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not strictly a pedometer,
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If you have recently begun running/jogging/exercising and wanted to calculate the distance and how fast you travel for specific 'runs', then this item is not for you. This is more of a daily 'step-counter', meaning it will note how many steps you take daily, but doesn't let you calculate the distance and speed you travel for say a 3 mile run. Instead, it only displays the time you ran 'aerobically', like 28m for instance, and how many 'aerobic' steps you took, like 3823 - it does automatically detect when you are running and not walking, however. All in all, I would say that this is specifically for people who only want to calculate daily steps intake, and is not a product for people who want to calucate distance/speed/time/calorie consumption and so forth for 'specific' runs or walks - there is no reset button other than a master reset at the back of the item.
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Initial post: 11 Jun 2012 14:33:24 BDT
davef is the only person I've seen anywhere who grasps that this pedometer is designed to record overall daily step counts only. For walkers and backpackers it lacks a very desirable feature: being able to record data for a specific walk (that's less than 24 hours in duration).
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