Fitbit Ace LTE launched — fitness trackers for kids

Fitbit Ace LTE Price Nepal
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Fitbit — the Google subsidiary — is quite a popular name amongst fitness-conscious folks. The company recently launched a brand new smartwatch that oughts to gamify the fitness experience of young kids. In this article, we will be looking at the Fitbit Ace LTE in further detail including its expected price in Nepal.

Fitbit Ace LTE Overview

Technical Aspects

The latest Google offering looks pretty standard with its squircle design. It is more of a pebble-shaped watch with its curved edges and frame. The housing of the watch is made out of recycled materials like plastic and stainless steel. Additionally, the Fitbit Ace LTE is quite a durable specimen with Corning Gorilla Glass 3 and ATM5 water resistance. However, for added durability, Google ships it with a thick cushion-like protective casing. The watch is available in Spicy and Mild colour options.

Fitbit Ace LTE Case

Moving on to the hardware, the Fitbit Ace LTE features an OLED display with 333 PPI pixel density. This screen also supports a full DCI-P3 colour gamut. In addition to that, the watch packs a 328 mAh battery offering over 16 hours of usage on a single charge. Talking of charging, it has a USB-C charging interface and takes a little over an hour to fully juice up. It also packs a bunch of sensors to help out with movement tracking. Furthermore, this watch has multiple connectivity options including in-built 4G LTE SIM, WiFi 2.4, Bluetooth v5.0, and NFC. Similarly, it also has a navigation system with Google Location Accuracy.

Fitness is a game

The main highlighting feature of the Fitbit Ace LTE is the fact that it gamifies fitness for children. Starting with the Noodle, which at its core is an activity ring. It functions similarly to any other activity ring, however, once the target has been achieved, it displays fun animation to delight the kids.

Fitbit Arcade

Likewise, this Fitbit also features eejie — a companion that gets happier as more movement is registered. Then there is Fitbit Arcade which includes games like Kaiju Golf, Otal’s Secret, Smokey Lake, Galaxy Rangers, and more in the pipeline. All of them are designed such that the game can only progress through movement.

Keep a watchful eye

On top of the fun and games, this smartwatch also offers handy features that allow parents insight into their kids. Firstly, the Fitbit Ace has an in-built LTE SIM, meaning it supports calling as well as text messaging. Additionally, parents can add up to 20 individuals who can contact their little ones through the watch. As a result, the is just a call away while also being within the circle of the ones you trust.

Fitbit Ace LTE calling

Similarly, with the in-built GPS one can also track the location while also ensuring the well-being of their kids. Even though the watch is all about letting children play games as a reward for their fitness goals, it can also be limited. Parents can set downtimes during the day — for example, during school. Furthermore, guardians can also their kids’ fitness progress through the activity dashboard in the Fitbit Ace App. Lastly, Google is planning to introduce Tap to Pay to the Fitbit Ace LTE with the intent of teaching children how to spend wisely.

Fitbit Ace LTE Specifications

  • Design: Pebble-like design with curved edges, 5 ATM water-resistant
  • Dimensions: 41.04 mm x 44.89 mm x 13.35 mm
  • Weight: 28.09 grams (without straps)
  • Materials: Recycled Plastic and stainless steel housing, Corning Gorilla Glass 3, Plastic and silicone clasp and lug, Polyester yarn strap
  • Display: OLED, 333 PPI pixel density, DCI-P3 colour gamut
  • Sensors: Accelerometer, Optical Heart Rate Sensor, Altimeter, Magnetometer, Ambient Light, Gyroscope
  • Connectivity: 4G LTE (built-in) WiFi 2.4GHz (802.11 b/g/n), Bluetooth 5.0, NFC
  • Navigation: GPS/GNSS with Google Location Accuracy
  • Compatibility: Android 11.0+ or iOS 15+
  • Features: Network Calling, Activity tracking, Games in Fitbit Arcade, School Time, Tap to Pay
  • Battery: 328 mAh, over 16 days of battery life
  • Charging: 100% in 70 minutes, USB-C Fast Charging
  • Companion App: Fitbit Ace app
  • Colour Options: Spicy Pebble, Mild Pebble

Fitbit Ace LTE Price in Nepal and Availability

This smartwatch was announced on 29 May 2024 and has gone up for pre-booking. In terms of pricing, it costs USD 229.95 and the Ace data plan will be an additional USD 9.99 per month. If it ever arrives here, we expect the Fitbit Ace LTE price in Nepal to be NPR 36,999.

Google Fitbit Price in the USA (Official) Price in Nepal (Expected)
Ace LTE USD 229.95 NPR 36,999
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