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alaTest has collected and analyzed 13 reviews of Mio FUSE. The average rating for this product is 3.6/5, compared to an average rating of 4.1/5 for other products in the same category for all reviews. Reviewers really like the comfort and size. The battery and performance are also mentioned favorably.

design, performance, battery, size, comfort

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other products in the same category the Mio FUSE is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 86/100 = Very good quality.

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Expert review by : Andy Boxall (

Mio Fuse review


Watch your heart rate skyrocket on the Mio Fuse, but mainly because you'll be messing around with its connection problems.

The Mio Fuse is a fitness tracker for seriously sporty types, with aspirations of being an all-day wearable for the casual fitness fan — but it’s too large and the software too complicated to be successful. The PAI app is interesting, however, and the...

Sep, 2016

Editor's Choice

Expert review by : Jill Duffy (

Mio Fuse


With an optical heart rate monitor for training and a stellar price, the Mio Fuse is an excellent activity tracker that's ideal for runners and cyclists. It doesn't track sleep or take your resting heart rate, but for active types, it's aces and an...

All-day activity tracker with optical heart rate monitor for workouts and training. Comfortable. Waterproof. Shows times, steps, distance, and calories burned, plus heart rate and heart rate zone during workouts. Tracks pace for runs. HRM compatible...

Doesn't track sleep or stairs. No silent alarm or idle alarm. Not good for resting heart rate measurements. Requires mobile device.

There's one more spot in the center of the band where you touch and hold to enable workout mode (a.k.a. activity-tracking). Any time this feature is enabled, the HRM finds your heart rate and displays it, too. Once the Fuse has your heart rate, you...

Dec, 2014

Expert review by : John V. (

Mio Fuse Review


The Mio Fuse is going for more than that conventional look. In a segment that's dominated by big names like Fitbit and Jawbone, it'll require some unprecedented qualities to stand a chance in surviving...

Stylish design that fits comfortably ; Scrolling LED display ; Daily totals can be viewed through the display ; Excellent battery life

No real-time heart rate tracking ; No sleep tracking ; App experience can’t measure up to its rivals

Without a doubt, the Mio Fuse has the stylish design to make people take notice of it. And it helps, too, that its LED display is a head turner when it’s activated. Most people will be instantly affixed to the Mio Fuse’s design, but it just can’t...

Jul, 2015

Expert review by : Valentina Palladino (

Mio Fuse reviewed: A fitness band that works better than it looks


Sure you could wear it all day long, but the Fuse doesn't shine 24/7.

Comfortable, adjustable design. ; Accurate heart rate monitor that can support high heart rate levels. ; Can track a number of exercises, including swimming. ; Mio Go app paired with the device makes it easy to train using heart rate zones.

Does not have customizable alarms or receive smartphone alerts. ; Mio Go app had syncing issues in the first couple days of use. ; PAI companion app's features should just be lumped into Mio Go.

Mio has had a number of chances to make its products more like everyone else's, but it continues to go its own way. The Fuse is bulky compared to other fitness bands, but it still manages to be useful. It's certainly limited compared to similar Fitbit...

Apr, 2016

Expert review by : Mike Prospero (

Mio Fuse Review


The Mio Fuse does everything it's meant to do fairly well; it was comfortable to wear and accurately tracked my heart rate. Its biggest fault is its poor distance tracking. So why doesn't it get a higher rating? Because it does far less than other...

Accurate optical heart rate monitor ; Comfortable design ; Good battery life.

Doesn't track sleep ; No alarm functions ; No smartphone notifications.

This sporty wristband features a bright display and an accurate heart rate monitor, but it lacks features found on similarly priced fitness trackers.

Oct, 2015

Expert review by : Michael Sawh (

Mio Fuse


The Mio Fuse is a fitness-tracking wristband where heart-rate monitoring is the headline feature. It's a near identical setup to the Adidas Mi Fit Smart band, which uses the same Mio optical heart rate sensor, but you also get daily activity tracking...

Accurate heart-rate tracking ; Big display ; Durable and rugged design

Touch features are frustrating to use ; Wraps too tightly around wrist ; Cluttered app experience

The Mio Fuse is one of the most accurate ways to monitor heart rate from the wrist, but the awkward controls and bulky design means there are better options available.

May, 2015

Expert review by : Pete Dreyer (

Mio Fuse review


Mio's wearable heart-rate monitor is one for the hardcore fitness freak

Fantastic heart-rate monitoring Excellent battery life Great compatibility with other apps and devices

Uninspiring design Inaccurate step counting Limited companion app

If you're absolutely sold on the heart-rate options, and you want something that'll give you that data without the weight of a chest-strap, we would absolutely recommend the Mio Fuse, and we think you'll be more than happy. Just don't come expecting...

Feb, 2015

Expert review by : paul_smart (

Mio Fuse for iOS or Android


This is the latest fitness device to come my way, as I am now using Android 5 it should link without problem, it is stated to work with later versions of Android 4 with low power Bluetooth 4 and that is what you should check before purchase.

Fully stretched the strap containing the Fuse reaches to 25.5cm; it is black rubber on the face and red rubber on the back. Download the App from the link given in the Quick Start Guide. Charge the Fuse from either a plug front or any PC USB port and...

Apr, 2015

Consumer review (

Happy with the accuracy, not so happy with the application


Just replaced my Fitbit Charge HR with a Mio Fuse, as the former was highly inaccurate during intense resistance training. The Fuse's HR monitoring, as expected, is great. Since the Fuse correctly captures high HRs, on average it shows 30% more burnt...

Jun, 2016

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