The Kurio Watch just keeps getting better and better.

The next generation of the Kurio Watch smartwatch for kids arrives this holiday season from KD Interactive. The Kurio Watch 2.0 is an updated version of last year’s real working smartwatch. This one offers even more features, customization options, and fun for kids who are looking to have a smartwatch just like Mom or Dad. Some of the new features include the ability to customize the watch screen with photos; an expanded selection of fun photo filters and frames; scratch resistant and splash proof protection, and more.

Another new feature of the Kurio Watch 2.0 is that it comes with interchangeable wrist bands. (I know that this was a super cool feature for me of the Fitbit I just bought, so kids will love it, too!) For example, my Kurio Watch 2.0 came with a blue wristband, but also included a color-changing wristband that changed from red to orange. Not only are the new wristbands cool, they’re super easy to swap out, so kids can change their bands to match their style. Kurio Watch 2.0 comes in blue (with red to orange band), pink (with purple to blue band), lavender (with red to pink band), black (with orange to yellow band), and white (with gray to blue band). Additional bands are sold separately, including pink and blue camo bands.

Just like the original watch, Kurio Watch 2.0 comes loaded with games that kids can play solo or with a friend, such as Tic Tac Toe and Pirates Battle. Kids can connect their watches for play on two screens, or they can play together on one device. Motion games such Snake and Ninja Roll use precise wrist movements for play, and keep kids a bit more active than just staring at a screen and tapping. Kurio Watch 2.0 features 20 total apps for kids to choose from.

One of the coolest features of the Kurio Watch is the watch-to-watch messaging via Bluetooth. This feature lets kids share texts, emojis, drawings, voice recordings, and photos, within a safe distance. Even better: Friends and family can download the Kurio Watch Messenger app on any Android device and send messages to a kids’ Kurio Watch. Parents can also connect the Kurio Watch 2.0 to their Android or iOS smartphone and it becomes a fun way for kids to take hands-free phone calls (with no additional phone plan required).

(Takes a deep breath) But that’s not all! The Kurio Watch 2.0 also features a front-facing camera that is the perfect way to take selfies, make videos, or use fun photo filters. Plus, it includes tools that you’d expect to see on a grown-up’s smartwatch, such as a calculator, calendar, and reminders.

To provide parents with comfort, Kurio Watch also has an “In Case of Emergency” app that lets parents enter emergency medical and contact information.

All in all, the Kurio Watch 2.0 is a kid-safe way to have the same techy gadgets as Mom and Dad, without the high-cost.

Kurio Watch 2.0 will be available this fall.