Summary: Husband bought me for Christmas; worked for a while then became inaccurate and would switch between steps and mile....then would lose all my steps and flip back to zero which really made me mad as I'm trying to lose weight and get in 2 miles per day!!
Summary: Its an old school pedometer. Easy to use. I like to lwalk and check my mileage as I go. Not wait until I get home and look in my computer. I'm visually challenged and I was able to set it up myself if I can do it, you can do it.
Summary: As I search the internet for information about this device I find the common negative thread that it just doesn't stay on you. Well the reason I was searching was because I had found one laying along the sidewalk. Obviously it had decided to abandon ship.
Summary: I've had this pedometer about two weeks, and have found it accurate and simple to use. As with other reviewers, however, I've had it slip off my belt more than once. Obviously the clip was not up to the task of holding it securely. Something had to be done.
Add another to the chorus who don't like how easily it falls off
kennancat "kennancat", amazon.com
13 February 2011
Summary: So, I'm shopping for a new pedometer now because I had one of these and discovered that I had lost it as I was leaving the mall today. It's a shame, because otherwise it's a good pedometer -- I liked the ability to change between modes and easily reset the counter.
Summary: This supplier is HORRIBLE!!! First they sent the wrong pedometers. Then they sent the 2 corect ones, but one that does not work. I ordered this more than a month ago and I still don't have received the final replacement!!!
Summary: I was very excited to get this pedometer. I took it hiking for my first trial. I got to the end of the trail and checked to see how many steps I had gone. It told me I had only gone 20 steps! I noticed that it was slipping off my belt, so I secured it and continued my hike.