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Lowest price for the Fitbit Zip in the Philippines is ₱ 2,715.00

You can buy the Fitbit Zip at the lowest price of ₱ 2,715.00 from Lazada which is 60% cheaper than the Fitbit Zip that is sold by Galleon at the price of ₱ 6,812.00, you can also buy it from Amazon and Galleon.
Alternatively, the Fitbit Zip is also sold in Hong Kong at Amazon with the price of ₱ 3,255.00 and Indonesia at Lazada with the price of ₱ 2,545.00 and Malaysia at Lazada with the price of ₱ 2,712.00 and Singapore at Lazada with the price of ₱ 4,169.00 and Thailand at Lazada with the price of ₱ 2,718.00.
Pricing details were last updated at 21 September 2018, 20:22.

Fitbit Zip Price Guide

Price List by Country for Fitbit Zip

Country International Price Price in PHP
Hong Kong HKD 469.00 PHP 3,255.00
Indonesia IDR 676.000 PHP 2,545.00
Malaysia MYR 206.80 PHP 2,712.00
Philippines PHP 2,715.00 PHP 2,715.00
Singapore SGD 105.00 PHP 4,169.00
Thailand THB 1,626 PHP 2,718.00

Fitbit Zip Price in Philippines by Variants

Variants Price
Fitbit Zip Lime ₱ 10,316.00
Fitbit Zip Pink ₱ 5,417.00
Fitbit Zip Charcoal ₱ 3,249.00

Specs of Fitbit Zip

Display
Display Size 0.38"
Always-on Display Yes
Multi-touch Yes
Display Type LCD
Operating System
iOS Compatibility Yes
Android Compatibility Yes
Operation System Fitbit
Windows Phone Compatibility Yes
Body
Housing Material Plastic
Dimensions (W x H x D) 28 x 35.5 x 9.7mm
Housing Shape Rectangular
Weight 9.1g
Watch Strap
Watch Strap Material Silicone
Removable Strap No
Launch
Release Year 2012
Functions
Pedometer Yes
Sleep Tracker No
Stop Watch No
Messaging No
Music Player No
Radio No
Heart Rate Yes
Connectivity
Wi-Fi No
Bluetooth Yes
NFC No
USB Yes
GPS No
Cellular No
Features
Water Resistant Yes
SIM Card Slot No
Schockproof No
Scratchproof No
Dustproof No
Built-in Microphone No
Battery
Battery Life 4320h
Camera
Built-in Camera No
Memory
Memory Card Slot No

Reviews of Fitbit Zip

techgearlab.com
Reviewed on 2018-02-15
Inexpensive, minimalistic, solid display,
Limited set of features, few ways to influence healthy habits
Overall, the Zip finished in the lower half of the pack, but the top products cost almost four times as much. The Zip tied with the Misfit Shine 2 and the Garmin Vivofit 3 in the overall scores, with the Misfit also being a clip-on tracker and the Vivofit...
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consumersearch.com
Reviewed on 2017-09-01
Tracks steps, distance and calories burned, Securely clips to clothes or waistband, Replaceable battery; no charging necessary, Water-resistant,
No sleep tracking, Simple display
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bestfitnesstrackerreviews.com
Reviewed on 2015-06-25
Wireless syncing, Screen lets you view progress in realtime, Data integration with existing fitness apps like MyFitnessPal, Strong social features including adding friends with a FitBit device or other FitBit users, a competition leader board, communities...
Does not track sleep or stairs, Battery must be replaced when it runs out, but on the bright side you don't need to mess with frequent charging, Can't view screen in the dark (no backlight), Not fully waterproof, just splashproof, Clip form factor devices...
The FitBit Zip is the pared down version of the FitBit ONE. It captures steps, calories burned, and distance travelled -- while providing full access to the uber-useful FitBit dashboard -- at one of the best prices around town.Wireless syncing Screen lets...
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theverge.com
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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phonearena.com
Reviewed on 2014-07-15
A very accurate pedometer, Simple and easy to use, It doesn't really require a user to have a smartphone to view data, Available in 5 different colors
Inability to view data from previous days without using the mobile app, Lacks backlighting, so it's tough to view in the dark, You'll need to buy a replacement battery at some time
Wearable fitness trackers, they're all the rage nowadays it seems! From the juggernauts in the consumer electronics space, like the Samsungs and LGs, to other companies you wouldn't fathom even to think of being a part of the space, everyone is getting i...
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dcrainmaker.com
Reviewed on 2013-10-29
Silly simple usage – only one action: Tap, Connects wirelessly to phones via Bluetooth Smart, Battery lasts 56 months, only costs $23 to replace, Dashboard and app work well, easy to consume data, Good 3rd party support/partnership ecosystem
Selection of Bluetooth Smart compatible phones is limited outside of iOS and absolutely latest Android phone units, Doesn't track metrics such as sleep or stairs/steps, Stepcounter accuracy seemingly varies a bit, The export functionality is paidonly, and...
Just to be clear, in the case of the FitBit Zip, I went out and purchased it myself. Well, both of them myself. I've used FitBit devices for over 3 years now (as my account shows in some screenshots), so by now I have a reasonably good understanding of th...
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cnet.com
Reviewed on 2013-04-11
Affordable; tracks steps, distance and calories burned; up to six months of battery life
It doesn't track sleep or stairs climbed
Fitbit's most affordable device yet, the $59.95 Zip, offers wireless syncing over Bluetooth with PCs and iPhones, something previous Fitbit gadgets could never do. It's water resistant as well, a feature found in many competing exercise products. Previ...
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gearlive.com
Reviewed on 2013-02-07
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the-gadgeteer.com
Reviewed on 2013-01-01
As an adult I realize that it is prudent to take care of your body so that it lasts as long as possible, but intentions are easier than practice. Motivation is the issue, and that’s where two devices from fitbit, the One and Zip, can help you keep t...
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chipchick.com
Reviewed on 2012-10-24
Small, 6Month battery life, great clip, wireless syncing with Android/iOS/PC/Mac, smart Bluetooth 4.0, mobile App, compatible with 3rd party apps, affordable, and great at encouraging healthy habits, The
Not Backlit, touch isn't as effective as button, no altitude meter, no sleep gauge and mileage is off
Fitbit is the pedometer of the future…and the future is now. Obligatory sad story: The Fitbit Ultra was one of my favorite product reviews to date, one day my memorable relationship with the Ultra came to an end when it was unwillingly donated to the dry ...
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wired.com
Reviewed on 2012-10-04
There is some sort of promise of easy fitness with the Zip and products like it, a hint that by simply wearing it, you're going to shed pounds via ambient awareness of your movements and activity level. That's just not true. Having spent several years now...
You snooze, you lose: This Fitbit doesn't do sleep tracking. You are so going to lose this sucker harder than a Pac 12 team playing in an SEC home game
When the original Fitbit came out a few years ago, there was very little else like it on the market. Wearable movement trackers were a novelty, and the Fitbit had no equal, thanks to its seamless data transfers and delightfully user-friendly software inte...
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gizmodo.com
Reviewed on 2012-09-19
I've been walking around with a Fitbit Zip in my pocket for the last week, most of the time forgetting it's there. Then remembering, looking, and realizing how lazy I've been. Is this activity-monitoring gadget the kind of thing that can get you into shap...
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goughlui.com
Reviewed on 2016-07-04
It's not often it happens, but there was another gift that headed past my table in the past months, and it was a Fitbit Zip. As I recently reviewed the Fitbit One, most of the comments about apps and setup apply, so I won't reiterate them. Instead, this...
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gizmodo.com.au
Reviewed on 2015-11-05
Keeping track of your steps or your heart rate might seem like a small thing, but it can contribute a lot to your overall health. One of the simplest ways to track your fitness — whether it's just by measuring the number of steps you take in a day, or whe...
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gizmodo.com.au
Reviewed on 2015-03-24
Excellent display, Long battery life, Good FitBit app
Jawbone app is better, UP Move battery lasts longer, $10 premium over UP Move
The FitBit Zip is an activity tracker from a whole three years ago. But it still does the job just fine. It's simple, so there's no pressing need for any part of it to be upgraded. At $79, it's a bargain compared to the new Charge HR or Jawbone UP24, or b...
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cnet.com.au
Reviewed on 2013-04-12
Affordable; tracks steps, distance and calories burned; up to six months of battery life
It doesn't track sleep or stairs climbed
Fitbit's most affordable device yet, the $59.95 Zip, offers wireless syncing over Bluetooth with PCs and iPhones, something previous Fitbit gadgets could never do. It's water resistant as well, a feature found in many competing exercise products. Previous...
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goodgearguide.com.au
Reviewed on 2012-10-12
Battery doesn't need recharging, Wireless Bluetooth syncing, Great motivational tool
Doesn't count stairs climbed, Monochrome screen isn't backlit, Background sync through iOS is hit & miss
Earlier this year we reviewed the Fitbit Ultra, a wireless activity tracker or digital pedometer that counts your daily steps and logs the data in an easily presentable manner. Fitbit is now back with a smaller device that essentially does the same thi...
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macworld.com.au
Reviewed on 2012-10-11
Competitively priced; small, lightweight design
Issues with wireless syncing, $69.95
For months, I’ve used . It’s a tiny, rechargeable device that tracks every step I take; at a glance I can see the number of steps I’ve taken, how many miles I’ve walked, and even the floors I’ve climbed for the current day. And the device syncs that da...
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gizmodo.com.au
Reviewed on 2012-07-21
I've been walking around with a Fitbit Zip in my pocket for the last week. Most of the time I forget it's there. And then I remember to look and realise how lazy I've been. Is this activity-monitoring gadget the kind of thing that can get you into shape...
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