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Aria Serial Number Lookup !!TOP!!

I acquired an ARIA acoustic guitar today. The owner thought it was probably 20 years old but was not sure. I think it is probably a basic model even though it has binding used. I have looked on the ARIA site with no luck how to read the serial number. Not sure if the 66 means 1966 or not as one other site suggested. Any assistance would be appreciated

Aria Serial Number Lookup

Probably no help, but my friend just sent me a shot of the back brace stamp and it is 612036 for this mid 80s Aria. So my earlier post that the guy I bought it from might be wrong; he must have bought it new in '86 or near the first of the year. This may not help either since your 8 digit number doesn't fit the format - it couldn't be a '66 since they didn't use serial numbers before the mid 70s. I would bet its after '87, and I have read before they started moving manufacturing to Korea. That usually throws the whole serial number thing out.

Fitbit sets its customers up to be victims of theft by 1. not putting serial numbers on the bits so that lost or stolen ones can never be returned to their rightful owners, even if recovered by police (learned this when I went to file a police report) and 2. not making it possible to deactivate a lost or stolen device, allowing anyone to activate it as if it were their own. My son's Blaze was stolen at a track meet - the watch band and charger were left behind. Since the bit is tiny, it can easily be slipped into a sock or the pocket of a pair of track shorts. There is no identifying information on it or in it. Anyone can take it and create a new account and start using it. You have absolutely NO recourse. The most Fitbit will do is offer 25% off a new one. I'm not even tempted. It should be illegal to sell a $200.00 device without a serial number. It is illegal in most states to sell an item from which the serial number was removed. Ebay doesn't allow the sale of such items, but something that never had one is apparently fair game. Go to Ebay and see how many Blazes are for sale without the original packaging (which is the only place you will find a serial number) and ask yourself how many were probably stolen. It boggles the mind that Fitbit has not addressed this issue.

Interesting. I have owned a basis peak and now a philips watch. Both of these product had a serial number you could find under the about on the watch. Never thought that my fitbit did not have a serial number. Oh well. that is indeed strange.

Your serial number ( which is the FCC ID) is located on the bottom of your fitbit watch box. Also, go to settings on your watch. Scroll down to Regulatory Info, tap on it. The U.S. FCC ID # will be there & if it is your watch it will match the FCC ID from the bottom of the watch box.

There is no serial number imprinted on the Blaze. And while the Bluetooth MAC is unique, I don't see it on the watch or web dashboard. So practically speaking, that makes it impossible for a user or law enforcement to identify stolen property without the cooperation of Fitbit.

Now about the serial number - still need it on the case and a convenient way to locate it in app or web dashboard if your Blaze has been stolen. Boxes get tossed or lost. But that is setting the bar too low - we need some type of activation lock to discourage theft because it can't be used if stolen.

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