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$25 off the Mio Fuse

June 20, 2015

mio fuse model look

Just for a few days, Mio Global is taking $25 off the Mio Fuse heart rate + activity tracker. Last last year, I had the opportunity to use the Mio Fuse for about a week and it was really more pros than cons. While the Mio GO app was lacklustre, the Mio Fuse HRM transmitted readily to 3rd party apps in both Buetooth and ANT+. It is also water resistant, vibration enabled and featured a week’s worth of battery life.

Mio Global’s optical sensor technology was utlised by Adidas and recently Garmin.

List of features:

  • Tracks steps, calories, distance, pace, speed
  • Tells time
  • Wrist worn HRM
  • Connects to 3rd party apps as a HR monitor
  • Bluetooth and ANT+ enabled
  • Waterproof to 30m.
  • Vibration enabled
  • HR indicator LED
  • Touch enabled
  • 7 days battery life
  • Stores 14 days daily activity data and 30 hours workout data
  • Connects to 3rd party apps as a heart rate monitor
  • Mio GO app available for both iOS and Android devices

Gets yours from Amazon where the price is matched to Mio Global’s offer and there’s global shipping on the smaller sized model.

According to Mio Global, this summer sale only lasts a few more days. Hurry!

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2 Comments

  • Reply Cyrus Dastoor July 27, 2015 at 11:58 am

    Hi!
    I am looking for wrist worn HRM’s that are mainly for fitness and are accurate + robust!
    ALSO I want the ability to turn Bluetooth off for radiation safety! Let the device collect data and sync only when I enable it!

    The Garmin forerunner 225 seems to be the only true fitness HRM band which has this ability!?

    Please do help me out and point me in the right direction ! I am in dire need for a wrist worn HRM which won’t (albeit slightly) radiate me!

    Thanks for all the help!

    • Reply Michael S July 28, 2015 at 1:25 pm

      Hi Cyrus,

      It sounds like you’ve done your share of researching. I’ve just finished the Garmin Forerunner 225 review and it’s a splendid piece of equipment. Like you said, the Bluetooth and GPS functions are only activated in training mode.

      You can read more about it at http://www.gadfit.com/garmin-forerunner-225-in-depth-review/

      Hope that helps!
      Michael S

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