Provide interactive fun for kids with this Garmin fitness tracker. Its Disney Princess adventure app offers inspiring daily activities, and the parental personal assistant syncs smart devices to monitor chores and designate virtual rewards for accomplished tasks. The customizable screen and comfortable band of this Garmin fitness tracker make it a stylish, durable accessory.
Keep track of your child's daily activity
This activity tracker estimates steps, sleep and 60 minutes of daily recommended activity.
Sunlight-visible LCD display
Delivers clear visual readouts even under the sunlight.
Reminder alerts and task timer
Keep kids on top of chores such as homework, practice time and brushing teeth.
Allows you to wear the tracker while swimming.
Parents can access chore management and reward tools. Available for select iOS and Android devices.
No recharging needed
User-replaceable battery that lasts 1+ year.
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we are loving this fitness tracker for my 8 year old. originally we purchased it to help keep track of steps and 60 minutes of activity every day. However, while we like those features, we are LOVING the ability to set tasks and reminders via chores in the app. This has been an amazing shift of confidence for my son, the alert goes off for a specific task and he accomplishes it on his own, without me asking multiple times. We use it for everything from brushing teeth, vitamins, reminders to eat lunch, time to log in to school for distance learning... he loves the independence of everything and I love that I do not need to keep hassling for him to get things done.
Very easy to use, he loves the interface and uses the timer quite a bit for different things, and I love that it is very easy for me to keep track on the app on my phone.
I am so glad that I bought this version instead of some cheaper option on Amazon. Well worth the cost.
This was bought for a gift and the person loves it and is giving us daily reports of all his activities. The only thing that is difficult was getting it started, the manual doesn’t do a good job with this but if you google what issue you need resolved then it will take you right to an answer and walk you through the process.
My 10 year old loves tracking his steps and challenging his sister to races. He was very excited for the interactive game as well, unfortunately the game is within the parental control app and not something he can access without also being able to alter settings I have in place. I wish the kids game portion was an app I could load onto the kid's tablet.
I bought these for Christmas gifts for my Grandsons. One is 8yrs and one is 6. I know the 8 yr old still uses his because we went for a walk 2 days ago and he had his on and he and his sister were competing to see who would have the steps in. I had bought his 6 yr old sister the girls Disney princess one at the same time.
Bought for Christmas for my 6 yr old granddaughter
Owned for 6 months when reviewed.
5 out of 5
5 out of 5
Ease of Use
5 out of 5
Bought this for my 6 yr old granddaughter and she loves it. It is now June and she is still using it. We went on a walk and she and her brother were competing to see how many steps they could get in. I had bought the spider man one for him at Christmas and he is 8 yrs. All in all a good purchase.
Kids were asking for a watch and this proved to be the winning ticket. Not only did they get the watch function they wanted but it also inspired them to be active. The various extras brought out there competitiveness to be active so it is a win-win for us parents.
This Garmin watch is great for kids. Parents who want to keep their kid's screen time down would like the fact that this watch does not play games, and encourages them to be physically active 60 minutes a day. While not made in the USA, it is made in Taiwan is nice.
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A:AnswerBluetooth cannot be turned off. You could pair the device to your phone to set it up and then unpair it. It would track steps and sleep but not upload to the app. You may want to go to support.garmin.com where you'll find many FAQ's and video's on the functions of the device. You may also reach out to a product support specialist from that page.
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