The Fitbit Aria allows you to monitor your body fat and weight over the longer-term using graphs, so you can manage your health more meaningfully. The weighing scales also measure your body’s fat and lean mass, before sending the information through your home wireless network so you can access it using Fitbit’s free app for iPod, iPhone and iPad (available on the App Store).
- Wi-Fi-enabled smart bathroom scale
- Automatically uploads stats online
- Measure body fat percentage and BMI
- Manage your health with the Fitbit free app
- Use with up to seven other household members
- Easy-to-read display
Did you notice?Fitbit Aria’s glass surface contains electrodes that send a small, safe signal through your body to measure body impedance, giving you accurate data on your body’s fat and lean mass.
Apple Recommends ForKeeping track of your weight, BMI, calories and exercise - even when you're on the go.
What's in the Box?
- Fitbit Aria Wi-Fi Smart Scale
- Height: 33 mm/1.3 in.
- Width: 312 mm/12.3 in.
- Weight: 1.94 kg
- Length: 312 mm/12.3 in.
- UPC or EAN No.: 898628002045
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Ratings & Reviews
Excellent to keep you motivated
I have bought recently the aria. It is quite on a expensive side for a scale in my opinion, but once you start using its whole dif I have bought recently the aria. It is quite on a expensive side for a scale in my opinion, but once you start using its whole different thing. The real value of the system relies on keeping you motivated by setting your goals and matching them.
It seems to me that most problems people are having with the equipment are related to the set up. First of all you need the web based system to make it work. This means that you cannot set up the scale using your phone app. The installation procedure described in the manual is simple but very easy to follow if you have a wireless network at home.
Since I already had an account set up because I bought first the wristband it was quite easy and interesting to see my weight measurements been updated to their server and soon after appearing in my phone app, so now I receive badges by reaching both my walking and weight decrease goals. It is quite fun and rewarding.
The only problem with the scale is the BMI measurement which relies on the impedance method known for being prone to huge errors. Even more so if you weight yourself soon after a workout where your skin have a different impedance than usual. Its important thought to use consistently on the same periods of the day to have the "most" trustworthy results. …
- Written by Felipe K from Canberra
Excellent in theory, but...
The unit is extremely difficult/impossible to setup. I had used the PC based seup on 2 computers and the web based setup on same 2 The unit is extremely difficult/impossible to setup. I had used the PC based seup on 2 computers and the web based setup on same 2 PC's, iPhone and iPad. None of them worked. I kept on getting a WIFI ERR and it would not connect therefore work. When I stand on the scales, it ends up with an ERR message, so even when not 'WiFi connected', the unit does not work. Very expensive waste of time for me. For those wondering, I am well below the max weight of the scale, so I know the ERR was not because of my weight.
This unit will be going back at the earliest convenience. Thanks but no thanks FitBit. …
- Written by Adrian K from OURIMBAH
7 of 12 people found this useful
Go with the web based setup...
I have a lot of experience in setting up home networks, & could not get this device set up whilst using the utility. Once I went I have a lot of experience in setting up home networks, & could not get this device set up whilst using the utility. Once I went with the web based setup, I was up and running in under 60 seconds.
The device works particularly well - quite amazing considering it relies on 4xAA batteries. My family's weights are all distinct enough that it knows who is who. The online reporting system is very comprehensive, I love the ability to record foods & exercise also, & am now considering purchasing 2 of the Sleep & Activity monitors.
I was looking at the Worthings equivalent scales, but am now glad I saved the $50.
The foods in the iPhone App are very North America centric, but you can add Aussie equivalents. A bug in the distance walked shows miles, but when saved will revert to Km's.
Well done Fitbit. …
- Written by Matthew M from BERWICK
18 of 19 people found this useful
Questions & Answers
Answers from the community
What is the weight limit it will measure?
- Asked by Charmaine D from Braybrook
maximum is 350lb (158kg)
- Answered by Hang Yong W
Is the scale windows compatible?
- Asked by Linda M
According to the Fitbit website, it does work with both PC & Mac as well as Android & iOS devices. B According to the Fitbit website, it does work with both PC & Mac as well as Android & iOS devices. But you will need both internet & wi-fi connection. …
- Answered by Ivan L