Fuhu has launched nabi Compete, a fitness wearable aiming to make health and exercise fun for children. The nabi Compete has a three-month battery sits in a

Wearable launched to tackle children’s fitness

Fuhu has launched nabi Compete, a fitness wearable aiming to make health and exercise fun for children

The nabi Compete has a three-month battery, sits inside a wrist-band and has a step counter to track how active the wearer is.

Nabi Compete comes with two bands that link to the Compete mobile app for iOS or Android.

The app, which works over Bluetooth in a 20 foot range, offers both head-to-head contests and collaborative tasks that help kids measure ‘food burn’ and complete challenges while earning pets and other virtual rewards.

To encourage a healthy lifestyle the ‘food burn’ aspect of the app enables children to pick a food they want to burn, and see the calories associated with that item as well as how much activity it takes to burn that food off.



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