What a great gift! I’m talking about the Sportline Snapshot Pedometer, which Jack & I gifted to John for Father’s Day (okay, a few weeks early, so he could get a jump on testing it out!). John’s been wearing the Sportline Snapshot Pedometer for about two weeks now, and I have to tell you, he’s impressed.
As a physical fitness fanatic, he’s tried pedometer after pedometer, finding that they often break, lose count of steps, or over count steps. He’s had the most success to date with the Sportline. Once he got the hang of the little device, he took right to keeping it in his pocket all day at the office, where he frequently walks during the course of his day as an engineer, to and from the lab, to his test site, and of course, around the office itself. At lunch, he wears it to the gym for his daily workout (he’s so much more dedicated than me!) while he jogs, hits the elliptical, and of course, the weights. The Sportline Pedometer has five different functions that further track progress including steps, distance, calories, average pace/speed, and time. John’s found it to be accurate, comfortable to wear, and pretty all around cool. Score for the Father’s Day gift and the Sportline Pedometer!
It’s not too late to snag one for your husband or father for a thoughtful, useful Father’s Day gift. Sportline Snapshot Pedometer can be found at Dick’s Sporting Goods for about $30.