As a fitness fanatic, I’m always excited to know and trial new products that can help us get into the best version of ourselves. When I heard about the Fitbit Ace, my heart skipped a beat.
Fitbit, the leading global wearables brand, launched the first wearable device for kids aged 8 and older called Fitbit Ace.
I have been trying to get my two nieces, aged 9 and 15, to join me on this fitness journey and I have a feeling the Fitbit Ace might just do the trick.
What I absolutely love about the Fitbit Ace is that you are able to track your little one’s movements and encourage them to do activities that they love. Based on insights provided by the Ace, you can monitor and advise them to do better each week. The device’s features include customisable step, active minute and sleep goals, celebratory messages and badges and challenges for the whole family.
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The adjustable, showerproof wristband is available in two vibrant colours (power purple and electric and has up to 5 days battery life.
The Fitbit Ace is available nationwide at leading retailers for R1 599.00. Should you wish to get more info or purchase the Fitbit Ace, visit