When I reviewed the TickTalk 3 in November 2019, I liked the device and how much the company was improving the product, which is why I was excited about a TickTalk 4 review. The companion app has mainly remained the same. However, there have been some new features added specifically for the new watch. The TickTalk 4 now has more feature parity with other best smartwatches for kids. Though, with features like video calling, iHeartRadio Family, and dual-cameras, the TickTalk 4 can stand out in a field that is becoming increasingly crowded and competitive.
This watch differs from the other kid’s smartwatches by not looking like every other watch — adult versions included. The TickTalk 4 is both a significant change from the previous version of the eye and a continuation of what made that device so good. Here are my thoughts after my son and I spent the last few weeks with the device.
The TickTalk 4 is a smartwatch packed with fun features for both kids and parents. From dual-cameras to iHeart Radio integration to DND mode and secure communications, the TickTalk 4 can do almost everything.
- Still no geofencing
- The watch is thick
- Location reporting can still be hit or miss
TickTalk 4: Pricing and Availability
The TickTalk 4 is launching on Kickstarter, March 9 for $150. Like many products on Kickstarter, there will be various tiers for packages, including headphones, chargers, and other TickTalk 4 compatible items. Later, on March 24, the smartwatch will go up for preorder on the TickTalk website for $180.