Pedometer that works

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  1. FergieTCat

    FergieTCat <font color=green>No, I'm serious. And don't call

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    I posted this as a reply in another thread, but I just wanted to make sure those of you shopping for a pedometer saw this ...

    Sorry guys, I should have been more specific. You can order the pedometer I bought on line at www.sportsauthority.com. I copied the info from the website for you:

    Sportline 330 Electronic Step Pedometer
    Item no: 1117483
    OUR PRICE: $9.99

    It's designed to help you walk 10,000 steps and it counts steps. You don't have to set it, it just seems to know how many steps you walked automatically. As I said, I walked and counted 100 steps, looked at the pedometer and it was dead accurate.

    Shipping is $4.98, so it would come out to $15 (still cheaper than the Weight Watchers one, which I personally didn't like, btw).

    Unfortunately, it does not walk the 10,000 steps for you ...
     
  2. bicker

    bicker DIS Veteran<br><img src="http://www.wdwinfo.com/di

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    I have the 350, which I think just has a few extra features. I find that it counts best under very specific situations, and under other conditions it either counts very poorly or not at all. I haven't found a better pedometer, though.
     
  3. nativetxn

    nativetxn <font color=teal>Moderator<br><font color=red>Hono

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    Thanks for the link, Donna. I think I'm going to order this one for myself :)
     

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