Sanwa Supply Wireless Pedometer for iPhone

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It is no secret that many wearable devices can track your activities. But what if you don’t want to wear a smartwatch or wristband to track your workouts? The Sanwa Supply Wireless Pedometer can help. This tiny gadget clips onto your shirt pocket or shoe laces and tracks your steps, distance, calories burned, and GPS information. Even when it loses connection, the pedometer still collects data and syncs to your phone. The battery life lasts you 3 months. This is a Bluetooth device powered by a CR2032 battery.

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