I looked at your link and the answer is ‘yes’ & ‘no’. I have this same dock for my e200 series players and it works like a dream! I got mine from Amazon.com and it was much less than anywhere else I checked! You might check out the UK version of Amazon for comparison. The remote could have a couple more features on it, but then we always seem to come up with more ideas to make an existing product better, rather than just enjoying it as it is.
The Fuze has the same 30-pin connector port so it will plug into and operate fine with this dock. The problem is that the molded plastic ‘cradles’ that support the unit on the dock are made to fit either the e200 series or the c200 series players (There are 2 of them. You insert whichever one fits your player). There is not one that will fit the profile of the Fuze.
Now if you have access to a molded plastic manufacturer, or want to carve one out of wood, you could make one yourself. SanDisk doesn’t seem interested in doing this. Why? I don’t know. The fact is, it will work if you don’t use an adaptor at all and IF you apply no additional external sideways stress to the Fuze while it is connected in the dock. In other words, it will be sitting on and totally supported by the 30-pin connection and nothing else. While the weight of the Fuze will not in itself do any damage, if you happen to bump it the wrong way, or have little ones running around within arm’s reach of the unit, you could break the internal pin board in your Fuze, turning it into a very nice, but expensive paper weight.
Bottom line? It will work, but do so at your own risk. If you don’t have amy ‘external risk sources’ and you’re careful, it can be a very fine way to enjoy your Fuze. I don’t ever even bother with CD’s or the FM radio on my home stereo system any more. I just use one of my e200 series Sansas powered through the amp via the docking station and projected through the speakers.
And a bonus? Your Fuze will charge itself at the same time.