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Omron HJ-150 Hip Pedometer

Posted on: November 25, 2008

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Measures steps

  • 7 day history lets you review a full week of exercise
  • Resets at midnight automatically so it’s ready to go every morning
  • Large display and clock
  • Omron’s HJ-150 Hip Pedometer is a great motivational tool to track your steps as you walk your way through the day, and towards greater fitness. The small device’s simple operation is perfect for walking beginners, and it’s a great tool to help you achieve a healthier, more active lifestyle. Whether your goal is to maintain or improve overall health, lose weight or get more energy in your daily life, physical activity is essential to staying healthy.The sleek and small HJ-150 simply clips to your belt before you head out for a walk. Or, wear it throughout your busy day to find out just how much walking you’re doing in a typical day of work, errands, and play. Note that the HJ-150 must be positioned correctly; it must be horizontal to the ground in order for the unit to function accurately. The device counts your steps and then saves the information for up to seven days, letting you review a full week of exercise. The HJ-150 resets its internal step counter at midnight automatically so it’s ready to go every morning. An easy-to-read large display also features a clock so you’ve always got a timepiece at your side.

    The HJ-150 is powered by a replaceable lithium battery (CR2032) that will last approximately one year when used for walking 10,000 steps a day.

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