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Wii U Fit Meter

Platform : Nintendo Wii U
4.5 out of 5 stars 344 customer reviews

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Wii Fit Meter

Wii Fit U reinvents fitness fun again with the Wii U GamePad controller, Wii Balance Board accessory, and the new Fit Meter. Carry the Fit Meter accessory to track daily activity, then sync it to your Wii U to compare accomplishments online*. With over 70 activities, Wii Fit U makes fitness so fun it motivates you to get active and stay active!

The Wii Fit series makes fitness fun for everyone. And now with Wii Fit U, you can workout at home or on the go with the Fit Meter, a handy device that tracks your activity (i.e. calories burned, steps taken, elevation changes). Then sync the Fit Meter data to your in-game profile with one button press. Wii Fit U software lets you create routines, review progress, and compare with friends in online Gym Communities and Miiverse*. Shape up with fun activities, from new ones using the GamePad to Wii Fit favorites. View your profile privately on the GamePad or get active with Off-TV play. Explore tons of options to create your perfect workout.

Key Features
  • Shape up with a wide range of fun activities including Yoga, Strength exercises, Balance Games, Dance, Aerobic activities, and more.
  • Whether at home or on the go, the all-new Fit Meter tracks your progress, from calories burned to steps taken—even changes in elevation.
  • With the touch of a button, you can easily sync your Fit Meter data to compare your progress with friends or see how far you’ve gone in Walking Challenges, Altitude Challenges, and more.
  • Enjoy new and unique dual-screen activities like Hosedown or Trampoline Target that take advantage of the Wii U GamePad controller and your TV.
  • The Wii U GamePad offers both privacy and flexibility. By providing a second screen, it lets you perform activities while others watch TV, view personal progress on your own private screen, or even watch and adjust your form using the built-in camera.
  • Create, join, and browse online Gym Communities to share profile info (e.g. achievements, high scores, favorite activities) to keep yourself, your friends, and your family motivated.*
  • Cheer on a friend or share parts of your Wii Fit U experience via Miiverse.
  • Create your own personalized workout routine with Yoga, Strength exercises, and other activities or select from recommended routines based on your fitness goals.
  • The new Dance activity allows you to choose from a variety of dance styles with varying difficulty levels.
  • Set goals and track your daily progress with easy-to-understand charts and graphs.
  • Choose a Mii character when creating your own Wii Fit U profile to help track your weight, height, age, and Body Mass Index (BMI).
  • Data from Wii Fit or Wii Fit Plus can be easily transferred into a Wii Fit U profile.
  • Previous Wii Fit and Wii Fit Plus owners who have a Wii Balance Board do not need to purchase a new one—the Wii Balance Board is compatible with Wii Fit U.
  • Visit Nintendo.com for information on how you could receive a free 30 day trial of Wii Fit U.

* Broadband Internet access required for online features. For more info, go to support.nintendo.com.

The Wii Fit Meter helps you track progress on how many steps you’ve taken, the elevation you’ve climbed, calories burned, and more.
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  • Product Dimensions: 1.2 x 3 x 3.3 inches ; 0.8 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: November 1, 2013
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (344 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,245 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)

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As most people know by now, Nintendo has a special deal for anyone who's a Wii U owner and already owns a Wii Balance Board. If you download the free 31-day trial version of Wii Fit U from the Nintendo eShop, all you have to do is purchase this $19.99 Fit Meter and register it in-game to convert the trial version into the full version. Considering that the retail bundle of the physical game + Fit Meter will cost $49.99--and won't even be released until 1/10/14--you can save $30 and get the full game right away. (The deal is only good until 1/31/14).

The unit itself is about the size of an Oreo cookie. The unit is fairly light, and its edges are smooth and rounded. While marketing images of the Fit Meter showed it in a lovely green color, Fit Meters currently come just in black/grey in North America.

The Wii U logo is on top, and on the bottom there are three buttons: a left and right arrow and a round button in the middle. The unit has a 1" x 3/4" LCD screen. As light as it is, the unit seems fairly durable; I've dropped mine a few times already and it's none the worse for wear. That said, I'd still handle it with care; the unit is covered by Nintendo's 12-month warranty, but that likely won't cover dings and scratches.

There's no backlight but the LCD display is pretty readable. Happily, the battery appears to be easily replaceable. You unscrew a single Phillips screw on the back of the unit, which reveals a CR 2032 watch battery. Because of some smart battery-saving techniques, the one battery should last you many months, if not longer (the LCD screen display only turns on when you press the button, but after a few minutes the screen will go into "sleep" mode, shutting off the display but still tracking your motions throughout the day).
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Added November 2nd:
So my review is likely going to turn into a review of the game, but I don't see the harm in that because buying this item is useless unless you buy the game first AND have a balance board. As soon as you turn on the meter, it requires that you sync it with the Wii Game Pad. You cannot use this as a standalone pedometer. The game will also not launch and run without a Balance Board so even though there are games that don't require the board, the game does so don't download it and think you can just play the board-less games.

I tried a balance game today and it was one of the most fun things ever. You are walking around a room full of people and have to retrieve desserts from a chef and walk to the person waiting for it. You hold the game pad flat like a tray and have to hold steady or the desserts will fall off and splat. I dropped many of them my first time around and it was hilarious. Another added fun element is that you have to be careful because you will hit people in the side of the head with the dessert tray and if you do they get a furious look on their face like they want to square up with you. It's really fun.

More to come... original review is below.


If you have a balance board, it's a no brainer: get this. For $20, you get the meter, which tracks your steps, calories burned, flights of stairs, etc. Once you download the free trial of the new Wii Fit U software, you sync up the meter and once you do that, the game is free. Compare that with the on disk version coming out in December that you have to pay for in addition to the $20 bucks for the meter.

I downloaded the software today when I got home from work. It took under an hour to download and install.
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This review is for the Fit Meter accessory only. Now keep in mind that this device works in conjunction with the Wii Fit U software, so there are additional benefits (that come with the software) which won't be covered in great detail. These include detailed activity graphs and a few "minigames," but don't worry, much like this device they work fantastically well to track your activity and make it fun to do so.

Let's now focus on this device. For starters, it is only $20 msrp, which is very affordable as far as activity trackers go. There's quite a bit of tech packed inside including an accelerometer, 3-axis gyroscope, altimeter, thermometer, and a low-power display. Basically, it is designed to monitor virtually any activity you are engaged in and do so very accurately. So far my experience with it has absolutely confirmed that it does.... for the most part. Activities that involve more upper body work (like weight lifting) or activities like biking don't get recorded on this device, but there is an option to add it manually to Wii Fit U if you so desire. Other than that, it is very accurate as it takes into account not only steps, but also exercise intensity and elevation changes to give a rather accurate reading of how many calories you burn and METS you expend. The low-power display readout can show everything that the device records during the day, week, or several weeks depending on what info you're looking for - so the info is always at your fingertips.

Syncing the Fit Meter to Wii Fit U is as simple as it could get, with only a button to push then you're done. While it's probably for your benefit to sync it every day, the meter can store up to 7 days of altitude change and 28 days of steps/calories burned between syncs - handy if you're on vacation.
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