I've had the exact same thought. I think over a bit of time I'll be better able to determine what my "Casio-steps" should be. As we know, the watch resets the count to 0 at midnight, which here in Norway was about an hour ago. I purposfully took the watch off because I wanted a clean slate tomorrow morning, but woke up hungry about 30 minutes ago. According to the watch I've taken 458 steps from the bedroom into the kitchen to grab a piece of bread. I know for a fact that is way off, heh.- The normal step-tracking might well correspond to some level of physical activity, just not steps. Since 10,000 steps or whatever is pretty arbitrary anyway, it might be enough to say "I want to target 15,000 Casio-steps, because that corresponds well, for me, with 10,000 steps elsewhere."
Agreed. Beyond this particular thing (and some others), my overall impression of the watch is quite positive.- Even if the pedometer and distance-estimation are completely worthless -- which I'm not yet convinced of, and which might be fixed in software -- I think this is a nice watch.
Will do. Unfortunately I didn't get an automatic ticket reply to my inbox when filling out the support contact form on casio-europe.com, but I'll pursue this further. Probably takes a few days for a reply to land though, and I can follow up with this thread then.Oh, and @stian133 -- if you have further correspondence with Casio, you might want to include a link to this thread. Social media has a way of incentivizing corporations, as well it should. And, I'd love to hear more of your (and others') in-depth thoughts. That's why I'm sharing mine. Geek is as geek does, if you'll forgive me for likening us.