Health Systems, Personal Health Technology, Workforce Health | By | 03/09/21 | 2 Minute Read

New Fitbit Ace 3™!

We’re excited to announce the launch of our next generation kids device – Fitbit Ace 3™. Ace 3 builds on the features kids loved most about Ace 2 with new animated clock faces1, customizable accessories2, and up to 8 days of battery life3 all in a kid-friendly, swimproof design4. Ace 3 safeguards kids’ privacy via parental controls, and the Fitbit family account5 lets parents review their kids’ activity and sleep habits to encourage healthy behavior. 

Help your population get fit and stay active by including the whole family. Whether it’s activity, nutrition, sleep, or how we feel — we tend to take on the habits and mannerisms of those closest to us — which is why family can be such an integral part to wellbeing.6 Plus, including family-friendly benefits in your organization’s wellness ecosystem can provide tangible benefit to both your population and your business7, like: 

  • Reduction in stress
  • Increased retention and productivity
  • Improved diversity and inclusion

Support, engage, and motivate your population and their families with Fitbit Ace 3!

1 –  Animated clock faces require more frequent charging.
2 –  Sold separately.
3 –  Battery life varies with use and other factors.
4 –  Water resistant to 50M.
5 – Device only works with a Fitbit family account.
6 – Redford, G., 6 Expert-Recommended Ways to Raise Healthy Kids. April 5 2018, Fitbit Blog. Retrieved from
7 – Family-Friendly & Wellness SHRM Employee Benefits Report, June 2019. Retrieved from

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