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Samsung Gear Fit

Designed to be light and durable, the Samsung Gear Fit is truly amazing as it boasts many exciting features that can encourage your epic adventure ahead. Read more about Samsung Gear Fit Singapore below to find out.

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Samsung Gear Fit Singapore - Energizing Your Active Lifestyle

Renowned for producing some of the finest products in the realm of electronics, Samsung continues to dominate with its dedication in delivering innovations that make the real difference. Furthering its ambition of transforming lives, Samsung has released the incredible Samsung Gear Fit wearable. Designed to empower your active life, the Samsung Gear Fit has been hailed as one of the most useful smartphone accessories that you should get.

Curved Super AMOLED for Vibrant Future

The Samsung Gear Fit is said to be the world's first wearable device that features a curved Super AMOLED display. Thanks to its 1.84 inch display Super AMOLED display screen (432 x 128 resolution), you will be getting stunningly vivid visuals on a small display screen. Engineered exclusively to accommodate your outdoor adventure, its display screen is able to provide better visibility even under direct sunlight. Not only that, the Samsung Gear Fit possesses IP67 rating which makes it to be fairly resistant against both water and dust. In other words, you can be confident that the Samsung Gear Fit is perfectly prepared for any kind of adventure.

Always Stand by You

As a wearable that is designed to be your perfect companion, the Samsung Gear Fit represents the perfect blend of fashion and practicality. Developed to appeal to people that prefers both fitness and style, the Samsung Gear Fit is the smartwatch that keeps track of your activities all the time. Powered by the highly efficient 210mAh battery, this Samsung wearable is able to last up to 3 or 4 days with extended usage. Even with light usage, the Samsung Gear Fit still lasts up to 5 days.

Dedicated Trainer that Will Never Let You Down

Emphasizing health and fitness, the Samsung Gear Fit packs an awesome array of features in enhancing your active lifestyle. With its heart rate sensor, this Samsung wearable is able to give you real time coaching to monitor and motivate your fitness actively. Not only that, its pedometer enables you to keep track of your steps accurately for better fitness monitoring.

Seamless Interactions with Samsung Gear Fit Singapore

Simple to use, the Samsung Gear Fit offers you the much-needed seamless experience when it comes to connecting with your Samsung smartphones. Once connected, you will be able to enjoy controlling basic functions such as accepting or rejecting calls, control alarms, quick reply to messages and others. Talking about instant notifications, the Samsung Gear Fit allows you to be connected with the latest notifications from your SMS, emails, incoming calls and even 3rd party apps as well.

Perfect Pair with other compatible Samsung devices

Designed to be compatible with the most Samsung devices, the Samsung Gear Fit is the perfect accessory that bolsters the functionality of your smartphone. In conclusion, the Samsung Gear Fit is a terrific wearable that mixes smartwatch and activity tracker into a cohesive device.

Expert Reviews

Reviewed on 2015-07-25
The Samsung Gear Fit is a fitness smartwatch with a Super AMOLED display for showing notifications and fitness data from the included accelerometer. However, the screen is difficult to read and the Gear Fit is only compatible with some Samsung phones, whi...
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Reviewed on 2015-01-01
Updated as on January 2014. Don't forget to bookmark this page, as we will be updating it regularly.Wearable devices are still a new category which is trying to make its place among tablets , laptops and smartphones. The new breed of wearables are capable...
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Reviewed on 2014-12-23
We've tested a bunch of smartwatches in 2014, most of which ran Android Wear. There is a lot of variation in design and some companies –– hello, Moto –– are clearly way out in front with respect to the actual look and feel of their devices. Below is a rou...
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Reviewed on 2014-12-16
I've been keen on smartwatches pretty much since day one. I get a lot of emails, texts, and assorted notifications, most of them garbage but some vitally important. Having a glancable screen on my wrist makes life infinitely easier. But smartwatches have ...
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Reviewed on 2014-12-05
Updated as on December 2014. Don't forget to bookmark this page, as we will be updating it regularly.As the wearable technology is developing, almost every brand is coming up with new products. There are many fitness devices which have entered the market ...
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Reviewed on 2014-11-07
What's the difference between the Microsoft Band and the Samsung Gear Fit ? Here, we compare the two smartwatches to determine which is best for you. See also: Best smartwatches 2014 Microsoft has recently unveiled its first foray into the wearable techn...
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Reviewed on 2014-09-30
Great display, easy to useAndroid only
The Gear Fit crosses the bridge between the smartwatch and fitness band categories. There's a pedometer built into the Gear Fit, so you can track your steps and a heart rate monitor that works via a light sensor on the back of the watch. These features ma...
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Reviewed on 2014-09-23
Stunning curved display is bright, big and beautiful. Offers a unique design that is futuristic. Touchscreen is very responsive, TheProprietary charger. Reading emails is a little awkward on the display and not easy to manage. Software could use a more than a few tweaks to make it more intuitive. Like most smart watches, battery life could be better
The Samsung Gear Fit is a futuristic looking smartwatch that focuses on being a fitness band first and a smartwatch second. When it first appeared on the scene earlier this year, there was nothing on the market to compete with it, and there were a lot of ...
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Reviewed on 2014-09-01
Due to the curved screen, it wraps around the wrist easily. Samsung has used plastic and rubber to design the Fit that makes it look good. But then, it does come at a premium cost.The Gear Fit can't be used as an individual fitness band and needs to be pa...
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Reviewed on 2014-08-29
Attractive (for a smartwatch) and well made. Curved screen is beautiful and bright. Battery should see most users through three daysRarely displayed time when I wanted it to. No GPS tracking. Long texts not fully displayed. S Health is confusing, with too much going on. Cannot automatically detect exercise or sleep
Combining a fitness tracker and a smartwatch, the Samsung Gear Fit aims to be the wrist-worncompanion you need to keep track of your life - from email and text notifications, to your walking, running, cycling and heart rate, the Fit will be with you every...
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Reviewed on 2014-08-16
After posting my usual long-ass review post on the Android flagship Samsung Galaxy S5 here , I felt it too long to include my take on the complementary smart wearables – the Samsung Gear 2 and Samsung Gear Fit. So I decided to split the review into a sepa...
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Reviewed on 2014-08-14
I sit at a desk too much. I drink too much coffee. I don't sleep very well. I have an odd feeling those three things might be connected. This thing on my wrist agrees with that assessment.After a few months of wearing and interacting with a fitness tracke...
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Reviewed on 2014-08-04
Phone notifications, Good looks, Curved AMOLED display, Lots of accessoriesPoor sleep tracking
The Gear Fit is Samsung's answer to the activity tracker revolution. It's arrived as a Galaxy mobile-only accessory – rather than compatible with any old Android phone – alongside the Gear 2 and Gear 2 Neo smartwatches. Like its siblings, it'll buzz you w...
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Reviewed on 2014-08-01
Samsung Gear Fit Samsung wanted to create a fitness tracker that does it all. And so the Gear Fit was born. The review unit consisted of a black plastic tracker with a black rubber strap. The tracker is easily removed from the strap. Extra straps are ava...
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Reviewed on 2014-07-22
Great design, beautiful display in right conditions, simple and fluid interface, builtin heartrate monitor, interchangeable straps, good price, some smartwatch functionsSome Samsung device compatibility only, no auto brightness, battery life not amazing, fitness features limited, lack of apps, restricted to S Health (Samsung' s app) only, accuracy questionable at times, no altimeter
Samsung launched its flagship Galaxy S5 smartphone earlier this year and alongside it came a trio of smartwatches: the Samsung Gear Fit, as its name suggests, being the more sporty device than either the Gear 2 or more affordable Gear 2 Neo. The Fit is e...
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Reviewed on 2014-07-04
Fab Aesthetics, Smartwatch functions, Useful S Health ApplicationBelow average battery, No option to reduce screen brightness, Cannot track Gym exercises
Unlike most wearable wrist gadgets, launched in the first half of 2014, Samsung Gear Fit is the only one that does not look like a police ankle monitor! (square). It is the best looking wrist gadget I have used, thus far. Samsung Gear Fit not only looks g...
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Reviewed on 2014-07-01
Last year Samsung announced their first attempt at a smartwatch in the Galaxy Gear yet less than six months later at MWC 2014 earlier this year , they announced a further three in the Samsung Gear Fit , Gear 2 Neo and the Gear 2 .Alongside some hardware c...
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Reviewed on 2014-06-27
Several months ago, at the Mobile World Congress, Samsung announced a range of new wearables . While most of the releases were rehashes of what was unveiled the previous year, the Gear Fit was a little different. It immediately caught my eye, with its sle...
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Reviewed on 2014-06-24
Thinking of buying a smartwatch to go with your Samsung Galaxy smartphone? Chances are you've seen the adverts for Samsung's range of new smartwatches which were announced at Mobile World Congress 2014 earlier this year.Whilst there's very little differen...
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Reviewed on 2014-06-23
I haven't been sold on the whole smartwatch and wearables deal just yet, sticking to my analog watch (hey, it's a cool watch!). To me, I didn't need a wearable, though I do appreciate what they have to offer, like keeping you notified of things and provid...
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Display type


Display diagonal

4.67 cm (1.84")

Display resolution

432 x 128 pixels


System requirements

Mobile operating systems supported


Ports & interfaces

Connectivity technology


Bluetooth version

4.0 LE

Weight & dimensions


2.34 cm


1.2 cm


5.74 cm


27 g


Device type


Colour of product


Band colour


Dust resistant
Control type

Buttons, Sensor

International Protection (IP) code



Active minutes
Hours slept
Heart rate monitor
Simple Notification Service (SNS) supported