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Beeping won't stop in Sportline 370 pedometer


Use MODE button to scroll to ALM (alarm) then press INFO button to change from ON to OFF. If that doesn't work use MODE button to scroll to PACE, then press INFO button to toggle from ON to OFF.

Feb 27, 2012 | Sportline 370 Traq Motion Sensor Pedometer...

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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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Need instructions for sportline 343 pedometer


Sportline has the manuals for many of their pedometers on their product page. For the Sportline 343, see: http://www.sportline.com/products/pedometers/343-talking-calorie-pedometer.html and click on the Product Manual tab. Then click the Download button. The direct link to the manual is http://www.sportline.com/manuals/WV3482BK.pdf .

If you need help with a specific issue with the pedometer, please let me know. I may be able to provide additional information.

Cindy Wells

Nov 01, 2011 | Sportline Talking Pedometer 343

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What is the differencew between 12 and 24 hour?


12 hour is regular time and 24 hour is military time, example for military time would be 06:00P.M. regular time or 1800 for military time.

Oct 08, 2011 | Sportline 370 Traq Motion Sensor Pedometer...

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I have a Sportline TraQ Pedometer model 370. It does not say in the manual how to shut it off. How exactly do I shut it off?


Some Pedometers turn off automaticaly once they stop moving after a while. Others just require you to press and hold a button for a while. Leave it alone (eithout movement) for 5min, if it dosn't turn off try holding a button for 30sec.

Aug 30, 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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Hello, I have a Sportline Digital Motion Sensor.


Hello,
Do you mean the screen is blank or you cannot remember how to program it? Was it working perfect until you replaced the Battery?
Make sure the battery is inserted with the positivet side up?
Manual is here: http://www.sportline.com/manuals/370.pdf
Replacing the battery: 1. Unscrew the battery compartment cover on the backside of the unit using a small Phillips screwdriver and remove the cover. 2. Remove the exhausted battery from the unit, and insert a new battery (be sure to place the positive (+) side of the battery is visible, facing toward the battery compartment cover). 3. Replace the battery compartment cover on the battery compartment and fasten the screw (CAUTION: do not over tighten).

Dec 14, 2010 | Sportline 370 Traq Motion Sensor Pedometer...

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Missing a battery for a Sportline Model 342 Pedometer.


Same problem here. If your pedometer is rectangular, with slanted window, LR 44 battery should work.

Oct 23, 2009 | Sportline Exercise & Fitness

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