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  • Can you recommend me a reliable pedometer.

    I'm trying to get a bit more exercise, and am pretty sure that I don't walk the recommended 10,000 steps a day. I am considering getting a pedometer, but I've heard that they can be a bit unreliable (i.e they reset themselves, count too many or too few steps etc.) Are there any that are reliable, or are they all much the same?

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    Re: Can you recommend me a reliable pedometer.

    I've read good things about fitbits. A little more than a pedometer but they're quite pricey.

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      Re: Can you recommend me a reliable pedometer.

      Omron seem to be a pretty good brand

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        Re: Can you recommend me a reliable pedometer.

        I've got an Omron and it is excellent - it doesn't need to clip to your waistband, so I just clip it inside my pocket and it hasn't dropped off once yet, which is what usually drives me mad about the usual design.

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          Re: Can you recommend me a reliable pedometer.

          I use an Omron.

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            Re: Can you recommend me a reliable pedometer.

            Thank you all for your recommendations, I'll look into these. I REALLY like the Fitbit pedometer, but it is expensive I will have a look and hopefully be able to decide. Thanks again x.

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              If I go out for a walk then I use a phone app suck such as Runkeeper to see how far I have walked/rough estimation of cals burned.

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                Re: Can you recommend me a reliable pedometer.

                Well I've more or less decided on an Omron, I also saw Silva pedometers which look nice, but your recommendations have swayed me! I will consider the FitBit for future, but almost 80 is a lot to spend on something, especially when a newbie to the world of pedometers ;-). Thanks again x.

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