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Goondu review: Withings Steel HR Sport
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Goondu review: Withings Steel HR Sport

December 19th, 2018 | by Wilson Wong
Promising simplicity, wearer comfort and long battery life, the Withings Steel HR Sport can be an attracive option to active...
Hands on: Montblanc Summit 2 smartwatch seeks to sell “luxe tech” appeal
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Hands on: Montblanc Summit 2 smartwatch seeks to sell “luxe tech” appeal

October 18th, 2018 | by Alfred Siew
Starting from S$1,495, a Montblanc Summit 2 with a steel case is cheaper than many a branded Swiss-made mechanical watch...
Three in 10 wearables abandoned by owners for being not useful: Gartner
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Three in 10 wearables abandoned by owners for being not useful: Gartner

December 8th, 2016 | by Desmond Koh
Three in 10 smartwatch and fitness tracker owners abandon their devices out of boredom, a lack of usefulness, or simply because they stopped working, according to research firm...
Samsung’s Gear S3 to cost S$548 in Singapore
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Samsung’s Gear S3 to cost S$548 in Singapore

November 1st, 2016 | by Alfred Siew
The Gear S3 comes in two versions - a "frontier" one for folks who want a tough, outdoor watch and a "classic" one for a touch of...
Are smartwatches still the next big thing, as shipments fall?
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Are smartwatches still the next big thing, as shipments fall?

July 22nd, 2016 | by Alfred Siew
Why are people not buying more of these newfangled gadgets and ripping their boring quartz and automatic watches from their wrists? Technology, ironically, is the...
Goondu review: Fitbit Surge
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Goondu review: Fitbit Surge

November 29th, 2015 | by Aaron Tan
The Fitbit Surge, with its built-in GPS, sleep tracker and some smartwatch features, is the most powerful Fitbit to...
Huawei’s new smartwatch looks like a Swiss watch… made in China
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Huawei’s new smartwatch looks like a Swiss watch… made in China

October 30th, 2015 | by Alfred Siew
Huawei probably has sensed a demand for classic-looking watches that sport some of the smarts of the latest wearable...
Samsung Gear S2, Gear S2 classic out in Singapore in October
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Samsung Gear S2, Gear S2 classic out in Singapore in October

September 16th, 2015 | by Alfred Siew
Despite not using the more common Android Wear, they are expected to hook up to a variety of Android...
Goondu review: Alcatel Onetouch Watch
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Goondu review: Alcatel Onetouch Watch

July 26th, 2015 | by Aaron Tan
The Alcatel Onetouch Watch tries to be an activity tracker and a smartwatch, and should appeal to folks looking for their first wearable device without spending a...
Hands-on: Huawei TalkBand B2 is not just a watch and activity tracker
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Hands-on: Huawei TalkBand B2 is not just a watch and activity tracker

June 5th, 2015 | by Desmond Koh
It's an activity and sleep tracker that is also a Bluetooth headset and many other...
Can smartwatches become luxury goods?
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Can smartwatches become luxury goods?

June 4th, 2015 | by Alfred Siew
The biggest thing against smart watches is the technology they bring. It is transient, upgradeable and...
Goondu review: GoQii Band
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Goondu review: GoQii Band

April 14th, 2015 | by Desmond Koh
Don't just wear a smart wrist band - get a coach to monitor your progress and work with you to improve your...
Hands on: Pebble Steel to cost S$359 in Singapore
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Hands on: Pebble Steel to cost S$359 in Singapore

July 31st, 2014 | by Desmond Koh
Barely two months after the Pebble smartwatch reached Singapore, Pebble Steel, its premium sibling, looks set to make its local appearance tomorrow for a cool S$359. Pebble Steel melds the best of the Pebble with a sleeker...
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LG G Watch in Singapore for S$268

July 24th, 2014 | by Jonathan Tan
Priced at S$268, the 63g smartwatch runs on Google’s Android Wear operating...
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Goondu review: Martian Passport smartwatch

May 22nd, 2014 | by Alfred Siew
The Martian Passport looks more like a watch than many other smartwatches today, but does it do its job of looking good and being...
Samsung smart watch needs to change habits
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Samsung smart watch needs to change habits

September 9th, 2013 | by Alfred Siew
It certainly looks promising as people become more accepting of wearable computers, but the experience has to be right, and past experience with trailblazing gadgets tells us that usually takes...