Fitbit Aria WiFi Smart Scale
|Price:||CDN$ 94.85 - CDN$ 296.59|
- Material: tampered glass platform, ABS bottom housing
- Capacity: 20 - 350 lb
- Units: pounds, kilograms, stones
- Weighing Surface Dimensions: 12.2 x 12.2 x 1.3 in
- Batteries Included: yes, 4
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Totally different from your dad's old needle scale, the Fitbit Aria WiFi Smart Scale uses advanced technology to track weight, lean mass, body fat percentage, and body mass index, allowing you to see all the numbers you need to start living a healthier lifestyle. With room for the storage of up to eight users, this scale recognizes who you are, displays your data, and sends your stats straight to your Fitbit account through your home's WiFi while remaining totally private to you. The sleek polished glass surface looks classy while resisting the condensation from steamy hot showers.
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Now, here come the problems.
1. the battery needed replacing: yes, the connection had to be made again! Same slow display, Same annoying interface
2. It lost connection to the wifi without letting me know: hence it was just displaying the data and not recording anything. Thanks Aria
3.Then it would sporadically decide not to display the weight. Come now, I know I am not that fat.
4.I tried battery changes: same temperamental problems.
I gave up: it's now a sleek expensive boot scrub in the mud room.
2. When it does work, it's very slow to display weight.
3. This will ONLY work with the fitbit app. Your weight will not be sync'd with Apple Healthkit or Android's health tracking system.'
4. Doesn't seem very accurate. Sometimes I weigh myself 2-3 times because the first reading can be 0.5 - 1 pound off of the second reading. This is most frustrating because the scale takes so long to give me a reading in the first place, and even longer to allow you to step on the scale again. You have to step on the scale, wait for it to detect your weight (5-10 seconds), wait for it to show you the other data it displays (another few seconds), and then wait for it to upload the data before it'll let you step again (another 5 seconds).
Again, what's the point of a scale if it doesn't do it's main function (telling you your weight) quickly or accurately?
This scale has been both a waste of money and an exercise in frustration.
In speaking with Fitbit online they told me I was SOL (**ahem** out of luck). Hmmm, do I really want to drop $170 for the Aria 2? Nope. So long Fitbit.