Fitbit has officially announced its latest wearable, the Fitbit Luxe. It boasts a sleek buttonless design, and it is dubbed as Fitbit’s thinnest touchscreen tracker to date, with various new clock faces on the first Fitbit tracker with a color screen.
The Fitbit Luxe is a fashionable fitness band featuring a stainless steel case with an interchangeable silicone strap. It is equipped with stress management tools for automatic activity and sleep tracking.
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