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Tina, My understanding is that it doesn't matter how slow you walk, but the steps you take. One needs to "set" their walking pace (and the instructions should explain how to do that) and then the pedometer measures your steps, calories burned, steps taken, and aerobic steps taken. I believe that one has to walk so ma… see more Tina, My understanding is that it doesn't matter how slow you walk, but the steps you take. One needs to "set" their walking pace (and the instructions should explain how to do that) and then the pedometer measures your steps, calories burned, steps taken, and aerobic steps taken. I believe that one has to walk so many steps before the aerobic measurement kicks in.
I have had several Omron pedometers and I wouldn't used another brand!
I hope this helps!! Kelly see less

By Momof7 on August 29, 2013
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My guess is because this model is discontinued/no longer made. So ppl that love this one and there is a demand for it still and since the company wont bring it back the ones left out there for sale the ppl selling them know this and have marked up the price. I wish I could of gotten mine for $20 but I paid 49.95 on a c… see more My guess is because this model is discontinued/no longer made. So ppl that love this one and there is a demand for it still and since the company wont bring it back the ones left out there for sale the ppl selling them know this and have marked up the price. I wish I could of gotten mine for $20 but I paid 49.95 on a certain well known auction site thats name starts with an E and is 4 letters long. see less
By Rock Chick on October 11, 2014
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Yes, it tracks miles.
By Dorothy L. Stephens on June 23, 2014
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Yes, it seems like it's pretty accurate, if you set it up right with the distance (length) of your step. (directions on how to do that are included) Mileage is in decimals....today's killer hike was 6.76 miles, and was the same on friend's pedometer, which is a different type. We've tested on road walks, and I'd say a… see more Yes, it seems like it's pretty accurate, if you set it up right with the distance (length) of your step. (directions on how to do that are included) Mileage is in decimals....today's killer hike was 6.76 miles, and was the same on friend's pedometer, which is a different type. We've tested on road walks, and I'd say accurate as you can get, street vs. sidewalk. Slight, slight difference, but that could be crosswalks. Enjoy! see less
By Petergun49 on March 14, 2014
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I bought mine only a couple of months ago. My battery is still working, but it should be after just a couple of months. I'm not the best person to answer the question, I guess.
By amy chupp on November 17, 2013
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Sorry I have no idea. The OMRON works very well
as a stand alone device.

By Stephen B. Draper on April 6, 2014
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If it is under warranty I would call the company and have them replace it. To me sounds like a glitch in the software. They are a reputable company and should take care of it! Good luck :-)
By homeschoolmom2009 on June 5, 2013
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never used the clip.
By I.R. on June 2, 2014