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Let the Fitbit Aria Get You Where You Want to Be

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We’re excited to let you be among the first to learn about our newest product — the Fitbit Aria Wi-Fi Smart Scale.  Aria will accurately track your weight, % body fat, and BMI over time and sync your weight data to your Fitbit.com account through your wireless network.  Online charts and graphs will track your weight and body composition over time to help you understand exactly what’s happening to cause any bumps in the road.

The Aria was inspired by you, our customers.  Many of you asked for an easier way to track weight.  We did just that and more.   Because the Aria syncs through your Wi-Fi, your data is automatically sync’d (no more numbers to input).   You can invite up to 7 other household members to create their own accounts with the scale, but only you will be able to see your measurements, even with those in your household.   And the scale is smart enough to recognize who you are just by stepping on it, so no need to worry about your information ending up in the wrong place.

Because the Aria is a Fitbit device, it’s integrated with all our online tools to create a complete weight management system.  Use Fitbit’s Food Plan and set your calorie targets; by logging food, you can plan and manage your calorie consumption throughout the day.  You can earn new badges as you work towards your weight goals, or share your information with friends and family to find the support you need.

Be among the first — and pre-order to reserve your Aria which will ship in in late April for $129.95.  Your credit card will not be charged until it ships.  Or click here to learn more about Aria.

8 Responses leave one →
  1. January 10, 2012

    Looks awesome, but will you guys still support import from the Withings scale (which I literally just bought)?

  2. bill permalink
    January 15, 2012

    Just started today and like what i see so far, i will keep you updated. Have many goals to achieve. Trying to understand everything but will take some time to interact with program. Need a couple of weeks before i can say how effective the fitbit tracker devise is… Lets get started!!!

  3. Mark Oleszczak permalink
    March 31, 2012

    Trying to get all of my information consolidated into one beautiful service.

    1.) Does the Fitbit Aria allow imports of data from Withing’s Scale?
    2.) Can you setup the WiThings Scale to sync with your existing Fitbit account?
    3.) I love the products you make and am fully planning on purchasing the Aria :p

  4. Artem B permalink
    May 3, 2012

    This is an awesome scale and i love it so far, but when is the Fitbit Heart rate monitor going to be coming out that syncs with all the stuff on this site?

    To be able to monitor my heart rate when i work out would be great to know.

  5. July 10, 2012

    Have you ever thought of marketing this through or in partnership with a hospital?
    We have loads of people in our area tracking for diabetes, heart disease and other related diseases. Surely you might sell more if a partnership program was set up.

  6. Carole Unkovich permalink
    September 21, 2012

    I just wanted to say that I got my Aria scales today and already loving them. looking forward to getting the Fitbit One to upgrade from the Ultra. Thank you for all your innovation as it has inspired to achieve my goal that I set at the beginning of the year. I am about 5 kgs to from 15. Keep up the fantastic work.

  7. November 27, 2012

    The scale is a great product. Love ease of use and graph of weight. Have the Fitbit One and happy to report it survived the whirpool at my gym. Previous Fitbits did not survive the washing machine, however. So to make health monitoring complete, please come out with a Wi-Fi blood pressure cuff. Thanks

  8. February 25, 2014

    I am a new Fitbit user—I am enjoying tracking daily steps, but would like to also track my weight without purchasing another scale. I also have an IPhone and IPad. How can I do this ?
    Thanking you in advance,
    Gail Miller

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