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Did you know that it's recommended that you should take at least 10,000 steps each and every day to stay healthy and help prevent against a variety of health conditions? Do you know how many you take?
Keeping fit is so much more rewarding when you can measure the progress you've made. With the Vital Steps you can build up a record of how much exercise you are getting through walking and and see how your fitness improves over a period of time.
Walking is a great form of exercise, it's low impact on your body but great for your heart and the best part is that all you need is a step counter and then its free.
All Omron step counters come with a 2 year manufacturers warranty
Provided by Fitbug, the Step Track Basic will count your steps and giving you an accurate insight into just how active you really are. Developed by one of the world's leading healthcare manufacturers, the Step Track Basic ensures accuracy, reliability and ease of use.
Are you achieving 10,000 steps a day? Prove it with Step Track online. Most of us don't walk the recommended 10,000 steps a day, however with FREE access to our online self monitoring tool called 'Step Track Lite', you're able to log your steps, view progress graphs and receive a weekly activity report by email. Step Track Lite brings your step data to life and shows how you're getting on by highlighting the progress you're making towards your activity targets. A fantastic motivational tool to help you reach the 10,000 step target.
Functioned as it should, but if clipped to leather belt came of to easily.Published 14 days ago by Steven Harper
Followed instructions precisely, but it simply didn't work Went on a 2 mile walk and it recorded 37 steps.Published 16 days ago by E H J Gould
Wanted basic pedometer a good choice does the job. Goods delivered early.Published 1 month ago by Alan Hornby