New Delhi (Anish Yande): Fitbit has launched its latest fitness band this week. The Fitbit Luxe is a fashion-oriented fitness band with its jewelry-like design. The fitness tracker would be available in a Fitbit Luxe Special Edition in partnership with the jewelry brand gorjana.
The Fitbit device will be available in India soon through the official Fitbit store and online retailers. Check the features and prices of the Fitbit Luxe here.
Prices of Fitbit Luxe:
Fitbit Luxe is priced at Rs 10,999 and comes with six months of Fitbit Premium free trial. The upcoming Fitbit Luxe Special Edition would be priced at Rs 17,999.
Specs and features of the Fitbit Luxe:
The Fitbit Luxe features a color AMOLED touchscreen display. The Fitbit smartwatch comes with a 3-axis accelerometer, Vibration motor, optical heart rate monitor, and sensors for oxygen saturation (SpO2) monitoring.
Fitbit Luxe comes with water resistance of up to 50 meters and offers call, text, and smartphone notifications. The Fitbit wearable comes with a DND mode, and features such as a timer and stopwatch.
The Fitbit wearable comes with features such as 24x7 heart rate monitoring, step tracking for all-day, detailed sleep monitoring, distance and calories burned, and menstrual health tracking.
Fitbit Luxe comes with more than 20 different exercise modes which include golf, pilates, spinning or tennis, running, biking or hiking.
The Fitbit Luxe is compatible with devices running iOS 13.3 or higher and Android 8.0 or higher. The fitness band comes with support for Bluetooth 4.2 for connectivity.
According to Fitbit, the Luxe is expected to deliver up to 5 days of battery life.
Users of Fitbit Luxe can access their detailed health info through the Health Metrics dashboard on the Fitbit app. The dashboard tracks heart rate variability, resting heart rate, breathing rate, and oxygen saturation (SpO2) levels.
The glucose logging feature of the Fitbit Luxe lets users track their blood glucose levels. Users can keep a track of their sleeping patterns through the Sleep Score feature provided in the Fitbit app.
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