If you want to start setting up your new Fitbit Scale, I will introduce you to the detailed steps in this post.
The large-scale development of technology makes everything impossible possible. The latest smartphone devices prove this technology. Some functions will also take care of your health, and some applications have the same functionality. These apps also allow you to track your fitness well. Fitbit applications are one of them.
Fitbit application and Fitbit Scale ideally give your health through software analysis and hardware tracking.
Fitbit is an application that allows you to track steps, sleep, heart rate, and other information. In this way, you can take care of your health in a beautiful way. This app also helps you achieve your weight goals.
It will also provide you with better nutritional information to keep your body healthy. However, to use the Fitbit application, you must set up an account. This is a necessary step to use this application on smart devices.
So, to make your body fit and healthy, here we will discuss the Fitbit Scales, Fitbit Aria, and Fitbit Aria 2.
What Is Fitbit Aria
Fitbit Aria allows you to use charts to monitor your fat and weight over a long time so that you can manage your health more meaningfully. Weight scales can also measure your body fat and lean weight before sending messages over the home wireless network, so you can access it using Fitbit's free application.
Fitbit Aria's glass surface contains electrodes that send a small, safe signal through your body to measure body impedance, giving you accurate data on your body's fat and lean mass.
What Is The Fitbit Arita Features
Wi-Fi-enabled smart bathroom scale
Automatically uploads stats online
Measure body fat percentage and BMI
Manage your health with the Fitbit free app
Use with up to seven other household members
How To Setup Fitbit Aria
There are two ways you can set up your Aria.
The first is downloading the software and installing it on your PC/Mac, but that will only work if your PC/Mac is connected to the Internet using Wi-Fi. This option is not really for me because my desktop PC is connected via LAN.
The following way is to use your mobile phone to set it up by visiting https://fitbit.com/scale/setup/start. Just an FYI, the Fitbit iOS App and Fitbit Android App do not support the setting up of the Aria.
How To Setup New Device Fitbit Aria Using iOS App
To get your Aria into setup mode, you need to remove one of the four included AA batteries and wait for 10 seconds before putting it back.
Take out just one battery and waited for 10 seconds, but nothing happens, so I took out all the four batteries and put it back in, and only then it went into setup mode.
Once it is in setup mode, Aria will create its wireless access point, and you need to use your mobile phone to connect to it.
Once your phone connects to it, you will then set up your Aria to connect to your wireless network.
Fitbit Aria can support up to eight users according to their weight. If two or more users have similar consequences, the ruler will recognize the importance, and after displaying the user's weights, Aria will display abbreviations on the ruler. If the abbreviations shown are incorrect, please touch the scale until the corresponding abbreviations appear. The electronic scale then assigns the measurements to the right person.
The Aria 2 Is A Sleek Update To Fitbit Original Scale
The Aria 2 is a sleek update to Fitbit's original scale. In addition to weight and body mass index, the scale tracks your lean weight and body fat percentage. Functionally, it is not the most comprehensive, but it can be compensated by smoothly entering Fitbit's existing top fitness ecosystem.
How To Setup Fitbit Aria 2 And Performance
It's easy to start, mainly if you already use a Fitbit tracker. You don't have to download a separate application. You click on the account icon in the upper right corner and click the plus button to set up an additional device. Once you do, you pull out the plastic label of the battery box. Then the application will prompt you to select the Wi-Fi network. If you don't have a Fitbit tracker, you must create an account to take advantage of data tracking.
Like most intelligent scales, Aria 2 takes a little time to read thoroughly. You don't just jump up, read and jump down. You must look at the monitor and see when it's finished. Synchronization does not require standing on the balance all the time, but unlike QardioBase 2, when it completes the reading, there is no tactile vibration to let you know.
The Aria 2 Is Pretty Solid On Accuracy
On accuracy, the Aria 2 is pretty solid. I tested it multiple times simultaneously with my regular digital scale. The Aria 2 reported my weight as a few tenths of a pound heavier than my basic scale in each instance. It underreported my weight by about 0.5 pounds. However, your weight to the exact tenth of a pound isn't quite as important as how consistent the scale is.
So while the actual numbers were very slightly off, the difference was consistent each time. That indicates the Aria 2 should be able to accurately changes your weight.
As for actual metrics tracked, the scale gives you more than your actual weight and BMI. But as far as body composition goes, it's not the most in-depth out there. While you do get body fat percentage and lean mass in the form of a line graph, you don't get stats like muscle or bone mass. Nor do you get the water percentage. The average person doesn't necessarily need these stats, though they may be helpful for athletes.
Fitbit Aria 2 Multiple Users Are Also Easy To Setup
Multiple users are also easy to set up. The scale supports eight users total, and it's as easy as inviting them from the Aria 2 menu. It does take a little bit to sync between users, especially if they're close in weight or right after initially adding a new user. I tested the Fitbit Aria 2 with my roommate, and it didn't have any issues differentiating between us. Also, I was unable to see my roommate's weight and vice versa. That's important as I was inadvertently able to see other users' weight with some different scales.
Other web page resource
How do I reconnect my Fitbit scale to my wireless network?: https://help.fitbit.com/articles/en_US/Help_article/1158
Through my introduction to how I start to set up my Fitbit Scale above, you may feel that this setting is a little complicated. I also thought that it was a little cumbersome at the beginning. But when we finish setting up, we'll be fine.
I also mentioned that the weighing data of Fitbit Aria is somewhat different from the physical scale. I don't think I need to care about it. As long as we use a scale to track our weight every day, we see relative changes. We all know the weight gain or loss.
Well, this is my post how do I start to set up my Fitbit scale. I hope it will be helpful to you.