+ The battery is not to get small. 10 days and still 30% charge at 7 workouts about 1 hour per pulse measurement.
+ The pedometer is relatively accurate as far as the number of steps.
+ Synchronization with the million with the app for the Iphone works very well.
+ Right to use easily possible with other apps like adidas miCoach.
+ Setting the heart rate zones on the app is a breeze.
+ "Display" is easy to read and does what it should.
+ The touch fields are deactivated if you do not keep the horizontal tracker.
But + The surface is relatively comfortable to wear also has adverse
+ Calorie Counter is merciless well and seems to not only training, but also the energy consumed regularly involve.
+ The app seems to be a sniffer and data collector who would like to invite all of my contacts.
The with potential for:
- The Tracker is indeed felt visually slender but relatively thick and thanks to the "rubber" surface he likes hooked into the sleeves of clothing.
- I would be happy to calibrate the distance for jogging, this does not seem possible at the moment. The distance measurement is rather inaccurate.
- No integration with HealthKit (should still come) // HealthKit integration is now there.
- The pulse measurement is so like that. In a comparison with my chest band that Mio was rather a latecomer and then felt a little inaccurate.
- The Mio Fuse measures the pulse best, a little behind the ankle hand, unfortunately, like at least for me the tracker at this point do not remain. This can be resolved a "sweat band" to the wrist.
- No mode for strength training in the app you have to enter the mode in the app manually. Especially when strength training is the million but terrific to wear.
The Mio Fuse has freed me from annoying chest strap. The negative points I can live and would Fuse million also buy back. I hope the team improves million app and algorithms a little. Then there is also the fifth star.