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Omron HJ109E Vital Steps Pedometer

by Omron

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  • Step counter
  • Calorie counter
  • 7 day weekly memory
  • Aerobic mode
  • 24 hour clock
  • Distance indication in KM
  • Belt clip

Product details

  • Boxed-product Weight: 41 g
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  • Manufacturer reference: HJ-109-E
  • ASIN: B00020Q20U
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 1 Jan 2004
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (25 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 116,357 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Product Description

Product Description

The new Omron HJ109 brings together the best of Omron's pedometers, HJ105 and HJ104.

Manufacturer's Description

Simply clip this easy to use pedometer to your waist and you're off! It really is as simple as that..

Provided by Fitbug, the Step Track Advanced will count your steps and calculate distance & calories, 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 Advanced 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 e-mail. 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.


Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

3.5 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

50 of 51 people found the following review helpful By Doctor Nelmes on 24 Mar 2008
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I Bought one for my wife after reading the mainly positive reviews. Generally easy to use, but I agree with the other comments made about setting it up from the instructions. We have had two previous pedometers, by different manufactures, both of which were far from straightforward to use. On that basis the Omron scores well.

The perceived quality is cheapish - hard, thin plastic. The display is nice and clear and basic function displays are stepped through with ease. I always think that a well designed product should be intuitive to use and this comes close (once it's been set up for the first time).

Accuracy is an issue with one reviewer, however, we have compared it to a measured route off an OS Map and it came out to within about 1/10 mile over roughly 6 miles. I rate that as very impressive given the latitude for initial set-up error. Based on these observations I would recommend one.
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56 of 58 people found the following review helpful By John G on 20 Sep 2007
I have used these pedometers for over 5 years and as a GP recommend them to patients. They have also been used in national health promotion schemes. They are easy to set up, discrete and fairly durable (they don't like water!). The battery lasts well and the display is good. I like the seven day memory which encourages you to try to get a sequence of 7 days of >10000 steps. Sometimes easier said than done. They have come down in price and are now a good value buy at about £8.60. Get one - they're good value and do get most people walking more!
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By D. Brady on 29 Dec 2008
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I measured two miles on my bike odometer and walked it twice to compare the step count. I was astonished to find that there was only a nine step difference in a 4,700 step walk in each direction.

Getting the sensitivity set initially is the main thing.... and it appears not to need further adjustments so far.

Great bit of equipment and so cheap...
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136 of 144 people found the following review helpful By ab..c VINE VOICE on 25 Feb 2006
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Hi
As part of a long-term commitment to shed weight and become fitter, I have undertaken a diet based on 'Weight watchers' and with exercise of walking with the dog for company.
When I opened the packet, the device is small, the size of inkjet printer cartridge. The instruction sheet looked like the requirement for the 'tower of Babel'. The explanatory sheet in comparison is huge with too many languages. I just treated it like a 'clock' type device and it was easy to set up. You set it for your stride, weight, time and it gives results of 'strides walked' and distances and kcalories. It has a memory to record the efforts and to allow settings to be set. The battery will last for around 12 months. And oddly, the device cannot be turned off.
To my surprise, I am walking further than I thought, and as I attempt to walk 6 days a week. It indicates at least 9128 strides per walk. Not exactly the 10,000 recommended by the Department of Health, but its reassuring I am going in the approved direction.
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18 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Suze on 18 Nov 2008
I have had this for 4 days and still can't calibrate it, before you ask I can count to 100 which is more than this pedometer can. The readings varied between 180 & 140 on average. On one attempt I did get it to 104 so I thought OK, about 1/2 hour later on my walk I thought I'd just check it was still somewhere near accurate - I counted 500 but when I checked the readout it said I'd done 873. I've tried every day so far but no joy, today after counting 1400 steps trying to get it right, I thought it would be easier to count the whole walk and so put it in my pocket. (Yesterday it said I did nearly 8000 at work - this would have been very impressive but I sit at a desk most of the day!!!)
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Trevs112 on 20 May 2009
Got this almost a month now and does exactly what it says with a few other handy features such as calorie counting etc...

If you are looking for a basic pedometer to count your steps with a few added extras...then look no further

Enjoy.....
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Chris on 11 Feb 2009
I have been using this item for a few days now. The accuracy goes up and down by as much as 50% It can be very disheartening when you not sure how well you've done and what's the point of wearing one if it's not accurate?
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By D on 27 April 2009
Omron HJ-109-E Active Steps Advanced Pedometer
I bought this to help me with my running to easily measure my distance outside. I've set it up according to the instructions and it's now ready to go! I found the instructions easy to follow - all languages are all on one big sheet, so you have to skip through to the English sections for each bit, but each section has a title header, so I found it easy to follow. It has a clip for your belt but also a little hole in the clip so you can attach a cord to make sure you don't lose it. Seems to work fine, I just need to get outside and go for a few runs now to start logging my data! I like the 7 day feature so you can look back over a few days. It's quite small and discreet and feels good quality compared to some I've seen. It has a flip front so the screen is protected. I'm impressed so far! Good value for money.
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