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 Editors' Choice
The Mio Fuse is a decent wearable, with accurate heart rate monitoring, an easy to use app and a comfortable, if somewhat slightly oversized, design. If you look at it as simply a bpm based device with some activity extras thrown in, it does the job, although the omission of basic sleep monitoring, notifications and silent alarms are a bit baffling.
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|Device||Retail Price||Battery Life||Sleep||Activity||Notifications||Alarm||Water Resistant||Heart Rate|
|Mio Fuse||$99.00||7 Days|
|Fitbit Charge HR||$149.95||5 Days||Remove|
|Fitbit Surge||$249.95||7 Days||Remove|
|LifeTrak Move C300||$79.99||1 Year||Remove|
|Lifetrak Zone C410||$89.99||One Year||Remove|
|Samsung Gear Fit||$149.99||4 Days||Remove|
|Withings Pulse O2||$119.95||2 Weeks||Remove|