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Liroyal New Multi-function Pedometer Distance Calorie Counter 5 Steps Buffer Error Correction Large LCD Display with Belt,Black
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Description: Step count. 5 steps buffer error correction. Distance and Calorie Measurements. Extra Large LCD Display. Belt clip. Power Source:DC1.5V (1pc x AG-10). package includes: 1X Multi function pedometer , 1 x AG-10 battery.
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It zeros itself automatically at the end of each day so we are not dealing with higher mathematics. It certainly records footsteps more accurately than pendulum type pedometers I have tried in the past.
The belt clip is secure but I thread the additional cord, which is supplied with it, through belt loops as a precaution against losing it.
There is a strange, perhaps 'sad', satisfaction in getting the required number of steps fitted into your day. A substantial distance travelled on foot just feels right and good. As distance is shown in miles I can relate properly to the length I have walked. The aerobic steps counter is particularly revealing - this is a count of the steps taken without pause, so on a long walk without stopping you may chalk up an impressive total. However even a busy day around the house with thousands of steps taken may show almost none of them to be aerobic.
I bought this because I gave away my last, smaller, one to my daughter in law when she was training to climb Mount Kilimanjaro.
Perhaps though more savvy people these day have apps on their phones to show the same info. Not me for as I don't carry a mobile phone.
This Omron Go Smart Pocket pedometer is less likely to be lost or washed as it has a safety lead, clip and small plastic pouch style belt clip. It is bigger than some of the sleeker, lozenge shaped ones. I find it rather clunky and noticeable.
Setting the pedometer up is OK, you have to stick a thin stick (opened up paperclip say) into the hole at the back if you get the order of setting wrong. That re sets the system.
The next stage will be for this to be a bit lighter and smaller. That said the larger display is easier to read. Flicking back through the past week can show progress, or lack of of it.
Also Omron, how about making one for dogs!
It seems to work as seamless as my previous Omron, and it's seven day memory is more than sufficient for my needs.
So far, an excellent product and with the normal great service from Amazon.
It's now 10 months since buying this pedometer and all is still great in terms of function. I have recently changed the battery (got a pack from the local pound store) and only had to re input the time. The paint finish has rubbed a little where the clip fits but thats the only negative. It's still a fine purchase.
The HJ-112 measures distance in miles, and stride in feet and inches. It also tells me how many calories burnt, the equivalent amount of fat used (very little!), aerobic steps (at least 60 steps per second for at least 10 minutes, with a break of up to a minute), and a record of all these during the last 7 days.
My wife liked it so much, I have had to buy for her too :-)
Go for it. Not cheap, but not horrendously expensive, either, and it should last far longer than anything else I have ever bought.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
purchased 2 of these both stopped working after 3 days, it is not possible to return these as I live in Spain. David G Cook.Published 2 days ago by david graham cook
Clip design needs review/option to wear it secured another way. It is recommended that the device is worn at waist level to count steps accurately. Read morePublished 16 days ago by Crazy Chamberlain
Very loud clicking sound when walking and the clip isn't very secure. Other than that it's fine. It's very cheap, what can you expect?Published 21 days ago by Aysha
English instructions do not cover setting step length etc so all it does is count steps, not distance. Would not buy againPublished 26 days ago by P. D. Stevenson