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Omron Jog Style Pedometer

by Omron

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  • Jog Mode - Measures your jogging activities
  • Jogging time
  • Jogging distance (in km)
  • Average speed (jog mode)
  • Counts your daily steps
  • Energy consumption (shows kcal burned per day)
  • Fat burned per day in grams
  • 7 Day memory

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  • ASIN: B0040GJ4HU
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 21 Feb 2014
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (75 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,942 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Manufacturer's Description

The Omron Healthcare Jog Style

The new Jog Style is the latest innovation from Omron Healthcare. It has been developed to combine all the elements of a traditional pedometer with the added ability to measure jogging and running activity as well. It is a perfect partner if you are looking to start running and you want to know what your progress is or if you are already a runner but you find that you don’t want to use a heart rate monitor

The Jog Style can be taken with you where ever you go it works as a pedometer tracking your steps and energy used and then with the touch of the start button it begins to record your running information, running time; distance; average speed; and Kcal burned are measured.

The Jog Style is extremely easy to use just input your personal information, weight, height and stride length and the Jog Style does the rest.

For every day use

  • Total daily steps taken
  • Calories burned per day
  • Fat burned per day
  • Distance travelled

In ‘Jog Mode’

  • Jogging Time
  • Jogging Distance
  • Calories burned whilst jogging
  • Fat burned whilst jogging

Jog Style quick start guide

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Customer Reviews

4.1 out of 5 stars

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66 of 67 people found the following review helpful By Chris Hall TOP 100 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 24 Oct 2010
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The Omron Jog Style Activity Monitor utilises the functionality of both a traditional pedometer for daily step counting, with a variety of informative workout monitors for use whilst jogging. Combing the two concepts together allows for a handy exercise monitor that incorporates your day-to-day exercise from walking, with a regular exercise routine. The result is a very good idea of the kcal and fat burned off during an entire day, as well as a good record of how many steps were taken during the 24hr period. With this data, the user can easily monitor their all round exercise levels, making the activity monitor an ideal gadget for maintaining a good exercise schedule and setting challenging but achievable weekly goals.

Once you have plumbed in the necessary physical details of the user (weight, height & stride length), the activity monitor is good to go. For beginners, the monitor estimates your stride length from the data input for your height and weight. The average stride length can be altered at a later stage when the correct figure can be more accurately calculated (details of how to do this are included within the informative instruction manual).

The activity monitor can be easily attached to yourself using the large clip holder that the whole monitor slots into, the smaller strap clip, using the looped strap around your wrist or neck, or by merely popping it into a pocket or bag.
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Curlynob TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 27 Oct 2010
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I'm quickly forming quite a good opinion of Omron products. I just bought my mother-in-law one of their heart monitors and was really impressed with the quality of the product and the clear instructions. This Omron Jog Style Activity Monitor also manages to impress. The instructions are once again clear and it's another good quality product - which to use a famous phrase, does exactly what it says on the tin.

This is a proper Activity Monitor. In addition to the basic functionality you would expect from a pedometer this device will measure the intensity and amount of exercise you do from basic walking to jogging and running. It will tell you how many calories you've burned doing everyday activities and when it comes to a dedicated jogging and or running routine it will tell you your workout time, distance travelled, calories burned and even your average speed.

Before you begin, the device needs a little setting up - Time, Weight Height and Stride Length - which is done by holding down the little set button on the underside. Once this is done you're pretty much ready to go. There is a wrist strap and a sturdy belt clip to attach the unit to your clothing. There is a large clear LCD display and three buttons to navigate your way through the various features and settings - Mode, Start and Memo.

As someone that has just escaped from the confines of the gym to treading the pavements at night, I liked the fact that this little device gave me very similar information to the displays that I'm used to on the running machine or cross trainer. It's helped me set a regular circuit and motivate me to beat my own targets.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Peter TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 12 Dec 2010
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This pedometer has been better thought out than most. There are just three buttons (other than the recessed reset button you need to press once only when you set the time), and the "modes" are straightforward: there are just two, walking mode and workout mode.

For walking mode, you can display the number of steps and the time, or the kilocalories and grammes of fat you've burned. These will always be approximate, of course, but are good for motivation. You can wear the pedometer anywhere about your body when walking - round your neck, for example, but on your waist is best. The pedometer doesn't display a stepcount until you've walked a few steps, to avoid counting jostling as steps, but once it has detected a rhythm, it starts showing your stepcount from the start.

For workout mode (which really means running or jogging mode), you press the start button for a couple of seconds to start and finish. The bar along the middle of the display animates to show when you're in workout mode. In between, the pedometer measures how long you've been working out, how far you've travelled, how many kilocalories you've burned and your average speed. To accurately report on distance and speed, the pedometer needs to know your stride length (which will be different from your walking stride). There's a useful little feature to allow it to work out your stride by running a measured distance - for example on a running track. There's also a seven-day memory for both walking mode and workout mode, so you can make a note of your progress once per week if you wish. It's important to have the pedometer on your waist when you're running, or it doesn't record correctly.

It's a very simple device, very well made, with a serrated belt clip and a safety clip on the end of a short fabric cord.
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