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Fitbit Ace 2 Activity Tracker  for Kids with Fun Incentives, 4+ Day Battery & Swimproof  £49.99 @ Amazon
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Fitbit Ace 2 Activity Tracker for Kids with Fun Incentives, 4+ Day Battery & Swimproof £49.99 @ Amazon

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Posted 12th Aug 2019

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Cheapest it's been since release a few weeks back. Having had the cheap chinese one break decided to punt on this. Paid full price but luckily amazon refunded the difference.

Defo found that it encourages my 7 year old to walk/run more!

  • Up, down, all around kid-friendly
  • Make family time fun time
  • Discover motivation around every corner
  • Water Resistant to 50M
  • Up to 5 Days of Battery
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Hi removed the £69.99 NBP (next best price) as this item is currently £59.99 at John Lewis & Partners
sigma12/08/2019 08:12

Hi removed the £69.99 NBP (next best price) as this item is currently …Hi removed the £69.99 NBP (next best price) as this item is currently £59.99 at John Lewis & Partners


Thanks
Can anyone comment on how decent these are? Thinking abiut one for my sons 8th birthsay. Cheers
Thanks very much. I just got one for my daughter from H.Samuel for £63 (£70 - 10% Discount) so will return that one now!
My daughter got a fitbit for her 8th. We decided to get her inspire hr as we thought the kids one wouldn't do her long as we thought it looked more for younger kids.
Its a sad state of affairs when a kid needs an activity tracker.
1on412/08/2019 08:53

Can anyone comment on how decent these are? Thinking abiut one for my sons …Can anyone comment on how decent these are? Thinking abiut one for my sons 8th birthsay. Cheers


I would suggest the Garmin Vivofit Jr. 2 - works a treat for my boy and has a 1 year battery.
So why is this worth so much more than a mi band? Especially with that pathetic battery life?

You could buy a couple of kids a mi band each, only have to charge them once a month instead of more than once a week, and still have change left over.
Edited by: "Roph" 12th Aug 2019
Roph12/08/2019 14:42

So why is this worth so much more than a mi band? Especially with that …So why is this worth so much more than a mi band? Especially with that pathetic battery life? You could buy a couple of kids a mi band each, only have to charge them once a month instead of more than once a week, and still have change left over.


Tbh Dunno if it's worth the extra. agree on batt life it's a shame. One key thing for me was the kid centric features and the fact the wrist band actually fits rather than being loose on the smallest notch.
Roph12/08/2019 14:42

So why is this worth so much more than a mi band? Especially with that …So why is this worth so much more than a mi band? Especially with that pathetic battery life? You could buy a couple of kids a mi band each, only have to charge them once a month instead of more than once a week, and still have change left over.


Miband doesn't have a monster face
AgentDaleCooper12/08/2019 12:03

Its a sad state of affairs when a kid needs an activity tracker.


Most kids don't "need" one but that doesn't mean they wouldn't like one and get enjoyment out of it with the added benefit of it encouraging them to keep moving. My 9 year old son has one as do several of his friends and they enjoy hosting races on their lunch breaks at school etc... the Fitbit app puts them in a table of who moves the most which the boys love.

From a parents point of view I can also see on my phone how much sleep he has had, what time he fell asleep, I can use it discuss with him how grumpy he can be if he doesn't get enough rest how much his movement varies on a day is allowed a screen versus when he plays basketball.
m0nkeymrs0112/08/2019 17:24

Most kids don't "need" one but that doesn't mean they wouldn't like one …Most kids don't "need" one but that doesn't mean they wouldn't like one and get enjoyment out of it with the added benefit of it encouraging them to keep moving. My 9 year old son has one as do several of his friends and they enjoy hosting races on their lunch breaks at school etc... the Fitbit app puts them in a table of who moves the most which the boys love.From a parents point of view I can also see on my phone how much sleep he has had, what time he fell asleep, I can use it discuss with him how grumpy he can be if he doesn't get enough rest how much his movement varies on a day is allowed a screen versus when he plays basketball.


To be honest, I would say a lot of kids DO need them and the encouraging them to complete is a good thing.
Can I ask, do you really track your kids sleep? My kids would flip out at that?
AgentDaleCooper12/08/2019 20:19

To be honest, I would say a lot of kids DO need them and the encouraging …To be honest, I would say a lot of kids DO need them and the encouraging them to complete is a good thing. Can I ask, do you really track your kids sleep? My kids would flip out at that?


They don't track sh*te... it's just a wise program that calculates so called sleep judging on movement, heart rate, etc and than just spits out a sleep record. Tested. Ie you are siting on your sofa watching a nice moving chilling it will record sleep. None on the watches can do that. How accurate they are predicting it it's a different story. To record sleep you need to monitor brain activity. You can tell me otherwise if you know. That's just my opinion.
Edited by: "RaLuci" 12th Aug 2019
m0nkeymrs0112/08/2019 17:24

Most kids don't "need" one but that doesn't mean they wouldn't like one …Most kids don't "need" one but that doesn't mean they wouldn't like one and get enjoyment out of it with the added benefit of it encouraging them to keep moving. My 9 year old son has one as do several of his friends and they enjoy hosting races on their lunch breaks at school etc... the Fitbit app puts them in a table of who moves the most which the boys love.From a parents point of view I can also see on my phone how much sleep he has had, what time he fell asleep, I can use it discuss with him how grumpy he can be if he doesn't get enough rest how much his movement varies on a day is allowed a screen versus when he plays basketball.


Hi do you have the watch for your son the same one as this post.
Not sure if this is the same watch as the sisters but her fitbit wasn't compatable with her new Samsung phone so she doesn't get alerts to messages anymore.
AgentDaleCooper12/08/2019 20:19

To be honest, I would say a lot of kids DO need them and the encouraging …To be honest, I would say a lot of kids DO need them and the encouraging them to complete is a good thing. Can I ask, do you really track your kids sleep? My kids would flip out at that?



Well the Fitbit tracks it and it’s part of the data that uploads to the app, so I guess yes I do although it sounds less stalkery in my head than when you write it down. My sons that have them are only 9 and 7 though, I’m sure as they get older they won’t be so keen... we don’t look everyday but he’s currently at 4 day Cub Scout camp I’ll be intrigued to see when he gets back how much sleep he actually got
TomClare12/08/2019 23:01

Hi do you have the watch for your son the same one as this post.


My boys have the first kids one, they both love them and have asked for this upgrade for Christmas so I have ordered two of these thanks to OP
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