Best Kids Smartwatches

If you have a child between the ages of 6 and 16, you should consider buying a kids smartwatch.  Ordinary smartwatches are full of useful features.  Games, messaging, phone calls, location tracking are just a few of the popular features included in today’s smartwatches.   One of the best features for kids smartwatches is the ability to communicate with your children and track their healthy activities. However, it’s good to take note that a normal smartwatch typically is not suitable for children. The price is too high and some capabilities of a kids smartwatch are not child-friendly.

Because of this, you need to find a kids smartwatch that is child-friendly and beneficial for you and your children. Thankfully, innovations nowadays allow kids to own a smartwatch that’s right for their age.

Smart WatchPriceParent ControlsDurability RankingTouchscreenMusic and Built-In Camera
Tinitell Watch$129Yes1NoNone
AmbyGear SmartwatchAvailable for pre-orderYes2NoNo
LG Gizmopal 2$57.99Yes3YesNo
HereO Smartwatch$199Yes4NoNo
LeapFrog Leapband$22Yes5NoNo
DokiWatch$129.99Yes6YesNo
Omate Wherecom K3$129Yes7Built-in camera and music player
Tencent QQ Watch$69.99Yes8YesBuilt-in camera
V-Tech Kidizoom$59.99No9YesBuilt-in camera
CareF Smartwatch$57.47Yes10YesNo

Tinitell Smartwatch

Tinitell Smartwatch

Ages: 6-12

Tinitell Smartwatch has a mobile phone feature that allows you to pre-save the contact numbers of people who you want your kids to communicate with. ONe other way to keep track if you kids us by using the smartwatch’s GPS locator option.  The design is straightforward and simple. The big button is used to turn the device on and off. The two buttons on the sides are used to switch the smartwatch’s features and to adjust the volume.  Your kids can also operate the smartwatch by voice command.  The Tinitell kids smartwatch comes with an IP57 rating. This means that it’s dust and water resistant.

Pros:

  • Straight forward ability as a tracking device

Cons:

  • The time is told out loud, which is not suitable during school hours.
  • No fun games for kids.
  • No fitness tracker.

We recommend the Tinitell kids smartwatch for kids who spend most of their time doing outdoor activities. It’s ideal for kids who go to school every day, and for those who love playing with their friends outside your house.

 AmbyGear Smartwatch

Ages: 5-8

AmbyGear claims that their product can make kids healthier and smarter. This kids smartwatch can also track the kids’ location. You may set boundaries and let the smartwatch notify you once your children cross them. If you want, you can exchange messages with your children.

The Ambygear kids smartwatch also can track your kid’s daily activities and set different kinds of challenges or games to teach your children good organizational skills and healthy habits. The successfully fulfilled challenges will give them incentives and rewards.

The Smart calendar is another capability of the AmbyGear kids smartwatch. There are apps to be unlocked as your child gets older. Kids may also change the bands to whatever style they want. This kids smartwatch may serve as a fitness tracker that tracks your son’s healthy habits.

Pros:

  • Capabilities to teach the kids how to be disciplined and organized.
  • Some options are adjustable as the kids get older.
  • The fitness tracking is “gamified”, which encourages the children to wake up early, stay active, go to bed, and eat on time.

Cons:

  • Claims that children become smarter and healthier are unverified.

This is ideal for all kids, especially those who have a sedentary lifestyle. There are special capabilities to encourage the children to exhibit proper habits and healthy lifestyle.

LG Gizmopal 2

LG Gizmopal 2

Ages: 4-8 Years Old

LG Gizmopal 2 allows you to save four people as your child’s contact. It also has two-way calling. You may view your child’s location and receive alerts and notification.  This particular kids smartwatch has an auto-answer feature that lets you monitor your baby’s environment if he or she fails to answer your phone call.  Like many other kids smartwatches, The LGGixmopal is water-resistant and can withstand the different weather challenges. The battery can last up to 9 days in its stand-by mode. It’s compatible with Android 4.0 and iOS 7 or higher.

 

 

Pros:

  • Has straight-forward parental controls.
  • The auto-answer feature gives a clue about your child’s condition.

Cons:

  • No fitness tracker.
  • It doesn’t have games that kids of this age will enjoy.

We recommend the LG Gixmopoal 2 kids smartwatch for children who spend most of their time outdoors as well as being suitable for students.

HereO Smartwatch

HereO Smartwatch

Ages: 5-12

HereO is a tracking device for children. This kids smartwatch has a SIM card already built in. The product is splash proof and can withstand different weather conditions. The band is adjustable and can fit the tiny wrists of small kids. The battery can last up to 72 hours. When the battery runs low, a message goes out to the parents.

Furthermore, alerts can be setup to notify parents when a child leaves or arrives in his everyday location.  In case of an emergency, there is a panic alert the can use child to get in touch with family members.

In addition to all these options, there is the ability to view the location history.

Pros:

  • Advanced parental controls
  • The panic alert button notifies all the family members.

Cons:

  • Short battery life
  • No fun games for younger kids.
  • Designed just to be a tracking device.
  • No fitness tracker.
  • On the pricier side

It is ideal for school kids. The design of the Here0 prioritizes kids’ safety.

Leapfrog Leapband Smartwatch

Leapfrog Leapband

Ages: 4-7

The main draw of the Leapfrog Leapband kids smartwatch is to promote a kids’ healthy lifestyle. The gaming option encourage the children to stay active. The smartwatch can also teach kids about food, health, hygiene, and nutrition. Additionally, the audio instructions are highly interactive.

You don’t need to change batteries frequently as it’s rechargeable. You just have to use a USB cable to charge it. The Leapfrog Leapad kids smartwatch is resistant to splash and sweat. The user also has the ability to to set quiet time modes during the class hours and sleeping hours.

Pros:

  • Built to serve as a smartwatch and as a fitness tracker.

Cons:

  • Designed to monitor your kids’ location.
  • It doesn’t have a call or messaging feature.

The Leapfrong Leapband is ideal for younger kids of 4-7 years old. Older children, especially those who are in their pre-teen stage won’t appreciate the features and games this product has to offer.

DokiWatch

Ages: 6-12

The DokiWatch claims to be the first kids smartwatch to have a video calling feature. Additionally, your kids can make a voice call and send messages by using this kids smartwatch. The DokiWatch also has a GPS locator and an SOS alert feature, which is important when an unexpected accident happens.

Compared to the other kids smartwatches with the same features, DokiWatch is sleeker and more user-friendly. The touchscreen navigation is also smooth. Furthermore, there are different smartwatch faces to choose from.

In addition to its fun features, DokiWatch has an electronic pet game that doubles as a fitness tracker. It monitors your child’s footsteps and the number of calories they burned. As they do their healthy activities, the electronic pet, called the DokiPet, will become larger and healthier as well.

Because of its features, the parents can deactivate the DokiWatch at set times. The kids may also add their friends’ contacts to their smartwatch by Bluetooth pairing.

Pros:

  • The only device that has a video calling feature.
  • An easy addition to the contact list just by Bluetooth pairing.
  • The virtual pet encourages the children to stay active and healthy.

Cons:

  • The only fun features that the kids will enjoy are the DokiPet, emojis, and stickers.
  • The virtual pet may not have an appeal to older kids, especially the ones on the pre-teen stage.

The safety features of this kids smartwatch will benefit the children from 6 years old and above. However, the presentation of the fitness tracker may not be appealing to older kids.

Omate Wherecom K3

Omate Wherecom K3

Ages: 6-9

The Omate Wherecom Kids smartwatch has a micro SIM slot and 3G connectivity that allows you to connect via phone calls and send messages to the pre-save contacts. Oamte comes with games, alarm music player, image gallery, and pedometer that you can utilize. The resolution is 320 x 320 pixels. Unlike other devices, Omate Whereon K3 is powered by Android 5.1.

Pros:

  • Android-powered.
  • Almost complete features.

Cons:

  • Unlike other devices, Omate can only last for up to 24 hours under normal use.

The Omate Wherecom K3 kids smartwatch features are designed to be favorable for kids. The smartwatch also has games and a camera that the children will like. However, the phone calls and messages are sent only to the pre-saved contacts, and there are fewer features. The Omate is a great option for children who love playing Android games and love taking pictures.

Tencent QQ SmartWatch

Tencent QQ Watch

Ages: 9-12

The Tencent QQ Kids SmartWatch has a voice calling feature that can make phone calls up to five family members and up to eleven friends. The Tencent comes with built-in Wi-Fi, GPS, and GSM. Your kids can send you messages and call you whenever they want to. Your kids can make a chat with you and their friends with the built-in apps for talking.

As a parent, you can also set location boundaries to receive notifications once your child crosses it. Just like other devices, the QQ SmartWatch has an SOS feature. When a kid uses the SOS feature, the first person on the contact list receives an alert.

Furthermore, the QQ Kids SmartWatch has a built-in camera of 0.3 megapixels. A GSM nano SIM card allows the user to make phone calls. Like other kids smartwatches, the Tencent is water-resistant and can withstand everyday challenges. There are multiple ways that your kids can wear the smartwatch comfortably. They can wear it as a smartwatch or as a pendant.

 

Pros:

  • Advanced messaging apps.
  • Built-in camera
  • Long battery life of up to 7 days.

Cons

  • No games

Pre-teens appreciate the Tencent QQ Kids SmartWatch because of the various messaging apps and features equipped in it.

VTech Kidizoom Smartwatch

VTech Kidizoom Smartwatch

Ages: 4-12

The Kidizoom kids Smartwatch has a 1.4-inch touchscreen display as well as a built-in camera of 0.3 megapixel that can take photos and videos. The photo’s resolution is 640 x 480 pixels, and the video’s resolution is up to 320 x 240 pixels. The user can upload the pictures and videos taken to another device via USB cable.

Your kids may also enjoy the filters and effects and apply them to the photos that they have taken. Aside from the camera feature, your children can enjoy the voice recorder feature and use the built-in voice changing effects.

There are eight games available, and fifty colorful smartwatch faces to choose from. These smartwatch faces are available in both analog and digital format.

The VTech Kidzoom kids smartwatch comes in different colors including royal blue, red, pink, vivid violet, and camouflage. There are editions where there is also a floral swirl band that’s interchangeable with a bonus bright violet wrist band and red flame with premium high blue wristband.

The other features are the alarm, timer, stopwatch, calendar, calculator, and pedometer. The smartwatch is sweat and splash proof. Therefore, it can withstand the small amount of water but cannot be submerged in water.

Pros:

  • Designed for taking photos and videos
  • Have features that kids will love
  • Standalone device
  • Educational games such as the Fun Time Master feature that teaches the kids how to tell time

Cons:

  • It doesn’t have GPS locator
  • It doesn’t have a mobile phone feature

We recommend The Kidizoom kids smartwatch for kids who love taking pictures and videos. It is an ideal present for birthdays or during Christmas.

CareF Smartwatch

CareF Smartwatch

 

Ages: 5-9

CareF claims to be the world’s smallest GPS smartwatch. CareF can send and receive phone calls. It also has a GPS locator and an SOS button. Once the SOS button is pressed a notification is sent to the first number on the contact list.  The smartwatch records the location history for every 10 minutes. You may set the Geo-fence boundary where you will be notified once your child crosses this boundary.

CareF is water-resistant, but not for bathing and swimming.

Pros:

  • Location Tracking is accurate because it uses GPS and cell triangulation.

Cons:

  • The calling and messaging features are only available in the USA.
  • There are no fun games.
  • No fitness tracker.

CareF is the best kids smartwatch for kids who love to spend the majority of their time outdoors. It is ideal for school kids, for children who love spending time in the playground and those who are going for a field trip.