I was recently given the opportunity to try out a pedometer from the Ozeri range so I picked the Ozeri 4x3Sport Pocket Pedometer, which you can buy here for just £19.99. It comes in 3 colours; grey (as pictured) yellow or red.
The design is sleek and modern and the display is very easy to read and understand. The pedometer comes with an instruction booklet which I recommend you read as it did take me a while to figure out how to turn it on, and I could have avoided the confusion by reading the booklet - silly me!
Set up on the other hand was very simple and I followed the step by step guide. The display also shows the time which I think is really handy and you don't often get this with your standard pedometers.
This pedometer can count up to 1 million steps and has a 30 day memory so you can see what you've done throughout the month. The Ozeri Pedometer easily clips onto a belt or a waistband and is barely noticeable. I wear mine at work clipped onto my belt.
When it comes to accuracy, I think if you correctly work out the length of your stride and input this in accordingly then the pedometer is fairly accurate. I had mine set up wrong at first as I guesstimated but once I corrected it, I noticed a difference. I compared the distance in Km reading to the distance traveled by working it out on a GPS and it was pretty much spot on.
The Ozeri Sport Pedometer also comes with a lanyard, I find this great for attaching it to myself in the gym so it doesn't fly off. The feature of having a sports timer is also valuable for gym workouts.
Overall I think this is a great product if you're looking at tracking steps and it can really keep you motivated seeing how far you've gone. It's great fun setting yourself challenges and trying to complete your goals. You could even get your friend one too so that you can challenge each other.
To buy the Ozeri 4x3sport Digital Pocket 3D Pedometer with Tri-Axis Technology & 30 Day Memory for only £19.99 click here.
*I was sent this item free of charge for the purpose of a review. All opinions expressed are my own and I was not influenced in any way. Photography by Jimmy Scribble.