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I did'nt think I would love it but I do!
from Hamilton Ontario
I have been lazy this year about getting out and walking, so I thought I would give this a try. I took it on vacation with me on a cruise for a month and I found it very encouraging. I dont think it matters how accurate it is but it gives feedback which is very important. In one month I lost 6lbsand I still wear it every day. If the time is accurate why not the rest ? thank you
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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A Smart Watch for Smart People
By One of the smart ones
from Langley, BC
I ordered the watch because of its features. I was not disappointed! The watch face is uncluttered and easy to read. Once I read the easy to read instructions, the first few days I wore it, I established a baseline for my activity level. I use the heart rate monitor during aerobics classes, and both the steps and miles walked to make sure I reach my baseline daily. And, its attractive to wear! I have recommended this watch to friends.
Watch is fine
By Love Country Music
from Gatineau, Quebec
I find that the watch reminds me to move! I am not sure if the step count is accurate but from day to day I know myself how active I was. I like the heart rate monitor feature. I would probably recommend this. Just keep in mind the price is right.
Not worth the money
from London, Ontario
The first watch that I received did not count the steps properly if at all. Could not get a heart rate either. I sent it back and got another but had the same problems so it is also going back. I gave it two stars only because it kept time.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
from oshawa, on
I have been wearing my watch everyday. It is good that I can keep track of my steps and keep an eye on my heart rate also. The Tony Little watch is easy to use. It is also very light and easy to wear.
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?? not sure what you want here!!
from North Bay, Ontario
I am dissappointed due to the fact that the steps are not accurately recorded. I check my steps periodically during the day - and in many cases the count is way off and has been severly reduced in number. I was looking forward to a wrist monitor - since putting one on my shoe never worked for me as it would fall off. I like the idea about calories spent and the number of km walked - but am not sure that is accurate either - since the step count is usually way off and reduces often during the day. I would appreciate if I could get a replacement - only if the problems clear up in the mechanism. No I would not at this point recommend it to anyone.
DON'T spend your money.
By boo boo
from Kitchener Ontario
The only thing this watch does proper is keep time. All the other functions do not work. It counts calories when not even wearing it. Bought one for myself and one as a Christmas gift, gift is going back. Too bad as it's not a bad looking time piece and the light is handy.
Waste of Money
I'm with Joanna from Ottawa....left my watch on the counter overnight and when I picked it up in the afternoon it had 578 calories burned on there already! When I walk 5 steps, it says I walked 12. It adds lots of steps if I cook or do laundry..I'm just moving my arms.I am very disappointed in this product and if were under the 30 days, I would have returned it, but I got sick and didn't use it until the third week I had it and didn't really "check it out" until I was wearing it for at least a week after that. So make sure you check it out BEFORE your 30 days!
I agree with the last lady. The step count is way off! i tried setting it on low and it still added way more steps then what I was taking! I like the heart rate moniter but thats about it!
Not bad for a Toy
from Nova Scotia
I have been tracking my walking and heart rate. I suspect that the number of steps is too generous, but on a day-to-day basis at leastI can compare.Heart rate was hard to get at first unless I was absolutely sure thatthe watch back had full contact with my arm. Then it was prettyaccurate.It's not bad and reasonably priced. Good as a tool if one doesn'tdemand 100% accuracy.