The Fitbit Ace 2 is one of the few children’s activity trackers in the market. It offers multiple features that suit any child, ranging from colourful straps to clock faces.
Throughout this article, we will become more acquainted with this model’s design, feature and many more.
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The Fitbit Ace 2 Review
The Fitbit Ace 2 has a very friendly design. You can easily change the band by simply pressing on the main body to remove it and then proceed to choose your new band.
The band comes in three vibrant colors which are:: Watermelon, Teal and Night Sky and Neon Yellow. Moreover, the Fitbit Ace 2 is adequately protected to prevent damage from occurring to either the band or the main body.
It’s also waterproof up to 50 meters. Being waterproof means that your children can go from running or hiking to the swimming pool in an instance without having to stop and take off their fitness tracker.
The screen is monochrome OLED which is a touch-sensitive screen. It can easily be navigated with a simple swipe of your finger. The screen displays everything ranging from your child’s activities or movement to the time and date.
There is also an excellent addition, which is that you can use the “Fitbit application” to transfer the picture of a sprout to the activity tracker. This sprout will grow and increase in size as your child’s steps increase.
The process to set up this model is straightforward. If you are a new user then all you have to do is create your own Fitbit account. Then, download. the application on your phone and finally link your child’s tracker to your account. These steps will allow you to keep a close eye on your child’s activities.
The battery of the Fitbit Ace 2 did not receive an update; like the previous model, it can last up to five days without needing to be charged. However, the clip-on charging cable has been greatly modified as now it uses a magnet to latch to the body of the tracker, making it a lot easier to charge it.
This model provides the most basic forms of fitness tracking as it tracks your child’s steps and their sleeping patterns. The tracker will relay all these patterns to your phone as long as your phone is within range.
This model provides your child with goals to be achieved, and whenever your child achieves these goals, they will receive friendly animations, and you will receive a notification on your phone.
However, it’s not equipped with GPS, so you will not be able to track your child’s whereabouts. It also does not include a heart rate monitor, so you will not be able to track your child’s heart rate during exercises.
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This model goes to great lengths to protect your child, as it prevents them from adding anyone without your consent or approval, thus protecting them from strangers. However, you can easily add any of their friends or siblings who own the Fitbit Ace 2 to create small competitions between them. This will always inspire them to try harder and achieve more.
Made to Last
This model was created with the idea of lasting for a long time. The band is manufactured to protect it from bumps or any damage, and in case the band gets ripped or shredded, the main part can be easily removed and put into another band.
A drawback is that the screen is prone to scratches, which can occur quickly if your child is very active or uses the tracker in the wrong way.
- Five-day battery life
- Friendly animations
- Parental supervision
- No GPS
- No Heart rate monitor
Finally, the Fitbit Ace 2 is an excellent fitness tracker. It has a vibrant and colourful design, which is very appealing to children. It provides parents with just enough supervision over their children. Its battery lasts up to five days, which is very durable, and the tracker itself is built to last.