Quit Smoking Meters

Some people like keeping track of quit smoking progress and there are a number of meters to assist with this endeavor.

One aid is QuitKeeper created by Dedicated Designs.

Quitkeeper has a nice sleek graphical user interface (GUI.)

It is very user friendly and quite intuitive for a computer novice.

Currently QuitKeeper is the Ciggyfree quit smoking meter of choice for Windows 98/Me/NT/2000/XP operating systems, and it is free!

The QuitKeeper Developer stated in an email to ciggyfree: “I am pleased that Quit Keeper is helping in yours and others quit. I had a lot of fun writing QK says Mark QK developer. And it gave me something to do once I had so much more time after quitting. Good luck with the website and the quit!”

View of QuitKeeper PageI have been quit for 5 Years, 6 Months, 4 Weeks, 13 hours, 33 minutes and 52 seconds (2,037 days). I have saved $12,225.39 by not smoking 40,751 cigarettes. I have saved 4 Months, 2 Weeks, 5 Days, 11 hours and 55 minutes of my life. My Quit Date: 02/04/2001 10:00 PM

If you need a meter for other operating systems, you can check the Ciggyfree Quit Smoking Meters Page.

Happy quitting!

There is no Freedom without Courage. I have been free for 2Y 8M 4W 12h 13m (1,001 days). I have saved $3,906.88 by not smoking 20,030 cigarettes. I have saved 4M 2W 4D 2h 20m of my life. I quit cold turkey on 2/1/2004 11:00 PM

Click to learn more about QuitKeeper 1.08 by Dedicated Designs

3 thoughts on “Quit Smoking Meters

  1. Lana

    Thank you for sharing the quit meter. I was sitting in front of my PC today trying to find a reason to stay “quit”. I know I should do it for myself and my kids but sometimes you gotta have a goal and this is great!!! Even the ugly lung cancer pics wouldn’t deter me today. This instantly turned quitting into a positive thing…Which is hard when ya want one. I quit previously for about 6 years..Got married and WALA..stress got unmanagebale. I need help to quit and manage my stress without dying because of it. Thanks Again!
    Lana

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  2. robbster

    Hi Lana,
    Welcome to the Ciggyfree Blog! Six years is a long time to stay quit – smoking will never ease stress!

    If anything smoking will add to your stress…when you have to consistently feed the nico back into your system every 45 minutes to 1 hour, how relaxing is that? Just do your quit one hour at a time and try to relax. Don’t think about tomorrow – just don’t smoke.

    I love Mark’s Meter too! We’ll talk again soon and I hope to see Zzyzx stop by too!

    hugs,
    robb

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