Question about Ariel Premium Supply Clearview Pedometer
How often does the clearview pedometer reset itself
I'm responding 'cuz my Clearview pedometer remains something of a mystery to me, too. So I apologize, right off, about the length and confusion in this procedure. Maybe someone will add a simpler, comprehensive list of commands.
W/o access to a user manual, here is what I've learned about it. Barbara, I didn't think it reset itself... maybe you can explain. I did find that when I hit the "reset" button on the back (to the left of the belt clip), it resets the Step (number taken), Mile (distance traveled), and Kcal (calories burned) to zero. One click for all-three together.
More SETTING steps: The menu is a vertical column to the right of the digital display (from top to bottom: Step, inch, LB, Mile, Kcal). As you scan down the menu, look for the teeny > arrow pointing at one of the functions. Normally the arrow skips from Step, to Mile, to Kcal. If you've been using it, and there are numbers in these fields, you can manually reset these to zero by pressing the "reset" button. Those 3 fields should now register "0" when you scan through the modes as before. I believe this does not reset your stride or weight settings.
These other 2 modes: inch (length of YOUR step), and LB (YOUR weight = this helps in calculating your calorie consumption... I think) were a bit tricky to reset to MY body. I managed to select those modes and enter my own data somewhat haphazardly, by simultaneously pressing the two buttons on the right (Mode, and Set); and then (sometimes, but not necessarily?) pressing the Set button alone. Either way, if you're lucky (!) you'll eventually get a blinking number and the arrow > indicating which field you're in: inch, or LB.
If it is the inch field, it will read 0, or something like 30 (your stride in inches). If you want to change it, press the SET button repeatedly (lower/right) to INCREASE the number in the field. Apparently you can't lower the number directly - if you instinctively press the upper/right button (MODE), it just closes the setting function.
So in order to set to the length of YOUR step, keep pressing (or you can hold it down) until you reach your stride length... it continues up to 120 inches (!!) before restarting at zero. I haven't figured out why it opens in inch, or in LB, but by randomly pressing both rt-hand buttons, I can eventually get into each of the two fields. The weight settings in LB also adjust only upward by pressing the SET button (that is, once you get the field to open). You may have to go to 150# (its max. setting) before you can begin at zero again. Last weird note: When I can't seem to get into these fields at all, I have had some success by pressing and HOLDING the SET button until the reading (usually 0, by then) blinks off and then on, once. Then you can proceed with the other steps.
Posted on Mar 24, 2014
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