Fitness bracelet Fitbit Ace 3 is addressed to children

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Last updated on December 8th, 2022 at 02:53 pm

According to the manufacturer, the device “encourages a healthy lifestyle.”

Fitbit this week unveiled the Ace 3 fitness tracker. According to the manufacturer, the device, aimed at children from 6 years old, “encourages a healthy lifestyle.”

Fitbit Ace 3
Fitbit Ace 3

Fitness bracelet Fitbit Ace 3 is addressed to children

The activity and sleep tracker helps children “be active and form healthy habits with the whole family.” Inheriting the best features of the previous models in the family, the Ace 3 introduces more animated dials and new accessories that “motivate children and show their individual style.”

Specifically, the Fitbit Ace 3 makes class fun with animated watch faces that change and grow as kids progress towards their goal throughout the day. With new animated bunny, cat, martian and spaceship watch faces, as well as more watch faces to choose from, kids have many options to personalize their device. Kids can also choose the Ace 3 to suit their individual style with a variety of accessories in blue and black.

Ace 3 can be paired with mobile devices running Android and iOS. At the same time, children with their smartphones will be able to receive notifications so as not to miss a call from parents or friends.

In the description of the device, the manufacturer notes that the software allows parents to monitor the child’s activity and ensures the confidentiality of his data.

The waterproof wristband measures 172 x 26 x 9 mm and weighs 70 g. It is equipped with a PMOLED touchscreen display and a Bluetooth 4.2 interface. The battery life reaches 8 days. Sales of the device for $ 80 will start worldwide on March 15th. In summer, the sale must come with straps image minions at $ 30.

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