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2017 appears to be the 12 months the place all of us need in on streetwear, collaborations with modern artists and that all-round push in direction of a more healthy life-style by getting a bit extra train every week. Well, excellent news guys, UOB Cards has managed to merge all three by launching restricted version designer health wearables, one which encapsulates L.A. artist’s Tristan Eaton’s paintings onto the brand new Fitbit Ionic or Fitbit Charge 2’s wrist strap.
For those that don’t already know, Tristan Eaton is a road artist famed for his city pop graffiti that’s contextually layered in shiny eye-catching prints. His works are featured prominently worldwide and are even on everlasting show on the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA). How do you get your fingers on such a restricted piece, you ask? Simply spend and cost to your UOB Card from now until 31 December 2017, and also you’ll be capable to redeem a Fitbit do you have to hit the minimal spending for the respective tier.
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Start by spending SGD3800 and also you’ll will be capable to redeem a Fitbit Charge 2 that comes with the restricted version wrist strap designed by Tristan Eaton. The Fitbit Charge 2 is provided with a number of options like a coronary heart price monitor and a multi-sport monitoring perform amongst different major features like calendar alerts and clock face.
As for many who spend a tad extra (nicely, SGD7800, to be particular), additionally, you will have the selection to redeem the all-new Fitbit Ionic, which comes geared up with apps, personalised health teaching steerage, and even shops and performs music you could play on a bluetooth headphone. Available within the Burnt Orange color that’s unique to UOB Cards, it additionally comes with a wrist strap specifically designed by Tristan Eaton for UOB Cards. You may also use Fitbit Pay on the Fitbit Ionic for contactless funds (with out your cellphone!); all it’s important to do is hyperlink your UOB Card and also you’re good to go (click on right here for extra particulars).
Here’s one other factor to notice: these beautiful Fitbits usually are not on the market individually, and can solely be made out there by way of redemption from UOB Cards the place every cardholder is entitled a selection of both a Fitbit Charge 2 or a Fitbit Ionic (one redemption per cardholder). If, nonetheless, you’re not assured of hitting the minimal sum, UOB Cards has launched a Face Tag characteristic on Facebook’s Camera that enables customers to take a ‘selfie’ with Tristan Eaton’s graffiti body from 17 November 2017. UOB Cards Facebook followers who change their Facebook profile picture to mentioned selfie will entitle you an opportunity win a Fitbit Ionic, so what are you ready for?
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This is a particular created in collaboration with UOB Cards