Fitbit Ace

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

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Specification

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

Critic Reviews


Mirror

Fitness tracker for kids is elegant but simple

from Mirror

It is definitely one of the best fitness trackers on the market for kids. A simple, well designed piece of tech with a solid battery life that serves as a great introduction to fitness wearables while encouraging families to be more health conscious together.

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It is definitely one of the best fitness trackers on the market for kids. A simple, well designed piece of tech with a solid battery life that serves as a great introduction to fitness wearables while encouraging families to be more health conscious together.

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Pocket-lint

Doing it for the kids

from Pocket-lint

Designed to children, with a sophisticated design that apes the adult equivalent, without needing each child to have a full account, the Ace is certainly an ace fitness tracker. Parents stay in control, while kids have enough freedom to keep them motivated and interested thanks to challenges and goals.

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Designed to children, with a sophisticated design that apes the adult equivalent, without needing each child to have a full account, the Ace is certainly an ace fitness tracker. Parents stay in control, while kids have enough freedom to keep them motivated and interested thanks to challenges and goals.

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Wareable

Fitbit's first fitness tracker for kids is a solid addition to the family

from Wareable

As a first attempt at a making a fitness tracker for kids, the Fitbit Ace does a solid job. The decision to design a wearable for an age group slightly older than we anticipated appears to have paid off as far trying to make the experience feel as close as possible to what you get with a Fitbit for grown ups.

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As a first attempt at a making a fitness tracker for kids, the Fitbit Ace does a solid job. The decision to design a wearable for an age group slightly older than we anticipated appears to have paid off as far trying to make the experience feel as close as possible to what you get with a Fitbit for grown ups.

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TechRadar

It's a Fitbit that's - you know - for kids

from TechRadar

With its reduced feature set and child-friendly reward system, the Fitbit Ace is the perfect device for parents who want to get their kids active without dazzling them with the full force of fitness tracking. Because it shares the same design as the Fitbit Alta your kids won't feel like they're g...More

With its reduced feature set and child-friendly reward system, the Fitbit Ace is the perfect device for parents who want to get their kids active without dazzling them with the full force of fitness tracking. Because it shares the same design as the Fitbit Alta your kids won't feel like they're getting a lesser experience, but at $100 / £80 / AU$130 it's a little on the expensive side, considering the competition.

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Macworld

An awesome activity tracker for kids, but a bit confusing

from Macworld

Made just for kid-sized wrists, the Ace has all the basic functions a kid would want to reach her daily step and sleep goals. But sometimes it's difficult to use.

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Made just for kid-sized wrists, the Ace has all the basic functions a kid would want to reach her daily step and sleep goals. But sometimes it's difficult to use.

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Daily Express

Worth paying the price

from Daily Express

If you don’t mind paying a premium, this is one of the best trackers for children on the market and our 10-year-old has given it a giant thumbs up.

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If you don’t mind paying a premium, this is one of the best trackers for children on the market and our 10-year-old has given it a giant thumbs up.

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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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TrustedReviews

Solid step, activity and sleep-tracking

from TrustedReviews

The Ace looks and feels like a grown-up Fitbit, with Fitbit having thought carefully about child safety and making fitness fun, not a pressure. On its own it won’t drag the kids away from slime-making, YouTube and Fortnite, but with the right support from you it might just help.

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The Ace looks and feels like a grown-up Fitbit, with Fitbit having thought carefully about child safety and making fitness fun, not a pressure. On its own it won’t drag the kids away from slime-making, YouTube and Fortnite, but with the right support from you it might just help.

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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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