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Fitbit Ace 2 Activity Tracker for Kids with Fun Incentives, 4+ Day Battery & Swimproof - £59.49 @ Amazon
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Fitbit Ace 2 Activity Tracker for Kids with Fun Incentives, 4+ Day Battery & Swimproof - £59.49 @ Amazon

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Posted 19th Nov 2019

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TylerDurdenUK19/11/2019 09:35

You can get. Mi band 3 for around a third of the price that'll do pretty …You can get. Mi band 3 for around a third of the price that'll do pretty much the same. Plus, if / when your child loses it, it's not a huge loss


Tried that my little boy is having none of it lol This is the one his friends have and to be fair I understand where his coming from my dad got me Dunlop trainers for PE when my mates had reeboks and a Vodafone phone when my mates had Nokia’s....... I couldn’t do it to him:)
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They should give every school kid in the country and tracker and educate them on fitness and calories. The only way to tackle obesity.
Love the fact its posted next to Cookie monster..
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You can get. Mi band 3 for around a third of the price that'll do pretty much the same. Plus, if / when your child loses it, it's not a huge loss
TylerDurdenUK19/11/2019 09:35

You can get. Mi band 3 for around a third of the price that'll do pretty …You can get. Mi band 3 for around a third of the price that'll do pretty much the same. Plus, if / when your child loses it, it's not a huge loss


Tried that my little boy is having none of it lol This is the one his friends have and to be fair I understand where his coming from my dad got me Dunlop trainers for PE when my mates had reeboks and a Vodafone phone when my mates had Nokia’s....... I couldn’t do it to him:)
chrisk201019/11/2019 09:39

Tried that my little boy is having none of it lol This is the one his …Tried that my little boy is having none of it lol This is the one his friends have and to be fair I understand where his coming from my dad got me Dunlop trainers for PE when my mates had reeboks and a Vodafone phone when my mates had Nokia’s....... I couldn’t do it to him:)



I feel your pain. I had a pair of Dunlop trainers for P.E, I got laughed at. Had to persuade my mum to get me some Reeboks!
Question is will it go back down to £49.99 before Christmas?
haybr19/11/2019 13:27

Question is will it go back down to £49.99 before Christmas?


I don’t know
Edited by: "chrisk2010" 19th Nov 2019
chrisk201019/11/2019 09:39

Tried that my little boy is having none of it lol This is the one his …Tried that my little boy is having none of it lol This is the one his friends have and to be fair I understand where his coming from my dad got me Dunlop trainers for PE when my mates had reeboks and a Vodafone phone when my mates had Nokia’s....... I couldn’t do it to him:)


My daughter was sold on the mi band, when I showed her it could have cute cat pictures as the watch face. 😁
htfc9919/11/2019 08:59

They should give every school kid in the country and tracker and educate …They should give every school kid in the country and tracker and educate them on fitness and calories. The only way to tackle obesity.


A smartwatch to tackle obesity? Are you for real???
RaLuci19/11/2019 21:46

A smartwatch to tackle obesity? Are you for real???


RaLuci19/11/2019 21:46

A smartwatch to tackle obesity? Are you for real???


Maybe u missed the point about educating them.

Oh well, let’s just stick with the sugar tax.
htfc9919/11/2019 21:54

Maybe u missed the point about educating them. Oh well, let’s just stick w …Maybe u missed the point about educating them. Oh well, let’s just stick with the sugar tax.


You haven't expressed yourself properly but hey ho... happens.
Bit over priced for a child’s version, whilst these are a cracking price: buff.ly/2HS…8qI
htfc9919/11/2019 08:59

They should give every school kid in the country and tracker and educate …They should give every school kid in the country and tracker and educate them on fitness and calories. The only way to tackle obesity.


Actually it's not. The type of food that you eat matters and we live in a society where you don't hunt for food, food is available literally 24/7. The eating window for humans now is any time they're awake. The way to control obesity is to eat as much unprocessed food as possible. Totally avoid any dairy as it's not even designed for humans and many are allergic to the lactose. and totally avoid processed sugar, do not drink fruit juice either. Intermittent fasting which is effectively eating in a smaller window each day. Do not over complicate things, there's no need for Carnivore diet, Keto diet or Paleo diets. Instead of restricting food groups (apart from dairy and refined sugar which is non essential in any human diet) which these fad diets do you just restrict time eating and don't eat any crap. The diets with most data are Mediterranean and Okinawan, which are high in plant foods and low to moderate in meat.

A Fitbit will do absolutely zero to educate children. It's the western diet and lifestyle that causes obesity. Avoid hipsters as well as they're pseudo scientific nutcases.

Summary:

Do:

Eat unprocessed food
Do eat plenty of plants
Eat meat in moderation
Reduce eating window, define the ratio that works best for you so 16:8, 18:6, OMAD (One Meal a day) e.g. eat between 12pm-6pm or 12pm-8pm or just one big healthy meal in a day depending on how active you are.
Exercise - A combination of resistance training and cardio. If you don't eat properly then exercise has a poor success rate.

Don't:

Eat dairy
Eat refined sugar including fruit juices
Avoid fad diets - don't over complicate what is essentially simple
Rely on electronic gadgets to fix your health

Me saying don't over complicate things doesn't mean it's easy to put in to practice, there's social economic issues and mental health complexities that can also get in the way. Putting the above in to practice can be done by just about everyone but I'll never say it's easy. If your motivation to change is there then it's possible and not everyone has this motivation because of a myriad of complexities. Obesity can also be determined by genetic factors so if you give your bad genes the fuel (defined as behaviour and food and other factors) they need they will make you fat. I would never blame any one for being obese, this isn't helpful and because of the complexity involved largely untrue anyway.
Edited by: "fishmaster" 19th Nov 2019
TylerDurdenUK19/11/2019 15:20

My daughter was sold on the mi band, when I showed her it could have cute …My daughter was sold on the mi band, when I showed her it could have cute cat pictures as the watch face. 😁


Are these ones child size. I was going to get my daughter the one op has posted but she won't care which one it is and she loves anything cats lol
fishmaster19/11/2019 22:55

Actually it's not. The type of food that you eat matters and we live in a …Actually it's not. The type of food that you eat matters and we live in a society where you don't hunt for food, food is available literally 24/7. The eating window for humans now is any time they're awake. The way to control obesity is to eat as much unprocessed food as possible. Totally avoid any dairy as it's not even designed for humans and many are allergic to the lactose. and totally avoid processed sugar, do not drink fruit juice either. Intermittent fasting which is effectively eating in a smaller window each day. Do not over complicate things, there's no need for Carnivore diet, Keto diet or Paleo diets. Instead of restricting food groups (apart from dairy and refined sugar which is non essential in any human diet) which these fad diets do you just restrict time eating and don't eat any crap. The diets with most data are Mediterranean and Okinawan, which are high in plant foods and low to moderate in meat. A Fitbit will do absolutely zero to educate children. It's the western diet and lifestyle that causes obesity. Avoid hipsters as well as they're pseudo scientific nutcases.Summary:Do:Eat unprocessed foodDo eat plenty of plantsEat meat in moderationReduce eating window, define the ratio that works best for you so 16:8, 18:6, OMAD (One Meal a day) e.g. eat between 12pm-6pm or 12pm-8pm or just one big healthy meal in a day depending on how active you are. Exercise - A combination of resistance training and cardio. If you don't eat properly then exercise has a poor success rate. Don't:Eat dairyEat refined sugar including fruit juicesAvoid fad diets - don't over complicate what is essentially simpleRely on electronic gadgets to fix your healthMe saying don't over complicate things doesn't mean it's easy to put in to practice, there's social economic issues and mental health complexities that can also get in the way. Putting the above in to practice can be done by just about everyone but I'll never say it's easy. If your motivation to change is there then it's possible and not everyone has this motivation because of a myriad of complexities. Obesity can also be determined by genetic factors so if you give your bad genes the fuel (defined as behaviour and food and other factors) they need they will make you fat. I would never blame any one for being obese, this isn't helpful and because of the complexity involved largely untrue anyway.


I didn’t say educate me lol. I go to the gym 6 times a week and eat fairly healthy anyway, but some fair points made.

I said a tracker coupled with education for kids would sort obesity, ok maybe not completely solve the obesity problem but if a kid ain’t aware of the basics and do no exercise at all and eat junk food there lies the problem.
Edited by: "htfc99" 20th Nov 2019
lotsofbargains19/11/2019 22:58

Are these ones child size. I was going to get my daughter the one op has …Are these ones child size. I was going to get my daughter the one op has posted but she won't care which one it is and she loves anything cats lol


My daughter is 8 and the mi band fits just fine, will need an android phone / device to set it up though.
My twin daughters have asked for this watch ! Apparently a few of there friends have it. No one but amazon seem to have it on offer. But it has dropped lower than this in the past . Decisions decisions :/ :/
Lol i went through the same process of thought but it was the cheapest i saw it and to honest if it dropped another fiver I’d be ok with it but if it dropped a tenner I’d buy another and return this one. I have had success in the past calling amazon and they credit me with a voucher rather than have it returned and another sent but not every time.
mad_design_man19/11/2019 22:53

Bit over priced for a child’s version, whilst these are a cracking price: h …Bit over priced for a child’s version, whilst these are a cracking price: https://buff.ly/2HS28qI


Is this trustable? Can't find anything on this company...
g33h122/11/2019 18:42

Is this trustable? Can't find anything on this company...


Very trustworthy as I have used myself, however delivery can take a few week.
mad_design_man23/11/2019 10:04

Very trustworthy as I have used myself, however delivery can take a few …Very trustworthy as I have used myself, however delivery can take a few week.


Thanks mate!
Guess what. This is now £49.99. Amazon have said I have to return this to order it at the new price 😡
Yep i know! So returning mine and reserved one in argos amazon are paying the postage it’ll cost them more to return rather than pay the difference.
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