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Fitbit Aria £25.00 off - £74.99 @ O2

£74.99 @ O2
To help with a new year resolution.... Fitbit aria, if you are into this sort of thing, usually costs £99.99 but o2 have £25.00 off in the January sale. I couldn't find it cheaper, even eBay sec… Read More
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6m, 2w agoFound 6 months, 2 weeks ago
To help with a new year resolution....

Fitbit aria, if you are into this sort of thing, usually costs £99.99 but o2 have £25.00 off in the January sale.

I couldn't find it cheaper, even eBay second hands seem to be a similar price.

Side note: happy new year.

Edit: Price only shows when you add it to the basket ends 01/02/2017
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Just my two penny worth on the scales themselves (the offer itself is a good one). I'd not recommend them, my set had an update after 2 years (guarantee period). After this they simply didn't work. And fitbit refused to do anything about it, so they've become a large glass paperweight. The issue is a known problem (look at the fitbit forum for the "sensing, err" issue).
The main problem is there is no reset button on the scales, so if something does get screwed up, there is nothing you can do to fix it.
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Macculus
Just my two penny worth on the scales themselves (the offer itself is a good one). I'd not recommend them, my set had an update after 2 years (guarantee period). After this they simply didn't work. And fitbit refused to do anything about it, so they've become a large glass paperweight. The issue is a known problem (look at the fitbit forum for the "sensing, err" issue).
The main problem is there is no reset button on the scales, so if something does get screwed up, there is nothing you can do to fix it.


I actually had a good experience with their customer services - they replaced a lost Fitbit free of charge....good to know about the error though.

Edited By: mcclunyboy on Jan 01, 2017 19:09: Grammer
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mcclunyboy
Macculus
Just my two penny worth on the scales themselves (the offer itself is a good one). I'd not recommend them, my set had an update after 2 years (guarantee period). After this they simply didn't work. And fitbit refused to do anything about it, so they've become a large glass paperweight. The issue is a known problem (look at the fitbit forum for the "sensing, err" issue).
The main problem is there is no reset button on the scales, so if something does get screwed up, there is nothing you can do to fix it.
I actually had a good experience with their customer services - they replaced a lost Fitbit free of charge....good to know about the error though.

Its a poor product. I am on my 4th set of scales because of this "sensing err" mentioned above. There is talk of class action against fitbit for them as clearly they are not fit (excuse the pun) for purpose.

http://fitbitariagraveyard.com/

Fitbit might well replace as youve suggested, but why would you knowingly buy an item that will self destruct and be without while they ask for proof and then take a further month to send it to you. The idea is for daily measuring, not 6 to 8 week gaps every 3 to 6 months or so.

Cold. Nothing personal.

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