There are tons of smartwatches available but you can’t just give a random smartwatch to kids because they don’t have to use all the features as we do and that’s the reason why we have dedicated watches built for kids.
The kid’s smartwatches usually come with GPS tracking, games, SIM card support, cameras, and even an SoC button for their safety. So if you’re searching for smartwatches for your kids then you’re in the right place, I’m about to share with you some of the best options, let’s jump into the list.
Turet Kids Phone Smartwatch
The Turet Kids Phone Smartwatch has all the features starting from 4G SIM card support, IP67 rating, GPS tracking, SOS button, chat option, and built-in cameras to click photos.
The watch doesn’t have a video calling option but it does have a calling feature, so you will be able to speak with your kids through the watch.
The Turet offers the SEtracker2 app which is available on iOS as well as on Android where you will be able to track your kids through GPS. By the way, the watch has 290 grams of weight which is a bit bulky but again as this has SIM card support and everything else that’s the reason why it’s a bit bulky.
Now, the GPS works well, it’s not that great but for the price of Rs 4999, one should not complain about it. The Turet Kids Phone Smartwatch has a 1.3-inches display and also, keep in mind that, it only supports Vodafone and Airtel Sim Cards, you won’t able to use the Jio and BSNL SIM cards.
Overall, if you’re looking for a smartwatch for your kids under Rs 5000 then this is the best option you have, it has all the features and more improperly, it has the SOC button which is the key feature.
WatchOut Wearables Next-Gen Kids Smartwatch
This is a bit pricey but it’s worth every single penny. The WatchOut Wearables Next-Gen Kids Smartwatch has a rounded 1.39-inches display, the quality of the display is good, and there won’t be any kind of problem while using the watch outdoors or even under the water as it has an IPX7 rating.
WatchOut also offers an app where you will be able to control the smartwatch and set all kinds of setting for your kids.
It also has a 2MP camera and it can be used to take photos, videos, and even to make video calls. By the way, the watch supports all the SIM cards from Jio to Airtel.
The quality of video calls is also good and the same can be said for the voice calls too. The watch also has all the features starting from 4G SIM card support, IP67 rating, GPS tracking, and even an SOS button.
Overall, if budget is not an issue for you then you should consider the WatchOut Wearables Next-Gen Kids Smartwatch, it has all the features and it also looks good.
Turet Gator Smart Watch for Kids
Last but not the least, we have Turet Gator Smart Watch for Kids, it’s a rugged smartwatch.
By the way, it has all the features starting from 4G SIM card support, IP67 rating, GPS tracking, SOS button, chat option, and built-in cameras to click photos. Yes, it doesn’t have a video calling feature but this is priced at Rs 5499, so one should not complain about it.
As this is the Turet smartwatch, you will have to download the SEtracker2 where you will be able to track your kids through GPS. The GPS works great, there won’t be any kind of issue while tracking the watch or your kid.
The smartwatch will last for 1.5-days depending on what kind of feature you use.
Now, as this is a rugged smartwatch, it can be used for camping or any kind of sports.
Overall, if your kids break almost all gadgets then this could be it, the Turet Gator Smart Watch for Kids won’t break very easily.
I didn’t add tons of smartwatches because I didn’t find any other good smartwatch for kids, now, mention all the smartwatches here are good, you just have to buy them as per your budget and requirement.
Now, if you ask me, if I had a kid then I would go with WatchOut Wearables Next-Gen Kids Smartwatch because it has all the safety features, I know, it is pricey which you will have to keep in mind.
Still, if you have any kind of questions or doubts then do let me know in the comment, I would love to help you out, see you there…