Pedometer Fitness Kit - Intermediate Level

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Work out with one of America's top trainers. Our walking-for-life kits include everything you need: fitness coach, Debbie Rocker; a pedometer to track results; and an endurance-building workout program. Debbie's varying-intensity workout combined with energizing, motivating music, burns calories and takes you to your next fitness level. China.

Upbeat, motivating music and guided instruction is proven to effectively increase your results. Debbie coaches you every step of the way, with posture tips, walking techniques and upbeat reminders of what your ultimate goals are. Download the CD onto an MP3 for your own personal coaching workout sessions. See features tab to determine the pedometer that's right for you.

Kit Includes:
  • Pedometer
  • 45-minute audio CD workout
Pedometer features:
  • Step counter
  • Distance traveled
  • Calorie counter
  • Clock
  • Panic alarm
  • Flashlight
  • Calorie counter
  • Lightweight and small
  • Clips easily to any clothing
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How to use the pedometer:

Take out battery insulator pull tab.
Set the metric / imperial system.

  • Press the S5 (Up/Mode) to enter step mode.

  • Press S3 (Set) and hold button for 3 seconds.
  • Press S5 (Up/Mode) to toggle between metric / imperial.
  • Press S3 (Set) to select.


Basic operation buttons:
Time mode
  • The display shows the current time.
  • Press S6 (Down) to toggle 12/24 hour display format. If 12-hour display format is selected, PM times are indicated with a P.
  • To set time: press and hold S3 (Set) to adjust mode. Hour will flash and display.
  • Press S5 (Up/Mode) of S6 (Down) to adjust the flashing digits. Hold the button for fast scrolling. Press S3 (Set) to confirm and move to minute. Adjust the minute.
  • Press S3 (Set) to confirm, and return back to the time mode.


Step mode:
  • Press MODE key to enter step mode.
  • The display shows the steps you have dones.
  • Press and hold S2 (CLE) to reset the step count. All information regarding the step counter/distance/calorie will be erased.


Distance mode:
  • Press mode to key enter distance mode. It shows the distance traveled.
  • To set personal stride: press and hold S3 (Set) to adjust mode.
  • Press S5 (Up/Mode) and / or S6 (Down) to adjust the flashing digits. Hold button for fast scrolling. Press S3 (Set) to confirm, and return back to distance mode. Set stride: 30-180CM (12-70 inch).


Calorie mode:
  • Press mode key to enter calorie mode.
  • It will show the calories burned.
  • To set personal weight: Press and hold S3 (Set) to adjust mode.
  • Press S5 (Up/Mode) and S6 (Down) to adjust the flashing digits. Hold button for fast scrolling. Press S3 (Set) to confirm, and return back to calorie mode. Set weight: 10-15kg (20-330 lbs.)


Measuring your own stride:
  • An individual's stride may vary in length. Input the appropriate length by measuring the distance of 10 steps and dividing by 10 to get your own stride length.


How to adjust:
Motion sensitivity slide switch
  • Attach the unit correctly and walk 100 steps. If the reading is 105 steps or more, slide the Motion sensitivity switch to the left. If the reading is 95 steps or less, slide the motion sensitivity switch to the right.


How to wear your pedometer:
  • Your pedometer clips easily and snugly to either side of the hip portion of your pants or shorts. For best results, keep the unit in line with the crease line of your pants.
  • The pedometer must be directly perpendicular to the ground. The pedometer needs to be at a 60 degree angle to the ground. Dragging your feet, walking with sandals or uneven footsteps in a crowded area can affect the accuracy.
  • The pedometer only works when walking, jogging, or walking up/down stairs.


How to use the panic alarm:
  • Pull out the panic alarm pin S7 (Panic Alarm) from the unit to trigger the alarm.
  • Press and hold S1 (RES) to stop sound temporarily.
  • Insert the panic alarm pin back into the unit to stop the alarm instantly.


Battery replacement:
Panic alarm and LED Torch battery:
  • Open the battery door by unscrewing the secure screw.
  • Flip out the exhausted battery and replace with two new *CR2016 (3V) batteries. Make sure the polarity is correct. Close battery door and fasten the screws.

PrintGET TO KNOW DEBBIE ROCKER
Fitness expert Debbie Rocker is a former professional athlete and personal trainer. She has worked with such stars as Marcia Cross, Lisa Rinna, Rachel Hunter, Kristin Davis, Rod Stewart, and Courtney Thorne-Smith. Debbie is the author of the book Training for Life and was one of the original developers of Spinning®. She was recently named the Yahoo! Health Expert for Walking and Fitness.

Any exercise program comes with inherent risks. Consult your health care professional before beginning this or any exercise program.
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Rated 2.3 out of 5 by 16 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Excellent pedometer I got this as part of my Silver Slippers program through my insurance. No problems setting it up although in places the instructions are questionable. For instance it says it says it should be worn in line with the crease of your pants. I think they mean the seam line, the crease is in front or your pants. Anyway I wear mine on the side of my pants in line with the seam running running down the side of my leg. It says the pedometer must be directly perpendicular to the ground. In the very next sentence it says it needs to be at a 60 degree angle to the ground.?????? It doesn't record my steps or mileage accurately on my NordicTrak skiing machine but I didn't expect that. Recording of walking steps and mileage seems very accurate. I walk about 2.5 miles a day and I have to up that a little to get to 10.000 steps. All in all, I am very satisfied with this nice green and black pedometer. March 26, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by Hard to use I tried to set the steps and weight but was never able to figure it out.  I would return it but I threw away the packaging before I realized that this is not a typical pedometer.  I've had several and they were so much easier to use.   Disappointed.  The listen along Cd was a waste  of time, the walk along music was too soft to allow use of the beat - not a feature that helped make this product useful. November 12, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by Don't waste your time with this pedometer I have used this pedometer for less than two weeks. It began by counting my steps very sporatically, and whenever it gets bumped (fairly often, obviously, as this is difficult to avoid), it loses all of your steps. The cheap plastic is already scratched and cracked (I wore this in the classroom during the day as I'm a teacher, and outdoors walking in the afternoon). Now it does not count steps at all. Quite a disappointment. February 8, 2013
Rated 2 out of 5 by Screen is very hard to read While this pedometer appears to work, and the numbers on the screen are easy to read, the text is almost impossible to read.  The words "step," "mile," and "kcal," displayed in tiny white text with a black border, are extremely difficult to discern.  For $15, this should be a better product for its limited task of tracking steps. January 9, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by Inaccurate, Unreliable, and Difficult I am very technically savvy and I have used many other pedometers. This one is the most difficult one I have ever used. The buttons are unresponsive and it took me 45 minutes to program the devise. Once I did get it programmed, placed on my pants correctly, and I went for a three mile walk only to have it read that I only took 1500 steps. My other pedometers were consistent in measuring right around 6000 steps. There is no way to adjust the sensitivity of the devise.  When I cleared the data for the day, it completely wiped all the programming efforts and I had to start over for the day. ARG. October 29, 2012
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Please email this request to ProductSpecialist@gaiam.com and we can sen you a replacement.
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I have been trying to replace the battery that is inside the device for a while now, I took it a store and the salesperson dropped the battery and couldn't  find it  before  telling me what kind of battery I need. Does anyone know what the battery number is, it would be greatly appreciated?
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The battery size is CR2016 (3V).
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The pedometer keeps making a clicking noise and the alarm is not on. Is there a way to make it stop?
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I have never had that complaint about this or any of our pedometers before. Your unit is possibly defective. Please contact customer service at (877) 989-6321, 7AM-6PM MST, M-F for a replacement.
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If you do not have the directions please email productspecialist@gaiam.com for a copy. If you have the directions and you are still unable to get the clock to run you unit is likely defective. In that case please contact customer relations at (877) 989-6321 for a replacement unit.
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My pedometer is counting too many steps as I walk, so I went on here to find out how I might fix it. Someone mentioned a motion sensitivity switch, but I can't find a switch of any kind anywhere on it. Can someone tell me where it is specifically?
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It depends on which version of that style you have. The older model has a sensitivity switch located behind the belt clip. The newer version doesn't have a sensitivity switch.
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