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PD-727

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New From Tanita!

Health experts suggest 10,000 steps per day is optimal for living a healthy lifestyle. How many steps have you taken?

Tanita Corporation, the world's leader in precision electronic scales and body composition, has introduced the new PD-727 3-Axes activity monitor (pedometer) as the newest addition to their 3-axes activity monitor line. This model features an over-sized display for convenient tracking and viewing of steps and calories burned.

Tanita's unique 3-Axes technology uses internal accelerometers to measure motion on the X,Y, and Z axes, allowing users to carry the PD-727 in a purse, pocket, or around the neck instead of the traditional belt clip-on, ultimately improving convenience, and offering the ability to comfortably conceal it. This monitor also uses advanced software to analyze motion to prevent the recording of false steps, common to inferior or less sophisticated models.

In step with Tanita's unconditional guarantee of quality, performance, and innovation, the 3-Axes line tops the pedometer market, and the PD-727 is no exception. In addition to its over-sized display, the PD-727 features a step counter, calorie counter, distance monitor, walking time monitor, clock and seven-day memory.

  • Unique technology allows you to carry the activity monitor in your pocket or around your neck instead of the traditional method of clipping it to your belt.

Step Counter
Distance Measurement
Calorie Consumption
Total Walking Time
Clock
7 Day Memory
Neck Strap included

Customer Reviews

Got one of these several years ago and it served me faithfully until the third time through the washing machine. Each time I took the battery out and sat it in a window sill with the sun shining on it to dry out. Put battery back and worked fine first two times this happened. Third time it started adding extra steps in chunks. Oh well, time for a new one.
Charles  Maitland  2 years ago