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Fitbit - Aria Wi-Fi Smart Scale - White

Fitbit Aria Wi-Fi Smart Scale: Get to where you want to be. Aria tracks your weight, body fat percentage and BMI, helping you understand and visualize your long-term progress. It wirelessly syncs so it's easy to view your stats with online graphs and mobile tools that help you stay motivated to reach your goals.
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5
A little worried...... :'> Posted by: from: Bellingham, WA on This is an amazing scale that helps track weight and body fat. It's incredibly accurate as I have checked my weight at home and at work (Hospital) and it reads the same. The scale automatically updates my computer and online profile tracking my progress. My only worry is my electronic scale, K-Cup coffee system, refridgerator and microwave are all going to be online together and will start plotting against me and my eating habits. If that ever happens there goes my last chance of sneaking a little late night snack!

18 out of 18 found this review helpful.

5
Good for monitoring Posted by: from: on I've heard recently about how Fitbit isn't accurate, which may or may not be true. I'm less concerned with 100% accuracy of my body fat percentage and use the scale more for monitoring general trends in my weight. I did have some initial trouble getting it to sync, but that was probably a technical error on my part. Overall, there's lots of information and ways to contact Fitbit online if you have any problems. I like that I weigh myself every morning and it records it to my Fitbit app so that I can look at the changes over time. As far as I'm concerned, it's a good indicator of my weight. Not sure about body fat percentage because I don't know enough about it...but like I said, it shows general trends which is what I care about.

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

5
Great scale, spectacular support Posted by: from: on My wife and I purchased this scale in May 2015. We both used it daily since then, along with Fitbit trackers (her a Flex, then a One, me a Charge HR), as part of an effort to get back to our pre-marriage weight and fitness levels (18 years and three children later). I particularly like how they all integrate into the Fitbit app, tracking activity, weight, body fat %, and for me heart rate and sleep. In February of 2016, the scale started to malfunction when I was changing the WiFi access point for the scale. I contacted support and, even though the warranty has long since expired, they evaluated the scale data and chose to send us a new scale at no cost to us. As an IT director, I have before never run in to a tech company that stands behind their products like this. I will remain with Fitbit for my connected heath devices and look forward to see where they go next.

3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

5
Great scale Posted by: from: Seattle on It is a requirement to have a wireless device to be able to get the scale connected to your wifi. If you have a smart phone or wireless laptop, that should work. Tracks your weight on fitbit website. No need to wait for scale to calibrate. Just step onto the scale and it measures your weight. After telling you your weight it then connects to your wifi and uploads your info to the fitbit website. Issue I had was the device got confused during inital setup between my wife and I. To fix it had to log into the website and specifiy which weight went to which person. After this initial irritation everything else has been smooth sailing. Also, If there are two people close to the same weight the scale will be unable to tell who is who. It will guess and then allow you to accept or choose next user. Have not had to use this feature so am unsure how well it works. Just some good information to have.

11 out of 13 found this review helpful.

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Good luck with wifi connection! Posted by: from: Conway, AR on Buyer beware. This scale will only connect to a 802.11b wifi network. People with older routers aren't having an issue with connecting but those of us with newer 802.11n routers are out of luck. I tried everything Fitbit suggested on their tips for setting it up and no luck. Even for those who are able to connect, if you buy a newer router model to have faster internet you will most likely not be able to use the scale anymore or will be forced to accept the slower 802.11b speeds. Fitbit should pull this product off the market until they can update it to run on modern equipment. It also needs Bluetooth 4.0 so it can connect to smartphones and tablets without the need for wifi. I took this scale back and ordered the Withings Smart Body Analyzer which works on modern wifi networks and has Bluetooth 4.0.

11 out of 13 found this review helpful.

4
Best scale for Fitbit users. Posted by: from: on My wife was the one that originally wanted this scale, with our whole household having Fitbits it made sense to go ahead with the purchase to keep everyone synced. Best part is while wearing your Fitbit it'll update your weight and BMI in the app on your phone, allowing you to monitor your progress. The product does exactly what it says and we have had no problems and have had it several months now.

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

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known issues Posted by: from: on This is my second Aria. The first worked fine and died on me. It was within warranty, so I got a replacement. The replacement then worked fine for over 2 years. Then I started getting an error, which I looked up and eventually found that the error is get is very common.....sadly, not an easy fix. It appears to be a design defect, one they have known about for over 2 years going by dates people posted in the fitbit forums questions. Customer service at fitbit is useless. They give a supposed fix which seems to work for nobody, or they replace it, which I can't do since I am way out of warranty. This is not a wifi connectivity problem. It simply does not weigh you. at all. don't recommend!

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

5
Works as advertised, easy setup and accurate. Posted by: from: Crystal Lake on Results for me have been better than I expected. Each morning I get on the wireless internet enabled scale and in 10 secs my weight and BMI is uploaded to Fitbit website. When I get to work I open the fitbit webpage and log into my personal dashboard. I can even let my wife or other family and friends track my progress or keep it private. Important for me is using Fitbit's calorie management feature, where I manually enter meals and my calories are tracked against a calculated daily limit based on my chosen goal. In about a month I lost 15 lbs on my way to a 35 lb total drop in weight. I just went from Obese to Overweight on the FitBit web page graph. This product is for the self-disciplined person willing to lose weight by eating less and/or increasing physical activity over time.

4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

5
Love the scale! Excellent purchase! Posted by: from: Huntingtown, MD on A few days ago, my wife and I purchased the Fitbit Aria as a tool to track our weight loss and to maintain our weight once we achieved our goals. We were on the fence about whether to purchase the Withings or the Aria. After a bit or research, we decided on the Aria for 2 reasons: first, the Aria was $30 cheaper and secondly, many of the reviews comparing the 2 scales preferred the Aria. The scale is fantastic. It integrates very well with the fitbit web site (setting up an account is free), it looks good, and it is pretty accurate (with 10 weigh-ins on both the Aria and the scale that I was using at the gym, the Aria is consistently less than a ½ pound off of the gym scale). The scale also determines your percent body fat as well as your BMI (once you create an account on the website, you enter age, height, etc.). I can’t speak to the accuracy of the body fat calculation because I have never had that calculated. It does fluctuate from time to time even though my weight may not (after doing a little research, I found that your percent body fat can change depending on how much water you have been drinking). I want to address an issue that I saw brought up in a few consumer reviews (an issue that I was worried about initially because I found the reviews after I had ordered the scale). A few of the reviews that I read mentioned that the set up of the scale was difficult. One of the reviews was written by an “IT guy” and he mentioned that the software set up for the scale was not written correctly (not quite sure how he knew that!). Anyway, I am pretty computer illiterate and I found the setup to be about as simple as it could be. The only issue that I had (and I probably should not call it an issue) was the initial linking of the scale to my wireless network. I had the scale in the same room as my computer and router and it would not link. I assumed that would have been close enough! After 2 unsuccessful attempts, I look at the instructions again and saw that the scale needed to be placed on a flat surface next to router. I placed the scale on the table right next to the router and it synced the next attempt. Once we synced the scale, we moved it into the bathroom and have had no issues. Setting up additional users is also a breeze by simply sending them an invite to the scale via their fitbit account email address. The information between multiple users can either be private or shared, depending on how that fitbit account is configured. I don’t usually write product reviews unless I find the product exceptional, and I found the Aria to be exceptional! Although the price point is a bit high, I would recommend this product to anyone who was on a weight loss journey or just wanted to maintain a healthy lifestyle!

32 out of 33 found this review helpful.

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FitBit Aria WiFi Scale Posted by: from: Richmond, VA on Worked for hours attempting to connect the scale to the home WiFi network and internet including reading numerous web complaints and attempts to connect by other users. Eventually learned from a FitBit support email message that the scale cannot connect to the home network AND internet if a WiFi extender or secondary access point is used to broaden the home connection and the scale is attempting to connect using the extended network. I exchanged this scale for the less expensive Withings network scale at Best Buy which worked the first time on my extended WiFi network right out of the box and has continued to work flawlessly since then. The withings scale will also pass its weight readings to numerous websites including the FitBit website.

6 out of 7 found this review helpful.

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