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The best smartwatches for kids

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With smartwatches seemingly everywhere these days, it makes sense for kids to have one of their own. Not only do they allow parents to stay connected when their kids are at school or with friends, but they also let kids take advantage of the technology smartwatches have to offer. From tracking activity to parental control options and more, the best smartwatch for kids has never been easier to find.

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What are the best smartwatches for kids?

Let's take a look at some of the best smartwatches for kids, so you can find the perfect fit.

Gabb Watch 3

The newest version of the Gabb Watch is the Gabb Watch 3, which comes on the heels of the sold out Gabb Watch 2. The Gabb Watch 3 comes with a parent-controlled lock so kids can't use it at school, and has call and text features for when they're ready for a ride home. Parents can also use it to track their child's location and manage contacts, and it's water-resistant for those unpredictable spills. It's available for $149.

VTech Kidizoom Smartwatch DX3

The VTech Kidizoom Smartwatch DX3 is a great budget option at $72.99. It comes with built-in games, a camera for phots and videos, and preset text message options that allow kids to communicate with other watch users. There's no GPS capability, so if you're looking to track your kid, this might not be the best option, however for the price it gets the job done.

Apple Watch SE

Of course, no smartwatch list is complete without an Apple Watch, and our pick for kids is the Apple Watch SE. Although it's not as catered toward kids as the other watches on this list, if you have a teenager who already has a smartphone and wants a watch for increased communication, the Apple Watch SE offers everything you could want. If you pay more for the cellular version, the watch will automatically call 911 if your child is involved in an accident or isn't responsive. The cellular version costs $305, while the non-cellular version is $250.

Garmin Bounce

The Garmin Bounce comes with some of the best battery life on this list, with up to two days when all the tracking features are enabled, and almost double that without them. Of course, as a parent you'll want to have GPS tracking on, and the Garmin Bounce also offers an Assistance feature which sends a message with live tracking to your kid's contacts if they need help. Your kid can also use the watch to track their activity, sleep, and more, all for $150.

Angel Watch

The Angel Watch is a no-frills smartwatch that lets you keep in touch with your kids without allowing them to get distracted by the entertainment options that come with most smartwatches. In fact, the app store only has five options. You can add up to 10 contacts, and an SOS feature lets you designate an emergency contact that your kid can call at the touch of a button if they need help. There's also 90 hours of battery life, all for $189.

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Kim Miller is the Head of Marketing at Mulberry. She is passionate about building products and brands that make consumers happy, save them money and make their lives easier. Have an innovative idea for Mulberry you'd like to share? Give her a shout! She'd love to chat about anything from fintech and UX to gardening and antiquing.

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