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Take your fitness routine wherever you go with the Wii U Fit Meter! The Fit Meter is a convenient portable accessory for use with Wii Fit U, designed to measure the number of steps you take, the elevation climbed, and the amount of calories you burn in a day.
For use only with Wii Fit U and the Wii U system.
Standalone Fit Meter is Black/Silver
Some Features Listed Require Wii Fit U Software
Track your progress wherever you are with the new Fit Meter accessory. Sync it with the game to get detailed information or see how close you are to your goals. You can even take on fun fitness challenges solo or with friends.
The Fit Meter does a lot more than count your steps. It also has an acceleration sensor (to measure intensity) and an atmospheric pressure sensor (to measure altitude changes). This means the Fit Meter can more accurately calculate how many calories you burn, based on what you're doing. Running up stairs, for example, will torch more calories than taking the elevator - even though the distance is the same.
A little activity every day can add up to major progress! Take on a Walking Challenge to see your daily steps tracked around famous locations all over the world. Or try an Altitude Challenge and make your way up mountains and monuments.
Fitness is more fun with the whole family. Since you can have up to 12 profiles (plus 7 pet profiles!) on one Wii Fit U game, it's easy for everyone to track their activity with their own Fit Meter. Even the family pet can get involved - with their activity measured in special "doggie units."
See how much you've accomplished by syncing the Fit Meter to your Wii Fit U profile at the touch of a button. You'll get detailed graphs of all your activity, including how many calories you've burned and how many steps you've walked.
Your Fit Meter can exchange data with other Fit Meters. Just press the center button with the two Fit Meters facing one another to compare your activity over the past day.