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Omron Alvita Optimized Pedometer
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- 4 activity modes: tracks steps, aerobic steps, distance & calories burned
- Tri-axis Technology counts steps accurately no matter where it is positioned
- Automatic reset each day
- Stores up to 7 days of information
- Includes holder
- Tracks steps, aerobic steps (i.e. healthy steps), distance walked and calories burned
- Features smart sensor technology so it won't miscount steps
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Alvita Optimized Pedometer
Alvita means lively. It’s how we hope you feel, how you act, how you live, all the time. And when it comes to staying fit, the Omron Alvita Optimized Pedometer not only helps you walk the walk, but jog the jog and run the run.
Whatever activity you want to monitor, this pedometer can handle it. It knows the difference between normal walking steps and more brisk steps, counting both separately. Plus, it can tell you how many calories you've burned to help motivate you further.
In the box
- One Pedometer
- CR2032 battery installed
- Instruction manual
Walk with purpose
Your health is important, so you probably want to concentrate more on your fitness plan than your pedometer. Just clip this on your hip or place in a pocket and you’re good to go.
- Tracks steps, aerobic steps, steps per minute (pitch), distance and calories burned
- Tri-Axis technology keeps an accurate count in almost any position–flat, vertical or horizontal
- Includes holder so you can clip almost anywhere
- Displays 7 day’s activity on display
- Automatic reset at midnight helps you easily track your daily steps and distance
A little motivation goes a long way. Increase your total number of steps a day by 2,000 or about 1 mile when using a pedometer or tracker.
Experts recommend walking 10,000 steps a day, or around 5 miles to lose weight. Most average about 4,500 steps so hitting 10,000 may be easier than you think.
Just walking 15 minutes a day, every day, can burn an average of 420 calories per week (or roughly 3 cupcakes worth).
What's the difference between regular steps and aerobic steps? Anything over 60 steps/minute counts as aerobic steps, and it's that kind of activity that helps you stay healthy.
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While you focus on your fitness plan, the Omron Alvita Optimized Pedometer will keep track of your activity level. This compact device tracks steps, aerobic steps, pitch, distance and calories burned. Plus, it automatically resets at midnight, provides a 7-day activity display and counts in flat, vertical or horizontal position. Just clip this pedometer on your hip or place it in a pocket and youre good to go.
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Top Customer Reviews
Here's a little test I did, wearing this pedometer at one hip and my old pedometer on the other.
1) Normal steps around my kitchen, from counter to counter while emptying the dishwasher and putting things away, etc. Steps actually counted by this pedometer: 39% (old unit - 57%)
2) Brisk, purposeful walking on a flat surface. Steps counted: 98.3% (old unit - 63%)
3) Lateral stepping (the sort of side to side that you might do in an aerobic class). Steps counted: 11% (old unit - 71%)
4) Slow steps with some pauses (think walking with a small child). Steps counted: 7% (old unit - 55%)
The real problem with this unit is not just the 10-step delay, but also the fact that any pause at all, even for a fraction of a second, causes the unit to stop counting again, and then you have to reach the 10-step delay again. So if your steps are slow, or if you pause to pick something up, put something down, talk to your kid, or whatever, then this meter won't be counting your activity for long periods. I have small kids, so I am often moving slowly. This meter wants to call that "incidental motion." I call that "walking" and I want those steps counted.
This monitor has some nice features including a 7 day memory, automatic reset at midnight, and an auto-off display that saves battery life. It is small enough to be tucked into a pocket very easily, and it doesn't matter which way it faces. It is very accurate if you are moving briskly without pauses.
If you want to count pretty brisk steps in your life and you aren't often slowed down or pausing, then you will probably find the accuracy acceptable. If you, like me, take a lot of your steps at someone else's pace and want to count them all, you will be sorely disappointed with the accuracy of this model.
I also didn't like that I had to turn it "on" to view a step count unlike the older version that always displayed your count on it screen.
Also, (unless I set it up wrong), it doesn't display aerobic minutes on this model. A feature that really enjoyed in the older model.
Sadly, very unhappy with this pedometer and returning it today. I really wanted to like it, but can not recommend it at all.
Instead, I got these for us to see how often we'd even use them.
+ Price is fantastic entry point to determine if you're into using a pedometer at all.
+ page through 7 days of stored data
+ customize to your gait
+ guages activity level based on active time
+ lots of info that it tracks
+ Clip for belt/pocket or lanyard clip option
+ battery lasted the entire time I used this (which was every day for almost 1.5 years)
- It's not a FitBit.
You'll need to do all your data entry manually if you want to track trending and historical data and there's no social support system to keep you motivated by competing with friends/family on the leader board or silly badges letting you know you've accomplished some odd thing.
Turns out we used it every day and even though i'm an Excel wizard, the manual data entry over the year we used these was a pain and if we forgot at the 7 day mark, we'd lose a days worth of data. We ended up getting fitbits after about 1.5 years and love it. However, if you don't care much about your historical data, this really is a very good pedometer for the price.