Fitness is now fun and rewarding with ETURBO – the world’s first fitness wearable connected to a virtual playground for kids. With accurate step and heart-rate measurements ETURBO rewards all your real world movements with life in a safe kid-friendly digital world.
The Elanation eTurbo has been created for 5-12 year-olds and doesn’t have GPS and calorie-counting functionality but it does keep track of steps and heart rate.
It’s a modern problem: it didn’t exist a generation ago, let alone a decade ago. How do you get kids to get up and be active in a world full of technology temptations?
The customised sports equipment pureplay have partnered with Westfield’s, and a host of other successful online startups, to open its first physical store this Friday.
Fill this year’s Santa stocking full of fitness and virtual playground fun with ETURBO. As the world’s only kids fitness wearable which syncs with a safe (no photo sharing or GPS tracking functionalities), kid-friendly and fun online world ETURBO rewards all real world exercise with virtual world fun. Priced at $129.00, ETURBO will be available on November 24 from www.elanation.com
It says in the terms and conditions that to use a normal fitness wearable, the user must be 13+ years of age. This is to help keep kids safe because of location and other data collected by the units. So KATHERINE PACE has created a fitness wearable that is completely safe for kids to use and it’s called the E-Turbo. We got the scoop on it this morning.
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