Fitbit announces the new Fitbit Luxe fitness device
Fitbit announces the new Fitbit Luxe fitness device

Fitbit has announced a new Luxe Fitness Tracker that's more elegant than the Inspire 2.

The device will be available on April 19 for $ 149.95, including the Fitbit Premium for six months, which typically costs $ 9.99 a month.

The service recently launched a new Mindful Method program developed by Deepak Chopra, which includes more than 30 audio and video lectures covering all matters related to mental focus and health.

The exact release date for the Luxe device has yet to be determined. However, the company's goal is to launch it in the spring so the wait time isn't long.

Luxe is designed for different wrist sizes and skin tones and is wearable around the clock.

Fitbit claims the Luxe is the thinnest touch tracker, and the company believes that most people should be able to sleep comfortably when turned on.

You don't have to be billed for this every night as the company explains that it can take up to five days per charge.

Luxe includes interchangeable silicone bracelets that can be adjusted to different sizes. Other bracelets are also available at launch, including multi-colored silicone bracelets for $ 29.95 each.

There are also woven fabric straps ($ 34.95), leather straps ($ 49.95), stainless-steel mesh bands ($ 79.95), and stainless-steel mesh straps from luxury jewelry brand Gorjana ($ 99.95).

Luxe is for people who want their fitness tracker to look like a jewelry cat as the company uses metal injection molding to create a luxurious stainless steel case that looks like traditional jewelry making technology.

Luxe has no buttons and input is via an OLED color touch screen.

Like previous smartwatches and trackers, it supports iOS, Android Luxe and Google Quick Pair for faster pairing with Android devices.

In terms of mobile, Luxe supports Connected GPS. So, if you want to track your running or walking, you need to take your mobile phone with you.

Although Luxe is technically not a smartwatch, Smartphone Live OS allows you to receive notifications on smartphones, set alerts, and use a stopwatch.

Fitbit uses this release to announce that Luxe, along with the company's other compatible heart rate trackers and watches, supports stress management scores with a companion app to assess your activity level, sleep schedule and heart rate, and help you manage stress.

This app allows the tracker to track a number of other parameters, such as: b- Respiratory rate, rest, variable heart rate, skin temperature, mood, sleep and can record blood level in the future. Sp02 blood oxygen.

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