Flat, black, and elegant

The Fitbit Aria's smooth glass surface not only senses your weight but sends a mild electrical charge through your body to measure percentage body fat.
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Stand tall and proud

The Fitbit Aria sits 1.3 inches above the floor and uses rubber feet to stay firmly in place.
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A smart display

The Fitbit Aria is equipped with a circular screen that displays lots of helpful information such as body fat percentage, battery level, Wi-Fi status, and of course weight in pounds, stone, or kilograms.
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The strength of bubbles

On the Fitbit Aria's underside is a curious and eye-catching bubble pattern that's made from ABS plastic. It's strong and doesn't flex when weight is applied.
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Get on and get in shape

To use the Fitbit Aria, just step on the gadget for a few moments. It will then take stock of your stats and send them to your Fitbit account via a Wi-Fi link.
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