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Other devices just track what you do. Striiv is smarter--it figures out what gets you moving. What would get you to take the stairs instead of the elevator: a higher number on a graph or a donation of clean water for a child in need? That's the difference between Striiv and tracking devices. Striiv lets you compete with friends, hit personalised goals, do walkathons (at no cost to you), and play games powered by walking. Walking becomes so much fun that Striiv will be your first healthy addiction.
Over 96% of Striiv users tell us they are more active, 70% have seen their health improve, and 60% have lost an average of 13lbs.* Here's an eye-opening fact: Walking 30 minutes throughout your day will change your life. Doctors universally recommend walking to lose weight, fight diabetes, heart disease, and stroke. On average, Striiv users walk an astonishing 90 minutes throughout the day (three times the recommendation). Taking stairs, walking to lunch, or playing with their kids at the park--it all adds up.
Striiv's high-resolution color touch screen is at your fingertips all day, providing instant feedback and encouragement. No need to be tethered to a computer to track progress, so you get the motivation you need when you're actually up and moving. Think of the first time you checked email or played games on your smartphone--using your phone was suddenly a whole new experience. Striiv's Smart Pedometer offers the same improvement. Striiv gives you more than just numbers--it makes exercise fun and meaningful.
We believe people are motivated by their passions, and not just by stats or self-discipline. Whether it's the walkathon, personalised challenges, social competitions, or our games, you'll be walking and taking the stairs a lot more because it's fun and meaningful.
Helping others provides powerful motivation. At no cost to you, Striiv and corporate partners donate on your behalf as you walk. Just walk, earn, and plug into your computer to donate. It's that simple. You have the choice of three charities--donating water to families in South America, polio vaccines, and saving the rainforest. The more you walk, the more sponsors give.
Have a staircase at home? Enjoy walking to lunch? Striiv learns your routine and then recommends custom challenges designed to get you fit. You can even compete with friends and compare against their achievements.
The concept is simple--make addictively fun games powered by walking and you will get fit. Whether it's building a magical island, or racing "Waddles the penguin" up the Statue of Liberty, our games will get you hooked on being active. Don't be surprised if you find yourself walking up and down your stairs at 3 a.m.
Striiv just got social. Every Striiv has a built-in wireless radio that enables you to compete with the people around you: race across the Golden Gate Bridge to see who washes the dishes or climb the Statue of Liberty wagering 1,000 Striiv points. Then, share (or brag about) your victories on Facebook and Twitter.
Striiv tracks your steps, stairs, calories, and minutes of activity. All these stats are displayed on Striiv's large color touch screen. In addition, see charts right on your device--no computer needed. You can also go online for additional insights.
In addition to the 3-D motion sensor and high precision altimeter, Striiv's dual-core CPU & DSP add an additional layer of accuracy. Other trackers report up to thousands of "fake steps" from car vibrations or random movements each day, but Striiv's proprietary TruMotion(TM) technology detects and filters them out to provide the best accuracy in the toughest real world conditions.
Periodically connect Striiv to your computer and you'll get fresh Apps, content, and motivation. For example, in the last update, customers received new personalized challenges (Striiv now learns your behavior), a new island in the Myland game, and even more accurate firmware to count steps. As a company, we're eager to hear your feedback and we'll keep improving your Striiv over time.
*Results are from a survey study conducted by Striiv in April 2012.