Compare Prices of Fitbit Surge

Cheapest Fitbit Surge Price in Malaysia is RM 840.00

The Fitbit Surge is now available in Malaysia. The cheapest Fitbit Surge price in Malaysia is RM 840.00 from Lazada. Fitbit Surge price details are updated January 2019.

Fitbit Surge Price Guide

Price List by Country for Fitbit Surge

Country International Price Price in MYR
Indonesia IDR 2.337.000 RM 678.00
Malaysia MYR 840.00 RM 840.00
Singapore SGD 288.00 RM 872.00
Thailand THB 5,500 RM 712.00
Vietnam VND 3.190.000 RM 564.00

Fitbit Surge Specs

Display Size 0.8"
Always-on Display No
Multi-touch No
Display Type LCD
Operating System
iOS Compatibility Yes
Android Compatibility Yes
Operation System Android
Windows Phone Compatibility Yes
Housing Material Leather
Housing Shape Rectangular
Weight 40g
Dimensions (W x H x D) 21 x 3.5 x 1.5mm
Watch Strap
Watch Strap Material Stainless Steel
Removable Strap Yes
Pedometer Yes
Sleep Tracker Yes
Stopwatch Yes
Messaging Yes
Music Player Yes
Radio Yes
Heart Rate Yes
Wi-Fi No
Bluetooth Yes
Cellular Yes
Water Resistant Yes
Built-in Microphone No
Shockproof No
Scratchproof No
Dustproof No
SIM Card Slot No
Battery Life 168h
Built-in Camera No
Memory Card Slot No

Reviews of Fitbit Surge
Reviewed on 2015-10-08
Suite of sensors, Interactive display, Independent operations
Price, Only supports SMS and phone notifications, Rubber band picks up
Health Tracking has become a multi-billion-dollar industry, with companies left and right pushing out devices that one wears on their wrist, and will track everything from heartbeat all the way to where you are in the middle of your daily run. FitBit is o...
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Reviewed on 2015-08-14
Last issue's first look gave us a basic first impression of the Fitbit Surge, and given the time I had to test it out, I had a better experience on what I actually liked and disliked about this popular fitness watch. Since it had quite a number of feature...
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Reviewed on 2015-07-27
Heart rate sensor monitors continuously, builtin GPS, customisable and handy companion app
Too large for small wrists, battery life takes a hit when GPS is on
Fitbit's Surge is one of the few fitness wearables on the market that packs in a heart rate monitor and GPS.YOU probably would have noticed a lot of fitness wearable reviews lately – it's not a coincidence, as the market for it is rapidly growing thanks t...
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Reviewed on 2015-07-14
Fitbit products may have been selling in stores nationwide with fans and geeks like us knowing about it, however the company itself has only recently started showing its presence here and have started bringing its full range of fitness tracking devices to...
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Reviewed on 2015-12-19
Counts steps accurately, Measures how many floors climbed, Easy to set up, Consumer testers said it provided motivation for exercise
Heart rate monitor is not very accurate, Some consumer testers found it uncomfortable to wear, Consumer testers didn't like the look of the device
The Fitbit Surge is one of the most feature-equipped fitness trackers on the market. It's the first Fitbit product to include a GPS, as well as metrics for number of steps, floors climbed, minutes active, and more. Consumer testers also noted that they li...
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Reviewed on 2015-08-06
There are so many fitness trackers available to stalk out your daily treks that provide various assortments of analytical data to help you better fine-tune your body's needs. From watches, to belts, shoes, smartphone apps and so much more, it can be diffi...
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Reviewed on 2015-06-23
The Fitbit Surge is Fitbit's latest fitness tracker, pairing together features from their previous trackers with GPS, a heart rate sensor, and a watch, making it their most advanced activity tracker to date. Having used other wearables to track fitness be...
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Reviewed on 2015-06-08
I'll start off by saying how familiar I am with Fitbit. I have reviewed 3 of their latest activity trackers. They all went from good to great, adding cool features and slowly evolved in build and design. The Fitbit Surge however is different from any of t...
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Reviewed on 2015-05-21
I've tested dozens of these wrist gadgets, but I've never bought one for myself. Now, I think, it's time. But which one? The Apple Watch? A Fitbit thing?I decided to conduct a little reality-show competition on my arm. I resolved to take the winner of thi...
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Reviewed on 2015-04-21
Multisport functionality, Builtin GPS, Automatic sleep tracking, Display grants us access to data directly on the unit, Fitbit app delivers comprehensive & meaningful data
Design is a bit clunky looking, $250 cost is just insanely expensive, Not entirely water proof
If you haven't noticed, Fitbit has been somewhat busy of late, evident by the trio of new products they've recently announced. First up was their most affordable new offering in the Fitbit Charge, then followed by the heart rate sensor packing Fitbit Cha...
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Reviewed on 2015-04-06
Large always on touch screen, Continuous heart rate monitoring, Notifications, GPS, Automatic sleep tracking
Call and text notifications require Android v5.0 for some devices, No music control, Expensive, Not waterproof
The Fitbit Surge is Fitbit's most advanced activity tracker yet. It tracks all the same things as their other trackers, but also includes advanced features like GPS and basic smartwatch features along with an always on large touch screen display. I recent...
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Reviewed on 2015-03-25
Wearable fitness trackers can enhance fitness. But only if you work out. Don't expect a health tracker to act like a personal trainer; they only log biometric data that users can apply to their exercises. There is therefore a single benchmark for the effi...
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Reviewed on 2015-03-12
GPS and heart rate monitoring are welcome additions, Fitbit finally solved its sleeptracking problem, Food database is robust and easy to use
Design is better suited for the gym than the office, Slightly bulky body and strap, Pricey for an activity tracker, even one with GPS
Confession time: I'm a bit of a wannabe when it comes to self-quantification . The idea of counting every step I take, every calorie I eat, every day I don't have a cigarette and every minute I lie in bed restlessly tossing and turning sounds great. I wan...
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Reviewed on 2015-03-12
GPS and heart rate monitoring are welcome additions, Fitbit finally solved its sleep-tracking problem, Food database is robust and easy to use
Design is better suited for the gym than the office, Slightly bulky body and strap, Pricey for an activity tracker, even one with GPS
Confession time: I'm a bit of a wannabe when it comes to self-quantification. The idea of counting every step I take, every calorie I eat, every day I don't have a cigarette and every minute I lie in bed restlessly tossing and turning sounds great. I want...
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Reviewed on 2015-03-12
Vibrating notifications and alarms, Alwayson touchscreen display with backlight, GPS, Automatic sleep tracking, Relays entire text messages, Wireless syncing, Smartphone integration with music control, Water resistant, Sleek design with fun color choices,...
Heartrate accuracy highly dependent on fit, Proprietary charging cable different from other Fitbits, Swiping through text messages is not so intuitive, sizing is on the large side for women with smaller wrists
Watch out: Fitness band gone smart! Fitbit just released the latest and greatest in tech, the Fitbit Surge Fitness Super Watch . This wristband has most of the features anyone could want in a wearable. It tracks movement, heart rate, sleep, and calories o...
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Reviewed on 2015-02-21
Comfortable, durable, and easy to use with your iPhone, Integrated GPS lets you track outdoor exercise without your phone, Builtin heart sensor and pedometer work great, 35 days of battery life and responsive touchscreen
A notsosmart watch limited to text and call notifications, plus music controls
For iPhone users seeking a wrist-worn fitness tracker with GPS, heart rate monitoring, and multiple-day battery life, the Fitbit Surge is a good "tweener" device —not quite a smartwatch, but much more functional than a basic wearable...
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Reviewed on 2015-02-18
Constant and mostly accurate heart rate monitoring gives a more complete picture of overall fitness, and allows for more accurate calorieburning estimates. Touchscreen interactions are intuitive and swift. Automatic syncing with Fitbit app over Bluetooth....
Not waterproof. No builtin cycling activity monitoring. Bluetooth Classic notifications take extra toll on smartphone battery. Trouble measuring high heart rates
But, as Fitbit's product billing and the Surge's feature set would suggest, it's not really a smartwatch. There are no third-party apps. Notifications are limited. It's more of a souped-up version of the Charge HR , a Fitbit with an always-on watch face.T...
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Reviewed on 2015-02-12
I took a look at the Fitbit Charge a couple of weeks ago and was ready to purchase one, but now plan to go with the Fitbit Charge HR instead. The Fitbit Surge is a powerful tracker and basic GPS sport watch, but has a more limited appeal.The Fitbit Charge...
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Reviewed on 2015-02-05
The Fitbit Surge has an always-on display, all-day fitness and heart-rate tracking, and GPS to track a variety of activities. Fitbit's software is still one of our favorites and has the largest social base
The design feels old and clunky. It can't be worn while swimming or when in the shower. The heart rate data isn't accurate and notifications are limited to text messages and calls
Fitbit pitches its newest wearable as a superwatch. The Fitbit Surge is part smartwatch, part GPS running watch and part activity tracker. It can display text messages and calls from your smartphone, can track your runs and daily activities, and includes ...
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Reviewed on 2015-02-04
The Surge is a great fitness tracker and dumb simple. I just slapped it on and synced it up and BOOM instant life stats. The app is fantastic at sharing the info with you, Advertisement, Advertisement, Auto-sleep tracking is clutch, Battery life seems gre...
The Surge is prone to accidental swipes (especially during sleep) and never defaults back to the time until you do it yourself; I hate when my watch-type accessory fails to meet the most basic criteria of a watch, Advertisement, The Surge is water-resista...
I have a dream, a dream about the perfect piece of wearable tech. It would be a band with all the simple notification powers of the best smartwatches and all the health tracking powers of a full-on fitness tracker. The Fitbit Surge is so close that it hur...
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