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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Top Customer Reviews
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.
I hadn't carried one for a while, both because I was satisfied I was moving around enough on a daily basis, and because carrying the Omron is not a no-cost proposition. The Omrons use a two-axis sensor, and so need to have their short axis (the thickness of the device) NOT vertical... that's the axis it can't "see" motion in. The design of the Omron takes care of this nicely: it either goes in its belt clip (oh goody... more borg devices to have hanging off what's becoming my utility belt), or in a pocket, where its overall shape pretty much guarantees it'll be in a workable orientation: the short access will always rotate to be perpendicular to your leg, because of the compressing nature of pants pockets. Clever design!
However... that oblong or shield-shaped form factor that orients the device properly in your pocket also takes up a lot of space. Have an Omron in your pocket, along with a few business cards and you pretty quickly start looking like a victim of kangarooitis, with pockets bulging in unflattering ways. :) So carrying the Omron-style device is not without its cost to your overall convenience.
When I saw the Ozeri device, I was intrigued, because a 3-axis device wouldn't have the same limitations the 2-axis devices do. It looked small, and seemed a "next generation" design. I thought I'd give it a try.
Wow. What a difference!Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Bought two of them in different colors in early June 2016. Have been using them a few times a week for little over a month and now yellow one just malfunctioned as of late July... Read morePublished 6 days ago by Kristine
IMPERFECT INCONSISTANT MONITORING SHUTS OFF, GETS STUCK AND YOU HAVE TO REST IT ALL THE TIMEPublished 10 days ago by suzo
Kinda complicated to use ... It didn't accurately calculate steps taken. Bought it about a year ago and put it in a drawer after using it for a short time.Published 1 month ago by Theresa McBride
I've used a number of pedometers, from simple single function ones all the way up to expensive smart watches. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Nick Johnson
This is a Pedometer!!! It is a Ozeri 4x3motion Digital Pocket 3D Pedometer
with Tri-Axis Technology, They are different colors you can pick from I got black,
So it wont... Read more
I took the Ozeri 4x3motion on a 24 hour test drive against my Fitbit ChargeFitbit Charge Wireless Activity Wristband, Black, Large. Read morePublished 2 months ago by VicFC
With just having my third child I wanted something that would help me get back on my fitness journey and this pedometer has helped. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Sports Mom