The deal here is that this is a credit card sized, 3mm thick, pedometer. Counts calories, distance, and steps. This makes a lot more sense than strapping a full sized pedometer to your arm or belt and living with it in tow. Most walking is probably done down city blocks, across the office to the laser printer, and through the mall during sale season. [Sportline via Digital Trends]
Sportline ThinQ Pocket Credit Card-Sized Pedometer
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