Few would argue that even in the times of artificial intelligence and smart home appliances, a pocket watch with an analog dial retains a certain charm. Pocket watches are still mandatory equipment for train personnel in Japan and some even believe they play a role in maintaining the country's legendary precise rail system. If you have always wanted a pocket watch like this, Tanita has made the deal even sweeter with its Tanita FB-743 Pedometer Pocket Watch: all the classic style, plus a couple of extras!
The Tanita FB-743 Pedometer Pocket Watch's main extra is, as the name says, a pedometer: a digital counter of your steps, no matter if you keep the watch in your pocket or a bag. It will count up to 99,999 steps and display them on the nice clear LCD mini screen on the bottom of its face. And to make things even more interesting, its cover also works as a locket where you can put a picture of a loved one.
The Tanita FB-743 Pedometer Pocket Watch features:
- Vintage design
- Dimensions: 50 x 50 x 19 mm (1.9 x 1.9 x 0.7")
- Weight: 64 g (2.2 oz)
- Materials: stainless steel, zinc alloy, PC/ABS, ET, PMMA
- Pedometer screen: LCD
- Operational environmental temperature: 0-60°C (32-140°F)
- Steps count: 1-99,999
- Battery life: approx. 6 months (for an average use of 4 hours of walking/day)
- Accuracy: on average +/-30 seconds/month
- Battery: CR2032 coin-type DC3V lithium battery
- Includes picture locket cover
- Instructions: Japanese (but easy to use)