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PaceKeeper Pedometer

Welcome to the home page of PaceKeeper Pedometer. Our mission is to help people lose weight and get healthy and active without expensive gym memberships or unnecessarily complicated electronic devices that will be used for a couple of times and then sit somewhere in your house collecting dust. Our products are intended for people ages 9 to 99 years old.

There are far too many electronic fitness products flooding the market these days and the majority of them are expensive and complicated to use. Owners David and Tony have invested a lot of time, effort and money into various fitness devices over the years that ultimately became paper weights, door stops and clothes hangers. They set out to bring to market a simple, yet effective pedometer that didn’t require a rocket scientist to program it. It needed to be simple to set up and let it do its thing.

The PaceKeeper 3D Pedometer is primarily intended for people who don’t have time nor money to invest in expensive exercise equipment and programs. Its concept is simple: walk at least 10,000 steps per day, every day. The U.S. Department of Health recommends that the average American walk at least 10,000 steps per day. Eating healthy means restricting meals to sensible portion sizes and cutting out the junk food such as candy, sugary snacks and soda.

PaceKeeper was developed as a simple way of keeping track of how many steps you have walked. There are many pedometer and health devices on the market, and the majority of them are far too complicated with too many bells and whistles that typically go unused. This tends to distract from the main goal: to use the device to help you lose weight and stay active.

David and Tony took a look at the multitude of pedometers out there on the market and realized that they all lacked one thing: Simplicity and ease of use. They designed PaceKeeper to be worn in a wide variety of ways, and the 3D technology ensures that it will keep accurate measurements no matter which way you use it. By making it simple to fit this into your daily routine, you’ll be focusing on walking, not on operating the PaceKeeper. It’s always there when you need it to count your steps. No complications. Just set it and forget it.

Even better, no distracting social media notifications, text messages and e-mails.

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