Sony MDR-XB70BT Bluetooth earphones

by Christine Foong The Sony MDR-XB70BT is a wireless, Bluetooth enabled headphone that connects to your smartphone or tablets. It comes in at a time when this market segment is quickly filling up with similar products, so what does the Sony bring to the table? Getting it to pair ...

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Hoka One One Clifton 3

Now that the whole minimalist running shoe movement has stabilised, other designs that have been living in the shadow of it are starting to have their share of the spotlight. Hoka One One shoes have been gaining popularity and a steady following internationally for their thick soled shoes, which ...

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Fitbit Charge 2

By Fiona Lee For many fitness enthusiasts, the Fitbit range of activity trackers occupy the middle ground of usability. They’re pretty, user-friendly, but not overly detailed. The new Fitbit Charge 2 does little to change this perception, and rather than viewed as completely new, can best be seen as ...

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On Cloud

The enigmatically named On shoes have been making steady headway in Singapore over the last few years. We have with us here the On Cloud, the signature shoe of the pillow-soled range of running shoes. Instead of relying too heavily on proprietary synthetic cushioning materials, the On range of ...

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New Balance VAZEE 2090

By Eric Song There are runners who believe that every bit of weight on your running shoes will put a dent in your performance, so the New Balance Vazee 2090 pushes the limits of how light a pair of shoes can be and still be durable. Powered by Nitrogen-infused ...

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ASICS DynaFlyte

By David Ng The ASICS DynaFlyte is the latest new range offering to be added to the ASICS stable.  Positioned between the GEL-Kayano and the GT series from a price perspective, it is best summarised in one word as “versatile”. The range incorporates the new FlyteFoam, ASICS newly launch ...

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Fitbit Blaze

By Ian Tan of Ritual Gym Look and function/feel The Fitbit Blaze is arguably the most stylish FitBit product to date, with its funky clock face options and an aesthetic that resembles the iWatch (which isn’t necessarily a bad thing). Functionally speaking, the Blaze sits on the arm much ...

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Nike LunarEpic

The midcut version of the Nike LunarEpic made its debut a few months ago, and the low version arrives in Singapore this week. Nike hosted a 5km session for some of the media to try out the midcut version of the LunarEpic last week. While early adopters would have ...

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