The Adidas Fit Smart and the Mio Fuse are both activity monitor wristbands that let you keep in control of your fitness. With the two models having similar features it can be difficult to know which one to choose.
We have made a list of the main features of the Adidas Fit Smart and the Mio Fuse to see which wristband we think is better and to help you decide which one will be right for you.
Both the Adidas Fit Smart and the Mio Fuse are available in two different sizes, small and large, so you can get the correct size for your wrist. The Adidas Fit Smart in the small size is for wrists of 5.5 inches to 7.25 inches and the large is for wrists of between 6.4 inches to 8.14 inches.
The Mio Fuse size small is for wrists between 5.8 inches and 7 inches and the large is for wrists between 6.1 inches and 8.2 inches.
The Adidas Fit Smart and the Mio Fuse both feature heart rate monitors and both will track your steps, distance, pace and calories. Both models have LED and vibration alerts to keep you informed of your heart rate zone.
The Mio Fuse is water resistant up to 30 meters and has the benefit of being able to track your sleep quality and your resting heart rate throughout the night. The Adidas Fit Smart can track your stride rate as you’re jogging or running.
The Adidas Fit Smart and the Mio Fuse are both compatible with android and iOS phones and both connect to your devices using Bluetooth. The Adidas Fit Smart works in sync with the Adidas Train & Run app, which lets you create personalized training plans and have the benefit of a digital coach to help you through your workout.
The Mio Fuse works with the PAI app, which is exclusive to Mio, and lets you monitor your heart rate and creates a personalized plan for each wearer of the wristband so you can get the maximum benefits from your workouts.
The Adidas Fit Smart has a 12 hour battery life compared to the Mio Fuse which has a battery that can last for 7 days if used for 1 hour of workouts a day. The Adidas Fit Smart can record and store data on the wristband for up to 10 hours, which can then be downloaded onto your phone for you to view the data.
The Mio Fuse can store up to 2 weeks of daily activity as well as up to 30 hours of workouts, which can then be downloaded onto your smartphone.
After looking at the features of both the Adidas Fit Smart and the Mio Fuse, we think the better wristband is the Mio Fuse. Not only is is less expensive, it has the ability to store more data.
The Mio Fuse has more features, meaning you can use it to track more of your activities and it has the benefit of having a longer battery life and additional storage capacity.
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