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Fitbit Aria Electronic personal scale White

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Devices which you stand on in order to weigh yourself.
personal scales
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Included since: 08 May 2013
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Info modified on: 16 Dec 2017 20:47:37
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Long product name Fitbit Aria Electronic personal scale White :
The short editorial description of Fitbit Aria Electronic personal scale White

20-350lbs (9-158kg), lb/kg/st, % body fat & BMI, Wi-Fi 802.11b, 4xAA 1.5V, White
Short summary description Fitbit Aria Electronic personal scale White:
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Fitbit Aria, LCD, White, 12.3" (312 mm), 1.31" (33.4 mm), 12.3" (312 mm), 4.25 lbs (1.93 kg)
Long summary description Fitbit Aria Electronic personal scale White :

Fitbit Aria. Display: LCD. Color of product: White. Width: 12.3" (312 mm), Depth: 1.31" (33.4 mm), Height: 12.3" (312 mm). Battery type: AA, Battery voltage: 1.5 V. Material: ABS synthetics, Top surface type: Glass

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Source Testseek summary Average rating
Testseek has collected 28 expert reviews for Fitbit Aria and the average expert rating is 75 of 100. The average score reflects the expert community’s view on this product. Click below and use Testseek to see all ratings, product awards and conclusions.
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As you'd expect, the Aria scale takes advantage of its Wi-Fi connection to automatically send your weight (in pounds, kilograms, or stones) to the tracking site each time you or another family member steps onto the device. But unlike most scale...
Good Design is elegant and stylish without screaming "look at me", Data minutiae is enthralling, especially when combined with Fitbit Ultra, Turns your weight loss program into a game, Emphasizes long term progress, not shortterm blips, Six month battery life...
Bad website is in need of a usability overhaul, $129.95 is twice the price of standalone scales offering the same body composition measurements, Not recommended for people with pacemakers...
A scale is a low-tech, low-maintenance gadget. You step on it once per day (or less, in my case), read your weight, and leave it to spend the majority of its time sitting idly on the bathroom floor.But FitBit’s Aria Wi-Fi Smart Scale isn’t content livi...
Good Tracks weight as well as percentages of muscle mass and fat. Readings are accurate. Easy logging of body data in one location — just step on the glass, and it's recorded. Data reports actually motivated me to step on the scale at least once a day. Backlit...
Bad Steep price of 0. Full potential of the device is only unleashed if you've already got a FitBit Ultra. Limited data displayed on the scale — you have to fire up the app to see the deeper stuff...
Whether you call it the IOT (Internet of Things), being plugged in, or something else, I really enjoy using connected devices. Some people will say, who needs a thermometer that saves your readings or a fitness tracker that tells you how many steps you've...
Good Water resistant, Weight shows up in main Fitbit dashboard, Tracks fat % and BMI...
Bad Requires multiple weighings to report correct weight if scale isn't stored flat...
FitBit Aria Wi-Fi Smart Scale image copyright FitBitLike many people of a certain age, I've had to become much more active in my health management than I once was Back when I burned gazillions of calories playing football, hockey, lacrosse and hiking for...
Wi-Fi is being put in everything in our homes. From appliances like washers & dryers and refrigerators, to home electronics like television sets, there’s no arguing that we’re increasingly seeing companies giving a smart option to all our consumers ele...
Good Sophisticated design that’s rich with premium materials, Solid construction, Easy and simple setup, Extremely accurate with its readings...
Bad It’s one expensive weight scale at $130...
Bottom line We bet that there’s at least one weight scale in your house right now, so you’re wondering how the Fitbit Aria can benefit you in the long run. Naturally, it does the same thing as any other scale, one that doesn’t discriminate in telling you your weig...
Whether your goal is to maintain a healthy weight or lose those extra pounds, keeping track of your weight changes is an essential part of the process. Any obstacle to doing so, whether that be having to launch an app or scamble around for a pen, will eve...
Hopefully last week you caught my comparison between the Fitbit One and Nike FuelBand as devices to help measure your activity. In addition we're hoping you joined our Fitbit group, where you can also win a prize (we just hit 200 members!).As we continue...
Available in white or black, Aria is quite an attractive and modern looking body scale with curved edges and a glossy top exterior. At the top center of the device lies a circular backlit LCD display that is used to show your weight and display other mess...
Good Great tool to help those who are dieting or just want to monitor their weight etc, easy to setup and use, nice modern design, Fitbit account U.I. is intuitive and resourceful, The...
Bad Scale is not recommended for users with pacemakers, pricier than even more expensive scales...
Bottom line The Fitbit Aria Wi-Fi Smart Scale is a great way to keep track of your progress if you are on a diet, but even if you aren't on a diet, it becomes a fun way to stay motivated about staying active and healthy. And if you happen to own a Fitbit Ultra, tha...
Can a high tech scale help you lose weight? I recently started a journey to slim back down, which started the day I stepped on my digital scale and noticed I was approaching 200 lbs. Over the last month I have made good progress, but I wanted to see if an...
Good Fast setup: I experienced a minor hiccup with my initial setup (see below), but I still had the Aria up and running in 10 minutes. There is a native desktop app for Windows users, and Mac users can get started with a web based setup. The web based setup r...
Bad Can a high tech scale help you lose weight? I recently started a journey to slim back down, which started the day I stepped on my digital scale and noticed I was approaching 200 lbs. Over the last month I have made good progress, but I wanted to see if an...
In the increasingly connected world of 2012, WiFi-enabled household gadgetry is becoming more and more common. We have televisions with Internet browsers, refrigerators that offer built-in computers and thermostats you can control remotely.So, how about b...
The Fitbit Aria is a WiFi scale that is very similar to the popular Withings scale. It's not necessarily related to mobile tech, but the way I am using it and the Fitbit Ultra in combination with my Galaxy Nexus is.I am using all the tools I have at my di...
Bottom line The Fitbit Aria is a bargain compared to similar scales with the same functionality at $129.99. It's not too fancy, it's easy to use, and it looks good. What else do you want? The fact that it the Fitbit apps for iPhone and Android work well with the Ar...
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