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Striiv Smart Pedometer, Basic Bundle
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- Smart pedometer designed to count steps with motivational challenges and interactive features
- Lightweight unit measures 2.75 by 1.7 by 0.5 inches
- Full color 2-inch diagonal touchscreen
- Battery powered with built-in rechargeable lithium ion battery
- Comes with Keychain + Quick Release, Micro-USB cable, Quick Start Guide
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Striiv is a personal trainer in your pocket. Its a little car key sized device that you slip onto your key chain, belt, purse, or pocket. Striiv’s walkathon, games, and challenges are designed to get you moving.
Finding time to go to the gym is tough and spending $100 an hour for a personal trainer is way too expensive. The great food we eat during the holidays makes keeping off the weight seem impossible. There is a simple solution: walking. In addition to the benefits of weight loss, leading studies show that walking 30 minutes a day dramatically reduces risks of heart disease, stroke, and diabetes.
Striiv Gets You to Walk...A Lot!
The average Striiv user is walking 3 miles a day for 60 minutes - that’s almost double the national average! Striiv was designed by expert game developers who created some of the most popular games on the iPhone and Facebook today. It has been featured in the O list (Oprah magazine), ABC News, Time, USA Today, Self, and Prevention Magazine.
Striiv’s secret to motivation is simple: we build highly addictive applications that require walking to make progress. Striiv gives you “awards” while you walk that are based on real world achievements (such as burning off a large fries or climbing the Eiffel Tower).
Striiv was designed to be simple and easy to use. The large 2 inch high-resolution touch screen clearly displays steps, stairs, calories and distance. It comes with everything you need: Striiv, keychain attachment, USB cable, adaptor, and a quickstart guide. Get Striiv and give the gift of health and fitness to yourself or someone you love today!
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Bought her this because she really likes graphic feedback and goals. She started playing with it while people were over and is delighted with the trophies, video game style feedback, loves developing her island, animals and gardens. It did the trick and made it fun for her to get active and moving. She's doing little up and down the step routines because of the rewards. She laughs out loud with delight when she gets new and unexpected items on her island.
I hope the incentives continue to work for her, but it's been well worth the price to get her active and enjoying exercising again. Just got back from taking a long walk around the neighborhood at her suggestion.
Technical thoughts. We agree that the Striiv has done a great job of tapping into short term goal setting and rewarding the desire for immediate gratification. My wife is a PhD / professor of Social Work, son is a doctoral student in Nanotechnology / Electrical and Computer Engineering, and we were all marveling at the design and thoughtful programming that has gone into this. He admits he might want one too because while he goes to the gym and lifts weights, he can get into sedentary patterns while writing and doing research. She falls into this when grading papers and working on research projects too. Both agreed that this got them thinking about how active they had been, and both liked the comparisons it makes to national averages, daily, weekly and monthly activity averages. Raised awareness of activity levels.
Bottom line, I've threatened to take it away from her at 10 pm each night lest she be tempted to do 'one more thing on it.' That's pretty strong motivation.
At first I was skeptical of the accuracy and functionality of a device no longer being made and sold on the Striiv website but after ordering one for myself I have now bought 3 more and plan to buy at least another 2! Once my wife and mother saw just all that came in the tiny package they couldn't wait to get there hands on one. Between the challenges and friendly races we are all much more conscience about how much we are up and moving around through out the day. Even if we don't feel like pushing on a few more steps for that Lemur Tree House or Tiger Fern we see how close we are to a donation of clean water for a day, a polio vaccine or a parking spot size of rain forest and we scream "FOR THE CHILDREN!!!" to help push us on that few more steps. The accuracy beats my Basis Carbon Steel and most other pedometers I've owned and used. The "Stairs Equivalent" is nice because it makes going up inclines like the hills around our house count as extra effort as opposed to just as plain steps taken. Overall if you are looking for something to help you boost your activity, even just a little this is the device to do it with. Between the fun little island building game and the donations you can earn there is bound to be something on this device that helps you to go just a little further each day.
I've owned a Striiv since July 2012. At first, it was very exciting and encouraging. Then, I started having problems with it. The Striiv would randomly stop counting steps. It wasn't a full freeze. I can still collect coins in the game and change screens, but I lose out on a lot of energy points and my step count is totally inaccurate. I have rebooted, but the step count remains the same after reboot and more walking. I've tried rebooting twice, three times... hoping "this time it will start working again."
No... it doesn't. And I'll check it later and suddenly it has started counting steps again. After missing 1,000+ steps. It's completely random and frustrating. Totally inaccurate.
I have a Fitbit, and it has never failed me. Sure, I can't do challenges or play a game on the Fitbit itself, but the step count is accurate. It doesn't freeze up. And I only have to charge it every two weeks or so.
The Striiv has to be recharged daily. Sometimes it doesn't even make it through a day if I play the game on it.
I love the concept of the thing, but the actual execution is a total fail. Sure, I like using the challenges... but when the Striiv freezes up, I lose the challenge no matter how hard I've been trying. And I am sure I could have done a lot more with my island in the game if I'd gotten all the energy points I should have (each step earns energy points, but if the device freezes, then you're not earning anything). And for the charity donations ---? Well, the device is frozen so I'm not making progress on that, either.
I've gone all morning long without the device unfreezing. I've walked 2 miles or more and my Striiv said I had zero steps.
I wear the Striiv in a pants pocket. I have it attached by a pedometer leash as I have with my Fitbit.
I did contact Striiv for help. They suggested I should reboot, and when that failed, oh well. The support ended there. I should have returned the Striiv. I really hoped for the best. I'm just glad I have my Fitbit (the "One" model). It synchs up with MyFitnessPal and Acheivemint and Everymove, so I get a lot of feedback on my workouts along with a weekly email from Fitbit telling me how my activity compared to the prior week. The only thing about the Fitbit is that it can be easy to lose. I lost the first one I bought after having it over a year. Fitbit offered me a 50% discount on the upgraded One model, and I bought a replacement. I keep my Fitbit on a pedometer leash and I've considered getting a Tile or something like that to help me if I lose it, but I think with the pedometer and a heightened awareness (I check it often to make sure it's there)... I should be OK.
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