Other Sellers on Amazon
+ FREE delivery
+ FREE delivery
+ £9.20 delivery
Mio Fuse Heart Rate Monitor
- Choose from over 13,000 locations across the UK
- Prime members get unlimited deliveries at no additional cost
- Find your preferred location and add it to your address book
- Dispatch to this address when you check out
- 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
Customers who viewed this item also viewed
Customers also shopped for
Customers who bought this item also bought
Have a question?
Find answers in product info, Q&As, reviews
Compare with similar items
Wahoo TICKR Heart Rate Monitor, Bluetooth / ANT+
Wahoo TICKR FIT Heart Rate Armband, Bluetooth / ANT+
Beurer PM25 Award Winning Heart Rate Monitor Watch
Mio Velo Cycling Heart Rate Wristband - Blue
Garmin 010-10997-07 Premium Heart Rate Monitor Strap, Black, One Size
|Shipping||FREE Shipping||FREE Shipping||FREE Shipping||FREE Shipping||FREE Shipping||FREE Shipping|
|Are Batteries Included With the Product?||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes||No|
|Are Batteries Needed To Power the Product or Is This Product a Battery?||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Collection||continuity 2015||Wahoo Tickr||Year-round||Beurer PM25||continuity 2015||—|
|Item Dimensions||23.3 x 3 x 1.6 cm||11.99 x 16.99 x 2.31 cm||—||1 x 1 x 1 cm||33.02 x 15.24 x 10.16 cm||14 x 6.98 x 5.69 cm|
|Item Weight||40 grams||—||45 grams||122 grams||34 grams||91 grams|
|Lithium Battery Energy Content||0.63 Watt Hours||2 Watt Hours||0.27 Watt Hours||0.66 Watt Hours||0.63 Watt Hours||9 Watt Hours|
|Size||Small||One Size||NA||One Size||M-L||One Size|
|Style||Heart Rate Monitor||for iPhone and Android||TICKR Fit||Wrist Based Heart Rate Monitor||Cycling Heart Rate Wristband||Garmin Premium Herzfrequenz Brustgurt Ant+|
"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--INDIGO--SMALL
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 Aqua fits regular wrist sizes: 149-179mm / 5.9”-7” View Sizing Chart
What do customers buy after viewing this item?
Showing 1-4 of 100 reviews
There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later.
Basically I wanted an all day tracker i could wear always, but that would also accurately tack my workouts especially HR while in the gym. Hr is very good and does not disappoint, the band itself is very comfortable and with the advantage of it being waterproof you can just walk in the shower and keep it always clean. The band itself is not tiny and is not intended as a fashion statement. I personally like it's sporty look and ruggedness and I would rather have an accurate tracker that works great and I don't need to worry about scratching and so on.
Battery life is quite good - lasting around a full week with 4-5 1hr workouts a week, and it charges very fast - i think around a couple of hrs max.
I read a lot of negative reviews about but to be fair they are either from people who don't really understand what this is for, or they are old reviews before the latest firmware was released.
The only negative i can find, is perhaps the app could be improved upon. Although it has come a long way already...it could use some more user-friendliness. Having said that it is still very usable and helpful.
As a standalone activity tracker, it does everything you'd expect, covering steps and sleep. The Mio Go app is ok, took time to get it paired initially, but now it works fine, and is easily configured. It works well with apps like Apple Healthkit, however doesn't sync with Myfitnesspal directly. Not a dealbreaker in any case.
The real value is in the HRM functionality. I've paired it with both an iPhone 5s for running, and a Garmin Edge 25 for cycling, and find it as accurate as a chest strap. It took a bit of playing around to find the right spot on my arm for a good reading, but now it's perfect. I was particularly pleased with pairing up with the iPhone - I've read there are limitations with BLE devices, and was worried in case I couldn't run with a set of Bluetooth headphones also paired, but have had no issues. I've only experienced dropout on 1 ride, and that was due to using the iPhone instead of the Garmin Edge 25, and the iPhone was in the back pocket of my jersey. No major issue.
There is a workout feature on the Fuse, however, it's not amazing. I find it consistently gives a lower distance when compared to a GPS tracking device, so I would not recommend for someone who is looking for a standalone computer with optical HRM. However, as a bridging device, this is fantastic and highly recommended.
Hope this saves you time and money.
I am recovering from a heart attack, and after reading much reviews of fitness bands/HR monitors, have decided to give Mio a try. Was testing it in the outpatient cardiac rehab ward, while wearing a proper, medical grade, five electrodes ECG monitor that they use, to monitor recovering patients exercises. During my routine, me and nurses were checking both the hospital monitor, and my Mio band ever do often. Both were almost always, within 1-2 BPMs from each other. And it is wrist-sensor, versus a proper, five-electrodes medical equipment! The cardiac rehab nurses were very impressed with its precision and reliability if the readings, they told me they are getting one for the ward, to use with patients.
Accompanying smartphone application is OK, although again, stability and reliability leaves something to be desired. It allows you to customize your target HR zones, monitors your exercise, and even presents a graph of your HR over time. Nice, overall, but again, lacking attention to detail, I must say; sometimes it has hard time discovering/connecting w/ the monitor, shows you appropriate average heart rate during your exercise, but shows inappropriate prevailing/average training zone. Occasionally, drops connection during the exercise, and in some cases required phone restart, to reconnect again.
All said, I would give it perhaps charitable 4 starts, since it is very accurate (and what's the point of having a HR monitor which isn't, really?), and when it works, it does it very well.I knock it down one start (and perhaps even more than one), for quite serious and annoying usability issues. If solved in the future (for the software quirks, certainly possible with the smartphone application update, and possibly - even with firmware update for the band itself), it would be damn near perfect, and very easy to recommend. As it stands, I would still recommend it, mostly for the precision and reliability of the reading, but with a LONG disclaimer
Would you like to see more reviews about this item?