HWZ Deal Alert: 18th February 2017

By Liu Hongzuo - 18 Feb 2017

HWZ Deal Alert: 18th February 2017

Got deal, got talk! GDGT! =)

Here are some deals to help you tide over the coming work week!


Fitbit Alta

As a fitness tracker designed to get its users to adopt a more active lifestyle, Fitbit Alta is capable of pushing reminders to its users to literally move – they are on-screen that guides you towards hourly step goals throughout the day. The band-shaped wearable also packs the typical activity and sleep monitoring.

By heading over to, you can pick up the Alta at S$148 (S$50 less than its original S$198 price tag). As with’s usual practice, Challenger members get a 1% rebate, and you can either choose to have it delivered to you, or choose to do a self-pickup at their Bugis or VivoCity outlets.


HTC 10

The HTC 10 is a 2016 flagship smartphone with a Snapdragon 820 processor. HTC kept the good bits from its predecessors, while refining the rest of the device. It packs support for 24-bit Hi-Res audio, a 12-megapixel rear camera and 3,000mAh battery capacity. The phone also received a positive overall score from us.

Originally available at S$898, the 32GB phone is available on Lazada at just S$698. Even if it’s for a brief period, we certainly wouldn’t mind another flagship device below S$700. 2017 flagship phones have yet to hit the market, so grab it while it's still current.


Targus Crave II (Messenger bag for 11-inch MacBook)

The Targus 11-inch Crave II messenger bag is specially designed to fit an 11-inch MacBook. The exterior is made of nylon, and a proprietary DuPont Teflon fabric protector guards the bag and its contents against water and oil-based spills. The interior is designed to keep the precious notebook free from scratches caused by jostling going on within. It comes with a front pocket, a back pocket, and one main compartment.

Originally at S$59.90, Shopee has this specific bag listed at S$39.90 on their website.

Editor's note and disclaimer: The deals are not an endorsement or recommendation of the product from the editorial team. Instead, the listed items present themselves as a good deal based on the novelty factor and how much of a discount it is being offered from standard retail pricing at the time of publishing. Please note that we are not responsible in any way if you're unable to secure the listed offer due to errors on our part or should the offers expire by the time you've checked them.

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