The impulse came when I was shopping around Orchard Road with my secondary school friend who is back in Singapore for a week.
The GoPro 3-Way is retailing for S$100 in Singapore.
Similar to the GoPro Jaws (Flex Clamp) and GoPro The Handler (Floating Hand Grip), I got the GoPro 3-Way from Amazon for US$69.99 (S$94). For the GoPro 3-Way, it is only slightly cheaper which is about S$5 but it still qualifies for the AmazonGlobal Saver free shipping.
The GoPro The Handler (Floating Hand Grip) is retailing for S$50 in Singapore.
Similar to the GoPro Jaws (Flex Clamp), I got the GoPro The Handler (Floating Hand Grip) from Amazon for US$25.49 (S$34) instead because it is about S$15 cheaper and it also qualifies for the AmazonGlobal Saver free shipping.
The GoPro Jaws (Flex Clamp) is retailing for S$75 in Singapore and it contains both the Jaws: Flex Clamp and Adjustable Neck (Gooseneck). The Adjustable Neck (Gooseneck) alone is retailing for S$35 in Singapore.
The Starbucks Singapore alice + olivia Design Collection was launched in Singapore last Saturday, 31st January 2015 at Starbucks Ion Orchard.
The limited collection comes in a set (88 sets only) which contains a Starbucks card with a stored valued of S$20, a tote bag and a ceramic mug. The sets were available only at Starbucks ION Orchard for S$128.
In Singapore, NudeAudio products are distributed by Digital Hub which is a subsidiary of Ban Leong. The official retail price for the NudeAudio Move S in Singapore is S$59. Check out Ban Leong’s eStore for the full range of NudeAudio products that Ban Leong carries.
My good friend, Benjamin Eng, backed the NudeAudio Super M on Kickstarter. As part of NudeAudio’s way to thank the backers, they offered the backers a free NudeAudio Move S when you purchased the NudeAudio Move M from their website.
Benjamin pinged me about the offer last October and I thought it was a pretty good deal. So I ended by asking him to get it for me. I bought the NudeAudio Move M for US$69.99 (S$94) and I got the NudeAudio Move S worth US$49.99 (S$67) for free.
If you are using the GoPro HERO4 Black Edition, it doesn’t come with a built-in touch display. You will need to get the extra LCD Touch BacPac which cost S$120. I got it together with the GoPro Tripod Mounts at Click! by Max Photo which is located at Funan DigitalLife Mall #04-15.
The LCD touch display is good for framing your shots without the need for using the GoPro App (iOS | Android | Windows Phone) as a live viewfinder because the process can be quite cumbersome and the live viewfinder it lags by about 3 seconds.
As mentioned in my GoPro HERO4 Black Edition’s post, GoPro doesn’t use the standard tripod mount unlike the Sony HDRAS20 Action Video Camera, and hence if you want to mount it to a tripod, you got to get the GoPro Tripod Mounts which is retailing for S$20.
I got mine from Click! by Max Photo which is located at Funan DigitalLife Mall #04-15. They do accept CapitaVoucher and I used my CapitaVouchers that my ex-colleagues gave it to me as a farewell present.
Despite selfie being so popular last year, I don’t own a selfie stick myself. And hence when I was in Hong Kong last December, I am determined to get a good one.
I chanced upon the YunTeng Monopod Selfie Stick in SIMCITY (47-51 Shantung Street, Mongkok, Kowloon) and it was the best quality selfie stick that I can find within budget of S$20. In fact, it cost only HK$98 (S$17).