Omron HJ-320 Tri-Axis Pedometer


Tri-Axis technology counts steps accurately no matter where it is positioned.

$ 12.95

Customer Reviews


167 of 169 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars
The Best Pedometer, September 28, 2013
By 
Bob Tobias “Robert Tobias” (Arlington, VA USA) – See all my reviews
(TOP 10 REVIEWER)
  
(#1 Hall OF FAME REVIEWER)
  
(REAL NAME)
  

This review is from: Omron HJ-320 Tri-Axis Pedometer (Health and Beauty)

Customer Video Review Length:: 1:05 Mins

Does this have every feature possible in a pedometer, you ask? Well, no, it doesn’t.

What it does do is count steps pretty darn accurately. It converts them to calories and distance. It totals all that information on a daily basis and keeps the daily totals for a week. Once I take care of the initial setting, a simple matter that takes a couple minutes, I never have to do anything besides have it on my belt, sitting in my pocket, or in a surprise place that is revealed for the first time anywhere in the accompanying video.

It’s that last part that makes this pedometer so great. The listing never clearly showed the size. I figured it was conveniently small but it was even better than I expected.

It is also quite reliable. I’ve tested it a bunch of times, counting out 100 steps and seeing that it registers anywhere from 97 to 103. For me, and probably most people, that is just fine. Pinpoint accuracy isn’t the goal unless you’re using this to measure a room for carpeting. Over a long distance it will tell you how far you’ve walked and if you’re doing a 10,000 step/day program it’s a good way to know if you’ve reached it. Larger devices may come a step or two out of a 100 closer though from the ones I’ve tried, this is as accurate as any of them. The thing is, I’m far more likely to have this with me than anything much larger.

I’ve also found this pedometer isn’t overly bothered by most non-walking activities. For example, I got in my car and the pedometer read 1774 steps. It read the same after 30 minutes of driving.

There’s a saying among photographers, that the best camera to have is the one you have with you. That works for pedometers too, this is one that is so convenient you’re more likely to have it with you.

0

Help other customers find the most helpful reviews 

Was this review helpful to you? Yes
No


61 of 64 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars
small, unobtrusive, and accurate, May 26, 2013
By 

This review is from: Omron HJ-320 Tri-Axis Pedometer (Health and Beauty)
My workplace did a fitness challenge and gave me a pedometer that only worked when attached vertically to my waistband. It kept on falling off when I did anything really active.

So I purchased this pedometer — the Omron HJ-320. I love it! It seems about half the thickness of the one that was so inconvenient, and the best thing is that I can keep it in my pocket! Also, UNLIKE the other pedometer I had tried first, the Omron HJ-320 does not mistake driving for walking. I’m amazed at how accurate this little thing is.

Also, I’ve dropped it accidentally a few times onto hard floors, and it has withstood that without any apparent loss of accuracy.

0

Help other customers find the most helpful reviews 

Was this review helpful to you? Yes
No


41 of 42 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars
Very accurate, January 17, 2013
By 
L. A. Saloiye (Levittown, PA) – See all my reviews
(REAL NAME)
  

Verified Purchase(What’s this?)
This review is from: Omron HJ-320 Tri-Axis Pedometer (Health and Beauty)
I only started using this, but so far I have found it to be very accurate. Which is kind of disappointing as I thought i was more active.

0

Help other customers find the most helpful reviews 

Was this review helpful to you? Yes
No

Share your thoughts with other customers:

 See all 196 customer reviews…

Fitness Technologies
Logo
Enable registration in settings - general
Compare items
  • Total (0)
Compare
0
Shopping cart