High Gear Pe318 Pedometer (Steps, Distance and Calories) High Accuracy Pedometers


High Gear PE318 Activity Pedometer

Motion sensitivity switch – increases or decreases unit sensitivity.

Step counter 0 to 99,999 steps

Distance traveled 0 to 999.99 miles (0 to 999.99 km)

Stride distance 11-60 inches (30 to 150 cm)

Calorie display 0.1 to 9999.9 kcal

Body weight range 65 lbs. to 340 lbs. (30 to 150 kg)

Battery type: LR43 1.5V

$ 9.95

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22 of 23 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars
Easy to use…Great Product!, June 2, 2009
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Andrea Hunt (New Jersey, USA) – See all my reviews
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I love this pedometer! It was so easy to program and use. You can input your weight and stride length to get accurate readings for your own specifics. It counts the distance walked, how many steps taken, and how many calories burned. It has a clip on the back to clip to a belt or to a pocket. You can flip through the information with the touch of a button.
There are only 2 things that I don’t like about it. 1 – The reset button is a bit easy for me to hit, so I’ve reset my totals a few times. 2 – There is a little slide button where you can adjust the sensitivity of the pedometer (slide to – for less sensitive, and slide to + for increased sensitivity). I sometimes slide the button to one way or the other, which messes up my actual totals for steps taken. Neither one of these 2 things have been a problem. Every once in a while they just mess me up a bit.
I would recommend this pedometer, however I don’t have any other pedometer to compare it to.

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31 of 37 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars
Not Very Accurate, November 11, 2008
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V. Canfield (San Antonio) – See all my reviews
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I ordered one of these to get the calorie and distance tracking that my
Omron HJ-150 does not provide. After trying it out for a day I have decided to send it back- my first ever Amazon return of seven years of Amazon ordering. Every little jiggle set the thing off on steps, even when I decreased the sensitivity. If you take it off it adds steps, bound up the stairs with a bounce it adds extra steps, shake it a tad it adds extra steps. You can also hear the mechanism inside rattle with movement. It drives me crazy. I guess I am spoiled with my Omron. I can take it off and shake it like a maraca and it will not add anything to my steps. It also does not make a bit of noise- at all. The Omron is just spot on. I wish the High Gear had been the same, because it is thinner and keeps track of things the Omron does not. Oh well, I guess I will be looking for an Omron that has the features I am looking for.

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19 of 22 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars
Great product for the price, November 11, 2007
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For a pedometer is a great deal. It’s easy to setup and the sensitivity adjustment works well. It takes a couple of try-and-error to get the right sensitivity, otherwise will not record your steps or record every movement, but in the end is accurate enough (I would say 2-3% error on step count).

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