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[Harvey Norman] Fitbit Aria Wi-Fi Smart Scale - $147 (Plus a Bonus $20 Gift Card)

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Pricing:

RRP = $169.95
Normal Store Price = $159
Current Sale Price = $147 (plus $20 Harvey Norman Gift Card)
Closest known competitor price = $159 (Officeworks)

Note: The page doesn't always display the 'Bonus $20 Gifd Card' special on my PC. If it doesn't show up for you, try viewing it from your smartphone/tablet. The same special was not offered in-store but they were happy to honour the special when I showed it to them on my phone.

Product:

Essentially, this is a weight scale that measures weight, body fat % and BMI. It connects over Wi-Fi and can automatically sync this data to online services like Fibit.

The product has pretty good reviews. You will have to decide for yourself if you think spending this much money on a weight scale is worth it or not.

Personally, I found that weighing myself on a normal scale, then breaking out the body fat calipers + calculators and logging down all the numbers was a bit too tedious to want to do this regularly.

My Fitbit Aria is on back-order, so I haven't got a first-hand user review to share.

Alternatives in this category was the Withings WS-50 smart scale, which aims to add more features and connect to more online services(including Fitbit itself, surprisingly). I decided against buying the WS-50 scale as some reviewers cited issues when trying to claim warranty plus you would have to import this from outside Australia.

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  • -1

    what about a normal scale? lol
    i think i saw a bluetooth one at kmart for like 20
    i doubt the body fat and bmi is accurate

    • -1

      If you think before posting you may doubt it's worth it.

  • I see the $20 card, but then again as soon as i choose a colour it removes it…

  • +1

    I'm not sure about all these scales, as others have posted fluctuations with measurements taken 20 seconds apart.
    I was going to purchase an expensive pair, but did this simple test.
    I weighed myself on the expensive scales and noted the exact measurements.
    I walked over to big w and weighed myself on various other ones.
    I purchased a BMI Analysis scale for around $30 which mirrored the same measurements as the expensive pairs.
    I reweighed myself 5 times and they were all the same.
    The one I chose is in the lifestyle choice, and is the glass one.
    I don't care much for the numbers, the mirror don't lie and also your clothes becoming loser or tighter is a good indicator.

    It is well documented that BMI is a crap measurement.

    • Pretty good method actually..

  • Out of stock in all of WA - only 2 stores may have one over East.

    • Teehee, but Good Guys Cockburn Central gave me two for $290. All good!

  • This is a pretty good with the $20 bonus, bought one in 2013 for $120 on discount thru a friend who use to work at HN. I just like the convenience that it syncs to my fitbit app to keep track of my weight/bf% on daily basis and also syncs to mypalfitness for the rest of my calorie intake and calories burned via my polar HR monitor.

    Works without a hitch and best time to weigh yourself is first thing in the morning when you wake up to get a consistent accurate reading daily.

  • Wow, people will buy just about anything nowadays.

  • Thanks for the post OP. Bought one yesterday from their QV, VIC store. There was only one more left (white). Just told them about the offer and got it in-store no fuss. I wanted to buy this for a long time but the price always held me back. It's great to keep me motivated as I'm working towards my weight loss goal. Was so easy to setup and love the ease of use.