Why I Love My Pedometer and Don't Need an Apple Watch

October 11, 2014 1:46 PM

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If it really does deliver on everything it promises to do, the Apple Watch could revolutionize fitness tracking as we know it. But if you, like me, aren't about to shell out $350 for something that, if it follows in the footsteps of other fitness trackers, probably won't even work that well, there's a solution that, compared to Apple's latest offering, costs mere pennies.

There's nothing whatsoever that's fancy about it. Many models only offer one function: to display steps taken. "Deluxe" versions might offer that tracking in miles or kilometers or calorie expenditure as well, but in my experience, the wider the range of functions, the less likely they are to be acc...

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