Saturday, 19 Mar 2022
<b><i>Note:</b> This video was first published on 10 September 2021.</i></br></br> <p>From the lenses of a tech editor, the <b>Fitbit Luxe</b> is really pricey for its feature set. But would a non-techie care? Should specifications and cost-performance rations be the only metrics to determine price? Zach finds out in this video.</p><p>You can buy the Luxe from Fitbit's own <a href="https://www.fitbit.com/global/sg/products/trackers/luxe" target="_blank">web store</a>, or their official stores on <a href="https://shopee.sg/product/259346006/9534666803" target="_blank">Shopee</a> and <a href="https://www.lazada.sg/products/tracker-fitbit-luxe-i1682480365-s9832628693.html" target="_blank">Lazada</a>.</p>
Sunday, 6 Mar 2022
<b><i>Note</b>: This video was first published on 23 December 2021.</i></br></br> <p>The <b>Fitbit Charge 5</b> combines the company's best design and sensor technologies into a sleeker package. It's probably the most affordable health scanner around with working ECG functionality, but is it too basic for its own good?</p> <p>You can buy the Charge 5 for <b>S$288</b> directly from Fitbit's webstore <a href="https://www.fitbit.com/global/sg/products/trackers/charge5" target="_blank">here</a>.</p>
Wednesday, 20 Jan 2021
Zach tries to fit 3 months of thoughts and introspection using the Fitbit Sense and its fancy new Electrodermal Activity stress sensor into one video. So, strap in to find out if it's any good.
Wednesday, 3 Jun 2020
Fitbit finally puts a GPS unit into their Charge 4 activity tracking band, and Zach finally gets an excuse to go for a run...in a safe, socially distant manner of course.