Pedometers are small, portable devices which can be used to count steps using a pendulum mechanism which detects motion of the hips. While activity trackers are now widely available and accessible, pedometers are still used to track steps for individuals who may not have access to a smart phone or wrist worn activity tracker, as well as universities and research clinics for activity monitoring.

10K Branded SW200 Pedometer 2017

Due to changes in importing there is currently a shortage of Yamax pedometers. We are working with Health Management Group to identify and test alternative options.

You can still purchase 10,000 Steps merchandise such as hats, waterbottles and dog leashes, as well as other activity trackers from our supplier Health Management Group at 10000steps.net.au and contact their friendly team by email info@healthmg.com.au or phone 1800 000 180.

Buy your 10,000 Steps Merchandise here

Pedometer Instructions

To ensure the pedometer functions correctly, it must be clipped securely to your belt, pants or skirt just above the hip in line with your knee. The pedometer must remain vertical as it counts steps using a pendulum mechanism. Ensure that it is set to zero each morning and remember to take it off at night before bed. Record steps on paper, in a logbook electronically or directly into the 10,000 Steps smart phone application or website. Safety straps can be purchased to ensure that pedometers do not fall off clothing accidentally. To find out more about how pedometers function, view our article on Counting Your Steps.

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Yamax SW200 Pedometer Instructions
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