Fitbit Aria WiFi Smart Scale
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- Aria syncs automatically and wirelessly through your home Wi-Fi network. Network requirements: Wireless 802.11b, WEP/WPA/WPA2 personal security, Automatic (DHCP) IP setup (static IP configuration not supported)
- Aria automatically recognizes up to eight different people. Your weight data syncs to your private Fitbit dashboard, so you can control what data you share. Measurement range: 20-350 lbs
- To set up for the first time, you’ll need one of the following: Windows XP and later, Mac OS X 10.5 and up, iPhone 4S and later, iPad 3 gen. and later, and leading Android and Windows devices.
- Aria uses 4 AA batteries - no power cord necessary. Battery type: 4 standard 1.5V size AA batteries (included)
- Water Resistance: Aria is designed to work in a humid bathroom environment. Some condensation due to hot showers, etc. will not damage the scale. The scale should not be submerged. Avoid splashing large amounts of water on the scale. To prevent slipping or accidents, please thoroughly dry the glass top and your feet before stepping on the scale.
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Totally different from your dad's old needle scale, the Fitbit Aria WiFi Smart Scale uses advanced technology to track weight, lean mass, body fat percentage, and body mass index, allowing you to see all the numbers you need to start living a healthier lifestyle. With room for the storage of up to eight users, this scale recognizes who you are, displays your data, and sends your stats straight to your Fitbit account through your home's WiFi while remaining totally private to you. The sleek polished glass surface looks classy while resisting the condensation from steamy hot showers.
Safety InformationWarning: Do not use if you have a pacemaker or other internal, or implanted medical device. Not intended for use by children under 10. Always consult your physician. Slippery when wet
IndicationsEnvironmental Requirements: You will get the most reliable readings on a hard surface (not carpet). Operating Temperature: 41° to 104° F. Relative humidity: 0-95%
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Top customer reviews
This is all you'll see on this scale after a year or two (or less!). If it happens to be more than 1 year after you bought it, tough luck, Fitbit's answer is "unfortunately your scale is broken and there's nothing we can do about it". THOUSANDS of consumers are having this issue, it is all over the Fitbit troubleshooting boards, and yet Fitbit offers no fix. This scale works for a few months, maybe you'll get 2 years out of it if you're lucky. After that, it bricks and it's nothing more than a very expensive paperweight.
Decided to contact Fitbit in search of any suggestions. Big waste of time! I only wanted some help getting it to work properly and the agent brushed me off the call. I guess they dont like talking to anyone out of warranty? It was a nice scale while it lasted, but now its an expensive paperweight.
TO POTENTIAL BUYERS:
If you are okay paying for something that will no longer work as intended 2 years down the road then this isnt a bad option at all. Customer service is only good within warranty (1 year across the board). I would suggest saving money and getting a cheaper digital scale, or another branded wifi scale. Just look into their company first and see how they are customer service wise before handing them $100+
No issues with Amazon as the seller, they are up to par on all aspects, this is just about Fitbit as a company and the Aria scale.
The first time I opened the scale and set it up it took over an hour. I finally got it to work and it felt the need to add 5 pounds to my weight after it recognized my already active account. Kinda messed up, Fitbit.
I've had my Aria for over a year. When I weighed myself once a week or so, everything was fine, but once I got busier and only did it once a month or so, I gave up. Every time I got back on it would recognize me AND THE WIFI, but wouldn't sync with my dashboard. After showing my information it would show the progress bar, then a wifi icon with an "x" over it. I have to re-connect to the god forsaken wifi through the stupid scale EVERY TIME I WANT TO WEIGH MYSELF. I could live with this if it didn't take hours of "WIFI ERR" messages even though I've used this SAME NETWORK A HUNDRED TIMES BEFORE.
The scale isn't accurate, it preys on users by adding weight, and it craps the bed every time I try to use it. Clearly there is something wrong with it and I no longer have the time and energy to force my way through. Even if you do get it to work, it won't be consistent (same place day after day within 10ft of the router? Nah, Aria just isn't feeling it today). Don't waste your time.