Strollometer Review Video

Daddy Troy reviews the Strollometer, a wireless speedometer, odometer, thermometer and clock. Find out how far you stroll a day. Time for all you dads to stroll your way into shape and lose the beer gut.
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Daddy Troy: So, if you ever wondered how far the day you walk with your stroller, you passed you jog with your stroller be in the mall or in the park. Well, there is a new products of nine months up nine months down and Dan here from it is called strollometer going to tell us all about it. Dan: Strollometer is a wireless speedometer, odometer, thermometer, and clock that strap some tennis stroller and it is two part system you got to sensor that straps on to the stroller leg. Of magnet that you place onto the wheel and what happens is it measures the number of rotations like go around in the stroller and it sounds of wireless transmission ups to the console. Daddy Troy: There is no wire running out to your stroller. Dan: There is no wireless and that is the main difference between this in bike computers, most bike computers are wired this is blue wireless. Daddy Troy: Right. Dan: So, you can fold up the stroller and not affected at all. Daddy Troy: Sure. Dan: And the beauty if you did it. Daddy Troy: You could fold up the stroller and it is all done. Dan: It is all good but sometimes you just need to manipulate the sensor slightly. See here there is a green light that goes off. Daddy Troy: What is going to be green light. Okay. Dan: That tells you that is reading the magnet the wheel rotations. Daddy Troy: Okay. Dan: And what you do is, when you first start the program the diameter of your wheel. Daddy Troy: In that it knows how many or the rotations equals in terms of linear distance. Dan: Exactly. So, this compares favorably to a GPS system. It is very different than a pedometer which is kind of just kind of roughly estimate what you are strive length is. Daddy Troy: So, parameters when you put on and everything one stride and jingle up and down. Dan: Right,and it is very inaccurate. This is based on seismometers a very tight measurement of the wheels and so it is always accurate always consistent. Daddy Troy: So, I have to get my little ruler at home and measure in everything or-- Dan: Actually not the instruction manual, you got a ruler on top and then a cheap sheet of the 20 most popular stroller of this time. Daddy Troy: Okay. Dan: Including Bob, Phil and Teds, Bagaboos and the McClarence. Daddy Troy: Sure. Dan: And you just program that and you are good to go. It is also work in Fahrenheit and Celsius and miles, miles per hour in kilometers. Daddy Troy: Sure that is great and so, what kind of batteries that is this take? Dan: It takes a twin cell batteries a C2032. Daddy Troy: Okay. Dan: In the sensor and then the console and that is include in the package. Daddy Troy: And how of this lapse usually you think. Dan: I would say like 69 months. Daddy Troy: Okay. Dan: Yes. Daddy Troy: Enough time that 9 months, what is the name of your company nine months up. Dan: Well nine months up, nine months down is based on woman just pregnant nine months up. Daddy Troy: And that you wants to loose all the baby weight nine months down. Dan: And you got that call it or it is concave when a nine months dad nine months up nine months down this running maybe begin a little got that. Dan: Yes, I probably should get back I and spend a little more time on my stroller. Daddy Troy: Right.

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