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TRIAXIS PEDOMETER W USB

by Omron

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  • Connect via usb to omronfitness.com and track goals by week/month/year, share personal bests with friends or family, earn badges for achievements
  • Accessible on pc & mac desktop/laptop computers; viewable on tablets & smart phones
  • Accurate; unlike other pedometers that use a pendulum design, this product features smart sensor technology so it won't miscount steps
  • Tri Axis Technology: Position your pedometer where it's most comfortable - on your hip, in a pocket or bag
  • Five Tracking Modes: Track steps, aerobic "brisk" steps, pitch "average number of aerobic steps per minute", calories and distance

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OMRON HJ-323U TRI-AXIS PEDOMETER WITH USB PLUG

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Weight455 Grams
BrandOmron
  
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ASINB008QK3R2O
Best Sellers Rank 106,950 in Health & Personal Care (See top 100)
Shipping Weight68 g
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Date First Available24 Jun 2013
  
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Decent little product, works fine in my jeans pocket and in my messenger bag. The interface seems easy to understand, you just have to remember that it won't upload any particular day's information on that date, which is a bit of a pain in the neck. Be sure to have weight, height and stride distance information on hand for setting it up, I didn't have this and so set up took a little more work than necessary.
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81 of 86 people found the following review helpful
Good, but it really needs a "Pause" button 6 Jan 2013
By N. Krumpe - Published on Amazon.com
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Overall, I have found this to be a motivating, easy-to-use pedometer. Here's what I like about the device, followed by a brief explanation of why it really needs a pause button:

1) Setup was simple. For a device that has only three buttons on it, Omron did a nice job of making it easy to enter my height, weight, stride length, and the date and time. The included directions are brief and to the point. I am confident that a non-tech-savvy user would be comfortable getting started.

2) The online functionality was also easy to set up. Basically, the steps are signing up for a free account with Omron, and then downloading and installing a "driver" to connect the device to the online service. I suppose this could be tricky if you are not used to downloading and installing software. On my Mac, the download was a .dmg file that I needed to double-click and then drag to my apps folder. Once installed, the software is "triggered" whenever I plug the pedometer into the computer's USB port.

3) It's easy to track my progress. I like that I can, at any point in the day, look at the pedometer and see an estimate of steps taken, calories burned, and distance walked. The device also keeps track of about 3 weeks of daily data, so I can scroll through it and compare my walking over time. The online functionality is a nice way to track as well, because it keeps ALL my history...not just the last 3 weeks.

Having said all that, there is one problem that might be a deal-breaker for some walkers. Yesterday, I took a 5-hour road trip with the device in my pocket. I found that it counted roughly 1000 steps, even though I was sitting in a car. I wish there were a way to shut it off, but there isn't. I could remove the battery, but that requires a screwdriver. There is a sequence of button presses that can erase data, but it erases ALL data (including height, weight, etc.) The manual warns that the pedometer may give inaccurate results due to riding in a car, but offers no workaround. As someone who sometimes bikes to work, I imagine that I will run into similar problems.

The lack of a pause feature means that if I keep this with me all day long (which is how I would LIKE to use it), I won't be able to trust the results. If you only intend to use this during your daily walks, then I would certainly recommend this. But if the device will be with you when you are riding in a vehicle, you might need to look for another option.
17 of 17 people found the following review helpful
Interesting Data - What Can I Do With It? - WITH UPDATE 8 Jan 2013
By S. Rudge - Published on Amazon.com
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UPDATE 12/6/13: In my original comments I mentioned the data may not be very useful to me. I would like to amend that. I started reusing this when I tried to pay more attention to calories in vs. calories out. This handy little device which sits in your pocket gives you an accurate reading of calories you burn in everyday life which are normally pretty hard to keep track of. If you keep track of the calories you are eating, this thing makes it real easy to get back into balance if you need to if you are concerned about calories. I am increasing the review from 4 stars to 5 stars.

ORIGINAL COMMENTS: If you are looking for a pedometer that is convenient to use, has excellent features and support and is consistent with its results then the "Omron HJ-323USB Pedometer" is one you should consider.

I have actually been pretty pleased with the data this little device collects. After you input your height and weight and the distance of your average step, it will measure steps, calories burned, etc. It will show you 7 days worth of information and allows you to connect to a computer via a USB port to input that information into a snazzy little program which mashes it all together and gives you a look at...how many steps you have taken.

I love the design of the pedometer, you just switch it on and drop it in your pocket and forget it. It is powered by a watch battery and Omron does include a little screwdriver to remove the battery cover (good luck keeping track of that). The best thing about it is it makes it very easy to continue to accumulate data, day after day. I will update this review if I ever figure out what exactly to do with this data.

Realistically, it's not going to measure precisely every step you take because during the course of the day, you may make other movements which the pedometer records as steps. It may (as some other reviewers noted) not keep an exact count, unless you are doing pure, simple walking. To me these things are not important as long as the device itself is consistent in its data recording day after day and you are able to measure steps reliably relative to other days recorded on the same device. For this it works very well. If you are going to compare it to readings taken from another device then, obviously, there will be inconsistencies.

I very much like the idea of a pedometer and I'm sure there is some practical application or program which makes the data useful, but at the moment about the only thing I know is whether or not I have taken more steps today than yesterday. I do like to walk very long distances, but the only real information I care about is miles and speed and I know that stuff ahead of time.
38 of 45 people found the following review helpful
Easy to Use- Accuracy in Doubt! 30 Dec 2012
By D_shrink - Published on Amazon.com
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Let me say that I have several pedometers and compared two models both made by Omron. I compared the reviewed model with an older model HJ-720ITFFP also internet recordable that I have had since last summer. They essentially are the same with the newer model easier to use because you simply pull off an end cap and plug it into your computer USB port, after you have first established an account which is quick and easy.

Although not totally scientific, let me describe how I tested each model. I wore one on one hip and the other model on the other hip for two days, rotating each model every several hours in case my stride length was off. I walked inside and outside. What I noticed was a vast divergence in results. The new model showed approximately 10% fewer steps walked, but only 75% of the distance walked, and only 20% of the calories burned. Since both products are made by the same company, I would ask how can this be, and which pedometer is the more accurate and how accurate is that. Checking some of the walked distances with a car odometer, I would think the older model is more accurate, but I wouldn't swear to that. Since I would expect a discrepancy of 5% or less with products supposedly measuring the same things made by the same company and the discrepancy is far greater than that I can only give it an average grade of 3 STARS. But since most people are going to be interested in relative measurements rather than absolute ones, I would think either model is fine. I also compared both models with an Ozeri 4X Razor and each gave lesser measurement than the Ozeri, and all were set for the same body dimensions. I hope this helps those considering any of these products, which all worked as described but did not match each other.
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Nice to have USB connection ability instead of wifi or bluetooth 31 Aug 2013
By RobynsWorld - Published on Amazon.com
DISCLOSURE: I am an online tester of the Omron Tri-Axis Pedometer and received it for free. Opinions are my own.

I have used this pedometer for the past month in a challenge to try and make 10,000 steps a day (much harder than you would think). One of the benefits of this devices is that you connect via USB to transfer your data. While there are plenty of devices that do this over wifi or bluetooth, not everyone has a smartphone to use those methods. Most folks have access to a USB port though and they can easily upload the data from the pedometer to the OmronFitness.com site and track their progress.

The pedometer will store your data for 22 days and display 7 days worth at a time. There is a little T that appears on the screen reminding you to transfer your data also.

Before you start using the pedometer you measure your stride length and enter it into the device so that it accurately records your steps. Obviously someone who is 6'6" is going to have a different stride length than someone 5'2". This made it a more accurate count of steps I think.

The price is $49.99 which I think is a good value

I like that it counts steps whether it is flat, vertical or horizontal. The cheap pedometers do not do this. While I am loosing weight, I do still have a tummy and if I put a pedometer on my waistband of my pants there is a chance it will get rolled over a bit. With the cheap pedometers it stops counting, with this Omron pedometer it kept counting. I also actually wore it inside the center of my bra on several days - if you have big boobs this is an option, not so sure if you have a smaller chest.

The cap on the USB plug definitely stays on tight, which is good, but it is a bit hard to actually get off when you want it off.
There is a clip that slides around the pedometer to attach it to your waistband, bra, etc. Nice to have, but I had several occasions where the pedometer slid out of the little holster. It needs to be a tighter fit.

The display is easy to read

You can have friends connected with you on the Omron website and you can easily share via Twitter and Facebook.

You can turn off showing weight in your public profile!

The Omron pedometer seems very sturdy. I dropped it multiple times over the month and ran into things and bumped it (I'm a bit of a klutz these days) and there does not seem to be any visible wear or tear on it even.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
NO SUPPORT- upload A JOKE 22 Oct 2013
By J. Calhoun - Published on Amazon.com
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Forget about pedometers that upload data to a web site. This is the second brand I've tried. This DOES NOT upload after setting up an account, and when I submitted a support ticket, I never got an email back, so the ticket was never submitted. No way to contact them. Save your money- get a free pedometer and write the number of steps down each day. This is a waste of money. (Macbook Pro- supposed to be compatible). I don't understand how it got good ratings. The pedometer is as good as the free ones, but the USB port does not work.
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