Smarthealth Walking Fit Activity Tracker – White – Small

November 15, 2014 - Comment

Instantly Measures: Steps, Calorie Burn, Distance One Button Pulse/Heart Rate Stores 1- Day Memory No Set Up Required Includes Denise Austin Walking Guide Product Features Instantly Measures: Steps, Calorie Burn, Distance One Button Pulse/Heart Rate Stores 1- Day Memory No Set Up Required Includes Denise Austin Walking Guide

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Instantly Measures: Steps, Calorie Burn, Distance One Button Pulse/Heart Rate Stores 1- Day Memory No Set Up Required Includes Denise Austin Walking Guide

Product Features

  • Instantly Measures: Steps, Calorie Burn, Distance
  • One Button Pulse/Heart Rate
  • Stores 1- Day Memory
  • No Set Up Required
  • Includes Denise Austin Walking Guide

Comments

Joseph Dewey says:

Awesome heart rate monitor, with a good pedometer This is an excellent heart rate monitor! I bought one years ago that I had to strap to my chest, and it took 5 or 10 minutes to put on, so I love that I can put this on and get my heart rate in seconds. It says that it takes 3-8 seconds to get your heart rate, and that seems accurate.The pedometer is pretty cool, too. It’s the best pedometer I’ve ever used, but I’ve only ever used a couple of them. The instructions say that if it isn’t working, then you…

Paul M. Provencher "ppro" says:

Nice little Watch This watch reports:- steps taken- calories burned- miles covered- heart rateWhen you get the watch there is a little set-up process:Turn the watch on (easy – just press TIME for 5 seconds)Advanced Set-up- set age- gender- height (in inches)- weight- and of course setting the time.The instruction book takes you through each of these settings. They’re very easy to set up.This watch reports your…

Jeffhdz says:

Not a Nike Fuelband, but close I was recently gifted a Nike+ FuelBand and have been using it to track my activities. This Smart Health Digital Pedometer Heart Rate Watch pretty much serves the same functions. I used both products for a couple of days and here are my take on the features:- Time: both products tell time. The FuelBand sets time automatically when connected to a computer, the watch requires manually time setting before first use.- Pedometer: both track steps. The results are very close even…

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