Fuseby Mio

  • Fuse
  • Fuse
  • Fuse
TECHWALLA
VERDICT
Not recommended. This product is super problematic.
69%
TECHWALLA SCORE
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PROS

  • The Fuse has one of the more accurate heart-rate monitors available.
  • A big, bright display makes it easy to read your workout stats
  • The fitness band has a battery life of five to seven days.

CONS

  • The Fuse lacks other key tracking features commonly found in modern fitness trackers, such as the ability to monitor sleep habits or count stairs.
  • The Fuse only measures your heart rate during workouts. It can be activated to manually capture resting HR, but it's not automatic.
  • The required smartphone app is cluttered and not all that intuitive.
The Mio Fuse is a dedicated fitness band capable of counting steps, pace, distance, calories, and most importantly, heart rate. It's water resistant up to 30 meters. A customizable display is capable of alerting you based on your heart rate zones, ensuring you get the most out of your workout. It pairs to your smartphone using a companion app and Bluetooth 4.0 for added functionality and statistic viewing. You can also pair the Mio Fuse with a chest-strap heart rate monitor or GPS tracker.
NameFuseCharge HRVivosmartPeakMicrosoft Band
ManufacturerMioFitbitGarminBasisMicrosoft
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Mio Fuse also has a vibration alert, which you can turn off, that causes the band to buzz when your heart rate changes zones, meaning you ca…

Mio Fuse also has a vibration alert, which you can turn off, that causes the band to buzz when your heart rate changes zones, meaning you can still get a good idea of your training zone, even when the band is covered by your sleeves. That's extremely cool.

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75%

More than comfortable to wear by any means thanks to the rubbery textured material, it’s worth noting too that the Mio Fuse is fully capable…

More than comfortable to wear by any means thanks to the rubbery textured material, it’s worth noting too that the Mio Fuse is fully capable of withstanding the sweatiest of workouts.

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70%

If you like your wrist-based tracking to be done discreetly, then the Fuse doesn’t really fit the bill.

If you like your wrist-based tracking to be done discreetly, then the Fuse doesn’t really fit the bill.

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70%

Some will find that the strap is a bit bulky, but not nearly as bulky as wearing a chest-strap heart rate monitor. It's not the worst thing …

Some will find that the strap is a bit bulky, but not nearly as bulky as wearing a chest-strap heart rate monitor. It's not the worst thing we've ever seen, but it doesn't feel like a great deal of thought has gone into the design.

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60%

Unlike the Basis Peak, Charge HR or Microsoft Band, the heart rate monitoring isn't of the 24/7 variety – it's simply designed to be used du…

Unlike the Basis Peak, Charge HR or Microsoft Band, the heart rate monitoring isn't of the 24/7 variety – it's simply designed to be used during workouts.

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51%

The Fuse is a fairly large device, with a screen that's 1.2 inches (3 centimeters) wide. But despite its size, I found the device to be very…

The Fuse is a fairly large device, with a screen that's 1.2 inches (3 centimeters) wide. But despite its size, I found the device to be very comfortable. It has a soft silicon strap that's adjustable.

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Barring the aesthetics, the Mio Fuse is actually an excellent wrist worn HRM. It boasts accurate HR monitoring, throws in step counting, has…

Barring the aesthetics, the Mio Fuse is actually an excellent wrist worn HRM. It boasts accurate HR monitoring, throws in step counting, has a vibration function ,is waterproof to 30m and is both Bluetooth 4.0 ad ANT+ enabled.

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