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Review: Omron Activity Tracker is more than just a pedometer

At a Glance

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  • Omron HJA-312 Activity Tracker
    $50.00

    While we enjoyed all the features of this smart activity tracker, like tracking workouts and counting calories burned, the big hurdle here is the NFC tray—which is the only way to connect the device to...

At a Glance

While we enjoyed all the features of this smart activity tracker, like tracking workouts and counting calories burned, the big hurdle here is the NFC tray—which is the only way to connect the device to the web, and sold separately.

Price when rated: $50

Pros

  • Lets you track activity separate from pedometer functions
  • Has a built-in watch light

Cons

  • Not as useful for non distance-based activities
  • Must purchase a separate NFC tray to connect tracker to the web
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