There are 2 ways of setting your stride length on your Geonaute pedometer: automatically (AUTO) or manually (MANU). This setting is applied in the 'Set' menu of your pedometer.
You don't need to switch off your pedometer. Indeed, it goes into sleep mode after 30 minutes of inactivity. It 'wakes up' automatically as soon as you start walking or when you press one of the buttons.
Your pedometer is equipped with a 3D accelerometer which means it can be kept: in your pocket, on your belt or in your handbag.
You can reset your pedometer by pressing simultaneously the two "arrow" buttons for 1.5 seconds.
Inaccurate readings on your pedometer may be caused by several factors:
- an incorrect stride length setting. If this is set to 'AUTO' mode, we recommend that you set it to 'MANU' mode.
- if you are using your pedometer for an activity other than normal or fast walking, e.g. running, hiking etc.
Your pedometer is designed for normal walking and brisk walking. The algorithms used to calculate calories and distance etc., are not designed to track running or elevation changes. These values will therefore be inaccurate.
Decathlon pedometers have a margin of error of less than 5% on the step count and less than 10% on the distance measurement (pedometer placed in the pocket). Caution: The measurement of the distance being linked to the setting of the step length, a bad setting of the latter can have an impact on the accuracy of the distance
To change the units of your pedometer, just go to the 'Set' settings menu and select the weight or height setting. You will initially be asked to set the measurement unit. Once you have set this unit, this will be used as the reference unit for all the values of your pedometer (weight, distance, height). Consequently, if you set your weight in pounds, the distance information will be displayed in miles.
The ONwalk 100 pedometer is not equipped with the automatic reset function at midnight.
The stride count reading begins after 7 paces. Once you have completed 7 paces, the display is activated and the pedometer starts counting from 7. The pedometer does not take into account readings of less than 7 paces. This is to avoid counting peripheral movements and ensure the best possible level of accuracy.
- Cleaning the product :
In order to keep your glass clean, it is advisable to clean it with a damp cloth.
Here you will find the troubleshooting sheet for the product.
By following the steps in this sheet, you can check if there is a possible problem with your product. If necessary, you will find in the "I REPAIR" section the tutorials indicated for the repair. You can also come to the workshops of your DECATHLON store.
Link to download the product troubleshooting sheet (coming soon).
The following repairs can be carried out on this product :
If your product cannot be repaired, return it to a WEEE collection point or any DECATHLON store to optimize recycling.
Here is the spare parts list for the product :
(no spare parts currently available)
You want to entrust us with your product for repair. Here is the list of services offered by our workshops :
(no workshop services currently available)