Since I have been losing weight I have been trying to find a way to be more motivated. I have owned a few very popular fitness trackers just to have them stop working less than a year after purchase. I decided to start researching Pedometers because they are often more accurate and last much longer. Since I have an ongoing relationship with Ozeri they sent me their Ozeri 4x3razor Pocket 3D Pedometer.
The Ozeri 4x3razor Pocket 3D Pedometer is a super thin, light and accurate Pedometer! It’s JUST 0.5cm (less than 0.2″) thick and weighs just half an ounce. Don’t let the size fool you, though! It has the ability to Records steps, distance, calories, fat burned and exercise time, it also has MotionLock which prevents unintended motion activation such as when you are in a vehicle. It also features 30-Day Memory and includes a built-in Clock and Sports Timer with Auto Sleep technology. It ships with a belt clip, extra battery and a lanyard. Unlike traditional Pedometers the razor features advanced 3D Bosch sensor from Germany with Tri-Axis technology that provides superior accuracy in any orientation, whether up, down, flat, on its side, or at any angle.
You can currently purchase the Ozeri 4x3razor Pocket 3D Pedometer for $16.67.
I have been using the Ozeri 4x3razor Pocket 3D Pedometer for 3 days so far and I gotta say I am very impressed! I found it to be very easy to set up and this Pedometer unlike others I have owned has many options including daily steps, time, miles, kcal, total steps and more. I personally like the fact that it fits perfectly in my pocket but also comes with a belt clip and lanyard. I really love the fact that it has a 30-day memory so I can keep track of my progress! I also think for the price this is a steal! If you are looking for an affordable Pedometer that does so much I highly recommend the Ozeri 4x3razor Pocket 3D Pedometer.
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