I have a simple Omron Step Counter Dual Sensor (Hj203P) from which I had bought from healthhindustan. When it comes to pedometers, Omron, is the bestselling step counter available in the market. It is a pedometer with 2D technology motivates me to walk more rather than take a transport to travel from one place to another. It is ultra slim monitoring step reader which I can easily carry in my bag wherever I go and gives accurate results. It keeps a record of 7days which can be used to track the increase or decrease in the number of steps taken in the whole week.
I need suggestions on a pedometer. I have purchased several but I always have the same problem. ... The steps are always more than what I take. And when I wear one on my waist as it suggests when I bend over it sometimes resets itself because of the large buttons. .. if I put it on my shoe it doubles everything. Thank you!
I bought an omron pedometer for app. twenty dollars about four years ago and LOVE it. I need a new battery about once a year and it is accurate. I hear great things about the fitbit but can't do the cost of that one yet.
I have a simple yet reliable pedometer that measures steps and miles/kilometers as that is all I want to track. It costs $5.00. Sportline is the manufacturer. I have found them at Walmart and Meijer stores. If you are a techie and looking for a techie/digital type try Dick's sporting goods. On the other hand, Walmart/Meijer carry digital types as well. Me, I just like my %.00 pedometer as it quite meets my needs.
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