(as of Oct 06,2020 10:02:03 UTC – Details)
KidiZoom® Smartwatch DX2 is the perfect tech for kids. It’s kid-friendly, reliable and lets kids take quality pictures and videos, play games and tell time right out of the box. Featuring a stylish design, the secure and durable watch is sized for kids’ wrists. Two cameras allow kids to capture photos, selfies and action videos that can be customized with funny filters in the Silly Me app and made into watch faces. Choose from 55 digital and analog watch faces that help kids learn to tell time. Includes high-tech games like Monster Detector, which uses the camera and AR to help kids find and capture monsters in the real world. Use the motion sensor for active play challenges or to track steps. Parents can safely share photos and videos at their discretion only by uploading them to a computer using the included micro-USB cable. Free games, watch faces and camera effects are available from Learning Lodge®. Memory expands with a microSD card (not included). This multifunction smartwatch is like Mom and Dad’s, designed just for kids and is available in multiple colors (sold separately). Intended for ages 4+ years. Battery included. Only charge this device using the included Micro-USB cable connected to a computer. Do not charge using a third-party adapter.
Stylish, kid-friendly design; secure, splash proof wristband is perfectly sized for kids’ wrists
Take quality videos, pictures and selfies, customize them with funny filters and make them into watch faces
Monster Detector game creates an AR experience where you capture monsters in the real world; motion sensor included for active play challenges, pedometer and sound effects
Parents can safely share photos and videos at their discretion only by uploading them to a computer; free games, watch faces and camera effects available from Learning Lodge; memory expands with a microSD card (not included)
Intended for ages 4+ years; battery included; only charge device using the Micro-USB cable connected to a computer; do not charge using a third-party adapter