SPACETALK a safe device for kids
Written by engage on October 17, 2019
At what age is it appropriate for your child to get their first mobile phone?
There is much to consider – as well as the connectivity benefits, there are also concerns about open access to the internet, social media, online bullying and getting into mischief with the phone’s camera.
But what if there was one product that offered all the good stuff, but none of the nasty? Presenting… the SPACETALK watch, the only smartphone you need to consider for your child’s first device.
Designed locally in Adelaide for kids aged five to twelve, the SPACETALK watch is a mobile phone, fitness tracker and GPS locator all-in-one. Your child will always be contactable with a SPACETALK watch on their wrist – it even has a dedicated SOS button if your child ever gets into trouble.
Using the paired AllMyTribe mobile phone app, parents can predefine from whom the watch will make or accept calls and texts, and request instant GPS location updates so they can always know where their child is.
As well as being packed with features that parents need, SPACETALK is also loved by kids. It comes with kid-friendly features like a step counter, stopwatch, torch and reward stars, a unique feature where parents can reward their children for good behaviour and completing tasks.
If you’re worried about such a cool device becoming a distraction to learning, SPACETALK also comes with School Mode. Parents can specify time periods in which the watch will be silent, as well as which features remain active during School Mode.
For more info visit spacetalkwatch.com