Ozeri 4x3motion Digital Pocket 3D Pedometer with Tri-Axis Technology
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- Records steps, distance, speed, calories and time with the world's most advanced Tri-Axis technology.
- 3 Recording Modes: Today, Split & Total -- with a split screen display for multi-data views.
- New 3D Tri-Axis Sensor (X, Y, Z plane detection) provides superior accuracy in any position.
- Counts up to 1 million steps with 7-Day Memory, and includes a built-in Clock, Calendar & Sports Timer and Auto Sleep Mode technology.
- Used by professional athletes, the 4x3motion boasts a slim design that fits in any pocket, and features a blue backlight for night viewing.
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- 0.5 cm (less than 0.2").
- For high-performance athletes.
- Records steps, distance, calories, fat burned.
Ozeri 4x3motion Digital Pocket 3D Pedometer with Tri-Axis Technology
Ozeri is a specialty manufacturer of digital lifestyle products for the modern home.
Records daily steps, distance, speed & more.
Built-in memory for 7 days.
Includes a clock, calendar, timer & more.
Razor thin design that fits in any pocket.
Designed for high-performance athletes, the 4x3razor is the world's thinnest and lightest pedometer -- 0.5cm (less than 0.2") thick and weighs just half an ounce.
Introducing the 4x3motion Digital Pedometer by Ozeri - the world's most advanced 3D pedometer. Unlike other pedometers that do not work accurately unless placed vertically, the 4x3motion Digital Pedometer utilizes the latest generation in Tri-Axis technology to provide superior accuracy in any position, whether up, down, flat, on its side, or at any angle. Moreover, the 4x3motion Digital Pedometer utilizes a Digital 3D Acceleration Sensor which is far more accurate than mechanical sensors used in other pedometers. Compact, sleek and ultra slim, the 4x3motion Digital Pedometer fits is any pocket and is the ultimate personal trainer. Used by professional 100 mile ultra runners such as Evan Kimber, the 4x3motion Digital Pedometer records your steps, distance, average speed, calories burned, and time spent exercising, and displays your data on a new bright LCD with a night view backlight. The 4x3motion Digital Pedometer filters out vibrations and only begins counting after it detects a sequence of continuous steps for greater accuracy. The 4x3motion Digital Pedometer ships with a Lithium battery, a bonus strap and instruction manual. Your satisfaction is 100% guaranteed.
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I have used an OMRON Walking Style Pedometer for years and have been quite happy with them. They really work well, but the key is they are intended for WALKING. After five good years, it was time to replace it. I tested the OZERI model against the OMRON Pedometer and they measured roughly the same for walking - a slight difference of 240 steps over the course of my work day (11,441 total). I verified that the anomaly was STAIRS. The Ozeri accurately measured the stairs in my building (both going up and down) where the OMRON measured roughly 50% of them going up and 80% coming down. I have verified the step count on the stairs in my building and find that it works flawlessly. I can't recommend it more highly, in fact I replaced the OMRON which is great for what it does, and purchased this. It was slightly cheaper, and has more capability (a potent combination). As my fitness increased and I expanded to jogging, then running, I found the gap in the OMRON's capability to be frustrating. Now I have accurate measurements for all my steps, both running and walking.
What I like:
-looks enough like a flash drive hanging from a lanyard so that a million people don't ask "what is that?"
-can hang from a lanyard or fit in the pocket (now that people don't wear pagers anymore, having something strapped on your belt just isn't as cool)
-size is a little bigger than a lighter or flash drive, but slim enough to not jab me in the hip while in my pocket
-keeps data for a week (nice if you want to compare your work days to the weekend)
-bright yellow color makes it easier to find
-step count seems accurate
-inputting personal settings takes less than 2 minutes (if you know your stride length already)
-you can replace the batteries yourself
-sleep mode due to inactivity preserves battery life
-my unit is a little "trigger happy" with the "set" button. I had to reset and do my personal settings repeatedly because I pressed the "set" button for too long
-no "edit" or "back" button to easily change a setting (if you make a mistake, or lose weight and want a more accurate calorie count)
-over the course of a week, it did manage to reset itself in my pocket once. I had other things in my pocket, so that could have caused the reset
-the starting point for inputting your personal settings seems pretty low (would've liked it to start at a middle ground, especially since I had to reset my unit multiple times due to operator error :)
-I've threaded a number of camera straps in my day, and I have to agree with the other reviewers that it REALLY IS a pain to thread the lanyard strap (and here I thought they were being crybabies)
The cons are not enough to seriously downgrade the product.
*I'm not sure what the other reviewer meant by it only counts 30 days in a month...I have a step count logged in on 1/31 (perhaps they didn't see what month it was on?)
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