Ive had my watch for a couple of days, and today was the first day I took it to work. I always like to track my daily steps. In the past I have been using my iPhone in my pocket. Now with this on my wrist, I'm not sure if I can fix its accuracy. Maybe if I understood how it tracks steps. Day 1 at home the watch seemed to be pretty accurate to what my iPhone used to read. (Normal housework, running errands, 45 min morning walk) Day 2 at work... there are 2 parts of my morning that differ in activity and motion. I think having this watch on my arm might be throwing off the count. For Part 1... 2 hours I unload boxes of clothes and hang them on racks. So my arms are using lots of motion. Mostly standing in place, but working at a brisk pace. And then 20-30 minutes of very brisk walking while we take racks to the back of a large store. I logged 4500 steps , which is on par with what my iPhone in pocket used to show. So the arm movement didn't seem to affect its accuracy. Part 2 of my day, is 3 hours mostly sitting at a desk counting money and doing computer work. It's a fairly quick pace with my hands, but I am sitting down. And no large arm movements like the first part of my day. Normally I'm lucky if I log 100 steps during this part on the day. Today I had the watch on my wrist and it logged an additional 2700 steps! So what's going on? I was pleasantly surprised that the watch was accurate in part 1 of my day, even though I had a lot of arm movements. I was worried it wouldn't be accurate, but it was very closed to what an iPhone in the pocket would record. But the sitting for 3 hours and logging 2700 steps?? Is there a way to recalibrate or fix the watch? Any other tips?