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Sony SmartWatch 2 Price in Singapore

The Sony Smartwatch 2 may not look like your everyday watch, but it is fully functional as both a watch and a smartwatch. It is a perfect accessory for your Android smartphone with its simple and easy to use interface and one-touch NFC connectivity. Read more below!

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The Sony Smartwatch 2 may not look like your everyday watch, but it is fully functional as both a watch and a smartwatch. It is a perfect accessory for your Android smartphone with its simple and easy to use interface and one-touch NFC connectivity. Read more below!

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Cheapest at Qoo10
S$ 513.30
S$ 136.90

Compare Prices of Sony SmartWatch 2

Best price for Sony SmartWatch 2 in Singapore is S$ 136.90

You can buy the Sony SmartWatch 2 at the lowest price of S$ 136.90 from Qoo10 which is 25% cheaper than the Sony SmartWatch 2 that is sold by Lazada at the price of S$ 181.70.
Alternatively, the Sony SmartWatch 2 is also sold in Indonesia at Tokopedia with the price of S$ 208.00 and Malaysia at AppAsia with the price of S$ 141.00 and Philippines at Lazada with the price of S$ 139.00 and Thailand at Lazada with the price of S$ 375.00.
Pricing details were last updated at 15 June 2018, 22:40.

Price List by Country for Sony SmartWatch 2

Country International Price Price in SGD
Indonesia IDR 2.149.000 SGD 208.00
Malaysia MYR 418.00 SGD 141.00
Philippines PHP 5,520.00 SGD 139.00
Singapore SGD 136.90 SGD 137.00
Thailand THB 9,075 SGD 375.00

Specs of Sony SmartWatch 2

Display
Display Size 1.6"
Display Resolution 220 x 176pixels
Always-on Display
Multi-touch
Pixel Density 176ppi
Operating System
iOS Compatibility
Android Compatibility
Windows Phone Compatibility
Operation System Android
Body
Housing Material Aluminium
Housing Colour Black
Housing Shape Rectangular
Weight 122.5g
Dimensions (W x H x D) 42 x 41 x 9mm
Watch Strap
Watch Strap Colour Black
Watch Strap Material Leather
Removable Strap
Launch
Release Year 2013
Memory
Memory Card Slot
Functions
Pedometer
Radio
Music Player
Messaging
Stopwatch
Sleep Tracker
Heart Rate
Connectivity
Cellular
GPS
USB
NFC
Bluetooth
Wi-Fi
Camera
Built-in Camera
Features
Water Resistant
Shockproof
Scratchproof
Dustproof
SIM Card Slot
Built-in Microphone
Battery
Battery Life 96h

Sony Smartwatch 2 Singapore

Solidly Designed and Built Tough

The Sony Smartwatch 2 is a humble looking smartwatch that actually looks a lot more like a mini computer on your wrist than a watch because of its rather simple square form factor that is the amalgamation of glass, metal, and plastic. It is not a bad design by any means, and it certainly isn’t going to turn heads at fashion shows, but there is nothing wrong with it; it does the job well.

On the front face of the watch sits three capacitive buttons that will be familiar to Android smartphone users: Back, Home, and Menu, all on a bezel surrounding the small 1.6-inch LCD display that Sony calls a “Transflective” display. Going past the beautiful chamfered edges of the front and to the right side of the watch is the ever familiar circular power button that is similar to those found on Sony Xperia smartphones.

It’s IP57 Certified – don’t be afraid of the rain

The Sony Smartwatch 2 is certified to a IP57 rating, meaning that it can last for up to 30 minutes in water up to a depth of 1 meter, and that it is also dustproof. The certification explains the fact that the micro USB of the watch is hidden under a tightly sealed flap on the right.

Bearing the certification does mean the Sony Smartwatch 2 can be submerged into water, but it is generally a great idea not to try it out unless you absolutely must go swimming with the watch. In other usage however, this means the watch can withstand liquid accidents and spills easily.

The Sony Smartwatch 2 is a smartwatch that is compatible with any smartphone or tablet that runs on Android 4.0 or later – which is the majority of most smartphones out there. This makes the Sony Smartwatch 2 an incredibly versatile smartwatch that can be paired with a lot of different Android phones.

You will be able to enjoy a great number of apps on the smartwatch the Sony Smartwatch 2 for various needs. Whether you are going for a run in the park or are heading to the office for work, there are a bevy of health, fitness, and productivity apps available for use through the smartwatch.

Reviews of Sony SmartWatch 2

hardwarezone.com.sg
Reviewed on 2014-01-15
Premium design, MicroUSB charging, User friendly
Display could be better, Slight sluggish performance
Sony is no stranger in the wearable tech scene as it was one of the earliest companies to venture into this space. The Japanese company introduced the MBW-100 and MBW-150 Bluetooth watches in 2006 and 2008 respectively.Its more recent offering is the Smar...
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techgoondu.com
Reviewed on 2013-12-08
Sometimes, it doesn't pay to go all guns blazing.If Samsung's Galaxy Gear smart watch is all the hype in recent months, then Sony's SmartWatch 2 is a rather understated, but somewhat more practical, take on wearable computing.Looks-wise, the SmartWatch 2 ...
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lesterchan.net
Reviewed on 2013-12-06
Well build, Good battery life, Easy to setup
Mediocre official apps, Lack of good third party apps, Doesn't push notifications by default, Android only
Officially launched on the 22nd October 2013, the Sony SmartWatch 2 (Sony SW2) is available in two versions. Sony SmartWatch 2 with black metallic strap is retailing for SGD$338 while the other with black silicone strap is retailing for SGD$288 .Sony also...
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technave.sg
Reviewed on 2013-09-10
They may be just accessories for now, but smartwatches mark the trend for the next step of mobile computing devices in the form of wearable computers. While development on smartwatches has been on for the past couple of years, most of it has involved inde...
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digitalone.com.sg
Reviewed on 2013-07-19
Sony's SmartWatch 2 aims to be your Android smartphone's companion. It connects via Bluetooth 3.0 or Near Field Communication for the convenience of one-touch pairing.This sleek-looking smart watch has a 1.6-inch (220 x 176pixels) touchscreen that is said...
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DigitalReviews.net
Reviewed on 2015-03-06
It's been nearly 2 years since we took a good look at the Sony SmartWatch 2 which had just been released then. It is a bit surprising that this watch is still being offered for sale well after its successor has become available. So what made this one a st...
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androidguys.com
Reviewed on 2014-08-06
I recently had the opportunity to review the latest SmartWatch offering from Sony, and it was perfect timing since Android Wear has just entered the market so was interesting to see how the Sony SmartWatch SW2 stacked up against the Android Wear platform....
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gizmochina.com
Reviewed on 2014-05-06
Pros: -Convenience. You don't have to pick up your phone from your pocket to see who is calling. Especially gratifying when busy with work and clients. -Battery Life. It's pretty good. I only have to charge it every 3 days or so, and it takes at most 3 ho...
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consumersearch.com
Reviewed on 2014-04-01
Customizable vibration notifications, Screen is always "awake", Several hundred apps
Heavy to wear, Limited watchface options
Android phones only. Any Android device running Android 4.0 or higher is compatible with the Sony Smart Watch 2. Sony, however, emphasizes its smartwatch compatibility with its own Xperia smartphones and tablets.Conservative design. Depending on your desi...
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engadget.com
Reviewed on 2014-01-17
Well-built, Easy to use, Large number of apps
Some software issues, Average battery life
Cast your mind back to the period between August and October 2012, and there was barely a whisper about a smartwatch round these parts. Pebble was funded and well underway, and we discovered a curious Google patent -- but that was pretty much it. In that ...
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Theinquirer.net
Reviewed on 2014-01-16
Minimalist and ergonomically pleasing design
Relatively low quality display
GETTING TO MARKET before Apple's and Samsung's rumoured smartwatches when it announced its second-generation Smartwatch 2 last summer , Sony's wearable device is a companion for the firm's Android powered smartphones....
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makeuseof.com
Reviewed on 2014-01-13
Wearable technology has become a new term in recent months — the Google Glass ( which we reviewed ) is currently the most iconic project of this genre of technology, but it's still quite a while until it's ready for consumer hands. However, that doesn't m...
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tomsguide.com
Reviewed on 2013-12-20
Smartwatches are designed to work with your smartphone rather than replace it, providing notifications so you don't have to whip out your handset every 5 seconds. And although the category is in its infancy, three models stand out among the first crop. The Pebble ($149) is water-resistant and has a wide range of apps available. The Sony SmartWatch 2 ($199) delivers an Android-like experience on your wrist. And the Galaxy Gear ($299) lets you make calls and even snap photos. But which high-tech timepiece is best? We've put all three devices through an 11-round face-off to determine which smartwatch is right for you....
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slashgear.com
Reviewed on 2013-12-11
There's a smartwatch war going on right now – did you know? With the SmartWatch 2, Sony reminds the world that they've already been in the market for a generation, with months of head start going in an unbroken line of evolutionary products (even if it's...
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bgr.com
Reviewed on 2013-12-06
Smartwatches are the future… or something like that. As growth in the smartphone market slows, especially at the high end where companies have been making a killing, consumer electronics giants need to look elsewhere to bolster earnings growth. For Samsun...
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musicphotolife.com
Reviewed on 2013-12-04
OK, so you have read both my reviews on the Sony and Samsung smartwatches. Which one do I prefer and why?The Sony SmartWatch 2 display is always on, sans backlight. You will be able to see the clock face and read the time. In contrast, the Samsung Gear ne...
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theverge.com
Reviewed on 2013-11-26
Always on display, Attractive fit and finish, Multiple day battery life, Micro USB charging
Low resolution display, Clumsy interface and setup, Lots of lag, Android only
Despite its flaws, I'm a big fan of my Pebble. It's far from perfect, but it manages to keep me notified of incoming messages, emails, Twitter alerts, and more without forcing me to dig my phone out of my pocket. So when Sony announced the SmartWatch 2, a...
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androidheadlines.com
Reviewed on 2013-11-17
Anyone who knows me in person knows that I am a huge fan of wearable technology. I have owned 5 different SmartWatches over the past 10 years and I am always excited to see newer watches enter the market. I have integrated SmartWatches into my life as the...
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musicphotolife.com
Reviewed on 2013-11-16
After years of developing smartphones and tablets, the consumer tech industry players now turns to wearable smart devices to expand the market capitalisation. Until recently, smartwatches only appeal to the early adopters because they are made by unknown...
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gizmodo.com
Reviewed on 2013-11-12
There are times when the SW2 is convenient. Getting a call, email, or text you're going to ignore means simply looking at your watch and moving on, rather than digging out your phone, turning it on, unlocking it, looking, and then turning it off and putti...
It's almost never more convenient to use this watch than it is to simply pull out your smartphone, except in the few instances mentioned above. The UI is unwieldy and unresponsive, and while we like that we can see it in bright daylight, the screen's low...
Once upon a time Sony made a smartwatch that was really pretty bad. But Sony promised the next one would be much less bad. And so it is! In fact, the SmartWatch 2 may be the least-bad smartwatch to date. Unfortunately less bad than very bad doesn't make s...
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