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The Aria Wi-Fi Smart Scale is brought to you by fitness gadget gurus Fitbit! Just like their ingenious trackers, these scales are just as clever. This is because underneath its sleek and stylish black exterior lies some smart technology which enables the Aria Fitbit scales to track your weight, body fat percentage and body mass index too (BMI)!
What’s more it can recognize up to eight individual users, making it a perfect set of modern scales for the family home. Simply download the Fitbit software and link it you wireless network and enter who you’d like the scales to identify. Then every time you (or another member) steps on the scales it automatically recognises them and then sends their personal data to their individual profile – giving each person real-time access to their stats.
Your Fitbit account will help you to track your progress and will display it in simple graphs and charts – all of which is accessible either online or with Fitbit’s free mobile app. Your dashboard provides you with plenty of additional handy tools to use and to help keep you motivated you will receive your weekly stats by email, be alerted when you near your goals and earn badges every time you reach them!
The Fitbit Aria WiFi Smart Scales take health and fitness to the next level. You can even share how well you're doing with friends and family. So, now you can show off your fitness journey and encourage others. As you progress toward your weight goal, Fitbit.com awards you with badges for extra motivation.
With the Fitbit Aria scale, you could even build a support network by sharing your weight goals and achievements through Facebook and Twitter. Fitbit's privacy settings make it easy to let you choose what to share.
Fitbit is taking the world of health and fitness by storm, and these scales are just one more way for you to keep motivated towards your own personal goals.
Great product, easy to use and quick delivery. Helping me understand my weight. When weight lifting I felt upset I hadn't lost as much weight but now I can see what my body fat is in comparison.
Rins | 18/02/17
Scales are very sensitive to surfaces. Making the readings difficult to measure each time as we have old wooden or stone floors.
Shelley Smith | 14/02/17
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