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With the Fitbit Alta, you can keep track of your fitness while being stylish at the same time! Sporting a sleek design and a host of features, the Fitbit Alta is the accessory of choice for anyone who wants to maintain a healthy lifestyle. Find out more about the Fitbit Alta below.

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Best price for Fitbit Alta in Malaysia is RM 326.59

You can buy the Fitbit Alta at the lowest price of RM 326.59 from Lazada which is 45% cheaper than the Fitbit Alta that is sold by ASOS at the price of RM 597.10, you can also buy it from Amazon and Onsport. Alternatively, the Fitbit Alta is also sold in Hong Kong at Amazon with the price of RM 394.00 and Indonesia at Bukalapak with the price of RM 380.00 and Philippines at Amazon with the price of RM 394.00 and Singapore at Amazon with the price of RM 394.00 and Thailand at Lazada with the price of RM 325.00. Pricing details were last updated at 19 May 2018, 00:57.

Price List by Country for Fitbit Alta

Country International Price Price in MYR
Hong Kong HKD 777.00 MYR 394.00
Indonesia IDR 1.351.400 MYR 380.00
Malaysia MYR 326.59 MYR 327.00
Philippines PHP 5,202.00 MYR 394.00
Singapore SGD 132.60 MYR 394.00
Thailand THB 2,615 MYR 325.00

Specs of Fitbit Alta

Display Size 1.4"
Display Resolution 128 x 36pixels
Always-on Display
Display Type OLED
Operating System
iOS Compatibility
Android Compatibility
Operation System Fitbit
Windows Phone Compatibility
Housing Material Stainless Steel
Dimensions (W x H x D) 238.7 x 15.2 x 10.1mm
Housing Shape Rectangular
Weight 31.7g
Watch Strap
Watch Strap Material Silicone
Removable Strap
Release Year 2016
Sleep Tracker
Stop Watch
Music Player
Heart Rate
Water Resistant
SIM Card Slot
Built-in Microphone
Battery Life 120h
Built-in Camera
Memory Card Slot

Fitbit Alta – Keeping Fit Never Looked Better

Fitbit is one of the most well-known activity-tracking wearables company, covering a huge portion of the market share and encompassing a large following worldwide. Nowadays, however, competition have increasingly stiffer, as more companies are introducing their own versions of fitness trackers. Hence, to counter these competitors, Fitbit has introduced the Fitbit Alta into their portfolio. The Alta not only looks great, but it also has other features that set it apart from competitors.

Fitbit Alta – Effortlessly Stylish Design

In terms of design, the Alta is easily the best-looking amongst its Fitbit siblings. It is only 15mm in width, making it one of Fitbit’s slimmest wristband activity trackers thus far. Its chamfered metal frame adds to the overall aesthetic value, making it look sleek and more visually appealing.

To add more variety to its looks per your preference, the tracker itself is fitted with clips that allow for easy removal and exchange of straps. The Alta comes with a default flexible elastic strap, but there are leather options available in the market, as well as a metal link bracelet option for that smarter look. This feature also has another plus point – you do not have to replace the whole tracker if you damaged the band somehow.

Fitbit Alta – Commendable Features on a Mid-Range Activity Tracker

Despite its mid-range price tag, the Alta still features a host of functions – combining activity-tracking and smartwatch capabilities. The Alta features the basic activity tracking capabilities, such as determining your steps taken, distance traveled, burned calories, et cetera. The Alta has a sleep monitoring function that records your sleep patterns and notifies you on when you were restless, your length of sleep, and average sleep time. Knowing your sleep patterns is essential information to have, as having a good night’s sleep is one of the top priorities when maintaining fitness.

In the meantime, the Alta also adds smartwatch functions into the fray. The Caller ID function will notify the wearer on who is calling and if the caller is in your phone’s contact list. The Alta can also display text messages onscreen, so you need not reach into your pockets or bags for your phone to keep track of incoming messages.

Impressive OLED Display for Sharper Legibility

Besides its svelte and stylish aesthetics, the Alta sports an impressive 1.4-inch OLED tap display. The OLED display comes with a 128 x 36pixel resolution, making Alta’s screen easily legible even when viewed outdoors under bright sunlight. Information presented on the screen is simplistic yet sharp and clear, hence there are no issues when reading the information while you are in motion.

Reviews of Fitbit Alta
Reviewed on 2016-05-01
Genuinely motivating step reminders, Accurate sleep-monitoring, Excellently connected app, Grown-up form factor
No waterproofing, No heart rate monitor, Screen collects scratches
Fitbit is no slacker when it comes to activity tracking. Every one of its many wearables is simple to use and precision built to appeal to your self-improvement urges.However popular Fitbit is though, you could never accuse the company of being fashionabl...
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Reviewed on 2017-01-11
Small, minimalistic, comfortable,
Touchscreen is finicky, no heart rate monitoring, limited features
The Alta is a minimal fitness tracker that can track your sleep automatically, remind you to get up and be active, and deliver call or text alerts. This model scored well in our test, earning an overall score of 62 out of 100, but was just narrowly edged...
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Reviewed on 2016-11-25
Sends hourly movement reminders, Displays smartphone notifications, SmartTrack senses the type of exercise, Sweat and splashproof, Interchangeable wristbands, Easy-to-swipe touchscreen, User-friendly app, Sleek and comfortable fit, Automatic sleep trackin...
Hard-to-use strap, Tough to read in sunlight, No heart rate monitor, Relatively short battery life
The Fitbit Alta was popular with our testers and performed well during our lab tests. The tracker has a stylish design, with a touchscreen that displays all the information you need to track your daily activity like steps and calories burned. It's suppose...
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Reviewed on 2016-11-08
As regular readers will know, I've become a complete convert to the Apple Watch . But the Watch isn't for everyone: it's relatively expensive, fairly chunky and for most users has one-day battery-life.I've been trying the Fitbit Alta for the past week, an...
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Reviewed on 2016-10-02
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Reviewed on 2016-06-09
Looks less like a fitness tracker with slim, sleek design, Tracks workouts like running automatically and accurately, High-quality interchangeable bands
Display can slow to respond to tapping
Fitbit's lineup of activity-tracking bands runs the gamut, from the totally basic $60 Zip to the powerful cardio companion, the $250 Surge. The new Fitbit Alta is a sleeker, more stylish fitness band than the company has attempted before, and with its lau...
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Reviewed on 2016-06-09
Looks less like a fitness tracker with slim, sleek design, Tracks workouts like running automatically and accurately, High-quality interchangeable bands
Display can slow to respond to tapping
Fitbit's lineup of activity-tracking bands runs the gamut, from the totally basic $60 Zip to the powerful cardio companion, the $250 Surge. The new Fitbit Alta is a sleeker, more stylish fitness band than the company has attempted before, and with its lau...
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Reviewed on 2016-06-05
Comfortable design with small dimensions and light weight, Durable and relatively fast charging battery, Convenient Fitbit app, displaying detailed info and statistics about your activity, Notifications in case of phone calls, texts and events, It tracks...
The band requires more effort to be pinned on, Not a very responsive display
Fitbit is a popular manufacturer of wearable tech and we are not surprised by the great variety of devices that bear this brand. One of the most discussed bracelets is Alta. This is why today's review is dedicated namely to this model and Fitbit's mobile...
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Reviewed on 2016-04-20
I've been using it for the past month as my daily activity tracker, seeing how well it handles as a more low-key alternative. And thus at this point I've got a fairly good handle on the good, the bad, and the ugly.Note that Fitbit did send over the unit t...
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Reviewed on 2016-03-30
Sleek, modern design, Silicone strap is very comfortable, 5-day battery life, Accurate step and sleep tracking, Affordable price point, Companion app is easy to use
Interchangeable bands are pricey, Silicone band can be difficult to put on, No waterproofing, Charging cable is short and awkward to use
Fitbit is a company that excels at fitness tracking features but falls short with design. It's been that way for years now. The Charge HR and Surge aren't the worst looking devices out there, but the company didn't really start focusing on good design unt...
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Reviewed on 2016-03-29
Everyone knows Fitbit: The proud Fitbit data announcements of that dude from high school on Facebook, the friend who wears a Zip on their hip or your coworker with a Charge on their wrist. Its the best-known name in fitness trackers.AdvertisementBut its...
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Reviewed on 2016-03-25
The Fitbit Alta is a stylish fitness tracker with swappable bands, basic phone notifications and week-long battery life. The new "Move" alerts bring something new. Fitbit's software is still one of our favorites, and has the largest social base as well...
There's no heart-rate sensor, and it can't be worn in the shower. The tracker is expensive for what it can do and so are the accessory straps. The display is difficult to see outdoors and is susceptible to scratches, and notifications are hard to read...
You can spot a Fitbit from across the room. The Fitbit Charge HR and Surge , the company's two most popular trackers, aren't exactly jewerly, and I would never be caught wearing one to a wedding or another formal event. But Fitbit is changing.In addition...
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Reviewed on 2016-03-19
Slim design with interchangeable band, Accurat, automatic sleep trackin, Easy-to-use app
Finicky "touch" screen
Let’s face it: Fitbits aren't the most stylish. Their staid black bands and rectangular faces instantly brand you as more techy than fashionable. With a frame half as wide as the Fitbit Charge , the $129 Fitbit Alta looks to find its place on the more-pet...
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Reviewed on 2016-03-18
More fashionable Fitbit, Auto-tracks exercise and sleep, Week-long battery life
Tap-screen display, No heart-rate sensors, No software leaps since 2015
A new look for the new yearA Fitbit, for better or worse, looks like a Fitbit. For the past seven years Fitbit's product design has skewed toy-like, friendly, utilitarian. A Fitbit won't be mistaken for jewelry; it's not high-fashion, though it may try; i...
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Reviewed on 2016-03-18
Fitbit's most stylish and comfortable tracker yet, Battery lasts five days, Automatic activity tracking, Wide variety of band options
No stair or heart rate tracking, Some bands are difficult to put on
The Fitbit Alta is what happens when Fitbit sits down and decides to make a fitness tracker that isn't ugly. After all, the novelty of fitness trackers is wearing thin, so the company needs a new strategy to take on increasingly flashy competitors. We saw...
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Reviewed on 2016-03-12
Slim design, Swappable bands, Accurate fitness stats, Delivers idle alerts and smartphone notifications
Sometimes unresponsive, Display is tough to see in direct sunlight, No heart rate monitoring, GPS, or stair climbing, Not waterproof
The $129.95 Alta is the first wrist-worn fitness tracker from Fitbit that doesn't really look like a Fitbit (save for the new watch-like Blaze). It's sleek, slim, and has a modular design that can be changed to match your outfit each day. Think of it as t...
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Reviewed on 2016-08-24
When you launch the app, you'll see a list of items starting with which device is currently connected – if you have multiple trackers it can sync with all of them and is smart enough to not double count data – as well as your step count, calories burned...
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Reviewed on 2016-08-16
Hey, may just get you fit, comfortable to wear, free tracking app, automatically switches to exercise mode as required, easy charging connection
Band catch can be difficult, no kilojoules energy display option
Perhaps the new wave of smart watches will threaten the producers of fitness bands. Perhaps not. But for whatever reason industry veteran Fitbit continues to release new and improved models of its ‘Trackers' some of which are themselves encroaching on sm...
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Reviewed on 2016-06-09
Fitbit's lineup of activity-tracking bands runs the gamut, from the totally basic US$60 Zip to the powerful cardio companion, the US$250 Surge. The new Fitbit Alta is a sleeker, more stylish fitness band than the company has attempted before, and with its...
Read more >
Reviewed on 2016-05-26
While Fitbit has looked increasingly to the high-end of the fitness tracking market with its last three product releases; Charge HR, Surge, and the 2016 Blaze, their second new product for the year turns its attention back to the lower-end of the market...
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