So I bought a new pedometer and I just couldn't get it to register right on my waist. I don't wear lace up shoes every day so I can't tie it on to my shoe, I needed another solution. I pulled out a ribbon I had and tied it to the pedometer around the clip hinge. I then clipped it to the top of my sock and wrapped the ribbon around my leg tightly enough not to fall off and tied it there. It registers great now!
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I've had troubles getting my pedometer to register my steps depending on what I'm wearing. My solution, I clip it on the tongue of my tennis shoes when I wear them or on the top of my boot. It counts just fine then.
Tip: Ever get caught in rain/snow/sleet? Take a few small plastic sandwich bags when you go on your walk, hike, sporting event...great prevention for anyone of any age who might be at risk for a wet phone/pedometer from wet pockets!! Easier than rice! 148
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