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TCANNO
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11/19/13 8:17 A

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Take a look on Amazon or e-bay and read the reviews



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DMARIEHOWLAND
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11/18/13 8:36 P

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I use the Smart Health Walking Digital Pedometer. I love it. It never falls off which always happened when I wore a pedometer at work-every time I bent over (I work in child care so it's a lot) it would fall off!!! I've had this one for almost 6 months-I feel odd when I don't have it on.
This has the added benefit that it's a watch :)
Mine cost about 21.00 on line-I think I got mine on Amazon.
It's not the prettiest watch thing but I like the simplicity of it. I press a button and it tells me how far I've walked-I press a button and I know my pulse. emoticon

If you keep doing what you've always done you going to get what you've always got.


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ERICASOVILE
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11/18/13 3:00 P

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Has anyone purchased one of the wrist watch calorie counter/heart radio monitors? Was looking into getting one, but have no idea where to start. I know Nike has a pretty nice one, but a bit pricey and I believe it's mostly for runners. I run, but I do a lot of cardio at home. Would like to know how much I'm burning!

ERICA!


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