"Three great things about this watch: It has a very easy face to read, the heart monitor feature is simple and easy to use, and the price for such features is terrific. It is also comfortable and looks great."
"Was excited about a watch that was also a pedometer. Not! Yesterday, while rising from a sitting to a standing position it registered 18 steps! Huh? On Sunday's hike it registered at least 1 1/2 - 4 steps for each step I took. Also, there was no calibration for length of step so you could calculate distance walked/stepped. The Heart Monitor might work - but it takes a really long time to register and give result - nothing you can use "on the fly" as I tried to while hiking in heat on Sunday. So it's a relatively accurate, inexpensive watch. Next issue - how long will the battery last. Luckily I paid only $22 for this on sale at Costco, but I wouldn't recommend it."
"After 3 months of regular use, the battery on my watch/heart rate monitor/pedometer just died. As other reviewers indicated, the watch is easy to read, but the pedometer doesn't always register when walking indoors (i.e. home, grocery store)- though swinging your arm as you walk seems to help the device with counting steps."
Cons: inaccurate, unreliable pedometer function, bulky and ill fitting
"I have no problem getting this watch to register my pulse, but as a pedometer, it is pretty much useless. The button that activates the pedometer function is on the side of the watch, and minimal contact will deactivate the counting function. Like just the sleeve of your jacket. It is not all that accurate when it does keep counting. It does not fit your wrist very well, and is rather uncomfortable."
"The Veterans Administration to save money for Vet's in their MOVE Program would issue a cheep version of this item. Made out of Airplane Model Plastic that hooked to your belt. One swing of the arm and it was off your belt and onto the ground. It it hits a hard service it would break. No worries with this item, Won't come off your wrist unless you take it off and even if you dropped it, unless your on the roof of a ten story building, it will survive. My only complaint is that my wrist is to big for the monitor and I will have to get a jeweler to put on a larger band."
"Price is good. I would like it better if it displayed pulse continuously. You have to push button each time to display it. Also, they say you should avoid water. I would wish it was at least water resistant."
"The pulse rate monitor works well (often you have to wet your finger), I think. It only tests for a few seconds and there are sharp differences within a few minutes. The step counter is more problematic. Sometimes it works and sometimes it doesn't. It goes off when you rest so it's hard to remember to keep turning it back on."
Cons: no date function, hard to get a heartbeat read, not easily reset
"I was disappointed with this product. Only has time. (no date) The step counter is hard to clear and has to be done after every walk or day. The heart rate is hard to get. You have to press hard with two fingers to get a reading and even then it only works after multiple tries. I would not recommend this product."
"I love this watch. It does everything I want it to do. I especially like how I can have the time part of the watch show while it is still recording my steps. I appreciate that it stops automatically after 15 min of no movement & when I start it up again it continues from where it left off so I can get a whole day of steps counted. Excellent design!"
"Cannot recommend this product. I wanted it as a step counter but found that even attaching to my wrist caused the counter to add steps. I could shake my arm and many steps would appear. This product did not meet my need so I can't recommend."
Cons: u must restart pedometer or u will miss steps
Model Number: Style EZ4U101
"I bought the Smart Health Watch, HRM and Pedometer for the multiple things it does. My doctor, physical therapist and trainer all give it a thumbs up! The neutral gray color goes with everything, which encouraged me to wear it more. Sometimes the pedometer takes time to catch up; it eventually does. If you sit too long, don't forget to push the pedometer button to restart your step count. Overall, I am glad I purchased the Smart Health Watch. No more excuses, get moving!"
"This product motivates me to strive for at least 10,000 steps per day and on the days when I don't walk as much, it reminds me to move as much as possible. I've convinced my sister to purchase one and though we live far away, we still email each other our daily numbers. I'm glad this product fits my small 6" wrist."