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Activity	Steps
	 Per	Minute
	 Of	Activity
Canoeing	 60
Chopping	 Wood	 126
Cycling	 150
Horseshoes	 52
In-line	skating	 200
Judo	and	karate	 236
Rowing	150
Skating	150
Skiing
	 Moderate	to	steep	150
	 Downhill	racing	 306
	 Cross	country	 225
Snowshoeing	156
Swimming
	 Pleasure	 96
	 Freestyle—25–50	yards	per	minute	 150
	 Butterfly—50	yards	per	minute	 150
	 Backstroke—25–50	yards	per	minute	 150
	 Breaststroke—25–50	yards	per	minute	 150
	 Sidestroke—40	yards	per	minute	 196
Volleyball	 90
Waterskiing...
                                            
                                                    How to Convert  Steps to  Miles 
Y ou’re  weari ng your  ped omet er and  counti ng your  steps.  Do you wa nt to  see  how 
many  miles  you’re  walking?  Here’s  how to co nvert  your persona l  steps  to mil es. 
1. Wear  the  ped omet er and  w al k  one  lap  around  a  400- meter track  (the  kind  
found  at  a  high  school ). (If  you  don ’t  ha ve  acce ss to a trac k, you  can drive  a 
route,  measuring  a mil e on  your  car’s  odometer—be  sure  you  know  ex actly  
where  to  start  and...
                                            
                                                    ACCUSPLIT , Inc
3090 Independence Drive, Suite 148
Livermore, CA 94551 US A
800-935-1996 • 925-290-1900
FAX 925-290-1930
www .ACCUSPLIT .com  •  suppor [email protected] .com
Made in PR China 
                                            
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ACCUSPLIT , Inc.  •  3090 Independence Drive, Suite 148  •  Livermore, CA  94551 USA
800-935-1996  •  925-290-1900  •  FAX 925-290-1930  •       www.ACCUSPLIT .com  •  [email protected] .com 
                                            
                                                    NO-PROOF-OF-PU RCHA SE LIMITED  WARRAN TY
S ee la be l o n b a ck o f un it f o r d e ta ils,  or c he ck   
h tt p :/ /s u ppo rt.A CC U SPLIT .c om
A CCUSPLIT , Inc
3090 Independence Drive, Suite 148
Livermore, CA 94551 USA
800-935-1996  •  925-290-1900
FAX 925-290-1930
www ACCUSPLIT .com  •  suppor [email protected] .com 
                                            
                                                    WEARING YOUR PEDOMETER
While gently holding the belt clip open, slide the pedometer 
onto your belt or the top edge of your pants or skirt. It should fit 
snugly and level, above one knee. 
Note:  The pedometer should be as vertical as possible. 
W alkers with larger stomachs may find it helpful to wear the 
pedometer farther back on the bod y, toward one hip. 
The co ver must be c losed for the pedometer to w ork. T o 
avoid losing or dropping your pedomete r, use the included 
leash and clip to fasten...
                                            
                                                    VIEWING YOUR RESULTS
Once you put on your pedometer with the case 
closed, it will automatically begin to r ecord your 
steps. Most people pr efer to reset their step count 
daily . Simply pr ess RESET each mor ning to reset 
step count to 0. REPLACING THE BA
TTERY
When the display starts to dim or goes blank, 
r eplace the battery with one LR-44 battery: 
Insert a coin into the slot on the bottom of the 
case (above leash slot), and twist counte rclock-
wise to pop open the case. Replace battery with...
                                            
                                                    VIEWING YOUR RESULTS
Once you put on your pedometer with the case 
closed, it will automatically begin to r ecord your 
steps. Most people pr efer to reset their step count 
daily . Simply pr ess RESET each mor ning to reset 
step count to 0. REPLACING THE BA
TTERY
When the display starts to dim or goes blank, 
r eplace the battery with one LR-44 battery: 
Insert a coin into the slot on the bottom of the 
case (above leash slot), and twist counte rclock-
wise to pop open the case. Replace battery with...
                                            
                                                    VIEWING YOUR RESULTS
Once you put on your pedometer with the case 
closed, it will automatically begin to r ecord your 
steps. Most people pr efer to reset their step count 
daily . Simply pr ess RESET each mor ning to reset 
step count to 0. REPLACING THE BA
TTERY
When the display starts to dim or goes blank, 
r eplace the battery with one LR-44 battery: 
Insert a coin into the slot on the bottom of the 
case (above leash slot), and twist counte rclock-
wise to pop open the case. Replace battery with...
                                            
                                                    VIEWING YOUR RESULTS
Once you put on your pedometer with the case 
closed, it will automatically begin to r ecord your 
steps. Most people pr efer to reset their step count 
daily . Simply pr ess RESET each mor ning to reset 
step count to 0. REPLACING THE BA
TTERY
When the display starts to dim or goes blank, 
r eplace the battery with one LR-44 battery: 
Insert a coin into the slot on the bottom of the 
case (above leash slot), and twist counte rclock-
wise to pop open the case. Replace battery with...
                                            
                                                    VIEWING YOUR RESULTS
Once you put on your pedometer with the case 
closed, it will automatically begin to r ecord your 
steps. Most people pr efer to reset their step count 
daily . Simply pr ess RESET each mor ning to reset 
step count to 0. REPLACING THE BA
TTERY
When the display starts to dim or goes blank, 
r eplace the battery with one LR-44 battery: 
Insert a coin into the slot on the bottom of the 
case (above leash slot), and twist counte rclock-
wise to pop open the case. Replace battery with...
                                            
                                                    VIEWING YOUR RESULTS
Once you put on your pedometer with the case 
closed, it will automatically begin to r ecord your 
steps. Most people pr efer to reset their step count 
daily . Simply pr ess RESET each mor ning to reset 
step count to 0. REPLACING THE BA
TTERY
When the display starts to dim or goes blank, 
r eplace the battery with one LR-44 battery: 
Insert a coin into the slot on the bottom of the 
case (above leash slot), and twist counte rclock-
wise to pop open the case. Replace battery with...
                                            
                                                    WEARING YOUR PEDOMETER
While gently holding the belt clip open, slide the pedometer 
onto your belt or the top edge of your pants or skirt. It should fit 
snugly and level, above one knee. 
Note:  The pedometer should be as vertical as possible. 
W alkers with larger stomachs may find it helpful to wear the 
pedometer farther back on the bod y, toward one hip. 
The co ver must be c losed for the pedometer to w ork. T o 
avoid losing or dropping your pedomete r, use the included 
leash and clip to fasten...
                                            
                                                    VIEWING YOUR RESULTS
Once you put on your pedometer with the case 
closed, it will automatically begin to r ecord your 
steps. Most people pr efer to reset their step count 
daily . Simply pr ess RESET each mor ning to reset 
step count to 0. REPLACING THE BA
TTERY
When the display starts to dim or goes blank, 
r eplace the battery with one LR-44 battery: 
Insert a coin into the slot on the bottom of the 
case (above leash slot), and twist counte rclock-
wise to pop open the case. Replace battery with...
                                            
                                                    WEARING YOUR PEDOMETER
While gently holding the belt clip open, slide the pedometer 
onto your belt or the top edge of your pants or skirt. It should fit 
snugly and level, above one knee. 
Note:  The pedometer should be as vertical as possible. 
W alkers with larger stomachs may find it helpful to wear the 
pedometer farther back on the bod y, toward one hip. 
The co ver must be c losed for the pedometer to w ork. T o 
avoid losing or dropping your pedomete r, use the included 
leash and clip to fasten...
                                            
                                                    WEARING YOUR PEDOMETER
While gently holding the belt clip open, slide the pedometer 
onto your belt or the top edge of your pants or skirt. It should fit 
snugly and level, above one knee. 
Note:  The pedometer should be as vertical as possible. 
W alkers with larger stomachs may find it helpful to wear the 
pedometer farther back on the bod y, toward one hip. 
The co ver must be c losed for the pedometer to w ork. T o 
avoid losing or dropping your pedomete r, use the included 
leash and clip to fasten...