Omron HJ325 Alvita Ultimate Pedometer, Blue
- Tracks steps, aerobic steps (i.e. healthy steps), distance walked and calories burned
- Keeps an accurate step count in almost any position–flat, vertical or horizontal
- Auto Stride Function instantly calculates stride length based on height and weight input
- Displays 7 days of activity on display
- Weighs less than 1 ounce allowing it to be clipped on almost anywhere
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Alvita Ultimate Pedometer
Alvita means lively. It’s how we hope you feel, how you act, how you live, all the time. The Alvita Ultimate Pedometer makes counting steps trouble-free. The small, lightweight design of this activity tracker (it weighs less than an ounce) means it can go everywhere you go and never miss a step.
The wide display screen, easy-to-read digital numbers and large buttons make this pedometer easy to operate so you can stay fit without fumbling around.
In the box
- One Pedometer
- Strap with clip
- CR2032 battery installed
- Instruction manual
Fits in your life
Although small and lightweight, this activity tracker has a rugged design. Along with a built-in battery saving mode, it may just outrun you.
- Tracks steps, aerobic steps, distance and calories burned
- Large buttons give quick access to current day’s data
- Calculates stride automatically based on height and weight input for easy set up
- Battery saving mode turns screen off after 20 seconds of inactivity; continues tracking all activity
- Tri-Axis technology keeps an accurate count in almost any position–flat, vertical or horizontal
- Includes strap and holder so you can clip almost anywhere
- Display's current day's activity and stores up to 7 days memory on display
- Automatic reset at midnight helps you easily track your daily steps and distance
- No tools required to replace battery; simply slide the lock on the back to remove battery cover
A little motivation goes a long way. Increase your total number of steps a day by 2,000 or about 1 mile when using a pedometer or tracker.
Experts recommend walking 10,000 steps a day, or around 5 miles to lose weight. Most average about 4,500 steps so hitting 10,000 may be easier than you think.
Just walking 15 minutes a day, every day, can burn an average of 420 calories per week (or roughly 3 cupcakes worth).
What's the difference between regular steps and aerobic steps? Anything over 60 steps/minute counts as aerobic steps, and it's that kind of activity that helps you stay healthy.
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First off, the accuracy seems to be about the same. After years of daily walks, I have a good sense of how many steps should show up on the pedometer. On level terrain, for example, I expect about 100-110 steps per minute. This pedometer gives readings that are in line with that. At the end of a day of typical activity, the step count does not seem grossly inaccurate. In short, it has earned my trust as being more or less as accurate as its predecessor.
Now I'll veer to a negative - the display shuts off after a few minutes, presumably to conserve the battery. Steps keep logging, so it's not like the device shuts down. You have to press a button on the front, which instantly activates the display. It's obviously a tradeoff, and I can accept it if it drastically improves battery life.
On to the best part - the improvements. Though less distinctive than the shield-like shape of the HJ-112, the new model is slightly thinner and less obtrusive. It lives in a little rubber case that clips anywhere you wish. Happily, this model comes with a strap that you can thread through your belt hoop to secure it. The great thing about the more symmetrical shape of the new model is that you can turn it upside down so that it reads the "right" way when you tilt it up to look at it. With the HJ-112, I had to unclip it and turn it around to look at it. This time savings offsets the annoyance of having to hit a button to look at the display. In fact, I'm training myself to hit the button as I tilt it toward me.
In summary: just as accurate, slightly less clunky and dorky, a little easier to use.
Update 12/6/15 - The battery conked out today so I replaced it - got more than a year's use out of the first battery. The low battery signal began flashing a couple of weeks ago so I had plenty of time to get a new one.
(1) This pedometer is accurate.
(2) It is very, very light, which may give it a "cheaper feel" to some people.
(3) The belt/pocket clip is not attached directly to the back of the pedometer. It is attached to a rubber cover you put your pedometer into (see my pictures.)
(4) It has a battery saving feature (a good thing) but if you like to stop in the middle of your walk and see how many steps you're up to, you will likely have to take the pedometer out of your pocket and push the "home" button, which brings up the display. I didn't have to do this with my previous Omron pedometer, but it's not a huge hassle.
When I first unboxed this pedometer, I thought, "This is really light and maybe cheap." But then, I took my walk, and it proved accurate. There were no unpleasant surprises. So, for me, this pedometer was fine because it counts steps accurately. Omron is a good company.
If you want something heavier that has a lot of "bells and whistles" (i.e., software), this isn't for you. If you're looking for a simple pedometer that works, this will be fine.
So keep in mind if you walk 5-7K while using the Omron you had a pretty active day.
Also I agree, that the case in kinda flimsy, mine has popped out a few times. I usually take out of the clip and place in that mini pocket that is in most pant pockets.