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Comes with a battery - replace it with a button cell CR2032. Another tip - try [[ASIN:1598585517 The 5-Minute Plantar Fasciitis Solution]] if plantar fasciitis is interfering with your walking. cheers!
By Snooper on 21 March 2014
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I'm sorry but I am a bit of a technophobe so I haven't a clue, and as you know men do not read instructions. I do know there are 1.6km to a mile and 2.2lbs to a kg, and if you multiply your height by three and move the decimal point one place you have a easy way to work out height (e.g. 6ft x 3 = 18 move decimal point … see more I'm sorry but I am a bit of a technophobe so I haven't a clue, and as you know men do not read instructions. I do know there are 1.6km to a mile and 2.2lbs to a kg, and if you multiply your height by three and move the decimal point one place you have a easy way to work out height (e.g. 6ft x 3 = 18 move decimal point one place and that makes 1.8m) see less I'm sorry but I am a bit of a technophobe so I haven't a clue, and as you know men do not read instructions. I do know there are 1.6km to a mile and 2.2lbs to a kg, and if you multiply your height by three and move the decimal point one place you have a easy way to work out height (e.g. 6ft x 3 = 18 move decimal point one place and that makes 1.8m)
By Henry Penry on 07 March 2014
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No noise at all.
By lesley bayes on 15 January 2015
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Hello
It counts me going up/down stairs home/walk and I do a pace not one step at time so wil b fine there with regards to a step block I have not tried this but it is stil steppin movement so don't c why not.
Hope this helps

By AL on 09 January 2015
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I think so - a 6000 step walk into town and back registers as about 2000 when cycling, which is probably about the right amount of "pedals" as its partly downhill.
By Amazon Customer on 16 June 2014
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I use the omron walkstyle one and that works on a crosstrainer, both on a clip and a neckband
By Bee on 13 May 2015
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Well I think that your pace of walking and your stride length might have some bearing as I can walk 2.5 kilometres in 30 minutes. Did you walk for 4 hours or did you just wear the pedometer for 4 hours and walked about the house stopping and starting?
By Elspeth M. Russell on 04 October 2014
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Hello, you can either put it into a front pocket (not back as it doesn't register properly), or I tend to keep mine in a bum bag when we go walking. It's very accurate compared to other makes. Its hard to reach the recommended 10,000 steps per day though!
By Chestnut Lass on 26 June 2014
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yes it is easy to work
By mary prior on 15 January 2015
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I would say the actual unit is approx 4cm across x 6-7 in length and it's about 1/2 cm thick. The unit is attached to a 10cm cord which at the top has a clip to clip to clothing. I hope this is of help to you. I use mine on a daily basis and it's never had a fault yet. Great bit of kit.
By Gee27 on 06 March 2014