Fitbit’s Ace 3, an $ 80 fitness and sleep tracker for kids 6 and older, is available for pre-order now. The durable Ace 3 has an 8-day battery life and a swim-resistant design, with a 20% brighter screen than the old Ace 2 and 20 new interactive watch faces.
Fitbit launched its first Ace tracker in 201
The Ace 3 complies with COPPA children’s privacy laws (GDPR if you are located in the UK) and does not include a heart rate monitor, GPS or blood oxygen monitor. Kids can use the Ace 3 without a smartphone, but if your child has a phone, they can pair it with the Ace 3 for call notifications. Some of Fitbit’s adult-centric features, such as photo sharing, are turned off for kids, and anyone under the age of 13 can’t set up their Fitbit without help from a parent.
You can pre-order the Ace 3 in black or blue from the Fitbit website. The tracker costs $ 80 and orders ship by March 15. Fitbit also plans to launch accessories for the Ace 3, starting at $ 30 Minions wristband sometime this summer.
Source: Fitbit via Gizmodo