Introducing dokiWatch, the world’s most advanced kids’ smartwatch.
Doki is an IoT startup specialising in developing connected devices and technology for children 5 years and older.
dokiWatch made its debut at CES 2016 in January and according to Zignal Labs, “dokiWatch was one of the most talked about wearables at CES 2016” as it anticipated the needs of families who want to stay connected, but whose children may not yet be ready for the responsibilities of a smartphone.
dokiWatch uses a combination of GPS, GSM and Wi-Fi technology to allow parents to accurately track their child’s location. It also has an Emergency SOS Mode for children to send immediate alerts to parents whenever there is an emergency.
With the eminent growth of the Internet of Thing (IoT), the dokiWatch advances children’s smart wearables by bringing together the following features on one device:
- Video calling: See your child anytime and anywhere with the touch of a button.
- Voice Calling: Make and receive calls from a preset list of contacts.
- Messaging: Send and receive voice messages and one-way text messages.
- Smart Locator: Track your child’s location using a combination of GPS, GSM and Wi-fi technology.
- SOS: dokiWatch sends immediate SOS alerts, recording and location status to preset contacts.
- Geofence/Alert Area: Receive notifications when your child enters or leaves a preset location.
- Class mode: Remotely deactivate your child’s dokiWatch at set times such as during class.
- Fitness Tracking: Fun activity goals encourage kids to stay active and healthy.
Wareable touted “it certainly doesn’t miss a tick on the feature list.” dokiWatch has also been featured on Engadget, Trusted Reviews, Slash Gear, among many other publications.
Not only does dokiWatch have a comfortable, sleek, kid-approved design, it also includes fun interactive features for kids. The electronic pet, or “dokiPet”, doubles as a fitness tracker with dokiWatch’s built-in accelerometer to encourage kids to stay active and healthy, making dokiWatch a useful tool for parents who want to see their kids using technology in a positive way. Kids can also earn fun achievement badges based on their steps, distance, and calories burned.