The rise of personal attacks has seen a fall in the amount of both women and men enjoying exercise in the park. Taking this into account, Sportline have included a safety alarm on their pedometer. It tracks your steps, distance and calories and ignores 'false' steps (whatever they may be). The alarm produces a 100dB pulsing signal which presumably bystanders will mutter about being just as bad as a car alarm without offering to help anyway. The signal is 20db quieter than the one we've previously mentioned but it is also a couple of quid cheaper. Sportline 344 Safety pedometer £16.95 John Lewis [Camilla Chafer]
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