Buy Promotional Pedometers and Branded Binoculars
We carry a large range of promotional pedometers perfect for any health and fitness themed brand marketing. Our pedometers all feature precise mechanisms which track each step. We supply Pedometers complete with batteries (batteries are pre-inserted but have a small plastic slip between the item and battery to prevent corrosion). Our pedometers also come with a basic gift box too.
We Provide Clear Branding on Pedometers
We are experts in branding your logo on pedometers. When you buy pedometers from Cubic Promote, we will not only guarantee you that the item will arrive with you in working order, we will also guarantee you the quality of the print as well. If your logo is not branded onto the item well or if the print is smudged then we will replace both the unit and also the branding of it at no extra cost. Get your logo branded onto our products with confidence. The prices on our website are in Australian dollars, and they include a one colour print of your logo onto the pedometer (unless otherwise indicated).
What is a Pedometer and How Do I Use it in Marketing?
A pedometer is a small device that attaches to your hip. It normally goes onto a belt. Realistically though, it will work reasonably well when attached to the top of your trousers or skirt, and it may even work when you place it into your pocket or bag. The pedometer has a small sensor inside it which will track the number of steps you take throughout the day. The purpose is to track your activity level, which as we all know the more exercise you do then, the healthier you are.
As the item is quite low in cost and more often than not, it comes in some attractive colours it is a very popular item for marketing and branding purposes. Fitness and health is something that most people aspire to. Having your brand associated with health is always a good marketing message to send.
A pedometer typically will not give you absolute accuracy when used over a short distance of 10 or 20 paces. It will, however, give you an overall indication of your activity levels. So if you read your pedometer after a day's worth of use, then you will have some idea as to how many steps you have taken. Most health experts recommend an activity level of 10,000 steps a day. Sounds like a lot, but is a realistically achievable target.
Cheap Pedometers or Expensive Ones
All pedometers operate in the same basic manner. The lower priced ones typically work by having a physical sensor which moves when you do and works a bit like a see-saw that goes up and down. A little sensor then counts each movement you make (or step that you take) to register movement. On the other end of the scale, expensive pedometers typically use more electronics with the aim of achieving more accuracy in counting steps. Some of the high-end models feature a digital sensor which senses movements. The more premium models tend to be silent, while the cheaper models tend to have a faint click whenever movement is detected.