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How do i get out of pedometer mode? - CHOICEMMED OxyWatch CF309 Pulse Oximeter

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The unit powers on in the last mode it was in when it was powered off (Oxygen Tester or Pedometer). If it is in pedometer mode, do this: Hit power button once to start. If in pedometer mode, simply keep pressing the power button and watch the tiny curser jump between the four symbols. When it lands on the "Return Arrow" hold down the power button for a few seconds until the unit returns to the Oxygen Tester mode. ~jim

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My pedometer is set as follows:
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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.

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Here see if this helps....

http://www.gaiam.com/product/pedometer+fitness+kit+-+intermediate+level.do

How to use the pedometer:

Take out battery insulator pull tab.
Set the metric / imperial system.
  • Press the S5 (Up/Mode) to enter step mode.
  • Press S3 (Set) and hold button for 3 seconds.
  • Press S5 (Up/Mode) to toggle between metric / imperial.
  • Press S3 (Set) to select.


  • Basic operation buttons:
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  • Press S6 (Down) to toggle 12/24 hour display format. If 12-hour display format is selected, PM times are indicated with a P.
  • To set time: press and hold S3 (Set) to adjust mode. Hour will flash and display.
  • Press S5 (Up/Mode) of S6 (Down) to adjust the flashing digits. Hold the button for fast scrolling. Press S3 (Set) to confirm and move to minute. Adjust the minute.
  • Press S3 (Set) to confirm, and return back to the time mode.


  • Step mode:
  • Press MODE key to enter step mode.
  • The display shows the steps you have dones.
  • Press and hold S2 (CLE) to reset the step count. All information regarding the step counter/distance/calorie will be erased.


  • Distance mode:
  • Press mode to key enter distance mode. It shows the distance traveled.
  • To set personal stride: press and hold S3 (Set) to adjust mode.
  • Press S5 (Up/Mode) and / or S6 (Down) to adjust the flashing digits. Hold button for fast scrolling. Press S3 (Set) to confirm, and return back to distance mode. Set stride: 30-180CM (12-70 inch).


  • Calorie mode:
  • Press mode key to enter calorie mode.
  • It will show the calories burned.
  • To set personal weight: Press and hold S3 (Set) to adjust mode.
  • Press S5 (Up/Mode) and S6 (Down) to adjust the flashing digits. Hold button for fast scrolling. Press S3 (Set) to confirm, and return back to calorie mode. Set weight: 10-15kg (20-330 lbs.)


  • Measuring your own stride:
  • An individual's stride may vary in length. Input the appropriate length by measuring the distance of 10 steps and dividing by 10 to get your own stride length.


  • How to adjust:
    Motion sensitivity slide switch
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  • The pedometer must be directly perpendicular to the ground. The pedometer needs to be at a 60 degree angle to the ground. Dragging your feet, walking with sandals or uneven footsteps in a crowded area can affect the accuracy.
  • The pedometer only works when walking, jogging, or walking up/down stairs.


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  • Insert the panic alarm pin back into the unit to stop the alarm instantly.


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  • Flip out the exhausted battery and replace with two new *CR2016 (3V) batteries. Make sure the polarity is correct. Close battery door and fasten the screws.



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