Fitbit has launched the third iteration of its Ace exercise and sleep tracker for teenagers. The Fitbit Ace 3, designed for teenagers ages six and up, provides new animated clock faces, customizable equipment, and claims eight days of battery life in a “swim-proof” design with new colour choices, too.
Along with improved battery life, the Ace Three has a 20 % brighter display and consists of don’t disturb and sleep modes. The brand new animated clock faces — together with a bunny, a cat, a Martian, and spaceship designs — change and develop as children make progress towards their health targets.
The Fitbit Ace was designed to assist children construct wholesome habits and enhance bodily exercise. It additionally permits dad and mom to trace a child’s exercise ranges and what number of hours they sleep. Ace trackers don’t enable children to hitch the social elements of Fitbit’s app, the place individuals share exercise images. Dad and mom must make a Fitbit account for any little one 12 and below to make use of Fitbit Ace fashions.
Like previous Ace fashions, the Ace Three can have a pedometer however not a coronary heart fee monitor. The Ace shows health and sleep targets which might be age-appropriate for teenagers, and it makes use of the identical push notifications that customary Fitbit trackers use to nudge children to get shifting. The every day energetic minutes purpose on every Fitbit Ace Three is about to the CDC-recommended 60 minutes, and the every day step rely is about at 10,000.
The Fitbit Ace Three is priced at $79.95, and later this summer time it should have two Minions-themed accent bands, out there individually for $29.95. It’s out there for preorders beginning as we speak and out there worldwide March 15th.