Fibit's Aria Wi-Fi Smart Scale is a high-end performance design that lets you track weight, BMI, and percent of body fat over time—and to access this information from your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch. As part of the easy setup process, the Aria Scale can tap into your home wireless network and upload your information automatically to Fitbit.com each time you step on the scale. And up to seven household members can have their own accounts.
Together Aria and Fitbit.com provide a complete weight management system. Weight management success begins with understanding where you stand. Then track your weight, percent body composition, and BMI with charts and graphs over time to accurately see weight trends. To keep you motivated on the way to achieving your goals, Fitbit offers a host of online tools such as food and fitness logging, ability to earn badges, connect and share progress with friends.
See more than just your weight. Aria helps you monitor the most important measures on your weight-management journey. It lets you decide what data you want to share with friends or within your household.
- Track your weight, percentage of body fat, and Body Mass Index (BMI)
- Free Fitbit iPhone app and mobile site for monitoring your weight and more
- Upload your stats automatically via Wi-Fi to your Fitbit.com account
- Easy to set up; accommodates up to eight users
- Track long-term trends and set weight goals with free online graphs and tools
- Fitbit.com's Food Plan and food logging tools help you achieve your weight goal
- Earn badges to celebrate achievements or share your success and compete with friends
- Easy-to-read display
Did you notice?Fitbit's free online and mobile tools let you set weight goals, log food and workouts, earn badges, and share with friends.
Apple Recommends ForAutomatically track your weight trends over time and monitor them on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch.
What's in the Box?
- Fitbit Aria Wi-Fi Smart Scale
- Four AA batteries
- Height : 1.3 in./3.3 cm
- Width : 12.3 in./31.2 cm
- Weight : 4.26 lb./1.94 kg
- Mfr. Part Number : FB201W
- UPC or EAN No. : 898628002106
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- Warranty : One year
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Ratings & Reviews
At first it felt like an unessecarily expencive scale but it's extra features of uploading your data, weight and bodyfat, directly onto your fitbit account has made it so much easier to keep track of my weight. It is easy to set up and uses my wireless internet at home to upload the data to my account where I also keep my activities, food intake and sleep patterns (using the fitbit tracker to record activities and sleep). Everything concerning my health and wellbeing is located on the same place easily accessed on my computer, iPad and iPhone. I love it! …
- Written by Jennica D from Göteborg
82 of 87 people found this useful
Great product, works right out of box
automaticly sends to computer
- Written by Daniel M from Randolph
90 of 107 people found this useful
Easy to Use
Setup was straight forward, and tracking my body fat percentage could not be easier.
- Written by MATTHEW M from Frederick
57 of 63 people found this useful
Hours I'll Never Get Back
Let me preface this by saying that I am an electronics tech and am not new to setting up network and electronic devices.
I buy it from the apple store, take it home and begin it's presumed quick setup.
After 3 hours, two emails (because fitbit doesn't own a phone) and two breaks, I packed it up and return it to the apple store and purchased a Withings WS-50.
The Wthings took 2 minutes to setup and that was including account setup, installing it on two devices and setting up two users.
Aria is a Hunk Of Junk
Still no reply from fitbit BTW... …
- Written by Rudy Z from HALIFAX
6 of 8 people found this useful
They should have called it the DieAria
Bought my first scale, setup went flawlessly, showed up on the fitbit dashboard. All good.
Step on the scale "ERR" step on again "ERR". Return for a new one. Get home, flawless setup, step on scale "ERR", step on scale again "ERR".
Return and buy withings scale and it just works. The setup is a little more annoying though. …
- Written by Morgan H from NEW YORK
2 of 5 people found this useful
Fitbit Aria Scales highly inaccurate
I am seeking to loose weight on a slow but sure program — I purchased a Fitbit Aria Scale mainly so the data would be tracked.
However, I am concerned about the accuracy of the scales — occasionally they go haywire and show with a weight that 80+ kilos above, but my main concern is the variation from repeated measures.
The details below are from multiple weighings over a 10 minute period in which there was zero reason for my weight to vary.
March 30 at 1:09PM Measurement 98.5 kg 33.3% fat
March 30 at 1:08PM Measurement 98.5 kg 33.2% fat
March 30 at 1:07PM Measurement 98.1 kg 33.2% fat
March 30 at 1:07PM Measurement 98.6 kg 33.2% fat
March 30 at 1:05PM Measurement 98.9 kg 33.0% fat
March 30 at 1:03PM Measurement 98.5 kg 32.8% fat
March 30 at 12:54PM Measurement 98.5 kg 32.8% fat
March 29 at 10:31AM Measurement 97.1 kg 32.7% fat
March 29 at 10:30AM Measurement 97.1 kg 32.7% fat
March 29 at 10:30AM Measurement 97.6 kg 32.8% fat
The 3 measures yesterday over a 2-minute period were in the range 97.1–97.6 kg
The 7 measure today over a 15-minute period are in the range 98.1–98.9 kg
The 1+kg increase over a single day when there was no specific change in diet, exercise, etc indicates inaccuracy.
The variation of 0.8 Kg in the recorded weights over a 15-minute period today also indicates inaccuracy. …
- Written by Peter C from Melbourne
13 of 32 people found this useful