• DMC-03 Multi-Function Pedometer (color: BLACK)
DMC-03 Multi-Function Pedometer (color: BLACK)

DMC-03 Multi-Function Pedometer (color: BLACK)

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  • Accuracy - 92 to 94%
  • Steps
  • Distance & Calories
  • Pre-set Stride
  • 90 Day limited warranty

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Inaccurate and absolutely horribleThis is the worst thing I've ever purchased off Amazon. This thing doesn't count your steps one bit. There is a ball-like substance on the inside and what it does is count how many times that moves, not you. If you shake the pedometer thus making the ball on the inside move, it will count steps. I wore it all day with no results until I realized that's what it was. I ended up purchasing an Omron Gosmart for $22 bucks and it works amazing. Also, returning was almost impossible. Save yourself the headache.1Simple beautyI've been using one of these DMC-03 pedometers since 05/18/08, which speaks to its dependability. Once a week, I record my steps, press the Clear button to reset it, and I'm good for another week. I keep a spreadsheet that does all the totaling and converting for me, so one number does the trick.The reason I give it a five-star rating is because it does one job so simply and dependably, and at such a modest price. It is featherweight, unobtrusive (mine is black, and I can wear to a black tie dinner without attracting attention), and airport friendly. It has been with me every step of the way hiking around the Sonoran Desert, the Tetons and Rockies and Adirondacks, and never missed beat.I've probably had five or six pedometers in the past. Some have been really quite expensive. Even with tethers, they somehow get lost. They break. They are bulky and cumbersome. This little DMC-03 pedometer is perfect for my needs. It is a simple little beauty.P.S. I originally bought three because they were so inexpensive and I'd seen a complaint about their construction. Two and a half years later, I'm still with my first -- so much for the complaint. The other two are in unused in a drawer. A few days ago, I purchased two more (red and green) and had them sent to a friend who is in physical rehab. I thought the reinforcement they provide might be helpful.5Not AccurateI walk the same distance frequently around my neighborhood. Each time I have walked recently, the tool does not record the same distance as previously. I had the same tool for years prior that was very accurate. It finally 'died', so I decided to buy another one. This one does not measure up.1very dissappointing and not what I expectedI purchased 7 of these for walking event that we were having at work. I purchased 1 for me and 6 other ones for my co workers. I must say I was very dissappointed in these. Several of them came with what looked like scratches and scuff marks on them especially noticeable on the white 1 that I purchased. Also on one of my purple ones that I purchsed the mode and clear buttons were backwards if I hit mode it cleared it and if i hit clear it went through the modes. Also the steps seem to be a little off as far as accuracy. I didnt do a return on them because our walking event had already started and I wanted to be able to keep tracking our steps so I decided to deal with the buttons being on wrong but I must say I'm not sure I would buy from this company again based on my experience with these ones.1Defective when received. This device was terribly inaccurate. It counted one and a half steps for every one I took. I tried again, to see if I was doing something wrong - it measured one and two thirds steps for every one of mine. I made several more tests, with other persons walking. Each time it registered a different number of steps than the walker took. The percentage varried. I returned the device, and was pleased with Amazon's prompt refund. Amazon is great, but the device was at the opposite end of the spectrum! 1Disappointed It was difficult to open and would stop monitoring unless you kept walking very quickly or running. So if you wanted to chart just your regular day's activities it would stop. The first day I was on my feet at work for like 5 hours straight and the meter recorded 12 steps (which was probably when I stopped in the car park to talk to a collegue)- ridiculous 2DMC-03 Multi-Function Pedometer (color: PURPLE)the screen get creaked too easily .3Does Not Work!It doesn't work! Don't buy this, I bought this pedometer because it was inexpensive but most importantly because it was simple. I didn't want a bunch of bells and whistles, just to count my steps. It doesn't count the steps you do on stairs and doesn't count about an 1/8th of other steps. If I walk and count in my head 50 steps and check the pedometer it sometimes says 35, sometimes 42, it's just completely inaccurate :(1Nice Little Pedometer For The MoneyYes, it's cheap. Yes, it's plastic. But it does exactly what it's advertised to do-count steps, calories, miles/km. I got one for me and one for my daughter. Used every day, they're both still going strong. And that's with both of use doing an average of 15-20,000 steps a day. If you're having trouble with it not counting steps, don't put it in your pocket (I made that mistake myself). Put it on your belt or waist band. It's light enough not to notice. I forget I have mine on. I have never had trouble with the case popping open. I've never had trouble with it falling off my waist band. Neither my daughter nor I have had to replace the battery. I only needed it to count steps, which it does fine. I know my stride, so I can tell mileage and what it shows for mileage is a slight bit off, since I'm very short and therefore my stride is a bit shorter than average too.5Not accurate, but fine as a young child toyNot particularly accurate (it will count when you just jostle a little bit). Definitely would NOT recommend if you really are genuinely interested in counting steps for health purposes... I got this for my 7 and 8 year olds who were just wanting to have fun counting steps. It worked fine for that purpose. They didn't really know the difference, but this is definitely a cheap product that should be purchased more as a toy or for young kids.2Pace MonitorI did not find this counts your steps but rather how far in miles you have walked. For me, I wanted something that could count how many steps I have gone, so that I could try and make the 10,000 steps per day that Dr. Oz, suggest. I thought it would the type of item, that would count how many steps I have walked at work, at lunch, then cut off inbetween use, but continue after cutting back on. Instead it goes off, then starts over everytime, and for me, this is not what I purchased the item for.3Is it the pedometer or is it me?I have always wanted a pedometer and was anxious to receive this one. I read many reviews about many different types of pedometers and should have taken their advice. This was less expensive but seemed to offer the basic things I was looking for. I don't know if it is my inexperience or the quality of the item but it has not worked as I thought it would, is very sensitive to movement and, to me, very hard to understand how to read it.2It also gets him moving (not that he needs to he gets plenty of exercise) but to me this is much better than a video game or sit I got this for my 8 year old who wanted a fitbit. He loves it. He switches it to calories and loves all the modes there are. It also gets him moving (not that he needs to he gets plenty of exercise) but to me this is much better than a video game or sitting watching TV. If I were getting it for me I would want something a little more accurate though. I noticed that it pretty much doubles the steps that are really taken unless it is put on just right which for an 8 year old isn't going to happen. This wasn't made for a child though so I'm still giving it 5 stars. 5
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Inaccurate and absolutely horribleThis is the worst thing I've ever purchased off Amazon. This thing doesn't count your steps one bit. There is a ball-like substance on the inside and what it does is count how many times that moves, not you. If you shake the pedometer thus making the ball on the inside move, it will count steps. I wore it all day with no results until I realized that's what it was. I ended up purchasing an Omron Gosmart for $22 bucks and it works amazing. Also, returning was almost impossible. Save yourself the headache.1Simple beautyI've been using one of these DMC-03 pedometers since 05/18/08, which speaks to its dependability. Once a week, I record my steps, press the Clear button to reset it, and I'm good for another week. I keep a spreadsheet that does all the totaling and converting for me, so one number does the trick.The reason I give it a five-star rating is because it does one job so simply and dependably, and at such a modest price. It is featherweight, unobtrusive (mine is black, and I can wear to a black tie dinner without attracting attention), and airport friendly. It has been with me every step of the way hiking around the Sonoran Desert, the Tetons and Rockies and Adirondacks, and never missed beat.I've probably had five or six pedometers in the past. Some have been really quite expensive. Even with tethers, they somehow get lost. They break. They are bulky and cumbersome. This little DMC-03 pedometer is perfect for my needs. It is a simple little beauty.P.S. I originally bought three because they were so inexpensive and I'd seen a complaint about their construction. Two and a half years later, I'm still with my first -- so much for the complaint. The other two are in unused in a drawer. A few days ago, I purchased two more (red and green) and had them sent to a friend who is in physical rehab. I thought the reinforcement they provide might be helpful.5Not AccurateI walk the same distance frequently around my neighborhood. Each time I have walked recently, the tool does not record the same distance as previously. I had the same tool for years prior that was very accurate. It finally 'died', so I decided to buy another one. This one does not measure up.1very dissappointing and not what I expectedI purchased 7 of these for walking event that we were having at work. I purchased 1 for me and 6 other ones for my co workers. I must say I was very dissappointed in these. Several of them came with what looked like scratches and scuff marks on them especially noticeable on the white 1 that I purchased. Also on one of my purple ones that I purchsed the mode and clear buttons were backwards if I hit mode it cleared it and if i hit clear it went through the modes. Also the steps seem to be a little off as far as accuracy. I didnt do a return on them because our walking event had already started and I wanted to be able to keep tracking our steps so I decided to deal with the buttons being on wrong but I must say I'm not sure I would buy from this company again based on my experience with these ones.1Defective when received. This device was terribly inaccurate. It counted one and a half steps for every one I took. I tried again, to see if I was doing something wrong - it measured one and two thirds steps for every one of mine. I made several more tests, with other persons walking. Each time it registered a different number of steps than the walker took. The percentage varried. I returned the device, and was pleased with Amazon's prompt refund. Amazon is great, but the device was at the opposite end of the spectrum! 1Disappointed It was difficult to open and would stop monitoring unless you kept walking very quickly or running. So if you wanted to chart just your regular day's activities it would stop. The first day I was on my feet at work for like 5 hours straight and the meter recorded 12 steps (which was probably when I stopped in the car park to talk to a collegue)- ridiculous 2DMC-03 Multi-Function Pedometer (color: PURPLE)the screen get creaked too easily .3Does Not Work!It doesn't work! Don't buy this, I bought this pedometer because it was inexpensive but most importantly because it was simple. I didn't want a bunch of bells and whistles, just to count my steps. It doesn't count the steps you do on stairs and doesn't count about an 1/8th of other steps. If I walk and count in my head 50 steps and check the pedometer it sometimes says 35, sometimes 42, it's just completely inaccurate :(1Nice Little Pedometer For The MoneyYes, it's cheap. Yes, it's plastic. But it does exactly what it's advertised to do-count steps, calories, miles/km. I got one for me and one for my daughter. Used every day, they're both still going strong. And that's with both of use doing an average of 15-20,000 steps a day. If you're having trouble with it not counting steps, don't put it in your pocket (I made that mistake myself). Put it on your belt or waist band. It's light enough not to notice. I forget I have mine on. I have never had trouble with the case popping open. I've never had trouble with it falling off my waist band. Neither my daughter nor I have had to replace the battery. I only needed it to count steps, which it does fine. I know my stride, so I can tell mileage and what it shows for mileage is a slight bit off, since I'm very short and therefore my stride is a bit shorter than average too.5Not accurate, but fine as a young child toyNot particularly accurate (it will count when you just jostle a little bit). Definitely would NOT recommend if you really are genuinely interested in counting steps for health purposes... I got this for my 7 and 8 year olds who were just wanting to have fun counting steps. It worked fine for that purpose. They didn't really know the difference, but this is definitely a cheap product that should be purchased more as a toy or for young kids.2Pace MonitorI did not find this counts your steps but rather how far in miles you have walked. For me, I wanted something that could count how many steps I have gone, so that I could try and make the 10,000 steps per day that Dr. Oz, suggest. I thought it would the type of item, that would count how many steps I have walked at work, at lunch, then cut off inbetween use, but continue after cutting back on. Instead it goes off, then starts over everytime, and for me, this is not what I purchased the item for.3Is it the pedometer or is it me?I have always wanted a pedometer and was anxious to receive this one. I read many reviews about many different types of pedometers and should have taken their advice. This was less expensive but seemed to offer the basic things I was looking for. I don't know if it is my inexperience or the quality of the item but it has not worked as I thought it would, is very sensitive to movement and, to me, very hard to understand how to read it.2It also gets him moving (not that he needs to he gets plenty of exercise) but to me this is much better than a video game or sit I got this for my 8 year old who wanted a fitbit. He loves it. He switches it to calories and loves all the modes there are. It also gets him moving (not that he needs to he gets plenty of exercise) but to me this is much better than a video game or sitting watching TV. If I were getting it for me I would want something a little more accurate though. I noticed that it pretty much doubles the steps that are really taken unless it is put on just right which for an 8 year old isn't going to happen. This wasn't made for a child though so I'm still giving it 5 stars. 5
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