Fitbit Ace full review: Fitbit’s first-ever kid-friendly fitness tracker
Impressive battery life
Not much of a choice when it comes to the strap colors
Fitbit, the company known for its fitness-based range of smartwatches and fitness trackers, has finally stepped its foot in the kids’ section. The company has introduced a new fitness tracker dubbed the Fitness Ace which is essentially a tracker meant for kids who are above eight years of age.
Looking at the device, the Fitbit Ace looks more or less like the Fitbit Alta HR. It is the newly added features that make the difference here.
Using the Fitbit Ace, you can keep a track of your children’s activities like steps taken, sleep patterns, active minutes etc.
You can even set goals for them using the Fitbit app. In order to motivate the kids to be active, the tracker would gift them with collectible badges at times when they finish an activity.
In addition to the Ace, the company has also introduced a new Fitbit Family Account which would allow the parents to keep a close watch on their children’s activities like their daily health progress and friend requests in the Fitbit app.
There is also a child view setting that would enable you to limit as to what all data your children are supposed to see.
Coming to the battery life of the Fitbit Ace, the tracker would last almost 5 days with a single charge which is pretty impressive. The tracker is waterproof and the band is adjustable and showerproof too.
As of now, the Fitbit Ace is available in two color variants – electric blue and power purple. The device is available for pre-order on the company’s official website for $99.95.
What are your thoughts on the Fitbit Ace? Do let us know in the comments section down below. Also, do not forget to subscribe to Android Updated. To do so, just tap the bell icon at the bottom of your device.