You can't improve what you can't measure, and the Fitbit Aria is currently our favorite device for keeping tabs on weight-related health stats. Your detailed weight, BMI, and body fat percentage graphs are automatically uploaded via WiFi to your private Fitbit account, where you can monitor your results with the latest fad diet or get more meaningful (and actionable) longer-term trends about your body -- something you just can't easily do with a traditional scale. And unlike the Withings wireless scale, the Aria is smaller, feels sturdier, has better, more stable feet, and has a much better site for viewing your progress.
$130 might seem like a lot for a scale, especially when most basic digital scales cost $30, but the online data and self-tracking capabilities tell you a lot more than what you weigh this morning. And that means more motivation, even for those like me, who won't ever like stepping on a scale.
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I've debated for quite a while if I really wanted to go to this level of tracking. I finally relented and purchased the scale. Initially I had problems setting up the device until I realized that the scale...
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