Fitbit Aria Air Bluetooth Smart Scale - Black
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- Smart scale displays your weight and syncs it to the Fitbit app via Bluetooth
- Fitbit app tracks your trends, calculates your BMI, and shows you how nutrition and activity impact your goals
- Three AAA batteries (included) provide 12 months of battery life with typical usage
- 3 x AA Batteries
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Of the 629 reviewers who responded, 506 would recommend this product.
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- A really high-maintenance piece of equipment- December 4, 2020
Unlike the previous model I had this this scale does not measure body fat, nor does it connect via Wifi. It only connects by Bluetooth, which would be ok if it actually worked more than 30% of the time. I have to either force stop the Fitbit app or restart my phone to ensure a connection. It was also recommended by Fitbit to make sure no other Bluetooth devices are nearby...meaning remove my Fitbit from my wrist, move it out of range, then attempt to weigh in. In short, it's just far more difficult to use than any scale should be. Also on two occasions I miraculously lost 10 lbs overnight. I those cases I had to reset the scale itself to get an accurate weight.No, I would not recommend this to a friend.
- Absolutely worthless- September 3, 2020
You might as well shoot darts on a wall full of numbers! I understand that you may need to step on the scale 2-3 times to get an accurate reading, but this thing had a 7 lb range as to what I weighed....and that's after stepping on the scale 8 times. The icing on the cake; I fasted 42 hours (no food entered my body) and took multiple hour-long walks in that period, well according to that thing, I just put on 5.5 lbs between the day I started the fast and when I was about to break it. Do yourself a huge favor and DO NOT buy this piece of junk.No, I would not recommend this to a friend.
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- Good scale. Can't beat the price.- January 29, 2021
This is a great looking scale that works very well. Connecting it to my phone via Bluetooth was easy. Once that was done, it's just a matter of opening the app and stepping on the scale and the weight automatically transfers to the app. Reconnecting the phone to the scale is not required each time you use it. The BEST thing about this scale is that the numbers are going DOWN every day. (Just kidding. That's due to my weight loss efforts and not a feature in the scale itself, of course) The quality of the scale seems very good as well. It registers the weight quickly and transfers the data to the phone quickly.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- Fairly barebones Weight Scale- May 3, 2020
This is a fairly standard weight scale. Setup was exceptionally easy and I like that the scale can sync with up to 8 profiles. Compairing this to past scales I have used, the data looks relatively accurate. I would say the only benefit to this scale versus other similarly price digital scales is that this can log directly to your fitbit app, which can be a boon if you find yourself integrated in the fitbit ecosystem. Though the scale only provides your overall weight and calculates your BMI in the app. Considering other scales in this price range can potentially provide more data, this can be a deal breaker.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- Gizmo caca- June 16, 2022
It's really accurate; I tested it with some dumbbells abd it was spot on. The SYNCING to your phone is horrible and frustrating. I routinely go into app settings, force stop, and clear cache before I even get on the thing. I just stepped on it and it kept feeding my phone my weight from the last time I stepped on it which was 2 months ago and twelve pounds heavier. It took me about 15 times of climbing on and off the scale to figure out how to make this thing take my weight at all without entering it manually. I pressed the plus symbol in the upper right corner and for some reason it added my weight automatically and CORRECTLY. This fix (or bug!) my correct itself in the future, but for now it's a scale still in beta. It does not work as advertised or as it was intended. It is supposed to be an automatic and seamless piece of hardware, but it's just a gizmo.No, I would not recommend this to a friend.