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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.
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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
Functionally, there are a few problems. First, connecting the scale can be a challenge. The process includes broadcasting the ID of the scale, connecting to this "wifi network" on the phone, and then switching the network of the phone back to your personal wifi network. It took me several tries but eventually it worked and has worked flawlessly since. Unfortunately I've forgotten the exact problem I experienced but I do recall having to switch networks while my phone displayed a webpage that was reading "connecting". Anyway - see this page: [...] if you run into trouble. In contrast to this setup process, all other scale settings (users and their profiles) are very easy to setup once the scale is working correctly with the network. Additionally, I haven't had any issues with connectivity once the scale was setup correctly the first time.
Secondly, the scale must be used on a hard surface. In our bathroom, a rug sometimes slips slightly under the edge of scale and can really throw off the reading. If this happens, my reading can be confused with my wife's and the scale can start to get confused. Fortunately, all the readings are stored online and the erroneous readings can be easily removed on the website. If the scale is free from the rug, it never confuses my wife and my readings.Read more ›
### 21 Sept 2014 - Follow up after I had back surgery plus a note from a body builder. This additional input is marked with three pound signs (###) Al else remands the same.
*** 03 Jan 2014 -Follow up after more than a year of use and based on some input from others are marked with the three asterisks (***) all else were in the original evaluation. ***
This Review has 3 parts: 1) Scale performance versus other brands for Body fat Analysis 2) Connecting to the network and 3) Overall performance.
BODY FAT ANALYSIS:
Some of the reviews say how the scale is inaccurate and don't say the name of the scale that is better. Here goes for you that are interested in the truth about this scale.
Weight Watchers Scale with Body Fat Analysis
Tanita Scale with Body Fat Analysis
I weighed myself at the same time everyday for a week.
I weighed myself 3 times on each scale each day (WW, Tanita and Fitbit Aria)
I mixed the order of weigh ins
I averaged the 3 times over the week
WW BF =18.275%
Tanita BF = 18.125
Fitbit Aria BF = 18.275
This appears to me that they are about the same. However, I did try and mess up the scales like leaning forward or to the right or left. All three failed if I was not balanced, but the fitbit was more sensitive to balance than the others.
*** IF YOU ARE IN TRAINING: Last year I decided to train and lose the weight through preparation for a race that I did not run, but trained with people that did. I started to lose weight and body fat based on the body fat caliper testing. However, ALL electronic scales showed an INCREASE then slight decline in body fat as I increased my exercise to 5 days a week.Read more ›
One thing to note: setup was very easy, but you do need to use a WIFI connection to do the setup (i.e. if you try to do the setup over a Ethernet wired computer that does not also support WIFI, the setup won't work). I brought a laptop that was running over WIFI into my bathroom to do the setup and that worked great. I already had an account on Fitbit.com so that made setup even easier. Setup only took a minute or two - you just need to know your password for your network since you will enter it during the setup procedure. My network uses mixed mode 802.11 b/g/n and WPA2 encryption, and the scale connected no problem.
The thing I really like about the scale is that you can earn weight badges for every 5 pounds lost, so that is motivating to see on the Fitbit site and in your email inbox. These show up under your accomplishments section on the site, in the same place that your steps and flights badges are if you have a Fitbit step tracker too.
As far as accuracy is concerned - I do see a very slight fluctuation in the weight and BF% numbers when I take repeated measurements. I have found that when I stand in a certain way, I can get consistent readings though. Otherwise the weight may fluctuate by .2 pounds or so, and the BF% by .2% or so.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Does not work with the newer wifi protocols. If you have a newer network system at home this scale will not connect. It took me an hour to figure this out. Read morePublished 1 day ago by DA
Must have for anyone working through Fitbit to get healthier. With my old "dumb" scale, I'd cheat - I'd ignore any weigh ins that weren't favorable to my goals. Read morePublished 1 day ago by CS
This product worked well but after a year and a half stopped working. Contacted customer service and they said only had one year warranty. Read morePublished 1 day ago by V.
Difficult to program, but managed to make it work after two hours and Googling problems people had setting up Bluetooth.Published 2 days ago by Joseph J. Calabrese
Unmitigated disaster of a product. Software/setup is highly dysfunctional. Hardware doesn't support modern Wi-Fi networks. Read morePublished 2 days ago by CL
The original performance of the scale was great and simple to sync with the Fitbit Ecosystem, but after 2 years, it would not connect to WiFi, and, since I was beyond the 1-year... Read morePublished 3 days ago by Ashley