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Striiv Smart Pedometer, Basic Bundle

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  • Smart pedometer designed to count steps with motivational challenges and interactive features
  • Lightweight unit measures 2.75 by 1.7 by 0.5 inches
  • Full color 2-inch diagonal touchscreen
  • Battery powered with built-in rechargeable lithium ion battery
  • Comes with Keychain + Quick Release, Micro-USB cable, Quick Start Guide
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Product Description

Striiv Smart Pedometer

Make walking to lunch, taking the stairs, and walking dogs a fun experience that motivates you to get fit. With no smartphone required, the Striiv Smart Pedometer designs personalized challenges tailored to your activity levels, and turns 10,000 steps a day into playing a game, donating to charity, and competing with friends.

The Striiv Smart Pedometer has a high resolution, color touchscreen and built in apps designed to make daily fitness fun. Striiv's activity motivation system was designed by leading experts in game design and behavior change with one goal in mind--to get you to walk a lot more.

Challenges + Trophies

Striiv creates personal challenges based on your level of activity, so you reach your fitness goals even on your busiest days. The more you walk with Striiv, the smarter it gets, and the more it adapts to your behavior.

Striiv goes beyond charts and graphs to keep you motivated throughout the day. Earn trophies for real life achievements like burning a cupcake, walking across the Golden Gate bridge or climbing Mount Everest.


Myland is the first ever fitness based game on a pedometer. The concept is simple. You start with an enchanted island and your goal is to bring back the animals that inhabit the island by planting and building trees and places to live. Everything you build is based on how much you walk, run, and take the stairs though. So the more you move, the more you progress.


At Striiv, we believe the best way to motivate you to move is to walk for someone else. That's why Striiv is the only pedometer that counts every step you take toward a donation to charity. At no cost to you, Striiv and corporate partners donate on your behalf. Just walk, earn, and plug into your PC to donate. It's that simple.

Friends + Race

Race your friend across the Golden Gate Bridge or up the Statue of Liberty in real-time. You can even bet real-life chores on the outcome of each race, like doing the dishes or buying a cup of coffee. Then challenge yourself to hit your friends' daily averages and personal bests each day to get even more trophies and bonuses.


For those of you that like to track your progress, Striiv offers your data at the tip of your fingers. View colorful weekly and monthly charts of your steps, stairs, distance, calories and minutes of activity right on the device.

MyStriiv Dashboard

Now you can track your activity and donations on striiv.com. View today's stats, your last full day and your total donations to charity. Compare your all-time step and stair counts to how many times you have gone the distance of a marathon or the height of Mt. Everest.

Technical Specifications

  • Overall Dimensions: 2.75 by 1.7 by 0.5 inches
  • Weight: 1.4 Ounces
  • Display: 2.0 inches (diagonal) Color Display with 320 by 240 Pixel Resolution
Controls and Buttons
  • 2.0 Inch (diagonal) Touch Screen
  • Home, Back and Power Buttons
  • 500 megahertz Dual Core Processor
  • Vector Graphics Support
  • 3 Axis Accelerometer
  • Altimeter
Battery and Power
  • Built-in Rechargeable Lithium-Ion Battery
  • Up to 1 week of use when fully charged
  • Charge Time via USB wall adapter: 2 hours
  • Charge Time via Computer USB port: up to 4 hours
System Requirements
  • Mac computer with USB port: OSX 10.6 and later
  • PC with USB port: Windows 7, Windows
  • Vista and Windows XP
What's in the Box?

Striiv unit, Keychain + Quick Release, Micro-USB cable, Quick Start Guide

Product Details

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  • Product Dimensions: 1 x 1 x 1 inches ; 8 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 8.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • Origin: USA
  • ASIN: B00546T5MY
  • Item model number: ACTVGM0001
  • Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (304 customer reviews)
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Customer Reviews

This thing is great...very accurate, all you could want in a pedometer, and MORE!
Joseph Burns
Add to the fact that I stay and home and have little spending money, and, well, it's something you for sure think over a while before buying.
Jennifer Vanderhoof
The Striiv gets me moving throughout the day, and in order to progress through the game, movement is needed, so a great motivator for me.

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152 of 158 people found the following review helpful By S. Wirth on December 28, 2011
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I gave this to my wife on Christmas Eve and she LOVES IT! She had been using a Polar Training Watch and had been doing heavy elliptical work (6-7 hours per week), but had gotten off her training program and was dreading starting again.
Bought her this because she really likes graphic feedback and goals. She started playing with it while people were over and is delighted with the trophies, video game style feedback, loves developing her island, animals and gardens. It did the trick and made it fun for her to get active and moving. She's doing little up and down the step routines because of the rewards. She laughs out loud with delight when she gets new and unexpected items on her island.
I hope the incentives continue to work for her, but it's been well worth the price to get her active and enjoying exercising again. Just got back from taking a long walk around the neighborhood at her suggestion.
Technical thoughts. We agree that the Striiv has done a great job of tapping into short term goal setting and rewarding the desire for immediate gratification. My wife is a PhD / professor of Social Work, son is a doctoral student in Nanotechnology / Electrical and Computer Engineering, and we were all marveling at the design and thoughtful programming that has gone into this. He admits he might want one too because while he goes to the gym and lifts weights, he can get into sedentary patterns while writing and doing research. She falls into this when grading papers and working on research projects too. Both agreed that this got them thinking about how active they had been, and both liked the comparisons it makes to national averages, daily, weekly and monthly activity averages. Raised awareness of activity levels.
Bottom line, I've threatened to take it away from her at 10 pm each night lest she be tempted to do 'one more thing on it.' That's pretty strong motivation.
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115 of 122 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on January 7, 2012
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I gave this to my wife for Christmas and she has been enjoying it, but today (10 uses) half way through her morning walk it locked up and stopped counting steps. I tried going through all the setting to no avail. I shook it gently for a minute and it started working again. Later it locked up again which again was resolved by shaking it a while. I suspect it may have been static from the wool sweater she was wearing; time will tell.

We both like the charitable contribution feature.

I wish it would have software on the PC that would capture and display the data.

I did some unscientific testing for accuracy.

100 steps walking with it in my sweat pants pocket registered 106.
100 steps walking with it in my jacket pocket registered 107.
100 steps walking with it hanging from my jacket zipper registered 100.
200 steps jogging with it hanging from my jacket zipper registered 171.
100 steps jogging with it in my sweat pants pocket registered 29.
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104 of 112 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on December 28, 2011
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I bought one in November 2011 and loved it. I was walking over 10,000 steps a day. I was driving my husband and son crazy walking back an forth threw the house and around circles around the kitchen island. It lasted 10 days. It stopped counting my steps and then the screen went black. I turned it back on a it wiped out all my saved data, all the trophies, the two donated glasses of water that I didnt get around to downloading, everything. I sent it back and purchased another one along with the fitbit. I started them both on December 6th 2011. The fitbit was great to track sleeping patterns and the striiv was great for motavation. The fitbit is still going but the Striiv died Dec 27th 2011, not even a month. The screen locked up on achievments. Ive plugged it in to the outlet to recharge it. Ive tried to turn it off. I plugged it in to the computer and the computer isnt reading it. Im going to try to let it run completely out of power and see if that will unlock it but I will probably be sending this one back also
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UPDATE 1/11/2012: It looks like my Striiv came with older software (PID 1.0.193). I'm going to test it with the current software installed (1.0.215) and again with a newer version which should be coming out shortly, and I'll update my review when I do.
UPDATE 1/12/2012:
I updated the software in my Striiv to version 1.0.215. After about a day and a half of using it and comparing its stats to those of my Fitbit, I've found that the Striiv is now much more accurate. Using the Striiv with the older software it registered only 74.9% of the steps that the Fitbit registered. Across a day and a half of walking with the Striiv since updating the software (about 15,000 steps) I've found that it now registers 98.1% of the steps registered by the Fitbit. (This is with the Striiv in my pocket.) The Striiv fared less well when I jogged/walked on a mini trampoline: it registered only 70.4% of the steps the Fitbit registered. But for me, the accuracy of the Striiv while walking is no longer much of a problem.

I was wrong in what I said below about how the Striiv is meant to track stair climbing. Apparently it's supposed to measure real stairs climbed and the equivalent of stairs climbed when walking up steep hills. For me, the results are not yet at all accurate. I counted 114 stairs climbed earlier today, with no hills walked at all, and the Striiv reported 191 climbed.

There should be a new software release shortly. I'll also be receiving a belt clip. I'll test the device for accuracy and report back here. I've updated my ranking to 4 stars as the accuracy of the Striiv has improved quite a lot with the software update to 1.0.215. I'm hoping the stairs issue will be addressed in the next software update.
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