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I've had a few cheap ones, but for the last 5 years have been using a Tanita, which I picked up at the Marine Corps Marathon Runners Fair in DC. I bought 2 different models, one for me and the other for my Hubby. My model needed the battery changed about every 5-to 6 months and my Hubby's model needed a battery change about every year. But my Hubby"s model had to be replaced after about 2.5 years, while my model just recently died. I was so addicted to having it that whenever I forget it, I felt naked. Forgetting it mostly happened while getting ready for work and forgetting to put in in my work clothes pocket. So I now make sure it's in my work clothes. I also have a morning check list to ensure that I have everything that I need to start my day.

I've missed having my Tanita, but haven't had time to replace it yet because it died while Hubby was in the hospital. Tanita no longer offers either of the models that we bought years ago. So in my "spare time" I've been researching pedometers and trying to decide what to buy. I really loved my Tanita and am finding it hard to decide what to buy. But Hubby is doing better, so I have more time and will be reviewing pedometers and hopefully buying one this week.

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Just got my pedometer for my birthday! Getting set so I can start using it right away! emoticon

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Thanks for the all the recommendations about the pedometers! I'm adding the Omron HJ 720 ITC to my birthday list!

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I have used an Omron Walking Style every day since December- in my pocket, purse, backpack, tethered to my belt or belt loop. Over the years I tried and discarded a few others because they reset themselves at weird times or had to be clipped on my waistband (and back then I was like my waist? what's a waist?). Dr. Oz gives this Omron to his willing victims by the way, a good recommendation in my book. I got mine from Amazon; good price. I like being able to look over the past few days and also being able to tell how much of my walking was meandering and how much had some pep in it.
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I wear my Omron walking style every day-----it's my best friend.

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Here's a link to the Omron pedometers: www.omronhealthcare.com/products/229
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If you look for them in a store, they are usually found near the pharmacy, not the sporting goods area because Omron is heavy into Healthcare.

I personally have the one so I can upload my info to the computer. I started with the HJ-112 and then moved to the HJ-720ITC. I ordered mine from Amazon and found that I was able to get it cheaper than they were in the stores. Another advantage of Amazon is no tax and no shipping charge for over $25.

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Hi,
I enjoyed reading all the comments re: pedometers. I use one all the time, but am uncertain it is totally accurate. It seems to be. It is a Bailine. I have had it for over 2 years. It is secure on my waist band which I love. I have tried others but they seem complicated, insecure and to many features on them. This one all of you are talking about, an Omron, seems to be very good. I think I will look into getting one. Can you tell me where you bought them. How many different styles there are. I will check out Amazon but feel a store would be simpler. Thanks for the information.

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Mine is an inexpensive Sportline and I wear it most of the day to track either steps or miles

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I wear a Timex pedometer. I joined the 10,000 Steps A Day Team last month, but before then I have been wearing a pedometer for a few years. I like that my current pedometer counts steps, calories, time and mileage.

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I have the Omron HJ 112pedometer. It is supposed to work in a pocket as long as it is in an upright position. I do find it works better when I wear it at my waist or even just below my waist.

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thanks to the hanging skin around my waist i can not use the pedometer that clips to your waist. i now use one and have a safety strap and have been able to keep up with it for two weeks and that is a record.

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I am going to go out to walmart today, and buy myself a new pedometer. I am sure the reason I have struggled with the ones I have had in the past, is that they were simply poorly designed. Thanks for the help with this, I am excited to get my new pedometer and track my steps.

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Another Go Walking by Sportline here. Bought it several years ago @ Wal-Mart for around $6.00 and I've had to change the battery once. I've dropped it more times than I can count and it still works fine, except that the 'Reset' button is starting to stick and if I lean into something, I'll change 'mile' to 'km'. I clip it to my waistband in the morning and chart my progress on the Fitness page every night. I do use it to count steps rather than mileage, as I both walk and run, and my stride changes radically.

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PFIFER80, have you tried the ones with the safety strap? I haven't had one of these fall into the toilet. I really like the Omron ones. They are sturdy and hold up well. I wear mine basically 24/7. The one I'm using now, I've had for over a year and half. I try to remember to change my battery though, every 6 months.

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I have had several pedometers.....and I like them, but they don't like me. I have the clip onto your pants kind, and several of them have ended up in the toliet. Apparently, when I took my pants down, the pedometer worked its way loss, and then jumped in for a swim (guess it was tired of walking LOL). I have stepped on them, sat on them. So, I have given the pedometer up, although I do have 2 of them sitting on the shelf right now, waiting to meet their maker.

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i have a pedometer. it is a sportline i put it in my pocket almost every morning. today i logged 15.84 miles mostly all at work.

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emoticon I have a pedometer put out by Sportline called " Go Walking " I never leave home witout it, it's a great asset to have along with me on my journey to good health

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I have an Omron that I really like that I had to replace as I lost it somewhere.

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Sure wish we had had this discussion before I bought mine at K-Mart last week. Hope its a good one. At least I'll know what to buy if it is. emoticon

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I have a sportsline.
I love it when I remember to put it on.
But for the next month my goal is to wear it daily.
And get at least 10000 steps in.
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I have on Omron Walking Style HJ-112 pedometer and love it. I also purchased mine from Amazon. I had a couple of other cheap pedometers and discovered that they weren't consistent or accurate in measuring my steps. I have used mine enough that I have already had to replace the battery once!!

One of the biggest advantages I have discovered is that since I got this pedometer is that I do monitor my steps (and I do feel better on the higher step days!) and that my activity level has increased. I went from maybe 2500 steps a day to 5000 - 9000 steps a day, depending on whether or not I make it to the gym. It does track my steps on the elliptical, which I have also found to be beneficial. While I still am not consistently reaching 10,0000 steps a day, I am sure that it won't be long before I am and it will be thanks to wearing a pedometer!



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SHARONGRACEW--What you mentioned is why I like the Omron. Not only is the clip substantial, but it also has a safety strap. It can be slipped into a pocket, or bag as well.

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I'VE BEEN DOING A LOT OF STEP COUNTING. emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon IT'S QUITE MOTOVATING!

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I have tried using a pedometer, but can't really get into it. I have had trouble with them not counting correctly, maybe I don't have it set properly to do so but I can't say I really trust what it says. Also have had trouble with them staying attached to my waist band; I find as I bend over and stretch through the day the clip loosens its grip on my pants, and then it falls on the floor, one of mine even broke when this happened.
Maybe I'll try again, but so far I haven't had great luck with them.

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I do and love it! I too have an Omron walking/running model..I believe the model number is H112?

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Just got my Omron HJ720ITC in the mail this week and LOVE IT! the set up was easy and seems to be very accurate. Glad I invested a bit more to get a decent ped.

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I love the Walking Style (Omron - HJ303) pedometer. Its a Tri-axis pedometer that works in your pocket. I find that it accurately counts my strides in cycling, and on the elliptical. It also has a 7 day memory to quickly flip back to previous days.

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I have 3 pedometers that I can't seem to get to work right. Mostly I get daily readings of 37 or something similar. One day I got a reading of 550. Now, I know it is 300 steps to my mailbox so, I must be walking more than 550 in thew course of a day,especially when I have to escort my 1st graders across campus to their other classes. Hmmmmmm.... short or counting to myself all day and being looked upon as a crazy person.....

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I started out using cheap and free pedometers in early 2007 (when I weighted over 230 pounds), but quickly realized I needed a more accurate and dependable pedometer. I bought the Omron HJ-112 from Amazon. I fell in love with it and quickly became a pedometer addict. I upgraded to the Omron HJ720ITC so I could upload the information to the computer.
When I started out I was walking about 5K a day. I steadily increased my steps to 10K a day. Then I just kept working to raise it. My highest step count was on 7/24/09 with 60K steps. Now I have a minimum goal of 20K. I generally get around 30K but work at making sure I have the 20K.
The Omron has been exceptionally dependable for me and I have purchased them for family members. They are extremely user friendly.

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I use to but my battery died and I haven't bought a new one yet. Next time I go to Walmart I'll get one.
I have never walked more than 8,000 steps in a day. I don't think I could ever do 10,000 on a regular day. I just don't walk that much!

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I wear a Timex brand, it was $14.95. It measures calories, time walked, distance and has a light on it. It's a slip on. I have used DigiWalkers and they're great, but I misplaced it. This Timex is more than a year old, I'm happy with it. The directions to set my stride were clear and easy to follow.

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I have been using one that I downloaded to my ipod and seems pretty good, and it was free so gotta love that!

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I love my Omron Walking Style pedometer, although I don't give it enough of a workout. It stores 7 days of results, tracking steps, aerobic steps, estimated kcal burned, and miles. I probably need to recalibrate it to get correct kcal, but I'm not as concerned about that as I am about counting my steps. Now, to get up and get moving! emoticon emoticon

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This is a great discussion for those who might not have a pedometer but who are considering getting one! It may also motivate others to count their steps!

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I've been using a New Lifestyles NL-2000 for the past week, and it's been great. I've had 4 or 5 cheaper pedometers, but the buttons were easy to hit or they would miss lots of steps - they were really frustrating.

When I decided that I wanted to track the steps I walk at work (so far anywhere between 4,000 and 8,500), I chose to order a more expensive pedometer. It does track calories & steps, but not miles. It holds 7 days in memory, and the buttons are covered during use, so I don't actually reset it. It also has a metal clip and safety strap to clip on.

So far, it's the most accurate pedometer I've used, and it's rewarding to know that I really DO walk up 2-4 miles daily just at work.
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I have Omron. I wear it in my pocket since I broke the clip. I aim for 10K everyday except for Sunday and that is my rest day.


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I have an Omron that you can carry in your pocket or purse, clip on waistband and has a safety strap. It counts steps, miles, calories and also counts aerobic steps/minutes. I wear it everyday.

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I have a Omron Pedometer that I love. I've had it for over a year. I had another for about a year and had to replace it when it went swimming by accident. I've had problems with it resetting. This model comes with software and usb cable so I can download my steps onto the computer to track. It was a little more expensive but worth it. Right now I'm aiming for 10000 steps. I was walking more but got out of the habit and am working my way back up.

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I have an Omron HJ303. I wear it on the waistband on my right side. It also has a safety strap so you don't lose it. I think I paid about $25 for it at one of our local sporting goods stores. It's worked real well for me.

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I am in Weight Watchers and know people who swear by the Weight Watcher's pedometer. I don't have one -- I have tried the cheap ones and I guess you get what you pay for...

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I wear my pedometer on my waistband over my left leg. My pedometer has a safety strap that clips on too so that if one comes detached, the other hopefully holds. That way I don't lose it.

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i put on a pedometer the other day and was trying to keep track of steps while at the grocery store, but it kept getting reset. I'm not totally sure of where to wear it that will be a good place yet, but I'm sure it will be trial and error. I have at least 4 different ones, none that cost of 10 bucks, so i may have to invest in one that costs more. But I'll update and see how it goes today, if we make it out.

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How many on this team wear a Pedometer? I've been wearing one since August 2008 when I was on a Walking team. I never did get very many steps in until these past weeks. I am just curious how many people on this team wear a pedometer.

A good one that was recommended to me before I bought mine is an Omron and can be ordered through Amazon.com. Here is a link.

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Do you have another type of pedometer that you like and that has lasted a long time?

If you wear a pedometer, how many steps do you aim for each day? I'm working up to 10,000 steps a day and I'll stay there. Some get more, some less.

If you don't wear a pedometer, are you interested in getting one?

Anyone else have anything to say about pedometers?

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