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Omron HJ-105 Pedometer with Calorie Counter
List Price: $16.99

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Product Description

The Omron HJ-105 Pedometer gives the accurate feedback you need to go that extra mile and shed that surplus poundage. It's a great tool to track your workouts, with step and mileage counter. Counts steps - 0-99999 Counts calories - 0-9999 Walking distance - 0-999.99 miles

The Omron HJ-105 Pedometer with Calorie Counter is a digital pedometer that displays time, aerobic steps, distance in miles, and even calculates calories/fat grams burned. This digital pedometer can help you track your exercise program progress, and makes it easier for you to set and reach your exercise goals. The HJ-105 even comes equipped with a seven-day memory function so you can track a week's worth of workouts. The device is simple to use; just set the time, your weight, and your stride length, and you'll be ready to go. The HJ-105 features a lightweight design with a spring clip that makes it a breeze to attach to your waist. Plus, with the snap-close back case that protects the LCD screen, Omron has built the HJ-105 to last.

  • Digital pedometer displays time, aerobic steps, distance in miles, and calories/fat grams burned
  • Track your exercise program progress and reach your goals
  • Equipped with a seven-day memory function to track a week's worth of workouts
  • Set time, weight, stride length, and you'll be ready to go
  • Lightweight design features a spring clip and snap-close back case

Customer Reviews:

  • Don't like it
    This is not a very good pedometer. Not consistent, not accurate. I had one much cheaper years ago that did a better job. Don't waste your time....more info
  • takes a washing and keeps on clicking!
    I failed to remove my omron from my pants prior to washing - discovered it in the dryer! I removed the battery and let it dry for a day and it started right up! Love it!...more info
  • Unreliable
    When it works, it's fine. Unfortunately, it occasionally loses the settings and memory. I have been unable to determine the reason....more info
  • Don't waste your money.
    The pedometer is sensitive. I thought I could wear it all day and get a fairly accurate number. That's not so. Every time you move a certain way, like getting out of your chair, it would count 2 to 5 extra steps. Also, you have to spend some time getting your stride set up so it will accuratly count the steps. If you are planning on going walking, then it might be fairly accurate. But if you bump the pedometer it will add steps. I don't think it's very good....more info
  • Good Choice
    I purchased this Standard Step Pedometer for my mother in law to help her with losing weight and to push her to walk more. It works nice for her. She had a little trouble setting it because the buttons were small and she got a little confused. I set it up for her and she was good to go. She accidently cleared the settings a few times but it was no big deal to set it back up. This was a good choice for an inexpensive unit. I have purchased others in the past and were unhappy at the accuracy of them. This one is pretty accurate....more info
  • I've never even successfully used it.
    I attempted getting it calibrated, switching it different places on my person, etc. I couldn't get it to give me an accurate reading - and haven't successfully used it yet. My husband may have had better luck - I say try a more expensive model, but maybe I'm just not doing it right?...more info
  • Pedometer review
    This pedometer is easy to use and a good inducement to move more. Since my husband and I bought a new home I've noticed that I am walking a lot more and it's nice that it shows up in black and white. The stride is a little difficult to adjust, though....more info
  • Great for the Price
    Pros: small, lightweight, attaches well, protected from accidental resetting by closed case, accurate ( but counter sensitivity needs occasional checking)

    Cons: it fell into water briefly, once, and died. The aerobic step counter stops timing if you stop a couple of times or change directions a lot.

    Over all it's accurate and works very well, also has good instructions (a rare treat). It's a great bargain, especially for me, as I lose these things sooner or later....more info
  • more than I need
    No problems with this pedometer, well built and easy operation. After a few months it did not count steps very accurately (as all of them seem to do). I bought a cheaper model without calorie counting and discovered if you attach the pedometer to your shoe tongue instead of your waist it will count accurately. I have been using it this way for over a year with no problems. Only con with this model is if you stop for a while it will restart counting when you restart walking.I need to know my steps for my walk total whether I stop or not. Otherwise a good buy....more info
  • worked extreemly well
    This Pedimoter is very comfortable to wear and works very accurately. I carry it daily to monitor my walking exercise which assists in my wieght loss. I had another Omron pedimoter first and this one is even more comfortable and the 7 day record keeping is very helpful.

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  • Nice but little complicated
    Well, when I first got it I thought I could just run to the gym once the battery was activated. Not so, I had to read and read some more once I found I couldn't just mess with a few buttons. I had to calculate my strides and weight in the machine. I like the durable plastic and I don't think it will break that easy as I dropped it a few times to see. But the case is a little hard to open and you must close it in order for it to work. I think it is nice once you figure out how to operate it. The accuracy is decent. I walked 50 and it recorded 63 steps but there's a sensitivity switch you can play with to adjust the accuracy. I will play with that once I go to the gym. Keep in your purse or glove compartment of the car as it may motivate or aggrivate you. I also like the time feature but you can/t use it if the case must be closed while walking. Overall a little complicated if you just want something to count steps or miles IMO. I did want something a little simpler for life....more info
  • Waste of Money
    This pedometer is very difficult to calibrate. Just when you think you've got it right it doesn't record any steps. I walked for 3 miles and it only recorded a few hundred steps. Other times it would record way too many steps. Having used other Omron pedometers in the past this one was extremely disappointing. I'm going back to get the HJ-112 eventhough it is bulky. I guess you get what you pay for....more info
  • Excellent meter
    I love this meter. I've never had a problem with accuracy. It took very little time to set up and even though I accidently dropped it once it didn't break or malfunction. The clip is holding up and easy to use. I must say to all those who experience a dumb moment like I did when measuring accuracy. You have to walk the steps with meter box closed and also mid-setting on sensitivity seems to be the most accurate at least for me.Omron HJ-105 Pedometer with Calorie Counter ...more info
  • Pedometer with Calorie Coiunter
    I like this product because it is sturdy and gives accurate readings....more info
  • Can't beat the price
    I liked this product enough to purchase several others for friends and family. You just can't beat the price. My only problem with this product is trying to calculate my stride. It would be helpful to know if I'm totally off base by knowing what a standard stride may be. Also, I don't understand the plus or minus adjustment feature....more info
  • great
    It is light weight doesn't easily break. One review said that it doesn't count steps correctly, but it really does if you follow the instructions. It has only ever been off on my steps by 1 to 3 steps.
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  • Good quality Good price
    I've had this pedometer for about 2 months now. It's great. Easy to set up for your stride. I love that it counts regular steps and aerobic steps. It's a great little pedometer....more info
  • Wrong item sent
    I ordered two OMROM 105s and received two BP pedometers. I had used the OMRON 105 for the past two years and was very satisfied with it until I lost it. The BP does not have the aerobic function and does not have the 7 day memory feature. It is quite variable in recording steps as well. Therefore, I am most dissatisfied. I don't understand why the product was substituted without notifying me. I have reordered the OMRON 105s and I am hoping that I will receive the correct item this time.
    Linda JB...more info
  • Great Pedometer
    This is a great pedometer. It is small enough to be discret, but has nice size numbers that are easily read. I like the fact that it closes so the numbers and buttons are not exposed. It attaches easily to a belt and is accurate....more info
  • Simple and to the point
    The pedometer works quite well. During a test it counted all the 1200 steps within just a few counts - certainly accurate enough. It gets fooled by walking up stairs, which it ignores completely. Once, on a bumpy flight it added hundreds of counts. The calorie burning feature I do not use, so I cannot judge it. Overall this little pedometer does what it is supposed to do without any frills. Could not ask for better performance....more info
  • Works well, until battery dies
    I purchased this at my local Walgreens. It worked so well, I bought one for my mother also. We both wore them daily...until the battery died. The screw is so small, you can't get it out to change the battery! I wish I was able to change it, because this is a small, quiet, convenient pedometer....more info
  • Seens to work OK, but the Omron HJ-112 is MUCH better
    This product has a very "toy like" feel. The case is flimsy, the buttons feel funny, just toy-like. It only works when positioned horizontally on
    your belt. Seems to work OK, but don't dare drop it or it'll break. The light plastic case has a heavy metal weight glued inside.

    Why not spend $8 more for the superb Omron HJ-112? The HJ-112 has dual pendulums inside so it counts accurately whether on your belt or in your pocket. And it's built like a tank.

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