- Tracks steps, active minutes and sleep and shows stats on a bright, tap display
- Rewards kids for hitting goals with celebratory messages and achievement badges. Kids can challenge others to step competitions plus send each other messages or cheers
- A showerproof tracker that survives splashes and spills with a secure, adjustable wristband for growing kids (one size). Designed for wrist sizes up to 155 millimeter/6.10 inches
- Syncs stats wirelessly and automatically to iOS & Android devices and has a battery life up to 5 days (varies with use and other factors)
- In the Fitbit app, parents create an account for their child under a family account (family account and parental consent required for children 12 and under)
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- ASIN: B07CGJYNS5
- Date first listed on Amazon: April 18, 2018
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|Brand, Seller, or Collection Name||Fitbit|
|Item weight||1.09 Ounces|
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The positive: my son enjoys it and is actively looking at the number of steps he has made, comparing them to where I am at. In this respect it is doing what I had hoped.
The negative: the software is buggy and hard to use; as stated before, going back to parent’s mode (e.g. seeing my statistics) is very cumbersome as someone already described. You have to go back through the menus, scroll, enter password, re-enter username, then enter password again.
Second, entering my child’s information was annoying in that I didn’t get a confirmation that the account was created. The first time I tried creating the account I got a message saying the username was already taken. I then proceeded to try another username. After entering the information, I saw the same screen again where you enter your child’s information. Thinking that I picked another common username, I proceeded to try a couple more ideas. I didn’t realize that I was actually creating four accounts. The problem is that you can’t immediately delete the extra accounts – Fitbit has a seven day ‘grace period’ where you have to wait until the account is actually removed. Now I have a bunch of similar accounts on my phone.
Perhaps because of the above, I can’t finish pairing the Ace to my phone. I keep getting an error message that I, nor customer support, has been able to resolve. So, at this point the Fitbit is tracking my son’s use without me being able to view or save it to my phone.
Hopefully after the seven day wait period clears up in trying to delete these extra accounts I can pair the device...The interface / setup with the child's account needs better design.
1. It should come with kids’ Fitbit app, so we can install it on their kindle or apple iPad/touch.. or in the same phone as the parent - perhaps require a parent account when installing in other device
2. It needs to be able to detect some basic exercise like running, biking, playing sports, and monkeying around
3. Allow the parents to send a message to the ace if connected nearby.
4. The set up was not intuitive, a techie like me had issues and had to call tech support.