Best Kids’ Watches

Best Smart Watch For Boys: Timex Digital Military Edition

Timex digital military edition is one of the most popular smart watches for boys. It comes in two different models – the regular model and the tactical model.

Both models are equipped with GPS capabilities. They have a large LCD screen, which displays various functions such as time, date, weather forecast etc.. The watch has a built-in speaker, microphone and vibrating alarm function. You can use it to make calls or listen to music. The watch has a battery life of up to five days and can be charged using the included USB cable. There is no need for any external power source.

The watch features a stainless steel case, which is water resistant up to 50 meters and dustproof up to 1 meter. It has a black color with silver colored hands and markers.

The watch is available in three different colors; white, blue and red.

It has a button at the top of the watch face to turn on/off the light sensor. When turned on, it will flash when the wearer turns his head towards it.

You can easily change its band from day to night by pressing a single button located at the bottom of the watch face. It comes in three sizes; small (S), medium (M) and large (L).

Pros

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The watch can receive various types of notifications from your phone which include calls, messages, social media updates, calendar alerts and more.

It has a built-in compass, barometer and thermometer.

The backlight turns on automatically when you turn your wrist towards you and turns off when you turn your wrist away from you.

The watch vibrates to alert you of any incoming notifications. This helps save the battery life.

The watch is water resistant up to 50 meters and dustproof up to 1 meter. That means it can easily handle light rain and even a splash of water.

You can use the app Find My Phone to ring your phone even if its on silent.

You can easily recharge the watch using the included USB cable. It takes around 1-2 hours to fully charge it.

Cons

The watch is quite bulky and may not fit under tight clothing. You also need to wear it relatively high on your wrist.

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You can only use it to make outgoing calls. You cannot receive calls from the watch.

The GPS is not very accurate. It may take a while for the coordinates to show up on your map.

The watch comes with an instruction manual, USB charging cable and a pouch.

Best Smart Watch For Kids: Letou Kids Smart Watch

The Letou Kids Smart Watch comes in four different colors; red, green, purple and orange. It has a 1.3 inch OLED display, which is bright and easy to read.

It can be used to show the time in either 12 hour or 24 hour format and has a hidden screen lock button to prevent accidental button presses. The watch is powered by a standard MicroUSB cable and has a working voltage of 3.7V and a working current of 40mA. It is powered by an ATMEGA2560 chip and a 16M byte AT25DF321E flash memory.

The watch has a speaker and a microphone and can play music from your phone. It has a built-in pedometer and an exercise reminder that encourages kids to be more active.

The watch also comes with a range of colorful straps so your kid can change the look of their watch whenever they want to.

Pros

The watch is compatible with both Apple and Android phones.

The OLED display is easy to read.

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The watch comes with a range of bright colored straps so your kid can change the look of their watch whenever they want to.

It has a built-in speaker and microphone so your kid can play music from their watch.

The watch has a range of different features that will keep your kids engaged.

It has an abundance of positive reviews on Amazon.

Sources & references used in this article:

Helping Kids Achieve Their Best: Understanding and Using Motivation in the Classroom (revised edition) by DM McInerney – 2006 – books.google.com

The kids market: Myths and realities by R Shore – 2002 – Beacon Press

We’re friends, right?: Inside kids’ culture by JU McNeal, JU McNeal – 1999 – books.google.com