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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). Works well and long with Polaroid AA batteries.
- 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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|Item Dimensions||12.28 x 1.31 x 12.28 in||12.9 x 12.9 x 1.2 in||12.87 x 12.87 x 0.91 in||12.87 x 12.87 x 0.75 in||12.87 x 12.87 x 0.75 in|
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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.
Color: White | Size: Weight: 4 lbs, 4.3 oz
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I can see now there are a ton of other negative reviews on this product, and everyone is saying the same thing. The device is defective. At some point, it will start malfunctioning and the sensor that detects whether or not someone has stepped onto it will fail. This will cause a few things:
* Throughout the day, it'll ask you to Step On and it'll loop between Step On and Thinking randomly all day, burning through the batteries
* It will have issues registering when you Step Off of the device, and go into a Step Off/Thinking loop
* It will use up a fresh set of AA batteries due to the above two issues within a week
I contacted customer support for Fitbit, and they had me walk through normal troubleshooting. But after we exhausted the normal stuff (remove batteries to reset, reset with a paper clip, etc) they asked me about replacement. Because the device was out of the 1 year warranty, they basically told me I was out of luck and my option was to purchase a completely new scale at that point.
This is a manufacturing defect, and should be treated as such. I know there is only a 1 year warranty on these (and many other) electronic devices, but the usual thing is that most devices work for years and years, and the warranties are there to fix things that are out of the ordinary that fail in the warranty period.
Forcing customers to buy a new scale every 2 to 3 years is a ridiculous obsolescence policy. I would not recommend anyone purchase Fitbit merchandise as they seem to have systemic quality issues and poor customer support. Buyer beware.
Overall, it's a pretty neat technology... but it's not 100% accurate. Now - just to be clear - it's not a flaw with the Fitbit Aria specifically, just in all inductance scales. There's no way for the scale to know how hydrated you are... if you're retaining water or excessively dehydrated - it throws off the calculations between fat mass and lean mass. I've had it jump 3-4% body fat in the space of a day. It's best to watch trends in the readings... it's not a medical grade device, but if you weigh yourself at the same time every day, get into a routine... then you can watch trends in your body weight and what it says is your body fat %%.
Knowing that - I'd still recommend this scale.
It's fairly simple and straight forward to set this up - get it connected to your wireless network and associated with your Fitbit account. Just follow the instructions closely. It will connect up to your wireless network - it'll sync with your Fitbit account almost instantaneously.
Fitbit has a very very nice ecosystem of health monitoring products. For me, it's not just the bands and it's not just the scales... but you can use their app to view how you sleep, how active you are, resting HR... and with this scale, your weight and (relative) body fat %%, lean body %%... and you're able to have some objective numbers to watch.
I'm giving this 4 stars because as neat as the technology is, it's not perfect, but just to be clear, it's not a problem specific to the Aria