Preparing Fitness and smartwatch manufacturer Fitbit will soon launch its Fitbit Luxe, which appears to be the most elegant fitness tracker out of the company yet.
And the Fitbit Luxe should not only guarantee an attractive design, but also a whole host of useful and sometimes new functions that guarantee the well-being and fitness of the wearer.
The Fitbit clearly strives for an aristocratic look, which is why it relies on a metallic case made of brushed stainless steel, among other things.
And with Fitbit Luxe, the manufacturer wants to use an OLED display and use a very classic bracelet clasp, as standard watches have known for centuries.
The bands are meant to be interchangeable, so Fitbit should, as usual, offer a wide range of replacement bands.
There is currently no information available about Fitbit Luxe’s screen resolution and other technical details, such as battery life.
However, it is assumed that the device is very similar to the Fitbit Ace 3, which saw its launch in the market a few weeks ago.
Functionally, the Fitbit Luxe should ensure balanced health in a sleek design, so, a Fitbit should naturally incorporate a heart rate monitor, among other things.
Sleep and activity tracking is part of a suite of functions such as stress monitoring, and the device alerts you via vibrations during one of the many forms of supported exercise when the desired heart rate zone has been reached.
With the GPS module of the smartphone connected to the tracker, Luxe can also be used while running or cycling.
The Fitbit Luxe tracker can also help when swimming, as the casing is, as always, certified to be waterproof and thus protects the device from moisture.
It is assumed that the device will be available in black, gold and silver. And price may be Fitbit’s biggest challenge.
While it hopes to reach a premium audience, it also has to compete with low-cost but powerful fitness equipment that can be wearable, which may be suitable for many people.