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Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great for weight watchers! I love this scale! I have it synced with weight watchers and rather than paying extra to "weigh in" at a meeting, I do the online program. The scale syncs and sends my weight every time I step on it. they say the scale doesn't lie, so I weigh myself on Mondays, and it take the place of the person at meetings having to watch me and record my weight. The only reason it doesn't get 5 stars from me, it seems to eat batteries pretty quickly. Just switched it over to rechargables, so we'll see how long they last.
Date published: 2016-01-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fantastic bathroom scale & more! This scale is wonderful as it provides accurate weight, % fat, and BMI. Also it connects wirelessly to the internet. On the internet they have a really nice website that is personalized. So you can track your weight, etc., along with what you eat and your exercise. From there you can set a weight loss goal.
Date published: 2014-11-09
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Not for everyone The first ARIA scale we received was defective and had to be returned. The second one we've had for maybe 2 years. I have osteoporosis, and to say the fat % calculations are grossly incorrect would be an understatement. The bioimpedence technology ARIA uses to calculate body fat % just flat out does not work correctly when you have osteoporosis. I find I have to weigh myself twice to be sure the #s are accurate, and you have to wait for the wireless transmission of data to complete before you can do it the second time, which is *** awful slow.
Date published: 2016-06-03
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Huge Disappointment I cannot convey how disappointed I am with Fitbit's technical design of the Aria scale. Set up is nearly impossible on a current and up-to-date WiFi router. After speaking to a Comcast Tech Support rep for over an hour last night, I learned that the scale has been loaded with a very old and outdated WiFi card. The "b" setting needed to support Aria is practically ancient by today's standards and was used by some of the first WiFi gaming platforms. When I attempted to follow the instructions provided by Fitbit Tech Support, it crashed my WiFi and took over an hour to correct. Since no tech items made within the last decade run on "b," our phones and computers could not sync to the network. Getting that corrected was very frustrating and time consuming. While speaking with Comcast Tech Support, I was advised that my best option was to purchase a B router, that way the scale could sync with the B router and my other devices could continue on the more advance "g" and "n" connections. I decided that it's not worth the hassle. The scale has been returned and I won't be purchasing another Fitbit product until they bring their technology up to date. The only reason to load devices with an old WiFi card is to save a buck. Fitbit put a cheap and outdated WiFi card in the scale. Very, very disappointing.
Date published: 2015-01-29
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