Fitbit tailored its newest tracker, the Ace LTE, for children aged seven and above, promoting their well-being while facilitating communication with parents.

Amidst the myriad fitness trackers, each honing in on specific metrics, there’s a refreshing approach to engaging kids in fitness: the new Fitbit Ace LTE by Google and Fitbit. Think of it as a fitness-oriented counterpart to the Google Pixel Watch, packed with safety features.

Therefore, it encourages your children to stay active and have fun with their peers. It also ensures peace of mind with LTE connectivity, allowing parents to stay connected no matter where their adventures take them, all without hovering over them as parents.

Not only that, Fitbit ingeniously crafted the Ace LTE to inspire kids to get active by transforming exercise into an immersive gaming experience. Let’s picture this: your child dashes around the garden, unlocking more game time for their favourite video games as they go.

What’s more, it is equipped with interactive 3D games customized exclusively for this device, and children might find themselves racing through space as a chicken or casting lines to reel in quirky creatures in “Smokey Lake.”

Plus, the excitement never wanes, with games refreshed every few months, ensuring there’s always something fresh and engaging to look forward to.

Moreover, monitoring all this activity is effortless with Noodle–Fitbit’s distinctive activity ring. It fosters various physical activities, from spirited hide-and-seek games to friendly sibling dance-offs.

Fitbit engineered the device with the utmost attention to privacy and safety, granting parents exclusive access to their child’s location and activity data, which is automatically deleted after a designated period.

Thus, there are no pesky ads or third-party apps to contend with, and only contacts approved by parents can connect with the device, ensuring a secure and controlled experience.

Introducing Eejies: Fun and Fitness Combined with Fitbit Ace LTE

Apart from that, Fitbit Ace LTE introduces eejies – tiny creatures that flourish based on your child’s activity levels, reminiscent of the beloved Tamagotchis. The more your child moves, the healthier and happier their eejie becomes. They can personalize their eejie’s outfits and living spaces by earning arcade tickets, adding an extra incentive to stay active.

Fitbit Ace Lte
One of the latest features of Eejie Image source Fitbit

Additionally, collectable bands are available separately, unlocking unique items, styles, and Noodles akin to a mini-game cartridge. With new bands continuously being released, there’s always something fresh to explore and enjoy.

Specifically, with the Fitbit Ace LTE’s built-in features, parents can unwind knowing their child is entertained and secure. Through the Fitbit Ace Pass and app, you can effortlessly monitor your child’s real-time location, send messages, and adjust settings to prevent the watch from becoming a classroom distraction.

Moreover, a Tap to Pay feature is on the horizon, enabling kids to manage pocket money conveniently and easily.

Meet the new Fitbit Ace LTE crafted for kids Image Source Fitbit

You don’t need a separate SIM card or activation fees, as Fitbit seamlessly integrates everything into the Ace Pass. The watch boasts impressive features, including water resistance up to 50 meters, a battery life exceeding 16 hours, and a display crafted from scratch-resistant, dustproof Corning Gorilla Glass 3.

Additionally, each purchase comes with a complimentary bumper for added durability, ensuring your child’s device withstands all their adventures.

Lastly, you can secure your Fitbit Ace LTE pre-order for $230, exclusively available through the Google Store or Amazon starting June 5th. The Fitbit Ace Pass data plan, priced at $9.99 monthly or $119.99 annually, ensures uninterrupted access to calls, messages, and games.

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