Daily Activity Tracker for Kids
- Features 1+ year battery life; no recharging needed
- Stylish, kid-friendly design is comfortable, durable and swim friendly1
- Tracks steps, sleep and 60 minutes of recommended daily activity2
- Compatible mobile app on an adult’s smartphone includes task management tools and a fun mobile adventure trail for kids to unlock
- Kids complete tasks and earn coins to redeem for agreed-upon rewards managed by parents
A wearable just for kids? Oh yes, we did. Meet vívofit jr. This stylish, swim-friendly1 activity tracker encourages your kids to stay on the move. Parents, we didn’t forget about you. While the youngsters will love the compatible app for its fun mobile adventure trail they can unlock, you can use it to monitor your kiddos’ steps and active minutes, assign tasks and even hand out virtual rewards. Control it all from your mobile device.
Sweet Style with a Sturdy Design
Perfect for pint-sized powerhouses, vívofit jr. features a comfortable, durable one-piece wriststrap that kids can slip on and off. Available in multiple fun, vibrant designs, your child can rock it everywhere from break time to practice to the pool and even to bed. Check out additional adult-size accessory bands that let kids change up their look. The user-replaceable battery will keep kicking for up to a year, so no need to recharge.
Your Parental Personal Assistant
The vívofit jr. activity tracker can be managed by parents using the compatible app. From the app, you can add multiple children and see their steps, sleep, daily activities and task data when it automatically syncs3 to your smartphone. Assign tasks, find out how many reward coins each child has, and even invite the family to compete in a daily step challenge (from the Adventure Trail) — all from your Apple or Android smartphone3.
Stay on Top of Tasks
Take the fuss out of household tasks by letting vívofit jr. do the work. Parents can assign tasks from the smartphone app, and kids will see on their bands that they have new jobs to do. These can be set up to recur daily or even weekly — perfect for children who need reminders to brush their teeth and make their beds. And for youngsters who like to procrastinate, set up a task timer so vívofit jr. can remind them that time to finish homework or get dressed is ticking down.
Extra Credit for Sweat
The vívofit jr. activity tracker makes it easy to reward and motivate kids. As kids reach their daily 60-minute activity goals, fun facts and a mobile adventure trail are unlocked, inspiring kids to do their best every day. By completing their assigned tasks, kids earn virtual coins to collect and then exchange for rewards you have agreed on, such as an extra 30 minutes of screen time or having a friend spend the night.
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|Physical size||Regular accommodates wrists up to 145 mm |
X-large fits wrists 146-170 mm
vívofit 3, vivofit jr. and vivofit jr. 2 bands are compatible.
|Weight||17.5 g (0.62 oz)|
|Water rating||5 ATM|
|Display type||black and white|
|Display size||10 mm x 10 mm|
|Display resolution||64 x 64 pixels|
|Battery life||Up to 1 year|
|Memory/History||4 weeks of activity data|
|Time/date||Time, date and personalisation (name)|
|Automatic daylight saving time|
Daily smart features
|Smartphone compatibility||iPhone®, Android™|
Activity tracking features
|Move bar (displays on device after a period of inactivity; walk for a couple of minutes to reset it)|
|Sleep monitoring (monitors total sleep and periods of movement or restful sleep)|
Kid Activity Tracking Features
|60-minute activity goal|
|Task timers (2, 5, 10, 15, 20 and 30 minutes)|
1To improve children’s health, organisations such as the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommend at least 60 minutes of physical activity each day. This can include moderate intensity activity, such as brisk walking, or vigorous intensity activity, such as running. The device encourages children to be active by tracking their activity intensity and displaying their progress toward the 60 minute daily goal.