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How many miles is in 16821 steps


That is an arbitrary question without an answer unless you provide some input as to what is the "accepted" length of a "step". Obviously, as people are of varying heights and thus varying leg length, the length of a step can vary widely. If you assume a step as the 30" pace that the US military associates with the march step, then you can calculate a distance.

16821 steps @ 30 inches per step = 504630 inches.

504630 inches divided by 12 = 42052.5 feet

Since the 5280 feet in one mile, then:

42052.5 feet divided by 5280 = 7.9644886363636... miles.

Mar 19, 2015 | Cars & Trucks

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What is the formula to figure out the pace


(I got this from http://www.livestrong.com/article/93695-set-up-omron-pedometer/)
Step 1

Pace out an area that's long enough for you to take 10 normal steps, in your natural stride, without having to turn to one side or the other. Place a piece of tape at one end of this distance, then stand with your toes flush with the edge of the tape.
Step 2

Carry another piece of tape with you as you walk straight ahead, taking 10 steps (5 with your left foot, 5 with the right). Stop at the end of the tenth step and place the tape flush with the toes of your leading foot.
Step 3

Measure the distance from one piece of tape to the other, in inches, with a measuring tape. Divide this distance by 10 to get your average stride length. If, for example, you walked 290 inches in 10 strides, your average stride length will be 290 / 10 = 29 inches.

Read more: http://www.livestrong.com/article/93695-set-up-omron-pedometer/#ixzz1uuGDz1tt

Nov 13, 2011 | Sportline 370 Traq Motion Sensor Pedometer...

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I have a new sportline belt clip pedometer. It has 3 buttons: mode,set and r/s. How can the length of stride be entered into it so an accurate mileage reading is possible?


I have an older Sportline pedometer with the same three button arrangement.

My pedometer is set as follows:
First press Mode to get the unit in the Distance mode. Note if the unit is in Kilometers or Miles. (Press and hold Reset for 5 seconds to switch the setting. This will reset the entire pedometer.) Press and hold Set for 2 seconds. The current (or default) step length will appear and flash. Press Set repeatedly until your step length is displayed. It changes by 1" or 1 cm at a time. Then release the Set button. (The pedometer will return to the normal operating mode if you do not press a button for 5 seconds.) When you reach the maximum step length, the unit will advance to the lowest step lenght when you press Set again. Since my step length is actually not a whole number, I rounded down.

A different Sportline step and distance pedometer (the 340) is set slightly differently. To switch from Miles to Kilometers, press and hold Mode when in the Step mode. Then switch to the distance mode and press and hold Set until the step length flashes. Press Reset to advance the current step length by 1" or 2 cm. Then release the button when you have the correct step length displayed. The pedometer will return to the normal mode after 5 seconds with no button presses.

Many Sportline pedometer manuals are available from the company's web site on the product site: http://www.sportline.com . You can look up the model number.

If you add your Sportline pedometer model, I'll be glad to give the specific setting procedure for you.

I hope this helps.

Cindy Wells
(on her third Sportline pedometer, two had the plastic spring clip fail. They all had similar programming details.)

Aug 18, 2011 | Sportline step and distance Pedometer New...

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I want to convert the distance/speed from miles & mph to km & kph to assess the distance and speed after running?


Manual is here: http://www.sportline.com/manuals/370.pdf
SETTING USER DATA The Sportline TraQ is equipped with an advanced Pedometer that measures Steps, Speed, Distance, Calorie Expenditure and Exercise Time. In order to ensure exercise data is as accurate as possible, you must enter your personal profile. 1. Scroll to User Data (display will read AGE) by PRESSING the MODE key. 2. PRESS the RESET key to enter the programming sequence. 3. Adjust Age by PRESSING the INFO key. PRESS the MODE key to Advance to Set Weight. 4. Select Weight Units (LB or KG) by PRESSING the INFO key. PRESS the MODE key to Advance to Set Stride Length. 5. Select Units of measure (INCH or CM) by PRESSING the INFO key. PRESS the MODE key to Advance to Set Stride Length. 6. Select Stride Length Units (INCH or CM) by PRESSING the INFO key. PRESS the MODE key to Advance to Set Stride Length. 7. Adjust WALK Stride length by PRESSING the INFO key. PRESS the MODE key to Advance to Set RUN Stride Length. 8. Adjust Run Stride length by PRESSING the INFO key. PRESS the MODE key to Advance to Set daily step GOAL. 9. Adjust daily step GOAL PRESSING the INFO key and advancing to next digit by PRESSING the MODE key

Jan 02, 2011 | Sportline 370 Traq Motion Sensor Pedometer...

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I lost my directions and don't know how to change my stride to a lower number.


Manual is here: http://www.sportline.com/manuals/340.pdf
INPUT YOUR STRIDE LENGTH (Range: 12 inches to 60 inches or 30cm to 150cm) 1. Walk 10 steps. 2. Measure the distance that you've walked either from heel-to-heel or toe-to-toe. 3. Divide by the distance covered to arrive at your Stride Length. 4. Example: measured distance 360 inches, number of steps taken was 10 = 36 inches stride length. Important: Please remember that the length of your stride while walking is different than the length of your stride while running. If you plan to use this pedometer for both types of exercise, you will have to reprogram your stride length when you go from one to the other. 5. Press MODE button to reach the DISTANCE MODE showing MILE or KM. 6. In DISTANCE MODE, press the SET button. The display will show previous stride input in Inches or CM and start to flash. You will now have five seconds to start changing your stride length. If you do not adjust your stride length during these 5 seconds, you will have to start step 3 over again. 7. To change your stride length while the display is flashing, press the RESET button. Each press of the RESET button will increase the input by either 1 inch or 2 cm depending on which mode you are in. If you hold the RESET button, the numbers will increase continuously. Release when the display shows the Stride Length for you. 8. Once you have entered your stride length properly, wait 5 seconds - the display will flash and reset the memory - and the display will return to DISTANCE MODE

Dec 31, 2010 | Sportline 340 Step and Distance Pedometer...

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Need to know how to do button holes


for an older sewing machine, one knob usually sets the button cams, or the step by step adjustments. for newer models, there is likely a button hole setting, the icon is probably a button hole (a tall narrow rectangle with thick lines). if none of this works, here are the manual steps for a proper button hole

1) Align needle all the way to the left. Set stitch length to smallest possible. Set stitch width to medium (2 or 3, machines are all different).

2) Stitch down in a line half again as long as the length of the buttonhole (always allow a little extra; it's okay!). Remember not to feed the fabric yourself; let the feed dogs do the work. The stitches will be very close together. This is the left side of the buttonhole.= '

3) Align needle to center. Stitch length remains as small as it gets. Set stitch width as wide as it can go.

4) Backstitch a small bit. Probably no more than 8 or so stitches; you may want to use the handwheel. This is the bottom of the buttonhole: '_

5) After reducing the stitch width to "middle" (same as step 1), you have two choices here: You can either backstitch up the entire right length of the buttonhole (pretty tricky, but a tad faster), or you can crank the needle gently down into the bobbin, lift the foot, rotate the garment 180 degrees, re-align the button hole so the lines will be parallel, and drop the foot again.

6) If you pivoted your garment, the settings for the third stitch are identical to the first stitch. If you did not, align the needle to the right before you backstitch. Either way, this is the right side: '_'

7) Return the needle to center, widen the stitch completely again, and either stitch or backstitch the final side 8 or so stitches.

8) use a seam ripper to rip the cloth in the middle... make sure you do not cut any of the stitching!

Sorry this is so long, I remember making these and wanted to get it down right.

Oct 30, 2010 | Janome MyExcel 3123

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How do i set the stride for the sportline 2007 model 4202


5. Press MODE button to reach the MILE MODE.

6. In MILE MODE, press the SET button. The display will show previous stride input in Inches or CM and start to flash. You will now have five seconds to start changing your stride length. If you do not adjust your stride length during these

5 seconds, you will have to start step 3 over again.

7. To change your stride length while the display is flashing, press the RESET button. Each press of the RESET button will increase the input by either 1 inch or 2 cm depending on which mode you are in. If you hold the RESET button, the numbers will

increase continuously. Release when the display shows the Stride Length for you.
8. Once you have entered your stride length properly, wait 5 seconds - the display will flash and reset the memory - and the display will return to MILE MODE.

Sep 20, 2010 | Accufitness SportLine Electronic Pedometer...

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Pedometer # 4202


The Sportline 4202 has three buttons, Top MODE, Right S/R (RESUME/STOP), Left SET.

MODE - press once to alternate between Steps (how many steps you taken) and Miles (how many miles walked).

S/R - Clears the count to 0 for any mode by pressing one second. To change from Kilometers to Miles or Back Press S/R for 6 seconds.

R/S press one sec and then press SET one second to set "goals" for both steps and miles.


To change length of stride: press the buttons one at a time in the following order- R/S-SET-MODE.

It may take several attempt to get into the set stride and it may take you into other menus such as Goals in the process, just keep going in circles until you get to stride and change length with R/S and set with SET.

Feb 22, 2009 | Sportline 345 Electronic Pedometer

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Changing stitches on a White 1418 sewing machine...


I have a White 1418. Here's how you do it:

1. Attach the buttonhole presser foot (should have come with your machine) and place the fabric underneath.
2. Set the stitch length knob to 0, the zigzag width knob to 5, and set the needle position to center. Sew 3-5 stitches.
3.Change the stitch length to 0.5, the zigzag width to 2, and the needle position to left. Sew to the entire length of your buttonhole.
4.Set stitch length knob to 0, zigzag width knob to 5, and needle position to center and sew about 3-5 stitches
5. Set the stitch length knob to 0.5, zigzag width to 2, and set needle position to the right. Pressing the R button (reverse button), sew up to the top stitches.
6. Remove the fabric and open the button hole with a button hole cutter.

Sounds complicated, but it's really easy. I love this machine, you just have to know how to use it!

Sep 18, 2007 | White Sewing 1418 Mechanical Sewing...

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Buttonhole


I'm afraid that you are unable to correct this glitch on your own. Any sewing machine service center/shop will do...call around and look for the shop with the lowest 'minimum' charge. It is such a simple fix. However, although simple, the adjustment is so incrementally precise that without thorough understanding, your stich patterns could be rendered unuseable. I have no idea of the current value of your sewing machine, but if you deem the repair costs prohibitive, there is a workaround so you can complete your buttonhole. Complete your buttonhole setup as normal. I assume that you run tests first to adjust your stitch length/density of the buttonhole using the Step 1 setting. When you find the the length/density that you want, using an ink marker/crayon...whatever...being as precise as possible, mark a linear line from the edge of your length selector dial, continuing to the body of your machine. Now, select Buttonhole Setting #3, and increase the stitch length until you see the length/density that you want. Find a clear spot on your length dial and repeat the marking procedure. When you are ready to make a buttonhole, align the markings for Buttonhole Step 1 on your stitch length dial and proceed, complete your tack of step 2, stop, manually raise your needle out of the fabric using the balance (hand) wheel on the right, adjust your stitch length dial accordingly for Step 3, then on to your final tack #4. If it's only your buttonholer that is giving you trouble, take the extra 15 minutes or so, and use the workaround and mark your machine. It doesn't have to be ink, it can be pinstriping tape...whatever, and spend the money you saved on fabrics and notions instead.....good luck my friend.

Jul 27, 2007 | Singer 2732 Mechanical Sewing Machine

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