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Ozeri 4x3sport Pocket 3D Pedometer and Activity Tracker with Tri-Axis Technology & 30 Day Memory

Item# 00864530000P | Model# PD4X3-3PAR | Added on July 14, 2015 |
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Ozeri 4x3sport Pocket 3D Pedometer and Activity Tracker with Tri-Axis Technology & 30 Day Memory
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Introducing the 4x3sport Tri-Mode Activity Tracker and Pedometer by Ozeri - the world's most advanced multi-axis activity tracker. This latest edition features Ozeri's new Tri-Mode technology with separate walking, running and stair-climbing modes for the greatest possible accuracy based on exercise type. Unlike conventional activity trackers that require a preferred orientation to work properly, the 4x3sport utilizes the latest generation in multi-axis technology to provide superior accuracy in your pocket or purse, and in any position, whether up, down, flat, on its side, or at any angle. The 4x3sport utilizes a digital 3D acceleration sensor which is far more accurate than mechanical sensors used in traditional activity trackers. Compact, sleek and slim, the 4x3sport Activity Tracker fits is any pocket and is the ultimate personal trainer. Used by professional 100 mile ultra-runners such as Evan Kimber, the 4x3sport is a comprehensive activity tracker that records your steps, stairs climbed, distance, calories burned and time spent exercising, with separate algorithms for walking, running and stair climbing.   It counts up to 1 million steps and includes built-in memory that records your daily activity for up to 30 days. The new 4x3sport features a Steps2Target feature tracks and calculates your steps toward your daily target and graphical displays your progress on its bright LCD screen. The 4x3sport filters out vibrations and only begins counting after it ... read more
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