Fitbit Ace

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  • Fitbit Ace
  • Fitbit Ace
  • Fitbit Ace
  • Fitbit Ace

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Tech Spec
Display Type OLED
Battery Life Up to 5 days
Specification
Brand Fitbit
Warranty 24 months

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Verified Tasks

Hits a lovely wonderful stability

from Verified Tasks

The Ace seems and looks like a grown-up Fitbit, with Fitbit having concept carefully about child safety and making well being amusing, not a drive. On its private it gained’t drag the youngsters away from slime-making, YouTube and Fortnite, nevertheless with the exact strengthen from you it’ll merely help.

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The Ace seems and looks like a grown-up Fitbit, with Fitbit having concept carefully about child safety and making well being amusing, not a drive. On its private it gained’t drag the youngsters away from slime-making, YouTube and Fortnite, nevertheless with the exact strengthen from you it’ll merely help.

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PC & Tech Authority

Beginner-level fitness tracking for small people

from PC & Tech Authority

The Ace succeeds in its goal of getting kids moving, but is liable to stress you out at the same time.

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The Ace succeeds in its goal of getting kids moving, but is liable to stress you out at the same time.

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Stuff

Beginner-level fitness tracking for small people

from Stuff

That the Ace exists is clearly a good thing. Everyone knows there’s an obesity epidemic in the UK, and anything that encourages children to be active is to be applauded. Kids will like wearing it, and from their point of view it’s a simple and effective device.

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That the Ace exists is clearly a good thing. Everyone knows there’s an obesity epidemic in the UK, and anything that encourages children to be active is to be applauded. Kids will like wearing it, and from their point of view it’s a simple and effective device.

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Tech Advisor

Brings motivation to the whole family

from Tech Advisor

Activity trackers are a great way to improve our motivation to get fitter, and so we’re delighted that Fitbit has relaxed its age limitations and recognised children as a core group that benefit from being more active, and getting motivation to make their lifestyles healthier.

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Activity trackers are a great way to improve our motivation to get fitter, and so we’re delighted that Fitbit has relaxed its age limitations and recognised children as a core group that benefit from being more active, and getting motivation to make their lifestyles healthier.

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Expert Reviews

A great way to encourage kids to stay active

from Expert Reviews

There are some disappointments with the Fitbit Ace. You don’t get stair tracking as there’s no altimeter, there’s no heart rate monitor either and, as I pointed out above, the Fitbit Ace isn’t swim proof. What could also be a problem is battery life. . As a piece of hardware it does the...More

There are some disappointments with the Fitbit Ace. You don’t get stair tracking as there’s no altimeter, there’s no heart rate monitor either and, as I pointed out above, the Fitbit Ace isn’t swim proof. What could also be a problem is battery life. . As a piece of hardware it does the job and looks excellent, and the accompanying software setup works well. For £80 it’s very reasonably priced, too.

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Pocket-lint

Doing it for the kids

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Having asked children in the target range, we can see that there is a desire for this type of thing. Fitness trackers - and Fitbit in particular - are a common sight in kid's sports clubs and not uncommon in the playground, as these accessories move from adults to their children.

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Having asked children in the target range, we can see that there is a desire for this type of thing. Fitness trackers - and Fitbit in particular - are a common sight in kid's sports clubs and not uncommon in the playground, as these accessories move from adults to their children.

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TrustedReviews

A fitness tracker geared specifically towards younger users

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I can’t help but feel rather cynical about the Fitbit Ace. It feels like a cheap re-purposing of the Fitbit Alta and an attempt by Fitbit to expand its potential customer base. I don’t believe the Ace’s design is likely to appeal to children, either.

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I can’t help but feel rather cynical about the Fitbit Ace. It feels like a cheap re-purposing of the Fitbit Alta and an attempt by Fitbit to expand its potential customer base. I don’t believe the Ace’s design is likely to appeal to children, either.

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Wareable

A fitness tracker for kids with a familiar look

from Wareable

The design is well, all Fitbit Alta. Familiar, not groundbreaking but a formula that has clearly worked for Fitbit and driven a lot of interest in its wearables over the last couple of years.

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The design is well, all Fitbit Alta. Familiar, not groundbreaking but a formula that has clearly worked for Fitbit and driven a lot of interest in its wearables over the last couple of years.

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