Pedometers offer a great way to keep track of your steps every day. I would like to share with you a product review of the pedometer that I am currently using, the Tri-axis (3D motion) pedometer by Ozeri.
Features of the 3D Motion Pedometer by Ozeri
- accumulates data for up to 7 days
- daily tracking of data, memory is automatically reset at midnight
- uses lithium battery (CR2032) – included in the product
- battery powers off after 30 seconds of inactivity to preserve battery life
- sensor is optimized to detect steps while walking
- mode key scrolls through the pedometer’s various modes: steps, kcal, distance, time exercised, average speed
Instances When Product May Not Accurately Count Steps
According to the manufacturer of this 3D Motion Pedometer, the product may inaccurately count steps during the following instances:
- when the unit moves irregularly (such as change in orientation)
- walking at an inconsistent pace
- during up and down movement
- when placed near a cell phone
I have nothing to compare this product with because this is my first pedometer – and I am just excited to use it. As long as you follow the manufacturer’s instructions (such as knowing how to attach or wear the pedometer and remembering what instances can cause inaccuracies in the step count), I think that this product accurately counts your step. I haven’t checked how long the battery lasts but with the feature where the battery powers off after 30 seconds of inactivity, I hope that it will take a while before I change the battery that is included with the product. My only complaint about this pedometer is that it lacks backlight. I hope that Ozeri will come up with a model that will allow one to turn on the backlight especially if you need to read the reading while walking in the dark.
The product mentioned above was sent to me by the advertiser for free. While I received this product free, my recommendations and opinions are based on my own fair and unbiased review of the product and my primary concern will always be my readers.