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Fitbit Luxe Review

The new intelligent Luxe Fitbit band is slim and trim. The difference is significant when using a Fitbit Sense and an Apple Watch, but there is no point in comparison as they are two completely different products.

Perhaps the company thought this bracelet was for a female audience and children since it will probably look a bit strange on large wrists, although its operation will be just as good.

The Fitbit Luxe can be purchased in gold, graphite, and silver plated stainless steel. In addition to the regular plastic bracelets, there is a special edition with a Parker bracelet, which looks very fancy, but costs $99.95.

What you can do with the Fitbit Luxe

Do not think that because of its small size, it has fewer functions. It has a heart rate monitor, SpO2 sensor, full-color panel, receives call alerts and text notifications —but you can’t answer messages—measures your physical activity all day and your sleep, and it’s waterproof. It also records your training inside a pool.

In addition, the menstruation monitoring function, launched several years ago by the company, could not be missing.


Already on my wrist, I did not like this smart bracelet because it does not have a physical button, which is why it is a bit confusing when you want to change screens. Also, historically on the Fitbit Charge and Fitbit Inspire models, we have always had that little haptic button on the side, which is missing.

Because all navigation is done via touch screen, you’ll have a slight learning curve, not ideal, but you’ll know how to use it: a double tap takes you back, and a swipe right on most screens takes you to the main panel with the clock, and when you swipe up or down, you get the information of the day, the screen modes and settings.

The company says that its battery can last up to five days.

training functions

This Fitbit bracelet lacks GPS, but it can count up to 20 types of training (on the screen, you can see data such as calories burned, steps taken, distance, and minutes in an active zone).

Many trainees have become obsessed with VO2 Max lately, which gives you a score that indicates your cardiovascular fitness, like taking a gym class and getting a 10. The higher your score, the better your cardiovascular fitness.

What you won’t get on the Fitbit Luxe

The Fitbit Luxe isn’t a smartwatch, so there are a few things you’ll miss out on. You can see incoming call and message notifications but not reply to them. On Android, you have quick answers, nothing more.

The Luxe won’t give you those details if you’re looking for music control, mobile payments, or elevation monitoring.


The Fitbit Luxe is a small smart bracelet more aimed at the female audience, but it will give you good data since it has the same technology as other watches from the company. If you are looking for a bracelet with almost all the monitoring sensors, the Luxe is your best option because your next alternative would be the Fitbit Charge 4, which will seem substantial next to it.

Measurement of your health

If there’s one thing that’s important about the Fitbit Luxe, it’s packed with all of Fitbit’s technology, which means you get exercise and health tracking features to help you get through your day.

One of the functions I liked was sleep monitoring because being such a small bracelet does not bother you to sleep. As usual, the following day, you will find your result in the app, which tells you how your sleep was and even gives you recommendations to improve it.

Fitbit Luxe can also give you data such as your breathing rate, rest time, and body temperature variation.

We all need stress management these days, and this bracelet can give you that by looking at metrics like your sleep quality, your activity level, and your response.

Fitbit can record more data about your health, but you’ll have to pay for Fitbit Premium, a service that costs $10 a month.


  •     Small and thin for an audience that likes minimalism
  •     Same features as other Fitbit bands
  •     More than five days of battery


  •     The screen can be awkward to use
  •     A physical button is missing
  •     It does not have music controls
  •     You can’t answer calls

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