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Samsung Gear IconX prices in Singapore

The Samsung Gear X is the most innovative cordless headset that exist in the world today. It's the most compact wireless headset that comes with a built in music storage and fitness tracker. No phone? no problem! Click here to know more about it!

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Samsung Gear IconX Price by Country
Hong Kong HKD 1,124
Indonesia IDR 1,775,000
Malaysia MYR 585
Philippines PHP 7,240
Singapore SGD 185

About Samsung Gear IconX Singapore

Samsung Gear X Singapore - The Cordless Fitness Earbuds That You Need

Cordless headphones are slowly becoming a thing now since the release of the iPhone 7’s Airpods. However, even before Apple brought the spotlight to cordless headphones, Samsung has already been making their very own and tailored it to people who leads an active lifestyle. A wireless and cord-free headset that’s designed to work it out while you get into fitness.


The concept of this earbuds it to make it as comfortable and less of a hindrance when you are grinding your way to fitness. Traditional headphones can be such a nuisance with all those cords dangling from your ears down to your pocket where your phone is. So, the concept of the Gear X Singapore couldn’t be any simpler – just plug both earbuds into each and you’ll be ready to go. Without any strings attached – literally.

Designed to Perfectly Fit

No matter how intense you move the Samsung Gear X Singapore is designed to stay put where they ought to be. Whatever you do, jump. Run, do squat, or any way you try to carry on with life, these earbuds are designed to stay it place. You can also mix and match difference sized eartips and wingtips to find the best fit for your ears.

Built-In Fitness Tracker

With the Samsung Gear X, you can keep track of your health without the need for a phone. Whether you’re walking, your running, you’re doing crunches, or you’re just sitting down, these earbuds is intelligent enough to track your body’s activity and provide you with the essential updates to your fitness goals like your speed, the distance you’ve walked, the duration of it, calories burned, and your heart rate. These are provided to you through it dedicated voice guide.

Stay Aware of Your Surroundings

It’s paramount to your safety that you’re aware with what’s going on with your surroundings. Locking out your auditory senses from the rest of the world can be dangerous, especially if you’re outdoors in the big concrete jungle. In order to keep you aware, Samsung Gear X Singapore has the option to switch on and off ambient noises, in order for you to hear your surroundings. With that, you can play your jam without having to detach your consciousness from the world.

Bring Your Songs with You

The Gear Icon X is not just a pair of earbuds that comes with a fitness tracker, it’s all the smallest music player that exists in the world today. These earbuds can load up your songs into its one 4GB internal storage space, you don’t need to connect it to your phone to play some music!

Expert Reviews

Reviewed on 2016-08-24
Samsung Gear IconX is a pair of truly wireless in-ear headphones. There is no cable connecting the right and left earbuds, making it perfect for listening to music during workouts.The IconX not only streams music from your smartphone, but it also has 4GB...
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Reviewed on 2016-08-08
All these years of wearing wireless earphones on my jogs, I've waited for something like the Samsung Gear IconX, which landed in Singapore in June .The Bluetooth earphones are unlike the usual sport earphones, in that they are totally cordless. With no st...
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Reviewed on 2016-06-04
Samsung yesterday showed off the new Gear Fit2 and the Gear IconX at its Galaxy Studio consumer event in Singapore, bringing updated features to its wearable lineup here.Compared to the original Gear Fit, the Gear Fit2 is a marked improvement, with an add...
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Reviewed on 2017-02-03
Light, Compact design, Heart rate sensor, Sweat and Splash Resistant (Pi Nano Coating), GB internal storage for standalone music playbackPoor battery life, Average audio quality, Requires IconX PC Manager to update firmware, Priced slightly on the higher side
Samsung launched Gear IconX last year for Rs. 13,490 in India last year. It is its first fitness tracking Bluetooth headset that can track heart rate, distance, speed, duration and calories burned. It has a lot of features and comes in a compact design. I...
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Reviewed on 2016-12-19
Comfortable design, Heart rate sensors builtin, Works as a standalone player, Intuitive controlsAbysmal battery life, Audio quality could be better, Expensive
With Apple finally embracing wireless audio with the AirPods, we're about to witness a surge of competition in this space. Headsets are becoming truly wireless, meaning they work without the need for even a neckband connecting them to each other. Samsung...
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Reviewed on 2016-12-14
Ok, we already accepted that Gear IconX looks futuristic. It is touted as the new breed of Bluetooth wearable that combines two separate headsets which work entirely without wires.Gear IconX is not only just a Bluetooth earphones, it is a miniature player...
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Reviewed on 2016-12-07
Samsung's Gear IconX are a pair of completely cordless earbuds that can handle music, calls, and workouts. If you're looking for a totally wire-free experience, the IconX offers a compelling option to competing models, even if suffers from some of the sam...
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Reviewed on 2016-11-14
When one is in the market for a pair of earphones, especially for fitness, cables are the last thing you'd want to fumble with. Especially while running, the sheer weight of earphones cables are what would make the earphones fall off. Samsung introduced t...
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Reviewed on 2016-11-08
Even before the Airpods and the iPhone 7 have been announced, Samsung has wireless earbuds called the Gear IconX. It's an awesome product from Samsung because aside from the earbuds being wireless, the Gear IconX is minimalistic and doesn't have wires com...
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Reviewed on 2016-11-01
You might need a leap of faith to insert Samsung's Gear IconX wireless earbuds inside your ear canals. Indeed, as Note7 owners showed us over the last few months, electronics packed with lithium-ion batteries can do double-duty as incendiary devices.Samsu...
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Reviewed on 2016-10-31
Convenient, Onboard storage, No Aussie price hike, Good bassFiddly to operate, Dropouts if not using Samsung phone, Very short battery life
Is there a reason that companies don't put batteries in earbuds already? Is it something Samsung already should be worried about?You might need a leap of faith to insert Samsung's Gear IconX wireless earbuds inside your ear canals. Indeed, as Note7 owners...
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Reviewed on 2016-10-31
Rich sound, strong bass, high volume, 4GB of onboard storage for music tracks, Wirefree design is incredibly liberating.Control interface is imprecise and annoying, Battery life is alarmingly short and falls short of claims, Heart rate data only appears on Samsung phones
You might need a leap of faith to insert Samsung's Gear IconX wireless earbuds inside your ear canals. Indeed, as Note7 owners showed us over the last few months, electronics packed with lithium-ion batteries can do double-duty as incendiary devices.Samsu...
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Reviewed on 2016-10-27
"Samsung has cut the cord with the Gear IconX but is it worth the asking price?"The future of headphones/earphones are truly wireless earbuds that actually eschew the wires for ultimate portability. Essentially, you get two separate earbuds that maintain...
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Reviewed on 2016-10-21
Wireless earbuds are still a new concept for many consumers, but soon would become an everyday device for many people. Apple announced the AirPods when it showcased the new iPhone 7 smartphones. They do look awkward, but thanks to Apple, more players will...
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Reviewed on 2016-10-15
Great Design, Well Built, Snug Fit, Lightweight, Awesome SoundPricey, Poor Battery Life
Samsung Gear IconX is the first wireless set of earphones, offering true cord free experience from a big company. But, are they really worth the big price tag, or should you consider something more affordable.The Gear IconX is built really well, with a good quality...
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Reviewed on 2016-10-13
Beautiful design, Comfortable fitting, Internal storage, Touch control optionsExpensive, Average sound output, Low battery backup
As technology is improving and everything is getting wireless whether it's a charger, mouse or earphones things are getting smarter and lightning fast every day with more hassle free options. All the existing categories of devices are getting a wireless u...
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Reviewed on 2016-10-12
Seamless, simple swipe-and-tap-based operation, Built-in heart rate monitor, works with app for fitness tracking, 4GB of internal storage for music, Carrying case doubles as charging dock and portable chargerNot for those seeking huge bass, Delay with ambient mics
Do you remember a time, not long ago, when the iPhone still had a headphone jack and wireless headphones still had a wire? In a way, the $199.99 Gear IconX can be seen as Samsung's answer to the forthcoming Apple AirPods, in that it too is a pair of compl...
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Reviewed on 2016-10-11
Very secure fit, comfortable, decent audio quality, convenient fitness tracking without needing a phone, convenient charging case, reliable touch controlsFrequent connectivity issues, short battery life, batteries drain unequally, lack of playlist options for stored music
This is the year of the truly wireless earbuds — we've had Bluetooth in-ear headphones for a while, but never anything that cut even the cord between the two earpieces. We've seen these from Jabra, Earin , Apple , and a few others so far, but one of the f...
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Reviewed on 2016-10-10
What do you get when you take an audio device, give it touch controls, make it as small as humanly possible and stick some fitness tracking functions on it? The Samsung Gear IconX .The Samsung IconX is, in essence, Samsung's attempt to cut the cord and ma...
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Reviewed on 2016-10-07
Wireless earbuds have already been a lot of controversies recently – after the Apple's “courageous” attempt to remove the 3.5mm audio jack from the iPhone; people will now be forced to either use the headphones that connect through the Lightning Port or y...
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