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Omron HJ-112 Digital Pocket Pedometer

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  • Omron dual axis technology; counts steps accurately and quietly whether positioned vertically or horizontally
  • Automatically resets daily to accurately track steps
  • Stores up to 7 days of information in memory; Resets to zero at midnight
  • Six tracking modes, track steps, aerobic steps, time, distance, calories and fat grams burned
  • Tracks two kinds of steps; Tracks both regular and brisk steps separately
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Omron HJ-112 Digital Pocket Pedometer + 2032 Battery (CR2032/ DL2032/ E-CR2032/ SB-T51/ LF1/ 2V) Lithium 3v (1 Pack of 5) + Safety Leash for Pedometer (2) Units. Helps Save Pedometers From Loss and Misplacing and Not Lose Them While Running or Walking and Exercising
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Product Details

Size: Single
Product Manual [817kb PDF]
  • Product Dimensions: 0.6 x 2.1 x 1.4 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 2.9 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B0000U1OCI
  • Item model number: HJ 112
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5,691 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,059 in Health & Personal Care (See Top 100 in Health & Personal Care)
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Product Description: Omron HJ-112 Pedometer

No matter where you're going, make every step count with the HJ-112 Pedometer. Using Omron 2D smart sensor technology, this dual-axis pedometer tracks steps accurately, whether it's in your pocket, on your belt, or clipped to your bag.

When You Know Your Numbers, You'll Grow Your Numbers

You'd be surprised by how many steps you already take each day. A few hundred walking to the bus, a couple thousand going a few blocks down for lunch, and with an Omron Pedometer, you'll know just how many steps you're taking and begin looking for ways to see that number get bigger every day.

Every Step Counts

Omron Pedometers use smart sensor technology rather than the standard pendulum system to get a more accurate reading. Many Omron Pedometers, including the HJ-112, can be programmed to your personal stride length to provide you with an even more accurate count.

The Omron HJ-112 Pedometer Offers:

Omron Dual-Axis Technology--Counts steps accurately and quietly, whether positioned vertically or horizontally.

Automatic Reset--Start with a clean slate each day to track your steps more accurately.

Weekly Log--Store up to seven days of information in memory; resets to zero at midnight, so you're ready to go every morning.

Six Tracking Modes--Track steps, aerobic steps, time, distance, calories, and fat grams burned.

Tracking for Two Kinds of Steps--The HJ-112 tracks both regular and brisk steps separately.

The Omron HJ-112 Pedometer Features:
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A Few Steps Toward a Healthier Life

Walking is a great way to stay healthy. In fact, walking 10,000 steps a day is widely recommended by health and fitness professionals. And when you track your steps with a pedometer, like the Omron HJ-112, studies show you're likely to increase your total number of steps a day by about 2,000, or 1 mile.*

Getting Started

Warm Up First--Before your walk, stretch (arm circles, hip circles, and leg lifts) to get your blood flowing and reduce the risk of injury.

Use a Pedometer--Omron Pedometers are the partners you can count on when you want to accurately track your daily routine and help you reach your recommended 10,000 daily steps.

Set Goals--Begin slowly and work your way up. By setting goals you'll push yourself farther and achieve more.

Mix It Up--Add variety to your routine by changing pace, walking uphill, or just changing your route.

Add Resistance--Include some upper-body exercises as you walk, such as arm reaches or carrying water bottles in each hand to increase your calorie burn.

*JAMA. 2007; 298 190:2296-2304

What's in the Box

Omron HJ-112 Pedometer, lithium battery, holder, strap and clip, and instruction manual.

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Omron HJ-112 Pocket Pedometer HJ112 Personal Health Monitors

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Very easy to use and set up and is very accurate.
K. Howenstine
Also, this pedometer works in your pocket or even in your purse -- or you can clip it to your belt or waistband.
WonderWoman
It even resets itself at midnight, records aerobic steps, and keeps a memory of seven days.
Da Chozn

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

3,469 of 3,501 people found the following review helpful By Samuel Chell HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on September 4, 2004
Size Name: Single Verified Purchase
Since getting attached to pedometers a couple of years ago, I've gone through at least a dozen--Digiwalkers, Oregon Scientifics, Omrons. Sometimes the clips would break (Digiwalkers have no spring clip), or the cover would snap off, or they would prove highly inaccurate, or they would be bulky, or they would be too "versatile" and intricate to be practical for someone who was simply looking to get in 10,000 steps for the day. For this reason, I recommended the Sportline 330 as a comparatively rugged, accurate, and inexpensive step counter that, if need be, could be replaced with minimal financial damage.

But recently I saw this "high end" Omron at Walgreen's and thought I'd give it a spin. Its primary allure: it claims to be so sensitive that you don't need to wear it on a belt or some other outer wear. Just drop it in your shirt pocket or purse and forget about it.

Guess what? The Omron people aren't pulling your leg. This is indeed a very sensitive little machine that does what it says it will do, in addition to being fast, easy, convenient, and extremely durable. I decided to test it by walking 30-40 minutes with the Omron in my shirt pocket and the Sportline clipped to my belt. At the end of my walk the Omron and Sportline were within 80 steps of each other. Moreover, it was the Omron that gave me the extra steps (a bonus if you consider the amount of time it takes--practically 2 hours--to log the full 10,000 steps).

The only advanced feature I occasionally use is the memory bank. The device automatically resets to 0 steps while saving the previous day's count in memory (for up to a week). Although I set the clock, I rarely use the other extra features--calorie counter, aerobic read-out, or even distance covered.
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285 of 302 people found the following review helpful By Dale D. Hancock on December 8, 2004
Size Name: Single Verified Purchase
I've previously tried 4 different pedometer models--all were inconsistent and inaccurate (+/- 25%) and became moreso over the course of a couple of months. I've had the Omron HJ112 about 6 months now. I've checked it's accuracy periodcially at metered track. On a 1 mile walking course, I consistently get numbers within 0.05 mile or around 60 steps. This seems well within the variability of the actual number of steps one would take over a mile track on multiple replications.

I also like the fact that it zeroes itself at midnight and keeps a 7-day history of number of steps and distance.
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1,228 of 1,330 people found the following review helpful By Shelly on January 23, 2008
Size Name: Single
This is pedometer is Consumer Reports #1 rated digital pedometer- and I can see why. It's extremely light weight and really easy to use with just four big buttons on the front. Here's a few of its best features:

-it can accurately senses steps in your belt, pocket, OR purse!
-it has a large display for the visually impaired
-it has a 7 day history so you can see progress (or lack of)
-it calculates calories and distance in addition to steps

I'd recommend this little device to anyone who wants to lose weight- just begin one day, and the next day, see if you can maintain or beat your previous step record. Now how easy is that?

So what DIDN'T I like about it? Not much. Perhaps the ONLY sort of negative thing I can say is that you will need a tiny screwdriver to open the back of it to put in the battery. Other than that, if you're looking to increase your activity a little to improve your health, look no further. Also recommend The 5-Minute Plantar Fasciitis Solution and Treat Your Own Achilles Tendinitis for walkers and runners with these problems.
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416 of 447 people found the following review helpful By D. Blankenship HALL OF FAMETOP 50 REVIEWER on November 27, 2004
Size Name: Single Verified Purchase
I am certainly no expert on the subject of pedometers, or anything else electronic, truth be told. On the other hand, I have purchased and used several different models, from several different companies and manufacturers, all at different prices and all with different features. I have also researched these things, both here on Amazon and other points of purchase and talking to friends. This Omron is by far the best. It actually functions precisely as it's makers say it will. I found the set up to be quite easy (even for a electronic dolt like myself) and found the directions to be quite comprehensive. My wife and I both tested this thing and found it to be the most accurate of the several we have used in the past. I did not feel the cost was particularly high when compaired to what you get (I have found you pretty much get what you pay for and if you purchase a pedometer for $5.95, that is just about what you will get). The unit is quite attractive and offers a number of ways to carry and attach it to yourself. I must admit, that I first purchased this for my wife, when I found how well it worked, I purchased a second one for myself. These gadgets are great motivators and can be a real eye opener. I also appreciate the other reviewers here, their reviews were the final push I needed to decide on this particular item. I highly recommend this one.
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340 of 365 people found the following review helpful By Manish Laxmikant on September 5, 2006
Size Name: Single
Update 2: I just replaced the battery (CR2032) so I guess it lasts about six months. This pedometer is probably one that I have used the longest. After losing nearly 20 lb the first time I tried to clock 100,000 steps a week, I'm embarking on another 20+lb loss target.

Update: I've been using this regularly, and found that I can stick it in a change pocket where it does a great job of accurately reporting my steps. I've left the clip, holder, and cord behind, so it's a lot smaller now. I use the GMaps pedometer for distances and calories, but this is great to get accurate steps.
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I hate to take away a star considering there are a lot of things to like about this pedometer. I've used many, and I'm hoping this one is the last I have to get. Or at least if I get another one, it may be this one. Still, the folks at Omron might want to learn something for the next revision.

What I like:

- I don't have to keep it clipped to my belt. It stays in my pocket all day, as do other objects like my wallet, keys, phone, etc. And it counts away fine.

- Although the buttons look like they could get pressed in a pocket by other pocketizens, like keys, change, fingers looking for stuff, they don't. Especially Reset, which I feared would get hit somehow. But yet, over a week into the product, I haven't seen a reset happening to my step total.

- I'm beginning to like that it resets itself to 0 every night, and also keeps a history of the past week. I can easily track what I did in the week and see what kind of activity gives me more steps. I don't like to chase step counts like some people, but I like to do things that up the count. After all, we're building a lifestyle here, not trying to win a count game.
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