Lose weight and get healthier with this white Fitbit Aria Air smart scale. The quick-start guide makes setup easy, and Bluetooth connectivity lets you sync and track your weight with the Fitbit app. This Fitbit Aria Air smart scale takes quick, accurate measurements and displays your weight on the built-in screen.
Tracks body mass index (BMI)
To give you a comprehensive view of your health.
Easily see your results
Digital display provides clear readability.
Works with multiple users
Allows multiple users to measure their weight when their phone is connected to the scale.
It's really accurate; I tested it with some dumbbells abd it was spot on. The SYNCING to your phone is horrible and frustrating. I routinely go into app settings, force stop, and clear cache before I even get on the thing. I just stepped on it and it kept feeding my phone my weight from the last time I stepped on it which was 2 months ago and twelve pounds heavier. It took me about 15 times of climbing on and off the scale to figure out how to make this thing take my weight at all without entering it manually. I pressed the plus symbol in the upper right corner and for some reason it added my weight automatically and CORRECTLY. This fix (or bug!) my correct itself in the future, but for now it's a scale still in beta. It does not work as advertised or as it was intended. It is supposed to be an automatic and seamless piece of hardware, but it's just a gizmo.
It is a good scale but does not sync weight to app as advertised. The Bluetooth never connects and weight must be added manually to the app or you have to power off your phone and restart it before using the scale. If your in the market for a scale any other cheap scale out there does the same as this. wAste of money if yiu want it to work as advertised.
I absolutely love this scale. It syncs directly to my Fitbit app on my phone so there is no entering manually anymore. The only thing I’m not a fan of is that it’s automatically set to weigh you in stones. It comes up like a normal weight on the app but on the scale what it displays means nothing to me. I’m sure there is a way to change it I just haven’t figured it out yet. Overall I’d highly recommend this scale if you have a Fitbit.
I had a previous Fitbit Aria scale (different version than this one) that finally failed on me after many years, so I needed a new scale. I was bummed to see that Fitbit no longer offers the previous version because I liked the feature which measured body fat % (this new scale does not do that).
This new scale isn't bad. I like that it connects quickly via blue-tooth because I hated having to re-connect my old scale to the wifi repeatedly (it always seemed to drop the network). However, you need to weigh yourself with your phone nearby to collect your weight data since the scale won't save it.
This scale also had widely varying measurements for my weight from day-to-day after first starting to use it (I couldn't possibly be gaining/losing 10 pounds each day), but now the fluctuations are much more minor and I trust that the displayed weight is correct.
In summary: Good: fast weight display, quick/reliable connection via blue-tooth, accurate weight; Bad: must have phone with you as you weigh, does NOT do body fat %
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Rated 4 out of 5 stars
Nice scale, Bluetooth is great.
Owned for 2 weeks when reviewed.
A bit expensive for just a weight scale (no other features or readings in this Air version) but Bluetooth sync has worked flawlessly with my Fitbit app. I just open up the app before I step on the scale, weigh myself and it automatically syncs my reading to my app (I am asked to confirm if I want to save the reading after each weigh-in). Does it’s job but I could’ve been at least $10 cheaper for just reading weight
A:AnswerConnect it to your phone via Bluetooth when it first arrives. Then, before you step on it open the Fitbit app. Once that is open and you step on the scale the weight will automatically transfer to the app and you just need to press "Save" in the app. It will then store and track each reading into the app. (NOTE: You DO NOT need to reconnect the scale and the phone each time. Only when you first get it.)
A:AnswerWhen I stand on it, the readout is between my big toes. If you can see the ground between your big toes you should be fine. Then again, if you're syncing it to your phone you don't need to see the readout on the scale. You'll be able to see the weight in your FitBit app.
A:AnswerI have two scales. An older Tyler brand one and the Fitbit one. The Fitbit is more accurate than the Tyler one. And I weigh myself every 4 days. And when I went to the doctors I got home on the Fitbit scale and it was just what the doctor got for my weight so I will say yes as accurate as it can be