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Samsung Gear Fit2 prices in Philippines

If you love Samsung, you will love its latest line of wearable gadgets. In comes the Samsung Gear Fit 2 – the revolutionary fitness tracker along with the compatible technology with android gadgets. Bringing in the Samsung’s clarity in display and precision in tracking every bit of valuable information, the Samsung Gear Fit 2 in The Philippines gives you the best choice for fitness trackers. Find out more about Samsung Gear Fit 2 in The Philippines below.

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About Samsung Gear Fit2 Philippines

More than just a fitness band – Samsung Gear Fit 2 The Philippines

The future is here and Samsung is once again at the forefront of it. Samsung Gear Fit 2 is the ultimate wearable gadget made for fitness junkies worldwide. Part of the Samsung Gear Fit 2’s allure is the ability to pair with your smartphone. Read messages, listen to music, read emails and much more on the Samsung Gear Fit 2. It’s so simple!


The Samsung Gear Fit 2 on first glance looks to be like any other smart fitness tracker. But don’t be fooled by its obscure looks. The AMOLED touchscreen is one of Samsung’s plus points and you get the same HD graphics on the Samsung Gear Fit 2. Scroll through all your necessities while keeping active. There’s no telling what you’ll be able to accomplish. It comes with a comfortable band that neatly wraps around your wrist and secures in tight without taking too much space. It is also available in a variety of colours.

GPS and more

One attractive feature of the Samsung Gear Fit 2 is the GPS. Tracking your distance along with mapping your route, the Samsung Gear Fit 2 gives you comprehensive information on your travels around. Along with Bluetooth 4.0, Wi-Fi connectivity and access to some third party apps, the Samsung Gear Fit 2 is simply a smartwatch you want to look into. As for the heart rate monitor, you get an optical feature so it may not be as accurate as it should be.

Battery power comes in up to 3 days even with steady use and high intensity activity. Charging is done easily with the charging dock. Simply lay the Samsung Gear Fit 2 on the charging dock and it wirelessly powers up the Samsung Gear Fit 2 to full capacity. Being able to go on for days without charging is definitely a plus point in this category.

The Samsung Gear Fit 2 is available in The Philippines for low prices on iprice. Choose from the best online merchants to get you very own Samsung Gear Fit 2 today!

Expert Reviews

Reviewed on 2016-11-06
Getting fit these days is really hard especially when you're not tracking the activities that you do but thankfully, there are a lot of fitness trackers in the market now that helps you to stay fit and be more healthy and Samsung's Gear Fit2 is their late...
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Reviewed on 2016-08-15
Recently, Samsung has launched their newest wearables – the Samsung Gear Fit2 and Gear IconX, which are designed to boost the performance of fitness enthusiasts.The Samsung Gear Fit2 has GPS tracking capabilities that help the device easily monitor, not o...
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Reviewed on 2016-07-31
AMOLED display, Sporty band, Fast charging, Detailed stats, Inactivity alertsAuto activity tracking is a hitandmiss, Not waterproof
Last July, Samsung introduced its new fitness wearables here in the Philippines, namely, the Gear IconX wireless earbuds and the Gear Fit2 which is the successor to 2014's Gear Fit. While we finalize the tests for the IconX, we will first take a look at t...
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Reviewed on 2017-01-11
Heading in the right direction with GPS tracking, Activity tracking makes this smarter than the average Gear, Great value overallAn app store devoid of life, Very little stamina
It's taken plenty of baby steps for fitness trackers to iron out their frailties.Originally, wearing one felt like you had Fallout's Pip-Boy strapped to your wrist, and they relied on our smartphone's tech more heavily than a toddler clutching their paren...
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Reviewed on 2016-12-22
I just turned 36 in mid-September and I'm trying to get back into shape. (Pray for me ya'll. ) I'm gonna start off slow by just running to get back into the swing of things. I thought this would be the perfect time to check out 2nd-generation Gear Fit 2 b...
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Reviewed on 2016-12-15
Samsung's second-generation fitness band, comes with an inbuilt GPS and has a curved super AMOLED display.The first thing that you would notice is the the curved super AMOLED display which is quite crisp and is bright enough even in broad daylight. The UI...
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Reviewed on 2016-12-08
Accurate distance and HRM tracking, Vibrant display, Useful activity tracking and prompts, Great notification managementLacking training insight, Spotty bodyweight exercise rep counting
Considering it's taken months for the Samsung Gear Fit2 to finally cross the pond, it wasn't with the highest of expectations that I first slapped it on my wrist. Following two weeks of use, however, I've come away impressed. It's definitely the best fitn...
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Reviewed on 2016-12-06
The Fit2’s various menus can all be navigated with a swipe of the finger, but there’s also a pair of physical buttons on the side, for selecting features and stepping back through the interface. We like the positive feedback this gives: touchscreens don’t...
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Reviewed on 2016-12-04
Getting healthy is a goal that everyone should achieve. We are now living in a more sedentary lifestyle, so getting up and at ‘em to be a healthier person is a must. Technology is helping, as people as a whole are getting less exercise nowadays - hence a...
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Reviewed on 2016-12-02
It’s also home to smartwatches and fitness bands, and somewhere between the two of those is the Samsung Gear Fit2. It’s a GPS-enabled fitness band with smartwatch elements such as notifications. While the majority of smartwatches out there run Android Wea...
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Reviewed on 2016-11-25
When it comes to categorising its tech, Samsung has cleaned house in recent years. What once was a dizzying selection of bafflingly named and sized phones ("Young", "Fame", "Mega") is now the Galaxy S, J and A families. Alongside these is a huge range of...
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Reviewed on 2016-11-21
Samsung has taken a bold step and is competing with a large number of fitness makers and some who are experts in the field. While the first Gear Fit didn't turn things for the company, the new Gear Fit 2 seems like a promising device. Although I am not mu...
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Reviewed on 2016-10-18
Apart from making smartwatches like the Gear S2 and the new Gear S3 , Samsung has not forgotten about their fitness wearable segment. The latest incarnation of Samsung's fitness bands, the Gear Fit2 certainly sports quite a few upgrades compared to its pr...
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Reviewed on 2016-10-18
It may be categorised as a fitness tracker, but after spending some time with the Samsung Gear Fit2, it grew to be something more than that. Sure, there's lots of fitness tracking features but it also has other tricks up its sleeve that make it partially...
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Reviewed on 2016-09-19
S amsung has its expertise in a wide range of products around various needs, and in the recent years, the overdrive around health and fitness devices is very evident. And why not, there is a good demand for fitness trackers and some products that can be c...
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Reviewed on 2016-09-10
Automatic exercise tracking, Refined design with a larger screen, Light and comfortable to wear, Standalone BT Audio playback and GPS for distance measurementOnly a couple of third party apps supported, Water resistant but not for swimming, Short backup duration of about 2 days
Fitness, like faith, remains a delusion unless it's tested; the training equally so, if not measured and recorded. But they should never be namesake, neither be your tracking gear.Among recent launches of new generation fitness trackers, the Samsung Gear...
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Reviewed on 2016-09-08
Comfortable for most, Great display, Feature richToo bulky for small wrists, Alerts tough to feel, Only compatible with Android smartphones (as of this writing)
Fitness trackers range from glorified pedometers to full-on smartwatches. The good ones figure out a proper balance. Simple devices need a killer app, while more complex must balance features with usability and battery life.The Samsung Gear Fit 2 is the l...
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Reviewed on 2016-08-28
Convenient design, small size and light weight, Curved Super AMOLED display with good image detail, high brightness and contrast, Pleasant and intuitive interface, Convenient Samsung Gear app that ensures easy control of the bracelet, Ability to receive n...Not a very durable battery
More than two years ago Samsung announced its smart bracelet – Gear Fit. It was received with great interest but we must not forget that back then wearable tech was making its first steps on the market. Now that they have their place under the sun, they w...
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Reviewed on 2016-08-15
Small form factors, Good built in functions/widgetswater/exercisesome automated, Display bright and colouredaccelerometer/gyro to turn display on worked well, All notifications work for all appsNot Android Wear, Unable to reply with individual replies to messages, Watch band not the most secure
I've reviewed quite a few fit bands in my time here at Ausdroid. I could say that they are a passion of mine but most of them you could take or leave, they lack so much functionality that I don't see the point. I don't see the point in counting steps. Nor...
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Reviewed on 2016-08-15
When I read the tech specs of the Samsung Gear Fit2, I was intrigued. This is a souped-up fitness band with extras like 4GB storage for music playback, heart-rate monitor, Wi-Fi, even GPS. And the killer feature that beats other fitness bands has got to b...
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Display diagonal

3.81 cm (1.5")

Display resolution

216 x 432 pixels


System requirements

Mobile operating systems supported


Ports & interfaces

Bluetooth version


Weight & dimensions


24.5 mm


51.2 mm


1.17 cm


30 g


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Band colour


Dust resistant
Shock resistant
Splash proof
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