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Omron HJ-720ITC


$59.99 Released January, 2004

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Ability to upload information for data tracking. Health management software comes with it for free. Can be placed in pocket or purse - doesn't have to sit clipped to the hip.

The Cons:Calories burned are not as accurate as a heart rate monitor.

The Omron HJ-720ITC is a fully-featured, pocket pedometer featuring a built-in USB cable for easily uploading user graphs and stats to a personal computer. Featured is Omron’s Health Management Software, a premium suite that allows users to track days, weeks, months, and even years of exercise.

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In particular, it measures standard walking steps, cardiovascular exercise steps, calories burned, and distance traveled. Also included is a Dual-Axis functionality wherein the device can be placed either horizontally or vertically at the hip, in a pocket, or clipped to a bag. According to expert reviewers, the Omron HJ-720ITC is completely silent and highly accurate. Unfortunately it doesn’t come with an on/off switch or reset button; it automatically resets at midnight. Plus the pedometer is slightly larger than average.

Features

  • Pocket Pedometer
  • Omron’s Health Management System
  • Track Exercise By Day/Week/Month/Year
  • Measure Walking/Exercise Steps
  • Measure Calories Burned
  • Measure Distance Travelled
  • Dual-Axis Functionality
  • Completely Silent Operation
  • Stores 7 Days Of Information
  • Resets At Midnight
  • Clock Functionality
  • 6-Month Replaceable Battery
  • Included Holder
  • Included Strap
  • Included Clip
  • 1-Year Warranty

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Pros
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    ability to upload information for data tracking

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    health management software comes with it for free

  • 0

    can be placed in pocket or purse - doesn't have to sit clipped to the hip

  • 0

    replaceable battery

Cons
  • 3

    calories burned are not as accurate as a heart rate monitor

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