One of the many things that makes TickTalk different from other children’s smartwatches are the hours involved in research, design, and testing. We work diligently to ensure our products are tested against a multitude of possible scenarios kids can get into with a product they’ll be using on a daily basis. Drops? Splashes? Shocks? Stickiness? You name it, we’ve probably tested it. So how does it work?
The World’s Largest Battery Capacity In A Children’s Smartwatch
We listened closely to customer feedback on battery life on our past generations TickTalks and addressing a longer battery life for the TickTalk 4 was one of our top priorities. We increased our capacity from a 680mAh to 1,000mAh battery, making it the largest battery in a children’s smartwatch in the world. This improved our average watch battery life to approximately 60 hours under normal usage and over 100 hours of standby time.
While personal results will vary depending on your location, cellular coverage, feature usage, and many other factors, we’ve been pleased that the majority of our customers have experienced vastly improved battery life compared to past generations
IP67 Water Resistance
Your TickTalk comes with IP67 water resistance to protect from minor splashes and spills. While our watches are not fully waterproof, we are consistently testing ways to redesign our watch hardware and internal structure to be more resistant to water exposure to give you the most durable experience possible.
Drop-Proof, Shock-Proof Technology
We included drop and shock-proof technology on the TickTalk 4 to protect from drops, bumps, and overall oops (which will definitely happen).
Optimized External Structure
We completely redesigned our watch’s external structure to be more durable than past generations. We added a raised rubber shell to protect your screen from shattering and included 5 additional frequency bands to improve national cellular coverage.
Learn more about durability with our video!