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Disney launched a smartwatch for kids

Disney smartwatch

Vodafone partnered with Disney. And launched the Vodafone Neo Disney smartwatch. Vodafone aimed at six to nine-year-olds. Now the watch itself costs $137.00 upfront.

But then because it’s a connected smartwatch. It’s got a built-in e sim that means you’ve also got to pay a subscription charge every month. On top of that, which costs you nine dollars a month for 24 months. Otherwise, if you just want a 12-month subscription, the cost will go up considerably to 16 pounds a month.


The Vodafone neo Disney smartwatch is actually worth it. First up this watch is super durable. It would basically take a nuclear blast to destroy the watch. So it is just about suitable for a small child. It is quite a chunky monkey but that didn’t seem to and it’s quite lightweight as well.

Your child can wear and play in water also. Because you got full ip68 water-resistance as well so they can rock it in the bath. Or take it in the swimming pool whatever they want to do.

But there is only a small number of animated characters you can have on your main watch face. From Disney marvel and star wars but apparently, Vodafone will be expanding this free of charge.

One of the main features that your kid absolutely adores is a 5-megapixel camera. That’s built into the top. So prepare to have your photo taken every five seconds. Usually from a really flattering angle like right up your bloody nostrils or simply a shot of your arse, why not the inner piece is nice and straightforward.

Even for a young in to wrap their heads around a swipe up from that main watch face. You can access the airplane mode, the screen brightness the volume, and see how much battery is remaining.


And then if you swipe all that away you can access all of the main features. There’s quite a lot packed in here as well. As that camera app of course, so for instance, you can set up a schedule for your sprog. Just they know exactly what they’re supposed to be doing at whatever time. There’s a weather app also there so they can dress completely inappropriately. and a calculator so they can cheat on the maths quiz.

Disney smartwatch also has a bit of activity tracking as well. In the case of your kid. This would register about a gazillion steps per day. Of course some kids might not be quite so motivated to tear about the place like a corked-up raccoon. So it could be a good feature to encourage them to get active.

I’ve got to say. Personally, I’d probably prefer some sort of anti-activity feature in the Disney smartwatch. Where it actually rewards them for sitting still for more than 10 sodding minutes. But that’s just me the neo watch also has built-in GPS as well which is particularly handy if you download the Vodafone smart app you can track their position and see exactly where your sprog has buggered off to.

It works pretty well even when they’re indoors, so i guess if you’re one of these modern parents who disapprove of tying their child to a post in the garden, that could come in quite handy.

And one of the best features of the Vodafone neo Disney smartwatch is the messaging feature.

Calling and messaging feature

This allows your child to stay in touch with up to 10 pre-approved contacts. Just allows them to send them little pictures or one of a series of messages that actually comes built into the watch. They can’t actually type out something themselves but this covers all of the basics.

And also means they can’t basically just send you a load of abuse that they’ve learned from their mates on the playground.
And they also have the option of calling you in an emergency as well. And the sound quality was absolutely fine considering it’s just via a smartwatch.


So that is the best Disney Smartwatch ever. So right there in a nutshell. It’s definitely very kid-friendly. Ships at your doors some of the features like the camera tech on the fact you change up the watch faces even though it’s quite a limited number of characters that it supports right now.

Stay Tuned. Hope to catch you in the next one. Peace out to you.

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