This pedometer is a fantastic alternative if you do not want to empty your pockets to buy an expensive wearable pedometer. The design of this pedometer is pretty simple and classic, so it should be easy to use even for people who are technologically challenged. I use a Fitbit and I got this for my fiance because he is not able to wear anything on his wrist at work. This device can be easily carried in his pocket or clipped onto his belt. It is very lightweight so he doesn’t even notice that it is there throughout the day.
As far as accuracy, it counted close to the same number of steps as my Fitbit, so I would assume that it is fairly accurate. During setup, we set my fiance’s stride length, which helps with accuracy so you might want to look through the instruction manual to figure out how to do that. As you can see in the video that I posted, it is easy to switch modes to check several different measures of physical activity such as calories, distance, exercise time, fat burned and total steps.
I really appreciate how easy this pedometer is to use. My fiance does as well. While some people prefer a fancy device with apps that go along with it and analyze data, there are still plenty of people who want to track their fitness all with one device. I would recommend this to anyone who wants to track their fitness on a budget or who does not want to mess around with complicated technology. I received this product at a discounted price in exchange for an honest review.
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