Google Announces Fitbit Luxe, up for Pre Orders

Google owned Fitbit has launched a new product – the Fitbit Luxe – a take on a fashion forward fitness tracker. The tracker is Fitbit’s first to have an AMOLED touchscreen. It is two times brighter than existing Fitbit devices. It even has an ambient light sensor that will adjust the brightness according to the conditions. Despite the vibrant display, Google says that it can work for 5 days on a single charge.

The Fitbit Luxe has got some really great features such as stress management tools, sleep tracking and a Sleep Score, 24/7 heart rate monitoring, and Active Zone Minutes (AZMs) to personalize your health data to ensure you’re reaching recommended activity guidelines set out by the World Health Organization. It also puts various data into the Health Metrics dashboard including skin temperature variation, breathing rate, resting heart rate, heart rate variability (HRV), and oxygen saturation (SpO2).

The fitness tracker is available for pre orders for $149.95. You can get some accessories that will set the price up even higher. The black, lunar white, orchid, and peony classic bands are available for $29.95; hibiscus and slate woven bands for $34.95; black, earth grey croc, and sunrise premium Horween leather double wrap bands for $49.95; platinum stainless steel and soft gold stainless steel mesh bands for $79.95 and the soft gold stainless steel and platinum stainless steel gorgana Parker Link Bracelet for $99.95.

You can pre-order via the link below.

Fitness + Wellness Tracker | Shop Fitbit Luxe

Karthik Mudaliar
Karthik Mudaliar
Karthik Mudaliar is a Computer Science student, who loves to write about science and technology. In his free time, you will find him reading finance books or scrolling Twitter. Feel free to contact him on any of the social media below or email him at [email protected]

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