X-Doria announces KidFit activity tracker

kidfitChildren are extremely active – and in this new generation, where many of them grow up on a sugar rich diet, they tend to be hyperactive and have lots and lots of energy to expend, that disciplining them the right way requires plenty of wisdom as well as love, sprinkled with some stern looks along the way. Since adults are able to enjoy gadgets such as activity trackers including the Razer Nabu, why not the little ones? X-Doria sees this particular need, and has since announced the KidFit.

The KidFit comes across as a wearable wireless activity and sleep tracker that was specially developed for those who are aged anywhere from 5 all the way to 13. KidFit will create customized daily activity targets for children, presenting them in an easy manner to understand with the main goal of hitting 100 points. The KidFit app itself will also provide timely feedback when it comes to progress through brightly colored “Results Cards”, where it encourages the little ones to achieve this daily routine. Built-in goals will continue to create ongoing challenges and engagement toward the child’s health goals, and the entire shebang will not burn a hole in your pocket either, retailing for $49.99 a pop.

Sporting an easy and intuitive interface, Bluetooth 4.0 connectivity alongside a straightforward one-button design, setting up the KidFit is a snap – all that you need to do is to download the KidFit app, press a single button on the KidFit wristband, answer several simple questions, and KidFit will automatically set daily activity and sleep goals to help you get started right out of the box. Parents who want a greater level of customization can look to customize active time and sleep goals, and since it arrives in a colorful, “slap-band” style wristband that provides a continually adjustable, secure fit, children will love it. Boasting of an IPX3 water resistant rating and rechargeable battery that can run for seven days of continuous monitoring, this is worth every penny if it lasts your child from 5 all the way to 13.

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