Imagine being able to accurately track your weight, BMI and body fat percentage over the long term by just stepping on the scale. The Wi-Fi enabled FITBIT® Aria™ auto-uploads your info to your personal account where you can monitor your progress, set goals and stay motivated. It even recognizes up to eight users while keeping everyone's stats private.
Measures weight, body fat percentage and BMI (body mass index) through bioimpedance analysis
Displays your weight, body fat percentage and when info syncs to your account
Offers graphs and charts to help you track your progress; you can earn badges and receive achievement alerts for extra motivation
Automatically syncs through a Wi-Fi network to a private FITBIT® online account and the FITBIT® iPhone® app
Connects to your wireless home network (wireless 802.11b; WEP/WPA/WPA2 personal security)
Automatic (DHCP) IP setup (static IP configuration not supported)
Automatic recognition of up to 8 different people by name or initials; data defaults to private but can be shared with other users; an option allows stats to become viewable to FITBIT® friends or the public on Facebook® or Twitter®
Compatible with Windows® XP/Vista/7/8 and Mac® OS X 10.5 and up
Browsers Supported: Safari® 5.0.5 and up for Mac® users, Chrome® 12 and up, Firefox® 3.6.18 and up, and Internet Explorer® 8 and up for PCs
I use the FITBIT Aria Wi-Fi Smart Scale to check my weight & BMI daily. I love that it sync's wirelessly and it's simple to use. I've had it for two weeks and can't find anything to complain about with it. It really is a great product.
Hard to setup. The scale cannot distinguish between my husband and me (weight and body fat are different), and sometimes my information is sent to my husband's fitbit account instead of mine. Occasionally my body fat is not calculated for some unknown reason and this calculation is inconsistent for my husband. I am very disappointed because I was looking forward to using this product as I have been using the Fitbit Flex for over six months and love it. This scale might be better for a single user, but for the two of us it just isn't working out.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend