer wants the gamers to get up a little bit from their desks and couches and get some real life action with their Razer Nabu X fitness band. Read more below!

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Best price for Razer Nabu X in Singapore is S$ 29.90

You can buy the Razer Nabu X at the lowest price of S$ 29.90 from Lazada which is 62% cheaper than the Razer Nabu X that is sold by SGPCMart at the price of S$ 78.00, you can also buy it from Shopee and SGPCMart. Alternatively, the Razer Nabu X is also sold in Indonesia at Shopee with the price of S$ 67.00 and Malaysia at Lazada with the price of S$ 27.00 and Philippines at Galleon with the price of S$ 40.00 and Thailand at Lazada with the price of S$ 76.00. Pricing details were last updated at 22 April 2018, 18:19.

Razer Nabu X Price by Country

Country International Price Price in SGD
Indonesia IDR 699.000 SGD 67.00
Malaysia MYR 79.00 SGD 27.00
Philippines PHP 1,565.00 SGD 40.00
Singapore SGD 29.90 SGD 30.00
Thailand THB 1,803 SGD 76.00

Razer Nabu X Specs

Operating System
iOS Compatibility
Android Compatibility
Operation System Proprietary
Windows Phone Compatibility
Housing Material Silicone
Housing Shape Rectangular
Watch Strap
Watch Strap Material Silicone
Removable Strap
Always-on Display
Release Year 2014
Sleep Tracker
Music Player
Heart Rate
Water Resistant
Built-in Microphone
SIM Card Slot
Battery Life 168h
Built-in Camera
Memory Card Slot

Razer Nabu X Singapore

A Smarter Life

The Razer Nabu X is designed from the ground up as a more affordable and simpler variation to its original Razer Nabu smartband wearable device. The Razer Nabu X is primarily a fitness band that is made entirely out of a rubber material that is both durable and water resistant, allowing you to wear it with great confidence as you run through the rain and plough through the snow.

The Nabu X is a very discreet fitness band; no flashy designs (save for the Razer neon green colour model) and shiny looking metals on the device. It is just a simple smart fitness band that sits around your wrist with a metal clasp. The Razer Nabu X is available in three distinct colours: All black with a green underside, white with a gold clasp; and the compulsory Razer neon green with black clasp.

Discreet yet Colourful Notifications

The Razer Nabu X has no display whatsoever to notify you of any incoming notifications on your smartphone, but it has a set of three LED lights with customizable colours and a hell of a vibrating motor inside.

A user simply has to download the Razer Nabu X application from either the Google Play Store for Android or the Apple App Store for iOS and sign in to get started on setting up the Nabu X band. The app works with several different applications to bring you the notifications in a combination of the LED lights in the band and the vibrating motor. This allows you to stay connected and notified of your smartphone’s activities in a discreet manner.

The Razer Nabu X is, at its core, very much a fitness band first above all else. That is why it is also a perfect companion for your workout sessions. The accelerometer and algorithms built into the Razer Nabu X is able to track your steps, distance, calories, active minutes, goals, and even hours slept. You can then check back on these activities with the Nabu App on your smartphone.

Razer Nabu X Expert Reviews
Reviewed on 2016-02-19
Value, Comfort, Easy to use clasp, Customisable notificationsPicks up dirt, No screen, Limited battery
The Razer Nabu X is one of the most affordable fitness trackers on the market, and is a bold step for the high end gaming company to make, stepping outside of their comfort zone. However, to call it a fitness tracker wouldn’t be very accurate, it is more...
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Reviewed on 2015-08-24
Three fitness trackers enter the Thunderdome that is… my wrist. But which one is actually worth buying if you're serious about tracking your steps and sleep? Like everything on the Internet these days… it's complicated.RRP: $149 (Up2) /$249 (Up3) Why you...
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Reviewed on 2015-06-30
Comfortable and lightweight, Simple design, Not expensive, Basic notification supportLimited functionality, Poor iOS app experience, Two apps when one would do, No fitness feedback or advice, Proprietary charging cable
How do you set your fitness tracker apart from the crowd when there are so many options already available? Well, you could give it a special feature where the band becomes a social tool, connecting you with friends, and potential future friends, through a...
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Reviewed on 2015-06-09
Lightweight design, Accurate measurements and trackingApp ecosystem lacking functionality, LED light notification difficult to decipher
Throwing their smartband in the wearable ring. It's an axiom I've used quite a bit in the past two years, and it certainly rang true at this year's CES. Everyone from Audi to HTC debuted their own takes on the wearable, each with a relative degree of succ...
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Reviewed on 2015-05-22
Comfortabl, water-resistant design, Smartphone notifications, AffordableNot many social/gaming features yet, Takes a long time to sync data to app, Cannot track individual workouts
It's been a long time coming for the Nabu X. In 2014, Razer announced a fitness band that not only tracked steps, distance, calories and sleep, but also included social features that let you connect with other Nabu X wearers. After many delays, the Nabu X...
Reviewed on 2015-05-21
Inexpensive. Good battery life. Decent fitness tracking. Comfortable.Frequently unresponsive. Confusing notification lights. Uses a proprietary charging cable. Frustrating reset process. Minor social features. Gaming functions are not yet available
The Razer Nabu X represents the gaming peripheral company's first step into the wearable tech market, so it's not entirely surprising that it feels like a prototype. Branded as a "social wearable smartband" for gym-going gamers, its social funct...
Reviewed on 2015-05-16
Affordable, Discrete design, Long battery life, Comfy fitSome buggy features, Apps are lacking, Notifications oversimplified
"Razer made a wearable?" is usually the first question I get when I tell people what the latest gadget on my wrist is.The answer is: yes, Razer, the popular gaming hardware company known for taking big risks in tech has made a fitness tracker called the N...
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Reviewed on 2015-05-15
Very long battery life, Comfortable fit, Fairly accurate step trackingBoring design that's a dust magnet, LED notifications are basically useless, Your phone does everything this can
Cheap doesn't cut itMost people associate Razer with gaming laptops, mice, and other hardware. But at CES 2014, the company unveiled plans to enter the fitness tracker / smartband market with the launch of Nabu, a black wristband that combined basic fitne...
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Reviewed on 2015-05-12
Razer loves to announce BIG, INDUSTRY-SHAKING gadgets only to immediately scale them down. The company's first laptop started life as a handheld game console. Its first tablet originally had handlebars. The Nabu X is Razer's latest big idea. Originally...
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Reviewed on 2015-05-11
Razer loves to announce BIG, INDUSTRY SHAKING gadgets only to immediately scale them down. The companys first laptop started life as a handheld game console. Its first tablet originally had handlebars. The Nabu X is Razers latest big idea, similarly shr...
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Reviewed on 2015-02-09
Nice design, Battery life is pretty good, Touch panel is responsive, Light and comfortable to wear,Inaccurate step tracking, Buggy software, Some promised features not yet available, Notification LEDS can't be set,
It took the entire span of 2014 for the Razer Nabu to finally get an official release – albeit just in the US – but that didn't stop Razer from revealing its cheaper, younger brother, the Razer Nabu X at CES 2015.Ditching the OLED screen, on the surface t...
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