If you feel your kid is not ready for a smartphone, a smartwatch might be the best option available!

When phones look like a tricky choice, GPS smartwatches might come through for you and your child.

Nishita Gupta
Nishita Gupta January 4, 2023
Updated 2023/01/05 at 7:56 AM

Smartwatches and smartphones are probably technology’s greatest inventions, and both come with their own benefits. Nonetheless, for a little kid, all these devices may be a little too overwhelming. Along with being costly and having some security issues, they might meddle too much with your child’s overall concentration and development. 

However, a child, after a certain age needs his/her own devices, especially in these times when the world is moving faster and growing more unsafe.

Hence, when phones look like a tricky choice, GPS smartwatches might come through for you and your child.

  •  They Offer Smart Phone-like Features

Along with their calling and texting capacity, GPS smartwatches offer pretty much the same features as a smartphone. Features include music listening, health tracking, and calendars, to name a few. Additionally, you can also connect your kid’s smartwatch with a plethora of other smart systems, including your smart home devices. 


  •  They Are Stylish

Unlike a smartphone, a smartwatch lets your kid sport different styles. You can attach it with different wristbands for an ever-changing look, style, and mood, works especially for kids who get bored easily. Doing this with a smartphone will cost you a limb!


  • They Give You Access to Parental Controls

In addition to being traceable and having safety features, a kids’ smartwatch allows you to set parental controls. You can with a touch of a few buttons control who can contact your child and vice versa to ensure they are safe. You can even limit their accessibility to the internet.


  • Smartwatches Introduce Kids to Technology Without The Hazards

These devices help kids know about tech through straightforward, easy-to-use visuals. Kids can learn to send and get texts from you and others on their pre-authorized contacts. They can always call if they need you and can talk with friends. And of course, you can limit usage by certain hours or time restrictions, so your kids won’t be texting their friends instead of doing homework.


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