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What the community says about VTech Kidizoom DX
- "I recently bought the VTech Kidizoom Smartwatch DX for the birthday of a friend of mine, and he really liked it! This smartwatch, made by Vtech, has common functions like alarm, timer and stopwatch, but also a camera with photo effects, a video camera, voice recorder, calculator and even calendar: a small office on your wrist! I suggest it to everyone!"
- "The VTech Kidizoon Smartwach DX was a perfect gift for my grandson (age 5). He loves it. He uses it as a tracker, but also to play games and an alarm. VTech is a great company when it comes to kids technology and I highly recommend this wearable smartwatch. The kids (and grownups) will really appreciate it."
- "Barely 6 months old and it has completely stopped working, contacted customer support for VTECH and they state it's inoperable and only has a 3 month warranty! Then tells me to use their partners to purchase another....REALLY!!???!?!?"
- "- Polar has FREE training routines (5k, 10k, half-marathon, full marathon, etc.) that you can subscribe to by setting your target race day, start date, and # of times/week you want to train. Apps like Endomondo or MapMyRun charge for these types of features. During the non-running days, you have things like Strength training where they run through a video guided workout with a countdown timer. You may decide to do your own Strength training regimen, but for a newbie, this would probably be great. And they don't require any special equipment for the Level 1 track. I haven't reviewed all of the different levels so not sure about Level 2 or 3. "