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ACCUSPLIT AE120XL Certified Accurate Pedometer, Steps & Activity Timer
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- Counts up to 100,000 steps walked or jogged
- Comes with case that closes to protect display and prevent accidental reset
- Easy-to-read display
- Includes three-way pedometer leash
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To begin on your road to fitness, get the Accusplit Eagle 120XL Pedometer. By walking just 2,000 more steps a day, you'll be on your way to a healthier you. This pedometer counts up to 100,000 steps walked or jogged. It features an accurate display with large digits for easy reading. The AE120XL comes with a case that closes to protect your walking tool from accidentally resetting. This pedometer even includes a three-way leash. Start stepping your way to fitness today.
Top Customer Reviews
This pedometer comes complete with a lithium battery installed; there's nothing else to buy. The battery should last at least 5 years.
- The only "control" is the reset button. Press this and the counter goes to zero; which is what I do every morning.
- It counts every step you walk or jog, from 1 to 99999, then starts over. That's enough capacity for about 50 miles!
- The built-in clip holds the unit tightly to a belt or waistband. The attached 6" leash has two additional clips to attach to your clothing. These are to protect the unit from hitting the floor in case it slips off your belt. I wear the pedometer every day and it's stayed on my belt.
- The instructions explain where to position it on your waist, to get the best accuracy. I've found it to register too low occasionally by up to 4%. I.e., check the reading, walk 100 steps and check the reading again - and it sometimes registers as low as 96 steps. Many times though, it's dead on. However, for me, it's about 90% accurate going up and down stairs. It may be different for you, depending on the jolt of your steps and other factors.
- The unit only registers steps when it's vertical; i.e., with the cover closed. This is good, because the cover protects the display from damage. To see your "progress", unsnap the cover and look down at the count. The liquid crystal display digits are 1/2" high, so they are easy to read. There is no light for nighttime use, but that would quickly drain the battery. It has an internal pendulum that senses the motion of stepping or jogging.
- Maybe it's only me, but this thing provides an incentive to walk more, by letting me know how many steps I've taken.Read more ›
I like the pedometer because of the tethers and the cover. The tethers prevent loss. (These instruments can easily fall off your clothing.) The cover prevents accidental resetting. When you lean against a counter, for example, coverless pedometers risk being reset.
First I discovered the exact placement on your pant waist area, affects the count. I was able to place it for above my hip bone for the most accurate count. Then I tested it several times. For every 100 steps, it is has not been more than 5 steps off, and it was many times only 0-2 steps off..... usually off on the low side. I also found it is not accurate on steps. The motion of going up and down stairs does not seem to register on the pedometer. It counts about 50-75% of the stair steps.
I tried the Omrom, but the battery consumption was outrageous -- and then it stopped working. This is an adequate and simple alternative, assuming the battery does last.
Easy to use, reliable, good customer service (when needed).
Comes with two different style of belt clips. Metal is far more efficient.
My husband and I have fun compairing # of steps at the end of the day.
Promotes good exercise!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Bought as a gift she loves it. Uses it everyday and said it is very easy to use.Published 1 month ago by C Schaefer
Love the fact that the lid closes so it does not reset if you bump into a counter or something.Published 3 months ago by Jane in Florida
I like it, but it is too sensitive....I walked from car to office door and it said I walked 5oo steps---not so. Contacted the seller and they will help.Published 3 months ago by Linda S. Staiger
Doesn't register steps unless it fits exactly at right spot on hip. My cheap pedometer did a much better job! Disappointed in this one. Plus it makes noise with every step. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Luci
I wore this pedometer when I was working just to keep track of how much I walked...a lot. Now that I'm retired, I'll wear it on the days I do chores and garden so I can see just... Read morePublished 6 months ago by trishaa
It works great. Steps only is what my wife needed. Wished we had known about this years ago.Published 6 months ago by Onis L. Cox