Omron HJ-112 Digital Pocket Pedometer
- 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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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:
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.*
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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Top Customer Reviews
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.Read more ›
-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.
Two quirks to look out for: one, it needs to be completely vertical to work well. I wear mine clipped to a front jeans pocket, but have noticed that if it sags forward or gets turned slightly backward, it doesn't record steps accurately. This is easily avoided and no big deal, but don't think you can stick it in a shirt pocket or, in my experience at least, on a purse, as advertised. Second, be sure to use the safety clip. I can't tell you how many times over the past months I've bumped into something and the clip on the holder has released, leaving the pedometer dangling. I'd have lost it 100 times over without the safety clip.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Have been using this for a month or so. Easy for even a grandma to set up and has worked fine ever since, even tho I accidentally submerged it in water one time, quickly pulling... Read morePublished 18 hours ago by God lover
this is a great pedometer. it is the 2nd one of this brand that I have had. I highly recommend Omron pedometers because I have exceptional luck with them. Read morePublished 2 days ago by john
Product is good so far. Accurate to within 1/8 of a mile and step count right around 50-100 at 10000.Published 21 days ago by Peter A Matijasick
Best pedometer we've been able to find. Had to buy this because one of us used a DEET based insect repellant and accidentally sprayed the plastic window, which began to... Read morePublished 24 days ago by Janis Ian
Love this pedometer. I've had many and this is by far the best one. Keeps tracks of steps as well as arobick steps. Can't go wrong if you order this pedometer.Published 25 days ago by Gina Uhlman
this is very hard to set and use. It is a big job to make it work. I wouldn't buy it again.Published 28 days ago by M
I really like this - much better than a "Fit Bit" or other electronic thing that I have to wear 24/7.Published 1 month ago by pamela brule
I'm very impressed! Excellent product, thank you, Omron and Amazon.Published 1 month ago by Firefly555