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Fitbit Aria Wi-Fi Smart Scale

by Fitbit

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  • Accurately track your weight, % body fat, and Body Mass Index (BMI) online
  • Upload your stats automatically via wi-fi to fitbit.com to see graphs of your progress
  • Easy to set-up the aria will automatically recognize up to eight users
  • With aria each account is password protected so you can control how much and what data to share
  • Accurately track your weight, % body fat, and Body Mass Index (BMI) online^Upload your stats automatically via wi-fi to the Fitbit website to see graphs of your progress^Easy to set-up the Aria will automatically recognize up to eight users^With Aria each account is password protected so you can control how much and what data to share

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  • Boxed-product Weight: 150 g
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  • Manufacturer reference: FB201B
  • ASIN: B0087BEW3A
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 30 May 2012
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (330 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 21 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Product Description

The Fitbit Aria Wi-Fi Smart Scale measures your weight, body fat percentage and body mass index (BMI) to provide a full picture of your weight trends. This Wi-Fi enabled scale helps you reach your weight goals by letting you set goals, track your progress effortlessly, and stay motivated each and every day. Your stats automatically upload to your Fitbit dashboard through Wi-Fi, where you can get a more comprehensive view of your health and fitness and track your eating and exercise habits. Set up is fast; the scale can be set up to automatically recognize up to 8 users. You can check your progress from your computer or with a free smartphone app. The scale is available in your choice of black or white.

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At a Glance:
  • Scale measures weight, BMI, and body fat percentage
  • Uses Wi-Fi to upload stats automatically to Fitbit.com
  • Scale recognizes up to 8 users
  • Set weight goals with daily calorie plan
  • Log food and other workouts
  • Chart your progress with free online graphs and tools
  • Free iPhone and Android apps
  • One-year limited warranty
Fitbit Aria Wi-Fi Smart Scale Product Shot

Wi-Fi scale measures your weight, body fat percentage, and body mass index (BMI). View larger.

Fitbit Aria Wi-Fi Smart Scale Product Shot

Scale syncs stats wirelessly to Fitbit.com. View larger.

Tracks Weight, Body Fat, and BMI

To give you a more complete look at your weight management, the Aria tracks body fat and body mass index (BMI) as well as weight. Using several types of measurements helps you better understand your fitness progress. Weight can be measured in pounds, kilograms, or stones. The Aria's weight limit is 350 pounds.

Automatically Uploads Stats via Wi-Fi for up to Eight Users

The Fitbit Aria Scale uploads your data through Wi-Fi directly to your Fitbit dashboard. The scale will automatically recognize up to eight users by weight so you need only step on it to send your latest weight stats to your account. Your data on the scale remains private unless you choose to share it with other users.

Charts and Weight Management Tools

Using your Fitbit.com account, you can track your progress with charts and graphs. You can use free tools to set weight goals, log food, other activities.

Free Smartphone Apps

Fitbit offers both an Android and iPhone app so you can set goals, log food and other activities, and see your progress toward your weight goals on the go.

Get Motivated and Share Your Success

As you progress toward your weight goal, Fitbit.com awards you with badges for extra motivation. If you prefer, you can build a support network by sharing your weight goals and achievements with friends and family on Fitbit.com or through Facebook and Twitter. Fitbit's privacy settings make it easy to let you choose what to share on Fitbit, Facebook and Twitter.

Fitbit Aria Wi-Fi Smart Scale Features
Setting up Your Aria Smart Scale is Fast and Easy

You can link Aria to your home wireless network via either your personal computer or your smart phone. The scale is compatible with Macs and PCs and works with most browsers.

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Click each image to see some of Fitbit's free online charts and graphs.

Compatible with Fitbit Ultra

In addition to providing insight into your weight trends, the Aria is also compatible with the Fitbit Ultra Wireless Activity + Sleep Tracker (sold separately) to help you track your fitness trends by monitoring your steps, stairs, distance, calories burned and how well you sleep. Both products can be used separately or together. As a benefit, with both the Ultra tracker and an Aria scale, the data is seamlessly integrated together into one Fitbit dashboard.

Product and Warranty Information

The Aria measures 12-3/10 by 12-3/10 by 1-3/10 inches (H x W x D) and weights 4-1/4 pounds. It runs for months on four AA batteries (included).

The Fitbit Aria Wi-Fi Smart Scale is backed by a one-year limited warranty.

What's in the Box

Fitbit Aria Wi-Fi Smart Scale, four AA batteries, and instructions.


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Customer Reviews

3.9 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

136 of 141 people found the following review helpful By Danielle TOP 1000 REVIEWER on 18 Sep 2012
I bought the Fitbit Aria to track my weight and keep my progress updated easily. It seemed like the ideal choice as I already use the wonderful Fitbit tracker.

Out of the box, the scale looks terrific. It's very attractive and has a clear display.

I followed the instructions and began to setup the scale, sadly this is where I had some problems. Using my Mac, setup repeatedly failed to complete. Fortunately, I had my phone handy and was able to complete the setup from there (as suggested in another review). Setup then completed successfully and I was all set.

At this point I hit problem number two, the results. The scale appeared to be wildly inaccurate with the displayed weight changing +/- 8lbs each time I tried it. Convinced it was faulty, I was about to give up and return it.

Then I noticed my Aria displaying a message saying it was updating, so I waited.

Over the next day or two I noticed the Aria update itself several times, so I patiently kept waiting until it was finished.

What a difference the updates made!

Now the scale is consistent, accurate (only 2lbs different than the one at slimming class, and always the same difference), and has better BMI detection.

After the updates the scale becomes a brilliant product with loads of functionality, stylish looks and is consistent and accurate, though they still need to fix the setup problems.

In summary, a 5 star product which is let down a bit by some niggles.

**UPDATE** - I have now updated my rating to five stars. Late last year FitBit significantly improved the setup procedure making it much simpler; the niggles are gone and this is now a five star product :)
It's also helped me lose 5st since purchasing it :) x
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Kirk McElhearn TOP 1000 REVIEWER on 27 Aug 2014
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The main reason to buy this scale is to integrate with a Fitbit fitness tracker and the Fitbit app and website. The integration is quite well done. Data from the Aria displays both on the Fitbit website, and in their mobile apps. Multiple people can use the scale, recording the weight of different people and syncing it to each account.

The downside of the scale it its accuracy. If I weigh myself, say, three times in a row, there can be as much as 500 g difference between the readings. It's good to keep track of your weight, and to follow trends, but its accuracy is questionable. I wonder if I really weigh much more or less than what it shows me.

It also records body fat, which is done by sending a very low voltage of electricity through your body. That varies even more than weight. It's not a very useful number, but, again, it does show trends over time.

So, don't expect this scale to be precise accurate, but do use it to follow trends as your weight increases and decreases. If you're a Fitbit user, it integrates seamlessly with their ecosystem. If you want to use it with Apple's HealthKit, you should know that Fitbit is not supporting that technology. However, you can buy an iOS app called Sync Solver that will sync your Fitbit data from an iOS device to Apple's Health app. It's an annoying extra step, and it would be a lot better if Fitbit wasn't distancing themselves from Apple (and Apple, responding to this, stopped selling Fitbit devices in their stores).

One note about setup. When I first set up the scale, it was pretty painless. But the last time the batteries died, and I changed them, it was very hard to get it set up. You have to put the scale into pairing mode, and it wouldn't stay in that mode long enough to complete the process. I probably spent more than a half hour just to get it to work again after changing batteries.
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57 of 62 people found the following review helpful By Nina Ray on 5 July 2013
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This is a beautiful bit of kit and would look great in any bathroom. It’s relatively easy to set up but please note that the process isn't a totally idiot proof. The customer support line (via email) is excellent – both helpful and friendly if you get into trouble. You’ll get there in the end if you have problems.

Be aware that the scales go through a process of calibration and software updates over a period of time before setting into a routine. That can take weeks and I can see why some users have ditched the scales early on. It didn’t bother me.

My major grip is that the scales cannot be moved after use without affecting the calibration. This means that if you stand them up or move them somewhere else when not in use they need up to 5 weigh-ins before they’re accurate again (according to the support team).

In practice for me this meant the first weighing was inaccurate – out by 5/6 lbs. I’m not referring to natural weigh differences during the day; when I put the scales on the floor after standing them upright and weighted myself 3 times in quick succession, the first one reading would be massively out.

I found this too annoying and sent the scales back. I think others tend to keep the scales in the same spot all the time and don’t have a problem or just weigh themselves twice.

I did also notice a software glitch with logging your weight (if you use stones/lbs). The support team told me they’re working to resolve that issue.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By tubthumper on 22 Sep 2014
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I bought a Fitbit One and got so hooked that I decided I had to buy the Aria scales as well and I wasn't disappointed.

The initial setup is simple enough - download a program to your laptop which runs and configures the scales - couldn't be any simpler really!

It did take me a while to figure out how to add a second user but it turns out you do that by going to the Fitbit website, going into the settings of the scales and then inviting another user there. Next time you step onto the scales it will update from the web and the other person is added.

The clever part is that if your body weights are different enough then it will automatically figure out who's standing on the scales. The only downside is that every single time you stand on the scales it uploads that record to your Fitbit account which if you're like me and track weight in the morning and evening causes confusion on the measurements. That is a very minor issue because you can login and delete the weight records you don't want.
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