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My wife and I both have charge 2's. Tonight we walked the same distance. Hers said we walked 3820 steps and 2.78 k. Mine said 4669 steps and 3.54 k. What is the problem?

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The difference in your strides...
Hers.. 7,277 meters
His .. 7.581 meters

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