Google’s Fitbit-infused Pixel Watch was finally made official about three weeks ago, leaked in real life more than two weeks before, and will be released commercially at some point in the fall, we certainly won’t blame you if you’re interested in wearables like the Sense, Versa 3, Charge 5, Inspire 2, and Luxury is currently at an all-time low.
The really hip Orchid/Platinum and Lunar White/Soft Gold versions are only up for grabs with a discount of about $20, which is hardly a new or life-changing discount.
Still, the Fitbit Luxe looks undeniably… luxurious, even in black (especially by sub-$100 standards), with a stainless steel body, wasp waist, and perhaps most impressively, a “vivid” AMOLED color touchscreen display. Always-on Display functionality .
Despite the unsurprising lack of advanced technologies such as EKG and skin temperature recording, as well as untethered GPS connectivity, the jewel-like fitness band also excels in the health department with handy tools designed to measure and monitor everything from your heart rate to your sleep quality, blood oxygen saturation, stress levels, menstrual cycle and “daily readiness”, all for a whopping five days on a single charge.