Fitbit Announces Fitbit Ace 3™, Next Generation Activity and Sleep Tracker for Kids, Encourages a Healthy Lifestyle by Making Fitness Fun

Fitbit Announces Fitbit Ace 3™, Next Generation Activity and Sleep Tracker for Kids, Encourages a Healthy Lifestyle by Making Fitness Fun

Fitbit has announced Fitbit Ace 3™, the brand’s next generation activity and sleep tracker that makes it fun and easy for kids ages 6+ to get active and build healthy habits with the whole family. Expanding on the features kids love most about the Ace family of trackers, Ace 3 introduces more animated clock faces[4] and new accessories[5] to motivate kids and show off their personal style. With up to 8 days of battery life[6] in a swimproof design,[7] Ace 3 can keep up all week long. At the accessible price of SGD $118, Ace 3 is available for pre-order today, and it will be available in Singapore starting 29 March.

With distance learning, no in-person physical education and the lack of after-school sports, a local survey conducted by KK Women’s and Children’s Hospital (KKH)[8], which polled 100 parents of children aged five to 14 years old last November, revealed that children were spending too much time on their screens; 20 percent clocked up more than four hours a day, double the recommended amount. The survey also found that 70 percent of the parents polled were concerned about their children’s screen time. To offset this, parents are challenged to find new ways to help kids stay active — Ace 3 inspires kids to get moving regardless of circumstance and helps them build healthy habits to last a lifetime.

“As families continue to navigate remote learning and social distancing guidelines, it is a constant challenge to keep kids moving, motivated and happy, while trying to balance the time they spend on screens for school as well as free time,” said James Park, VP, GM & Co-founder of Fitbit. “We’ve infused Ace 3 with experiences that bring more fun into kids’ day-to-day lives to help them, and their parents, reconnect with the joy of movement, helping instill important, foundational healthy habits that can last a lifetime.”

Ace 3 helps kids develop healthy habits by encouraging them to get active and get the sleep their growing bodies need. The device helps motivate kids to get moving to reach the 60 daily active minutes with reminders to take at least 250 steps per hour, with an option to customise during school time.[9] Plus, kids can easily set personalised goals and track their activity by reviewing their stats on the bright, easy-to-use touchscreen, setting timers and racing against the stopwatch. Sleep tracking, bedtime reminders and silent alarms help parents and kids work together to develop a consistent sleep schedule that gives kids enough time to rest and energise for another day of staying active and building healthy habits. In the Fitbit app, kids can connect with parent-approved friends and family, engage in friendly competition via Family Face Off challenges, and celebrate milestones with virtual badges and trophies.

Fitbit Ace 3 makes activity fun with animated clock face characters that change and grow as kids make progress toward their goal throughout the day. With new bunny, cat, martian and spaceship animated clockfaces,[10] and more than 20 clocks to choose from, kids now have more options to personalize their device and express themselves in a fun and engaging way. Coming soon, Ace 3 will be the first wearable to bring one of the most beloved characters to kids’ wrists: Minions™. With two accessory bands in Despicable Blue and Mischief Black, and more engaging Minions features and offerings coming soon, the iconic Minion characters from one of the world’s most successful animated franchises will soon be on-wrist to motivate kids to stay active. 

While kids focus on getting active, parents can be assured their child’s privacy is protected. To do so, Parents can set up a family account to access privacy controls and protections, which is strongly suggested for children ages 12 and under and required for using Ace 3. Through a Fitbit Family account in-app, parents are able to access Parent View where they can easily see their kid’s activity, manage what is shown on their kid’s app experience, and approve their kid’s friend requests. Meanwhile, kids can experience Ace 3 in-app via Kid View, a focused view that promotes the development of healthy habits by showing the data that matters most, like activity and sleep stats,[11] as well as parent-approved friends, clock faces, avatars and badges. The Ace 3 experience is designed to meet the child privacy standards outlined by law where available, including COPPA in the United States and GDPR in Europe.

With an easy setup process using a parents Fitbit Family account, families can work together to pair Ace 3 with Android and iOS devices so kids can get moving quickly. Kids with their own smartphones will be able to receive call notifications directly on-wrist to stay connected to their parents, family and friends.[12] Once set up and fully charged, Ace 3 allows kids to spend less time charging and more time moving with the confidence of Ace 3’s day battery life of more than a week.[13]

Fitbit Ace 3 is available for pre-order today at and will be available at major retailers in Singapore such as Best Denki, Challenger, Courts, E-Gadget, Gain City, Harvey Norman, online at Amazon and Fitbit’s Official Store on Lazada and Shopee from 29 March 2021. Ace 3 retails for SGD $118 with classic, comfortable and secure silicone bands, featuring a bumper design to withstand spills and tumbles, in Black with a Sport Red clasp or Cosmic Blue with an Astro Green clasp.

[1] Launch of The Singapore Integrated 24-Hour Activity Guidelines. KKH-led survey. 8 January 2021,

[2] Animated clock faces require more frequent charging.

[3] Minions accessory bands sold separately.

[4] Animated clock faces require more frequent charging.

[5] Sold separately

[6] Battery life varies with use and other factors.

[7] Water resistant up to 50M.

[8] Launch of The Singapore Integrated 24-Hour Activity Guidelines. KKH-led survey. 8 January 2021,

[9] Daily active minutes goal is automatically set to 60 minutes per the CDC’s recommendation of daily physical activity for kids. Daily step goal is automatically set to 10,000. Division of Nutrition, Physical Activity, and Obesity, U.S. National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans, 2nd Edition, 2018.

[10]  Animated clock faces require more frequent charging.

[11]Ace 3 includes a heart rate sensor that is not activated. 

[12] When phone is nearby.

[13] Up to 8 days of battery life; varies with use and other factors.

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