Fitbit Aria Air In-depth Review and Guide In 2021

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The Fitbit Aria Air is the Fitbit Aria family’s entry-level edition, which also contains the Fitbit Aria 2 and its original Fitbit Aria counterpart. In all Fitbit model families, you have to admire the consistency: the Fitbit Versa smartwatch or fitness tracker family already has three members, the Fitbit Versa Lite (entry-level model), the Fitbit Versa 2, and its ancestor, much like the Aria family.

Design:

Fitbit Aria Air is great. It is low profile so it can slide under the bed / can be placed behind the chest of drawers when not in use. The Fitbit Area Air is characterized by rounded corners: both the digital screen and the scale have no sharp edges and the overall aesthetic is pleasing to the eye.

The Fitbit Area Air shape is square. I have very large legs (size 10.5) but still, they do not hang in any direction on a large scale. The digital display is placed at the top of the scale – of course – and the screen is in good contrast. Making it easy to read even without glasses.

It is very difficult to say the accuracy of the scale without the industrial scale at your disposal. Which unfortunately I do not have. Instead, I set off against the Psalter 9207 BK3R digital scale (RRP £ 12.99) to keep the readings from Fitbit Area Air in one place and measure their weight one after the other. The results are consistent with each other at half a pound (approximately 220 grams), which is enough for me.

Fitbit Aria Air Application:

The main attraction of Fitbit Air – along with the look – is its connectivity to the Fitbit application. Using the application, you can add measurements from the scale to all other body scales already tracked with your Fitbit Versa 2 or Fitbit Ionic, giving your body more ‘total’ changes. By which.

In the Fitbit app, you can set target weights and see on the chart how your weight loss/weight gain program works for you. The Fitbit app is user friendly and provides bodybuilding enthusiasts. However, there are not enough metrics for players like the Garmin Connect or the Polar Flow app.

By using the Fitbit app, you also have access to the Fitbit community. Which is very large and you can join groups too. The community aspect of the Fitbit app is great for those who need some extra motivation to stay on track with their diet. Add Fitbit Premium and you can use the Discover section with its guided programs.

With your weight tracking, it can be awesome or basic air force depending on your perspective. As far as we can tell, weight data feeds into the calculations of how many calories you burn during the day, although Fitbit does not trump it in any way – perhaps there is always an algorithm-based calorie-burn calculation. Became infamous.

Conclusion:

The Fitbit Aria Air is a good digital scale that works best for those who already have a Fitbit watch or band – or plan to get one shortly.

Even for Fitbit customers, the Fitbit Area Air only adds two additional dimensions to the mix: body weight and BMI. The latter depends on your age, which you enter in the Fitbit app along with your age. You can do this by using one of the many online BMI calculators or by dividing your weight into kilograms per square meter. If you want to learn your book.

According to the NHS, ‘When you estimate a healthy weight, health professionals can consider other factors. Muscle is much denser than fat, so people with a lot of muscle, such as heavyweight boxers, weight trainers, and athletes, have a healthy weight even though their BMI is classified as ob fat. ‘

We heavyweight boxers, powerlifters, and rugby players probably will not buy Fitbit products. Fitbit Aria Air is for price-conscious people who do not rely on other smart standards that provide information in their Fitbit application and have a good quality Fitbit product to work with. For them, Fitbit Aria Air is a good choice. Additionally, it is a solid and attractive bathroom scale.

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