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Mio Fuse Heart Rate Monitor - Crimson, Large
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- Mio Fuse combines activity tracking with in-workout heart rate monitoring
- Comfortable, sleek design with a soft silicone strap
- The sleek wristband displays steps, calories, distance, speed, pace and EKG-accurate heart rate data, no chest strap required
- Connect Fuse to popular fitness apps and sport devices to track your performance and optimize your training
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"Mio FUSE combines activity tracking with in-workout heart rate monitoring to give you a complete assessment of daily exertion, recovery, and goal progress. The sleek wristband displays steps, calories, distance, speed, pace and EKG-accurate heart rate data-no chest strap required. Connect FUSE to popular fitness apps and sport devices to track your performance and optimize your training. Continuous heart rate No chest strap Bluetooth Smart (4.0) and ANT+ transmission In-workout communication to Mio GO app, third-party fitness apps, or sport devices Built-in accelerometer to capture steps, calories, distance, and pace Optical heart rate measurement and display in 'workout mode' Multi-Color LED to indicate current heart rate zone Automatic wireless syncing to Mio GO app Offline storage of 2 weeks of daily activity data and 30 hours of workout data Customizable display, activity goals, and heart rate zones (through Mio GO app) Chronograph timer Vibration and LED Color Alerts 12-hr or 24-hr clock Rechargeable LiPoly battery (charged by USB charger) Water resistant to 30 meters (3ATM)"
1 x Mio Fuse, 1 x Instruction Booklet, 1 x USB Charging Adaptor
From the manufacturer
Train with Heart
MIO Heart-rate monitor (HRM)
LED lights and an electro-optical cell “sense” the volume of blood under the skin. From there, sophisticated algorithms are applied to the pulse signal so that the heart’s true rhythm can be detected, even while running at performance speeds.
Have we mentioned our technology is award-winning?
- ISPO product of the year 2013
- Innovations Consumer Electronics Show 2013 product of the year
MIO FUSE HEART RATE MONITOR--CRIMSON--LARGE
Wrist mounted--no need for a chest strap
Capture your entire daily performance & reach your fitness goals. Heart rate training is proven to help you train more efficiently and effectively, so you can optimize your performance and maximize your workout. Mio offer you customizable heart rate zones with LED lights that can tell you which zone you’re in at any given moment, so you can stay on track with your training goals.
- Accurately monitors heart rate during high intensity workouts
- All-day activity tracking (steps, calories, distance)
- Provides accurate workout calorie burn using heart rate
- Built-in memory
- Tracks distance, speed and pace during workouts
- Battery life with continuous heart rate monitoring - 7-10 hours with display on 20 hours with display off
- Bluetooth 4.0 transmision to smartphone apps
- Watch & chronograph timer
- Heart rate zone LED + Vibration alerts
- ANT+ transmission to bike computers and GPS watches
- Display - LED Matrix
- Mio FUSE Crimson fits large wrist sizes: 156 -208mm / 6.1”-8.2”
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The measurement is sporadic having tried wearing on both arms in multiple positions up and down my lower arm towards the wrist.
The most frustrating factor being the inconsistency with the reading with an hour or so of perfect behaviour it then either gives up connection and/or stops reading accurately (as in 40% plus errors) hence the unfit for serious cycling comment.
I got the idea from Jenny Spotila who follows Van Ness’ studies that indicate ME patients should keep their exertion out of the anaerobic zone. Jennie did a two-day maximum exercise test to find her aerobic threshold, and I’m having to guess what that would be for me. (Klimas and Sol recommended: 220 minus your age times 60%. Stevens recommends 220 minus your age times 50%.) I’ve found this to be really helpful.
The battery doesn’t last too long on workout mode (about 12 hours or so), but for most people doing a one hour workout per day this would last for ages. It also has a step counter which, although still approximate, seems to be more accurate than the Fitbit HR was. Timex heart rate monitors alert you when your heart rate is not optimum, but you need to be wearing a chest strap for it to work, whereas the Mio Fuse is worn on the wrist.
The Mio Fuse doesn’t measure sleep, but it can count steps (upstairs), paces, and be used for cycling, and you can set your own goals for all these things and synchronise with your iPhone or iPad app. I wish it vibrated or gave some warning when the battery is about to run out.Read more ›
1) to monitor your workout sessions including heart beat
2) to monitor your daily activity
I bought it specifically for function 1) to measure my heart rate between my swimming work out repetitions. Mio says the Fuse is waterproof and their app on my phone specifically mentions monitoring swimming work out sessions.
The only thing they don't tell you is that the heart rate monitor is useless for measuring your heat rate while swimming.
I have used it for a couple of weeks and the heart rate monitor gives highly erratic results when I finish each swimming repetition. It just doesn't work reliably when wet. I get readings of 70 beats per minute after one rep then 170 the next (maximum is 140 for my age). The Mio app gives an enormous number for my average heart rate of (e.g. 32,778 beats per minute for my last swimming session) which is obviously ridiculous.
Since this is the only reason I bought it, it's useless to me.
Another complaint I have when swimming is that it switches to a workout timer while I am training (I use the "permanently on" setting for the readout). I guess the pressure of the water/waves on the touch points does this. I have found is very difficult to switch back to the heart rate monitor in the short time I have between reps. Mio say you can lock the screen - but they don't tell you this is only for the all-daiy monitoring function. Not for the work out function. I cannot turn off the timing read out form the work out function.
Another complaint is that the little plastic safety mechanism at the end of the of the safety strap fell of while I was cutting back some vegetation in the garden and I lost it. I had to replace it with rubber bands.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This has worked perfectly and has been very useful as it measures your heartbeat constantly (unlike many other options, such as Apple Watch etc) and isn't much of a pain to fit or... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Christian G Spittle
Looking back over some of the other reviews, my experience has been much the same as other users. I bought this item about a year ago wanting to monitor my heartrate during... Read morePublished 6 months ago by T. Amor
Worked fine for a couple of months then froze with Heart rate LEDs switched on, couldn't do anything with it until battery went completely flat. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Amazon Customer
I had high hopes when the manufacturer claimed "EKG accuracy". I've found wrist based optical HRMs to have patchy accuracy. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Paul
First one had a problem with the battery. Charged all night, and only held charge for a day, on step count only. Read morePublished 8 months ago by David
The kit is good, although the intermittent buzzing/vibration it makes while you are supposed to be working out is distracting. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Laurence Henderson
I'm a fairly keen cyclist/runner, and had been looking at optical HRM devices for sometime. I was also considering buying an activity tracker, as I travel a lot with work, and... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Steven L
I wanted a HRM to use with Strava and that's why I bought it, it does that perfectly. The Mix app though to use it as an activity tracker is very poor and has no integration with... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Michael Hewitt