Watchitude’s Glow Watch Brings a Dazzling Multicolor LED Light Show to Your Wrist

Glow Watch

Be ready for kids and grownups to take a second look at your wrist as the Glow Watch emerges as the newest fashionable accessory. Watchitude, known for creative, vibrant, and exciting watches for kids ages 4 to 12 years old, offers something truly extraordinary – a wristwatch that projects a dazzling multicolor LED light show. With so many playful patterns, it might be hard to choose just one!


Watchitude, as its name implies, has been setting fashion trends for kids since it first introduced colorful slap watches almost a decade ago. Today the company boasts eight unique watch brands with Glow being the brightest of all! The transparent watch casing has built-in LED lights and features a Japanese movement, so kids won’t miss the school bus or be late for practice.


“I am in love with this watch!” wrote one reviewer about his Super Stars LED Light Up Watch. “You push the button once and flashes through a pattern of different colors.”


Watchitude knows that kids can get messy (and dare we say klutzy?) so they created these watches to be plunge proof. The water-resistant Glow Watch can withstand showering, bathing, and shallow water swimming if one forgets to take it off. From Deep Space and Black Ops to Sassy Sequins and Cotton Candy, there are close to three dozen patterns to choose from. Each watch makes a wonderful birthday, holiday or good report card present that’s unexpected. The glow on their face will match the glow emanating from their wrist!


Buyers and retailers who visited the various Winter 2024 toy fairs nationally and globally were wowed by Watchitude’s Glow Watch line. Find them in specialty stores and online now at


Glow Watch • Ages 4+ • $22 – A flick of the wrist will look more like a flash when the embedded LED lights display bright colors. Available in an incredible assortment of patterned silicone bands. Glow In the Dark hands makes this an instant wow purchase!


The Glow Watch line joins seven other Watchitude favorites – Tag’d, Slap, Steps, Marker, Signature, Move 2 and Slap Digital.


Headquartered in New Brunswick, NJ, the art-meets-toy business began with co-founders Dan and Albert Hakim in the college town of Rutgers University. Centrally located between clients and the showrooms of New York City, the company burst on the scene in 2015 with about 100 quirky designs from frosted donuts to animal prints on funky slap-on wrist watches.