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Fitbit Aria Black/White £67.99 inc delivery @ Argos

£67.99 @ Argos
Normally £99+, however Argos are doing this for £84.99. Use code HOME20 for 20% off, I have had one delivered today for just 67.99: Subtotal: 84.99 Delivery: Free Special offer saving: 17.00 Total: 6… Read More
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4d, 21h agoFound 4 days, 21 hours ago
Normally £99+, however Argos are doing this for £84.99. Use code HOME20 for 20% off, I have had one delivered today for just 67.99:

Subtotal: 84.99
Delivery: Free
Special offer saving: 17.00
Total: 67.99

I just checked and it is still available.
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9 Likes #1
Too big for my wrist.
#2
Great price.
#3
Cheapest I've ever seen this. Heat added!
#4
Just run through the checkout, but delivery seems to be £3.95 for the white set of scales. Great price though, been after one for the parents for a while.

Edited By: jmdarley on Jun 19, 2017 20:13: Delivery only added to white Aria
#5
:):):)
#6
Good deal for price but the scales are rubbish
#7
Rubbish, unreliable. I went back to a traditional set of scales. I have a white set of these still boxed if someone wants them for the Cex price plus postage. Been sat in my loft for a couple of years so cheers to the OP for reminding me!
#8
Cex cash price I should say, not the price they sell them for.
#10
Hi misterleoni if you sort postage out il have them of you at cec cash price. Can send snail mail cheapest option?
#11
Good price. I've had a set of Black Aria Scales since 2011. They have been more reliable as far as connecting to the app than the 3 lots of Fitbits I've had during this time. The send the info immediately. As far as accuracy is concerned never had an issue spot on with those at Hospital where I work. One thing to be careful with is where you put them. Of course carpet no good and check your floor is level. I place my hand on the plate and make sure it dosent wobble. You can get inaccuracies if it isn't spot on.
#12
Had these for 6 months and they normally fluctuate a few ounces with each weigh in. Only worth the money if you're in the Fitbit eco system.
#13
misterleoni
Rubbish, unreliable. I went back to a traditional set of scales. I have a white set of these still boxed if someone wants them for the Cex price plus postage. Been sat in my loft for a couple of years so cheers to the OP for reminding me!
Hi misterleoni, il take them at Cex price if you could chuck delivery in? Could send cheapest option ?thanks
#14
Ive had these and they went funny after about a year. They also have to be placed on a hard flat surface. I now use the Withings scales and find them more accurate.
#15
Another ridiculously overpriced fitbit product.

Xiaomi make smart wireless scales for about £11.
#16
What falcon65 said. They don't last. Be aware that if anything goes wrong with these (and it will, look at the Fitbit forums), there is no reset button, no means of reset whatsoever.
#17
More Fitbit crap
It's half way through 2017 and still people in love with their shoddy that.
#18
Roph
Another ridiculously overpriced fitbit product.
Xiaomi make smart wireless scales for about £11.
Where are they £11?
#19
got XIAOMi for £25 amazing scale. Can't fail them at all
#20
not worth buying these - only work when they want to and def not consistent.
#21
Roph
Another ridiculously overpriced fitbit product.
Xiaomi make smart wireless scales for about £11.
£11! Where?
#22
Does this sync with Apple HealthKit?
#23
Mine syncs from Fitbit to MFP (MyFitnessPal) and then from MFP to Apple HealthKit, that's the work around as Fitbit and Apple fell out. There is an app call Sync Solver that syncs direct from Fitbit to App Health if you don't want MFP in the middle.
#24
i have a fitbit watch, but wifi fitbit scales?! ridiculous.
#25
Wouldn't bother, the measurements are incredibly inaccurate and they break easily. Fitbit customer services is appalling too. Waste of money and no replacement.
#26
adski
Mine syncs from Fitbit to MFP (MyFitnessPal) and then from MFP to Apple HealthKit, that's the work around as Fitbit and Apple fell out. There is an app call Sync Solver that syncs direct from Fitbit to App Health if you don't want MFP in the middle.
thank u

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