Fitbit Ace Fitness Tracker For Kids Revealed

Posted: Mar 13 2018, 12:06pm CDT | by , in News | Technology News

Fitbit Ace Fitness Tracker for Kids Revealed

New fitness tracker from Fitbit aims at kids.

Fitbit today introduced Fitbit Ace, an activity tracker for kids. Designed for kids ages 8 and older, Ace automatically tracks steps, active minutes and sleep, has up to 5 days of battery life, features an adjustable, showerproof wristband in two bright colors, and provides encouragement to be active.

With the new Fitbit family account, parents can control who their kids connect with in the Fitbit app so they can safeguard their kids’ privacy and stay on top of their activity.

With an adjustable, showerproof wristband and up to 5 days battery life, Fitbit Ace aims to keep pace with your kid’s life and withstand any splashes, spills or activities.

By offering 10 unique clock faces and two fun interchangeable bands in electric blue and power purple, kids can find the style that fits their unique personality and be motivated to wear Ace day and night, no matter what they are doing.

Fitbit Ace is available for presale today on for $99.95. The new Fitbit for kids will be available in stores worldwide in Q2 2018, including major North American retailers like Amazon.

If kids really need a fitness tracker is to be debated. The wearable technology company also unveiled the new Fitbit Versa smartwatch for grown-ups.

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