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Fitbit Luxe Fitness and Wellness Tracker

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Fitbit Luxe Fitness and Wellness Tracker

Last updated on 28/01/2022 8:31 pm Details

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Fitbit Luxe Fitness and Wellness Tracker

Fitbit Luxe Fitness and Wellness Tracker with Stress Management, Sleep Tracking and 24/7 Heart Rate, One Size S L Bands Included

  • See how jewelry gets smart with a tracker that doubles as a timeless accessory and features a vibrant color display
  • Get better sleep to power your days with sleep tracking and sleep Score in the Fitbit app
  • Feel a Buzz when you reach your target heart rate zones, while you earn active zone minutes
  • 6-month trial of Fitbit Premium (New and returning Premium members only. Must activate trial within 60-days of device activation. Requires valid payment method. Cancel before end of trial to avoid recurring fees. Content and features may change. Terms & Conditions apply)
  • Maximize your exercise, understand resting heart rate trends and better estimate calorie burn with 24/7 Heart rate tracking
  • Tune in to your body with health metrics like breathing rate, heart rate variability and more (in-app only)​
  • Enjoy up to 5 days of battery without having to stop for a charge (varies with use and other factors)
  • Connect Luxe to your phone’s GPS & see real-time pace and distance on your wrist

11 reviews for Fitbit Luxe Fitness and Wellness Tracker

  1. Joyce Ann, Florida

    Thus far, I am extremely pleased with my new Fitbit Luxe. Mine is the beautiful soft gold with the lunar white band. I researched so many smart watches/trackers that I became terribly confused. My husband and I even bought 2 lower-priced watches. My husband kept his, but it wasn’t the right one for me. I decided to go with the Fitbit Luxe because it had all that I needed, the size was perfect and it looked more like a lovely piece of jewelry as opposed to a clunky tracker. It was very easy to pair and much of it was already set up. The only things left to do were to input personal information and make any desired changes where necessary. The face is much smaller, but the variety of faces and the fact that the colors and print are so vivid make everything easy to see. However, some folks may have an issue with the smaller screen and should take that into consideration before purchasing the Luxe. I’m very pleased with the accuracy of the Luxe. And, as I said, everything seems to be working fine. I like the the emphasis placed on mind, as well as body and fitness. The 6-month Fitbit Premium is great, but I have to weigh the premium cost once it expires because it is a bit high.

    My previous smart watch was a Versa 2. I really liked it, but it ceased working after the warranty expired. I’ve had a couple other Fitbits and keep coming back to them. I’m hoping that the lifespan of the Luxe is better than the Versa 2.

  2. jackie p

    Love it well worth the wait, easy to set up and very elegant. I love it very much, the pink is gorgeous.

  3. tony soto

    Sync disconnects every 5 minutes for about 4 minutes, multiple display options yet none that show both the time and step count (the pinnacle feature of all tracking devices since day 1), tap/swipe features rarely respond, rude tech support that give up after a restart won’t work, won’t stop vibrating while I’m on the phone to notify my that… I’m on a phone call, tons of online complaints citing all of these unresolved bugs, tiny display screen and it’s fashioned like a woman’s watch. I hate this and I’ve only had it for 5 hours.


    The latest fitbit luxe is ideal for those looking for a more classy type of watch. It is more basic as its not as much a smartwatch as other models. You can still recieve texts, emails etc as well as the other fitbit features. Whilst some report screen is small, i think its readable, its ok, looks smart and you can have interchangable bands. Its slimmer, less bulky than the charges – closer to the inspire. Its also the first fitbit with a colour screen. Ive ordered a bracelet case band for a more dressy look and use the silicone type one for everyday use. Its so comfortable and no skin strap reactions unlike previous fitbits ive tried. If your looking more for the basics and an aesthetic look then this is for you. If your looking for an all singing and dancing with gps etc then go for a smartwatch type!

  5. Suzanne Campbell

    The watch is a lot smaller than it looks in the advertisement. The watch face when lit up is even smaller. The scrolling does not always work. You have to tap your watch face twice to see the time when on manual. This does not always work and you are stood there tapping the watch face like an idiot. Also the Chrome frame has a couple of sharp edges top and bottom where the Chrome frame meets the watch face. Would not buy again., nor would I recommend. Will stick to the bigger Versa in future, (forgot it’s name.)

  6. ErikT

    This is a fitness tracker. The screen is not large – I didn’t buy it for the large screen. The notifications that come through serve their purpose; I am not trying to respond to anything while I’m on a run or a swim.

    Saw on here that the menu is difficult to navigate. It is not. Double tap to return home. I have had no issues with the sync. It is software, though, I imagine some people experience bugs, but Fitbit will work through it.. have some faith, people.

    If you want the bells and whistles of a fancy watch, maybe don’t get the Luxe. If you want the tracking that Fitbit is good at in a sexy compact device, get the Luxe.

    I’ll update if things go to s**t.

  7. Emily Short

    It fully depends on what you are looking for in a fitness tracker!

    + Sleek in design
    + Comfortable
    + Useful app
    +Can wear while swimming
    + Can receive text notifications and reply from a short list of pre-written options (These can be changed in the app and work with Messages, Instagram and Whatsapp)

    – Whilst it can be worn swimming it doesn’t seem 100% accurate in tracking the lengths
    – Whilst it can be work swimming/ in the shower the lack of buttons mean stopping the swim activity or alarms is more difficult.
    – The screen doesn’t go to the full height of the watch – this may not bother some but seems like a false representation
    – Unlike other fitbits (e.g versa) you cannot log water and other info from your wrist this may be done in the app.

    Truthfully, I will still use the fitbit until it becomes a bit more outdate/ I see another tracker that warrants an upgrade. But I would suggest if you are interested in buying that you use the feature on their website to compare trackers and decide which is best for you.

  8. Talegna

    This is great at counting steps / tracking activity… when it’s not fallen off your wrist. A flaw in the catch holding the strap to the device means you have to squeeze it / re-connect it every few minutes whilst moving or risk the strap coming off on one side. I have had a new strap sent but given the problem is in the catch the problem still occurs.

    Shame as the tracking works well, when not stressing about losing it whilst out walking!!!

  9. Hawthorne

    If I could give the Luxe 3.5 stars I would, and who knows, maybe I’ll update after some time.
    Overall, I like the small footprint of the Luxe, the softness of the band, the fact that it’s visible outside in daylight, and the portion that sits against your skin doesn’t stick out. With past Fitbits I’ve always had bruises on my wrist no matter how loose the band because the underside stuck out too far and pushed on my wrist.

    Now for the negative. The only, and biggest, disappointment so far is the size of the display. Upon first glance the screen looks pretty big so you would think the display portion of the screen would be about the same size. Unfortunately, Fitbit only used maybe 60% of the display. The time is large enough to be read, but the additional information (such as date, HR, steps, etc.) is very tiny. Maybe I’ll get used to it, but my eyes aren’t getting any better as I age.
    Overall, I do like the Luxe, just disappointed in the screen size versus the actual display size.

  10. Jen

    I had a Fitbit Alta and the Luxe is an awesome upgrade from it! It’s sleek-looking, waterproof, and is accurate with information. I’ve only had it a few days, but so far so good! 3 days in and battery only went down to 68%. Very happy with this purchase!

  11. Kelliar

    Most important (to me, anyway): the heart rate monitor is actually somewhat accurate!! I’ve been trying and failing for years to find an accurate heart rate monitor that can be worn on my wrist and not around my chest. This is the first I’ve found that actually performs well not only while sitting around but also while working out!! I’ve done weight training, HIIT workouts, hiking and treadmill workouts and it’s worked pretty good during all of them. Now it’s not *as* accurate as a chest strap, so don’t have your expectations set to expect perfection, but it’s still much better than previous wrist models. It also works great for step tracking.

    The last watch I tried was the Fitbit charge 4 and it seemed accurate while doing nothing, but not at all while working out. See my attached workout comparison. It was so frustrating doing a really intense workout and seeing it display my heart rate at 100 (which is about what my heart rate is while brushing my teeth). When I knew from manual readings it was closer to 160. Even when on the treadmill with my wrist not flexing at all, the Charge couldn’t figure out my heart rate. I am very happy to have finally found a watch that can finally track my workouts!!

    Your steps will be tracked even if your hands are resting on the treadmill bar or on a shopping cart, etc. Your wrist just needs to have a little motion for it to register the steps. So, if you’re resting your forearms on the cart or treadmill, it will NOT count the steps because your wrist is not moving with each step while in that position. But holding the bar with your hands will work just fine.

    The screen is small, but extremely crisp and clear and easy to read. However, it has some software issues. Either moving your wrist or double tapping the screen is supposed to turn the watch face on. Twisting your wrist does work pretty reliably to turn it on. Double tapping does not. If the watch has been “asleep” for awhile and I try to double tap it it can take anywhere from 20-50 taps to get it to turn on. That’s a LONG time. And when I put it in sleep mode for the night (so the watch face doesn’t turn on while I’m moving around in my sleep), it can be very difficult to get it to turn on in the morning to be able to turn sleep mode off. A bit frustrating. But sometimes it does the opposite. Like this morning it was still in sleep mode but I turned my wrist and the screen turned on (it’s not supposed to and usually doesn’t!). And sometimes when the screen turns on even from just a wrist movement, it just starts to go crazy and will be scrolling up and down and pressing buttons and vibrating like crazy like some sort of poltergeist is messing with me. Trying to press the screen and stop it does nothing. It takes it a few minutes to calm down and stop doing this, but so far it always does eventually stop and will start working normally again once I’ve let it exorcise its demons.

    A couple other things to note:

    -This has no altimeter and it will not tell you how many flights you’ve gone up. Somewhat disappointing, since I found that interesting as we live by the mountains and hike a lot. But it’s more important to me that the heart rate works accurately (which it does) so this isn’t a deal breaker for me

    -There is no on-board gps, you’ll need to have your phone on you to use for gps tracking if you want it. I always have my phone on me when I’m out anyway in case of emergency so for me, again, not a deal breaker.

    -The battery lasted me about 6.5 days. I was using it constantly during this time, so I am quite impressed with how long it went before needing a recharge.

    -When you are on the “home” screen, it shows the time and below it will be switching between showing you your basic daily info (heart rate, steps, active minutes,etc). If you manually tap the screen while on this, you can manually switch to see whichever of those you want to see below the time. So in the morning I tap my screen until I see my heart rate is below the time and then it remembers that that’s what I want to see and the next time I flip my wrist it is still showing my heart rate. You can set it to whichever you like though, like if you want to always see your step count then just tap it until it’s below the time and it’ll show you that next time you flip your wrist. It does “forget” after awhile sometimes, but it’s easy to set it again and overall it works pretty well.

    As usual, the straps are removable/interchangeable. So you can put on prettier bands or extensions or what have you. I personally like the feel of the soft, silicone wristbands so I’m leaving mine as is. I have a pretty small wrist (about 5.5”) and the back of the watch makes excellent contact with my skin and my bones don’t get in the way to interfere with readings or get bruised. It’s quite comfortable even wearing it all day and night (I’ve only taken it off to shower).

    I love the fitbit app. It’s easy to use and navigate. And the 6 months of free premium (normally costs 9.99 a month) you get with this too is nice, I find it interesting to see my sleep stats each morning. Stats like breathing rate, skin temperature, and heart rate variability are included with premium. This watch DOES have an SpO2 monitor but as of now it has not been activated on the luxe so you can’t get readings from that yet. Not sure when that will be available it doesn’t specify yet.

    Overall, despite the software bugs/screen turning on issues, I really am happy with how well this works for heart rate tracking (especially while workout out!). If you’re willing to have a little patience with it and deal with these small annoyances (hopefully there will be an update to fix these problems eventually), I still think it’s well worth it for the heart rate tracking alone. Hope this helps you make a more informed decision!

    UPDATE: More issues keep coming up. The screen keeps freezing on a black screen with just navigation dots at the top and no amount of tapping or twisting or charging will get you off this black screen. I do not see a way to do a manual reset (there is a reset under settings on the watch but when the watch is non-responsive you of course can’t get to it) I figured out that you can then go to the Fitbit app and change your watch face selection. This will update the watch and make it start functioning again. Then you can switch back to the watch face of your choice. This has been happening once or twice a day now and seems to be happening more often. Not a good sign.

    Also several times I’ve noticed when it looks like the watch is working it’s not actually counting my steps. It was frozen at 9993 steps last night and I walked around the house for 5 minutes and it was still at 9993. I sat down for 10 minutes and tried again and it finally went up to 9996. But it clearly was still experiencing a major delay and the step number did not catch up to all those steps I know I got during those 5 minutes. It’s possible this has been happening frequently but I rarely check my steps until the end of the day so I really can’t say for sure. I have to deduct another star until they get some of these issues fixed. They are becoming more than just a slight annoyance at this point. I am still holding out hope for an update to fix at least some of these problems before my return window is closed.

    2ND UPDATE: They released an update today (July 23rd)! I installed the update through the app on my phone and the app kept giving me an error – telling me there was a problem with the update and it couldn’t complete, but on my watch it said the update was complete. So I completely shut down the app and restarted and now it says my watch is updated, so hopefully that’s true. Just add it to the list folks. I can’t find any information anywhere about what this update contained, but I’m hopeful anyway. I’ll update in a week as to whether or not it’s helping with the issues I’ve been experiencing.

    3rd UPDATE: It’s been just over a week and I don’t think the update did much of anything. Still locked up again yesterday, but I’ve found after about 30 minutes or so it will usually fix itself. And I think it’s still monitoring heart rate and steps decently well while the watch itself may seem unresponsive. I find myself checking it less and less through the day so I don’t have to deal with the issues as much. I mainly just look at my stats each morning and at the end of the day on the app. I think I’m going to keep it despite the ongoing issues as I do enjoy comparing my daily results and looking at my sleep stats every morning.

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