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Fitbit Ace 3 Activity Tracker for Kids

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  • Activity Tracker for kids
  • Personalized avatars and animated clock faces
  • Soft silicone band
  • Sleep tracking and up to 8 days of battery life

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Overview:

Fitbit Ace 3 Activity Tracker for Kids is an activity tracker designed for kids ages 6 and up. It provides them with a variety of features to keep them engaged and having fun. If you are a parent and you want to motivate your children to say fit then this activity tracker is the best choice. This gadget comes with plenty of features for kids like kids can create personalized avatars and as they exercise they can earn virtual badges and animated clock faces that will change throughout the day as they progress towards a daily goal. They can also take part in fun step, distance and active minute competitions with friends and family.

Ace 3 offers soft, silicone band so it can be worn for all day long. It has also the ability to provide sleep tracking and is the ideal gadget for kids who spend a lot of time playing video games or lounging with their phone or tablet. The device also features call alerts, if your kid have a smartphone they can get call notifications right on their wrist. Moreover it has up to 8 days of battery life.

Specifications:

  • 3-axis accelerometer
  • Vibration motor
  • Ace 3 includes sensors for heart rate tracking; they are deactivated and cannot be turned on
  • Touchscreen
  • PMOLED Display
  • Saves 7 days of detailed motion data œ minute by minute
  • Water-resistant up to 50 metres
  • Operating temperature: -10-degree to 45-degree C
  • Maximum operating altitude: 8535 m
  • compatible with most popular phones and tablets having Apple iOS 12.2 or higher or Android OS 7.0 or higher
  • 8 days of battery life
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