Saturday, May 6, 2017

Atmos Fit Elite smart fitness band

New gadget! A cheap smartwatch fitness band.



It's been two months since the strap of my cheap but very dependable Casio watch broke and I still couldn't find a replacement.

Actually, I found one but its price is almost the same price of the watch. Pfft.

Anyway, since I'm using Fitbit Flex (which I got as a giveaway from an event), I thought of getting something that can be a watch and a smart fitness band at the same time.

Then, I saw Kimstore's post (Yay, she's back!) about Atmos Fitness Elite band and its feature.

Very timely, right?

And guess what, it's cheaper than my Casio watch! I bought my Casio at P1,200 in Zalora. Atmos Fit Elite costs P890.

So there, I switched from Fitbit Flex to Atmos Fit Elite, which offers more functions other than counting steps, monitoring sleep, and vibrating alarm.


Thursday, April 27, 2017

Kim Chiu, Gerald Anderson not "super friends" before Ikaw Lang ang Iibigin

Kim Chiu admits there was a feeling of awkwardness when she and Gerald Anderson first saw each other on the set of their reunion project, Ikaw Lang ang Iibigin. 

This is pretty much what will happen when you stop talking to or working with someone very close to you.


Kim Chiu and Gerald Anderson were last paired in the teleserye Tayong Dalawa (2009) and in the movie 24/7 In Love (2012).

During the press conference of Ikaw Lang ang Iibigin, Kim admitted that prior to this project, "Hindi naman kami super friends nito, e."

Obviously, this was caused by their failed relationship some years ago.

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Jasmine Curtis, Felix Roco to reunite in Forever Sucks 3

I was just talking about the local web series Forever Sucks and how I loved it in my previous post.

Forever Sucks 2 by D5 Studio


Then, I saw this Twitter post from Felix Roco:


Yes, Forever Sucks will have another season! I'm sooo excited.

Look: Izabel and Kiko in one frame! Kilig! 💓



Albie Casiño stars in new web series The Complex

So many web series to watch!

But I'll make sure to find time to watch Albie Casiño's new web series, The Complex, in D5 Studio's You Tube Channel.



If you're following me on Twitter, you probably know by now that I am a fan of D5 Studio's series.

I first fell in love in its vampire-themed romantic series Forever Sucks, which featured Jasmine Curtis Smith and JC Santos on its first season.



For its second season, JC was "replaced" by Felix Roco because the former was busy doing ABS-CBN's defunct primetime series with JaDine titled Till I Met You.



Then, D5 Studio's released Sabagay Life. This feel-good romantic-comedy series featured radio personality Joyce Pring and Brian Sy, who I first saw in Cinema One's online series Single/Single (starring Shaina Magdayao and Matteo Guidicelli).



I highly recommend these two series if you're already bored with local TV dramas and want something new.

Monday, April 10, 2017

Why watching COLDPLAY abroad is better than PH?

I was very, very excited when Coldplay announced that they're going to Asia, specifically in the Philippines, for A Head Full of Dreams Tour 2017.



However, the excitement did not last long. My hope to see and experience the British rock band live immediately gone upon knowing the ticket prices.



Of course, I wanted to see them really up close so, I was hoping to get at least a gold ticket. (Knowing the SM Mall of Asia Concert Grounds, you won't be able to see the performers from silver area to general admission, unless you use a binocular.)

Also, unfortunately, I couldn't get in to SM Tickets website during the ticket selling date. It was sold out immediately.

Thank God, a friend informed me that Coldplay would also perform in Bangkok, Thailand. Thanks to another friend for giving us a heads up on how to score tickets to their show at Rajamangala National Stadium.

So yeah, by December, we're able to buy B-Zone standing tickets. Based on the image shown on Thai Ticket Major's website, it was the section next to "VIP," maybe equivalent to Platinum area in MOA Concert Grounds.

We got ours at ฿4,500 or a little less than P7,000. Not bad, right?