I've had my fitbit scale (Aria) for four days. . .it is going back tomorrow. It will not communicate with my computer, and I cannot get any support from Fitbit.com. Of course, it may not go back tomorrow, since they haven't sent me an RMA # yet.
I would recommend you do not buy this scale for the simple fact that they have very lousy support. Maybe none at all. I've sent five emails, without any luck at all.
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I have it and really like it too. I also have it syncing with SP, making it easy to log my weight. Seems to be very accurate on weight, I must admit I don't take too much notice of the body fat % and wouldn't have a clue if this is accurate - but it's been interesting to see it come down recently although no weight change - I'm currently on a "healthy plan" with good food choices (no slip ups) and exercise so do expect a change
I found it quick and easy to set up (but you do need a PC/laptop with Wi-Fi to get it going as far as I can tell, so couldn't set up using my main PC).
I have it and like it. I have it set to sync with SparkPeople so my weight is updated when I weigh in. Not sure how accurate the body fat % is on this (or any other scale) though.
~~Kim in NC~ EDT Aug 2009: 175 Dec 2009: 142 Aug - Dec 2012: 135 size 4 *30lb gain in 8 weeks* Feb 2013: 164 Hypothyroid Diagnosis, April/13: 166 size 12-14 July/13 Jaw surgery Sept- confirmed Hashimoto's Dec 2013: 162 March 2014: 155 March 2016: 165 June 2016: 145 Goal: 135-140 size 4 "Anyone can give up, it's the easiest thing in the world to do. But to hold it together when everyone else would understand if you fell apart, that's true
lots love it. wish I had that chance got mine and it would not connect at all and ended up returning it. did everything they said at least 10 times and it just was not meant to be for me. Perhaps I will try it later
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