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Black Friday & Cyber Monday 2019 Sports Tech Deals Round-Up!

It’s that time of year again when there are tons of sales on all sorts of sports technology items.  Everything this year is pointing to earlier sales than normal, as manufacturers and retailers alike try to lock in your dollars ahead of time.

The typical ebb and flow of this time period is:

Pre-Thanksgiving deals: These are everything ahead of the US Thanksgiving (which is today, Nov 28th). These were pretty solid this year.
Black Friday deals: These are tied to Black Friday (BF), on Nov 29th. Some span this entire weekend, some even starts Thursday the 28th.  Generally speaking, most retailers have access to the same major deals (i.e. Garmin, Fitbit, GoPro, etc…).
Cyber Monday deals: These are on Monday, Dec 2nd. Occasionally they spill into that Tuesday the 3rd as well
General December deals: We tend to see ‘repeats’ of some deals in the mid-December time-frame (usually around the 10th-15th). These are rarely better than BF deals, but usually quite good if you missed something.

This year virtually every deal has leaked already for Black Friday, so don’t expect any surprises. However, what you will see is Amazon going wild occasionally and just offering astounding deals on new things (like 40-50% off deals). So keep your eye on my Twitter feed, I’ll constantly be listing the best deals.

Watches & Wearables:

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This covers anything you can wear that’s watch-like or activity band-like, including sensors.  Generally speaking, you’ll mostly find deals here that are on things I’ve written about in the past.  So you won’t find a deal on some random non-sports tech watch here, or on socks.  Unless the socks have some crazy sensor or something in them.

ProductSale PriceAmazonClever TrainingSale Notes
Garmin Fenix 5 Plus (5/5S/5X) - $200 Off$399⚡⚡⚡This is a strong deal on the Fenix 5 Plus series from Clever Training. This is for all models/variants. Obviously, the Fenix 6 came out two months ago, so don't expect major new feature updates on the Fenix 5 Plus - but still, it's a strong option. Add coupon code FENIX50 to save an additional $50 (bringing it down to $399

Cycling Gear & Trainers:

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Got a bike? Then this section is for you.  Everything from bike computers to bike lights to trainers, it’s all here.  I won’t generally be adding things like brake cables or bike seats here, but if I find a good deal on a cassette to stack on that new direct drive trainer you just bought, I’ll probably list it here.

There are no deals currently.

Action Cameras & Drones:

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Wanna record it?  No better way than an action camera.  Anything that’s action camera related or drone related you’ll find here.  That’s especially true of action camera mounts, which are often found for great deals around the holidays.  Same goes with drone and drone accessories.  Usually a great time to pick up an extra battery or extra props.

There are no deals currently.

Other Sports & Fitness:

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Anything else that’s sports and fitness related that I think is interesting will be here.  It may not be super techy – but it’s stuff that most readers will be using in pursuit of their running/cycling/swimming/hiking/whatever.

There are no deals currently.

DCR’s Random Gadget List

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This is basically the mostly totally unrelated gadgets and things I think are cool deals that I’ve likely bought one or five of (you can never have too many, right)?  Some of it’s probably photography stuff.  Some of it’s random stuff like chargers and battery packs that I use daily, fun camera gear I use to make videos like sliders and turntables, and well…just random things you’ll find around the DCR Cave.  It’s all random…but it’s all awesome randomness!

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European Deals!

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What’s that? You’re not in the US and still want a deal?  No problem!  First off, you should note that some retailers do send some items overseas.  For example, Clever Training can send many products overseas, and do so at a flat-rate $29USD shipping cost.  You’ll want to check the individual item.  For some deals, that could be a huge savings!

Beyond that, I’ll be tracking Euro-specific deals here.  These will mostly include both Clever Training Europe (UK) as well as Amazon European deals.

Woot – important! The Clever Training Europe deals below can be combined with the DCR 10% discount coupon code DCR10BTF.  Boom! So yes, another 10% savings on top of these prices!  Plus free shipping in Europe for orders over 75EUR (almost everything in the list from CT).

Note: On Amazon Europe deals, generally speaking, you can order from any Amazon European country site (i.e. Amazon France) and have it shipped within the EU (i.e. Spain). Thus, many times deals are duplicated across the sites.

Remember these deals refresh each day for the most part, and usually only last a few hours. Jump if you see something you like!

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162 Comments

  1. Tim

    GoPro “holiday bundle” even better (Same price but adds the shorty, extra battery, headstrap…)

    Looks available at Target, Amazon, probably others?

  2. Martin

    Hi Ray,

    would you recommend a certified reconditioned 2018 Kickr trainer with an 1 year warranty for 700€ (30% off)?

    link to de-eu.wahoofitness.com

    Thanks,
    Martin

    • I’m mixed. On one hand, personally I’d have no issues buying a refrub.

      On the other hand, we keep seeing stories of people buying refurbs (just this morning no less) and going through multiple units dying. Wahoo has been great customer-service wise…but man.

    • GLT

      Interesting time to be a sports-tech consumer. Hopefully the manufacturers are just having a hard time keeping up quality in the face of new demand.

      I’m such a big fan that I won’t mention their brand name, but I have primary + backup head units down with hardware failures working through return process. Tapping the gray market to add another layer of spares.

      2018 KICKR is one of the few pieces that has been trouble free for me, but I’m leaving everything in my indoor configuration on the 2018 firmware versions until summer 2020.

  3. Martin

    The second line that says “Stages Dash M50 – 30% off” with a price of $104 is incorrect. It’s pointing to the L10.

  4. Andrea

    Garmin Edge 530 – 255€ sold by amazon IT
    link to amazon.it

    It’s not the default option, you have to click below the price where says “new starting from…”

  5. JD

    Yesterday evening I received an email blast from Hammerhead mentioning their Karoo sale along with your quote. Today your Black Friday post appeared. Until then it was cart before the horse. 😉 How is that possible?

    • Dan G

      There’s been a fall discounts/pre-Black Friday discounts post up for a couple of weeks, with the Karoo in it.

    • Wayne

      Unfortunately Hammerhead have no shipping date as of today (12/07/2019), and they have even charged for the undeliver unit. Terrible way to run a business.

  6. Rusty

    Refurb 2018 Kickr is $700 US
    Refurb Kickr Core is $550 US

    That Core price is tasty

  7. ANW

    The Hammerhead Karoo still shows up for $400 on Amazon. If you go to Hammerhead.io, you can get it for $250.

  8. Jens

    Vantage M 175 Euro on Amazon.de

  9. Radim

    Clever training UK, mistype deal?
    Tacx Neo 2 Smart for 199£
    link to clevertraining.co.uk

  10. Frank B.

    Garmin Edge 830 @ 314€
    link to delta-bike.de

  11. Folkert

    Assioma DUOs:

    link to powermeter24.com

    With the code: PM24_Voucher_BlackFriday19

    Come in @ € 556,00 which for these I believe is an amazing deal!

    • Roelco

      A word of warning on the site: powermeter24.com.

      Delivery times are very long and sometimes non.existant. After 2 months of email exchanges I canceled my order of the assioma duos and asked for a refund. Luckiky i paid with amazon pay, making reimbursement straightforward.

    • Frank B.

      I agree. The delivery of my stages left only powermeter lasted 7 weeks instead of promised 2-5 days. You can find many of such customer expierences.

    • Folkert

      Ow jeez, noticing that now ye. So far things look on the up and up but the trustpilot and other sites seem to very much stear away from this website…. paid with creditcard so shouldn’t be too big a deal to block the order… Strongly considering this at the moment.

      Goes to show if a deal seems too good it might just be too good to be true…

  12. Martijn de Mulder

    Ah 🙁 No great deals on indoor trainers, specifically looking for a deal on those 🙂

  13. PeterF

    Shame the Venu is not discounted in the EU 🙁

    I was tempted by the Vantage M but the lack of a barometer (for counting stairs climbed) and its size hold me back.

    On the positive side: this makes a very cheap black friday this year 🙂

  14. JH

    Just bought a FR945 at 470 euro in the Belgian AS Adventure store . They have a 100 euro discount today on the already reasonably priced 945 (570, retail is 599) resulting in a 21% discount on the retail price.. I’m a happy camper

    • JH

      Just a follow up on my own comment… the discount is on all products above 500 euro. Google the shops website if you are interested, but I think this deal is valid for Belgians, French, Luxembourgers and Dutch, i’m not related in any way to the shop.

    • Steve

      Also seems to work on their UK-specific site (the discount is the same converted to pounds, so £89 off) – makes the FR945 £421 in the UK.

  15. sny

    Thank you! I’ve been looking for a <500€ FR945 EU deal.

  16. Thijs

    In Europe; Apple watch 3 is down to 199 euro on the Spanish Amazon

    Also, the $129 deal on apple watch 3 at Walmart is only for Refurbished models (bit disapointing)

  17. Juuso Raekallio

    There’s a deal on Fenix 5 plus on link to verkkokauppa.com

  18. Valère

    Favero Assioma DUO price drop 639.00 €
    link to cycling.favero.com

  19. Kieran

    Bikester.at (Austria) have a 20% off everything on their website sale with code “BIKEFRIDAY”. Means the Garmin 520 is only 240 EUR, free shipping in Austria, but I don’t know about elsewhere. Cheapest I can find for that anyway.

  20. Ihsan

    Assiomas are $577 thru Black Friday weekend at the Favero online shop.

  21. Alistair

    Hi, anyone having issues with CleverTraining UK? I’m trying to buy a Vivoactive 4, and it’s showing me a 20% discount (link to clevertraining.co.uk), but then when I put it in the basket the discount is gone?

  22. Paul

    Hi Ray. Clever Training and Amazon are now both saying $799 for Saris H3. I saw it last night and this morning at $749 on CT (and $789 on Amazon), but when I went to add to cart at CT, it kept coming up as $799.

  23. Ryno

    The VIP code FREEVIPDCR Says it is expired. Do you have a new code?

  24. Rob

    Reconditioned KICKR’s are $300 off for the 2018 version and $230 off for the CORE. Finally a deal, but the website is down lulz.

  25. MoonDogg

    Tacx Neo 2 not eligible for VIP20 coupon code 🙁

  26. Jonathan

    Ok I have narrowed my trainer search down a bit, but still would love to hear your thoughts. I want a mid/high end trainer 600-1000 ideally. Kickr core refurb 550$, tacx flux 599$, suito 679$ (seems like a gamble after doing my research), or Neo 2 999$, lastly flux 2 719$. Obviously the neo would be my choice if it wasn’t for the price tag. Any other trainers/deals to consider? Im really leaning to the core 16% grade vs. original flux 10% grade, or neo2. Thanks!

  27. Martin

    Garmin 645 music is on sale in Wiggle.co.uk and chainreactioncycles.com for only £229!
    The sale only covers some colors

  28. Kevin in De Pijp

    Any reason the 4iiii Fliiiight Smart Trainer isn’t on the list anymore?

    • Mostly because I fat-fingered the end-date…so…yeah. Fixed. 🙂

      4iiii Fliiiight is back on the list. 🙂

    • Kevin in De Pijp

      Thanks, I’ve pretty much talked myself into the Elite Tuo now, even though it’s not shipping for at least a week. It only shows up as a 15% discount on Clever Trainer, though, but still looks like a great deal. I’m especially attracted to your quick look describing the great road feel.

    • Realistically, I don’t see it shipping in a week. I don’t have a unit yet, and when I asked a day or two ago – they said it would still be 1-2 weeks till I got one.

      If that means they haven’t put any on the boat yet, then that’s +4w till it lands stateside. Now, it’s plausible they already built them and are simply dorking with firmware, in which case that 1-2w is totally viable. I can ask tomorrow, they’re going to be at the Open House. I suppose you can always place your order and it won’t ship out anyway.

      Given what you’re looking at right now price-wise, I’d recommend picking up the KICKR SNAP. Just my two cents…

    • Kevin in De Pijp

      Thanks for the quick reply. The Kickr Snap is showing up as $599, on sale for $499. Is that correct?

    • No, the fix has been loaded, they’re working to clear that cache out (something is stuck there). I’d just wait another hour or two at worst.

  29. José

    Which speed/version of the MicroSD do you recommend? I know in the past that GoPro was really picky on which MicroSD was being used.

  30. José

    Any thoughts on the Cycliq Black Friday deal? Do people prefer the Garmin Varia? I can’t figure out what is changed with the new Gen 2 version of the Fly 6 CE

    link to cycliq.com

    • Gamble

      I love my Fly 6. I caught it on sale for about this price as an open box unit 6 months ago. The video quality on it is great for what it is, a dashcam, and the light works really well. I use this light and another in the rear in case one runs out of battery, and travel with the same setup for rental bikes as well.
      Their support is pretty good. I had an issue with the memory card not working, apparently only a handful work in their devices, and they sent me one free of charge to make sure that was the issue with my unit(it was.) The fact that they don’t include a memory card is absurd to me, them including it in these black friday deals is to keep their support ticket count down i’m sure.
      As for this vs the Varia, i personally want dashcam functionality and audio recording and use a mirror to see behind me, so it is an easy choice for me. If you don’t use a mirror, and don’t want to record video/audio in case of an incident, the Varia may be for you.

  31. Florian

    This is available in Germany only (they don’t ship international). Campz.de offers 20% off on most products including many Garmin devices (Varia, Edge, 945, etc).

  32. Rudi

    Garmin Forerunner 935 Running GPS Unit at $369.95 vs Garmin 945 at $499 (both at amazon)? I don’t care for music but do care about GPS accuracy and screen readability. Mostly for running. Thank you!

    • dan

      Definitely 935 if you don’t care about music, maps, payments or the new metrics.
      Readability might be slightly better on the 945, but there is not the slightest problem on the 935. GPS accuracy is often reported to be better on 935.

      I would save the money or spend on some other tech :o)

  33. Tyler

    Just pulled the trigger on the refurbished Wahoo Core for $593.99 shipped. Slim pickings on door buster type trainer sales today:(

  34. Bruce Burkhalter

    Decent looking trainer desk for $100.

    link to chainreactioncycles.com

  35. b mack

    Looks like $100 off the Garmin 6x Pro.

    link to store.miyaradventures.com

  36. Sam

    Did the Karoowelcome code work for anyone?

  37. Scott

    When I go to purchase the RunScribe, I am not seeing the 20% discount?

  38. Bob Steele

    Enjoy reading your work. Thank you!

  39. Thomas

    yesterday i ordered my varia 510 from alltricks.
    i hope i can trust them….
    129 eu

    link to alltricks.de

  40. AT

    Amazon has the Wahoo Speed and Cadence Sensors together for $56 at the moment. Is there any difference in total weight between the Wahoo and Garmin V2 speed sensors (seeing as how they’re the same price)? In the listed weights it seems Garmin includes the rubber housing and Wahoo doesn’t …

  41. Don Pirolo

    Polar Vantage V with orange band $299 on the Polar site.

  42. JF Em

    A warning note for European (and privacy conscious) buyers: Clever Training sends personal data to Riskified, an Israeli company, for fraud risk assessment. No indication of what Riskified does with the data, and they don’t reply to data-related requests, in violation of data protection laws (GDPR).

    I tried to purchase from Clever Training UK, only to find a few days later that my order was silently canceled, and that my personal data was sent to an obscure company in Israel.

  43. Corey W

    Just flagging here: The Vivoactive 3 is down to $99 on Amazon…

  44. Richard

    A couple of things I’ve found:
    * Forerunner 945 – Wiggle.co.uk – If the price is in Euros, the FR945 is only 519.99€
    * TrainingPeaks – 25% off on annual plans with ‘cyberathlete25’

  45. Paul

    I dont understand I have been looking on the Edge 130 for a few days and it have always been 139€!
    Not 109EUR.

    Do Amazon have a originating from function and give different prices for different countries?

    • It was 109EUR, in fact, picked up two of them that arrived just today.

      Right now it’s at 117EUR on the Amazon Germany site. If you’re landing in a different country it’s because of geo redirection. No worries, quick and easy to find.

  46. Dan G

    There are good trainer deals in Europe, they’re just not getting much love here (no affiliate scheme), e.g. Saris H3 for £749; £100 off. link to cyclerepublic.com

  47. CJOttawa

    LOL @ Vivoactive 3 lightning bolt bonanza. XD

    Seriously though, that’s amazing and cheap enough to be a stocking stuffer. The VA and VAHR never saw that kind of discount.

  48. Bob

    I’m getting $129 for that Garmin Vivoactive 3. Should I pull the trigger now or keep looking for the $99 price?

  49. KK

    Thanks for compiling the European list as well!

  50. Eli Allen

    No mention of any of the devices to help with recovery? Seems like all the impact massagers are on sale

  51. Kevin

    Have the elite direto x erg issues been sorted out yet? With the suito and direto being so close in price now I’m not sure which one to get.

  52. Nik

    Wahoo Elemnt Roam is $38 off in the US as well today.

  53. Mike S.

    I could see spending $300+ on a stroller if it was one of those floating ones on the Mandalorean.

  54. John

    Received the Kickr Core refurb I got on BF sale. Grinding noises out of the flywheel straight from the box, even when spinning it by hand. Based on other’s reports I knew full well to expect this, but was secretly hoping to not having to get into the support ticket mode. Let’s see how this will turn out.

    Anyone else with a similar situation?

    • seb

      All the same. That’s just sad they’re willing to let people lose their time with this kind of hassle.

    • Eli

      So bought it off the BF sale this year straight from wahoo? So shouldn’t be old stock that was from before they figured out the fix when the unit was new? Or was it from someone else who could have had old stock from last year

    • John

      Mine was a refurbished one directly from Wahoo. Serial number points to 2018, but that shouldn’t really make a difference since everything’s supposed to be checked by them during the refurb process.

    • Eli

      Yeah, that sucks

    • Keith Lacey

      I bought one(Kickr Core) too on BF – still waiting for delivery. Had to log a ticket to ask for update – got a DPD tracking code that says they(DPD) still haven’t received it yet! Hope it works ok.

  55. Cédric

    Looks like there is a sale on Amazon.de for the Fenix 6, the Fenix 6 pro is at € 621 and the 6X pro at € 670.

  56. Daniel

    FR 945 – 424 € (!).

    Let me give you the best price you can currently get in Europe.

    link to sportscheck.com

    499 €.

    Register a new (!) account, use code: FAMILY2019X

    -15% = 424,15 €.

    You´re very welcome.

    If you need help with German, ask me.

  57. Clint

    For US people, get the Miles app and search for Garmin under rewards and you will get a 30% discount code that works even on the Fenix 6

  58. Chris Gould

    Hey Ray – trying to get the $399 deal on the KICKR SNAP on Clever Training but the list price is $599 and the HOLIDAY20 code takes 20% off to get to $479. Am I missing something? I’m already a VIP on Clever Training.

  59. Bob O'Hara

    The discounted price for the Kickr Snap ($399) is incorrect, although the 20% is correct. Clever Training has decided to have a starting price of $599 vs the the standard price on the Wahoo website of $499. Just saying. 🙂

    • They’re fixing it as we speak. Just an IT error. Sorry!

    • Bob O'Hara

      Excellent, thanks. In the process of poking around the Clever website I found the CycleOps Hammer for 50% off, now $599. Already ordered it! Yippee!

    • Nils

      I ended up ordering the Saris M2 for 399$, then I found your message about the Kickr Snap deal, so now I am tempted to cancel the Saris M2 and order the Snap instead. I would probably be okay just with the Saris… you say in your 2019 Trainer comparison that you would be happy with any of these mid-range trainers and that the ride-feel is “mostly the same”..? but then you also end up saying that you would pick the Kickr Snap for the “better ride feel”, and with both trainers at 399$ you still recommended the Snap in this article. Both the M2 and Snap are solid deals for 399$ I guess

  60. William De`Ath

    Wow.. With a Revolut USD/GBP rate this weekend after the UK Election the Assimo Duo delivered to Europe with the 6-7 day option works out £416 total… I assume much of the US priced stuff looks good in pounds right now…

  61. Darek

    Ray how can you promote clevertraining uk if they just scam people? Bought fr945 last week and it was declined by risk departament (what does even mean?) my order without any information. They still took my money(and didn’t send it back yet) , so what kind of risk was that?

    • Hi Darek-

      Thanks for the support attempt.

      I don’t see that as a scam, I see it as simply rejecting an order. That said – up till this point, anytime the risk system rejects an order, it doesn’t actually take any money. It might initially hold the amount as opened, but not take it. That usually clears automatically. Pretty much the same as most companies. What date exactly did it reject it?

      All that said, CT UK has been working to reduce the ‘aggressiveness’ of that algorithm. It seems to get more people in the EU/UK snagged up in it than on the US/Canada side for some reason (about 1 per month it seems). I’m happy to pass your name along and ensure you get untangled one way or another though.

      Cheers!

    • Darek

      Thanks for reply.
      The order was made by my wife Anna 8.12. I don’t know rejection date, and i don’t have problem with rejection itself (probably wrong algorithm used to evaluate order) . For me it’s not ok, to reject transaction without informing customer (We realised it was rejected because we was looking for shipping number, that’s why we don’t know rejection date) and still holding the money. Now We can’t order another watch(from another seller ofcourse), witch was supossed to by my christmas gift, because they still hold our money.

    • Darek

      Little update.
      After few mails i still don’t know nothing.They wait for the information from head office, probably using traditional mail or pigeon mailbox since it takes so long. Now I am wondering, is it good time to start chargeback procedure?

    • Sorry, missed your first reply. I escalated it this morning. I expect to hear back within a few hours. Sorry!

  62. Mark

    Do you know how long the 20% off sale is running for Kickr at Clever Training?

  63. Nils Calasanzio

    Hey Ray! There is an awesome deal for Tacx Vortex Smart for 299$.

    Might be an interesting option for people looking to spend the least possible amount for their first smart trainer?

    Here the offer link: link to chainreactioncycles.com

  64. Casey Muse

    Hi Ray –

    Was trying to replicate the Forerunner 945 being $100 off but it’s coming up as $599 at CT (and via Amazon).

    Do you know if that sale is still on or requires a specific code?

    Thanks!

    Casey

    • Officially that sale ended, but unofficially I’m still seeing it pop-up about every other day on Amazon. Keep your eyes on my Twitter account and I’ll post a message when I see it again. Or, just keep hitting refresh.

      Historically I’ve seen Amazon get more and more aggressive as we get to Christmas with ignoring the ‘rules’, so we’l see.

    • b mack

      or consider downloading the Miles app to get the Garmin 30% coupon. It worked for me a few weeks back

    • Casey Muse

      Thanks! Just downloaded the Miles app and got the coupon. Works great.

    • Jon Zaid

      still works. Thanks!! saved $224

    • Bob d

      I downloaded the Miles so but can’t figure out how you use it. I got a message on my Garmin watch that there is a deal for an Amazon gift card but couldn’t find it on the app. Going forward I just wanted a tutorial on how to use it. Couldn’t find one with Google

    • B mack

      After I downloaded the Miles app to my phone I searched for Garmin’s offers. It gave me a coupon code to redeem at Garmin.com that I used when I purchased my watch. Good luck

  65. John Reinke

    Ray – quick question: Are you aware of any SPD pedal-based power meters which can hit the market within the next year?

    I currently have one road bike with SPD pedals and no power meter. I’ve been figuring I’ll bite the bullet in a few months and switch to Look pedals/shoes so I can get pedal-based power meters.

    After seeing GPLama’s video on using the Favero Assioma meters within SPD pedals, however, I’m wondering if I can stick with SPD. I might even take advantage of the Favero Assioma sale and attempt the SPD hack.

    • SRM’s talked about their MTB one: link to dcrainmaker.com

      Beyond that, nothing else announced – though I’d be surprised if we don’t end 2020 with others.

    • John Reinke

      Thanks! I have other Garmin gear and I was considering the Vector 3s (and changing to Look pedals/shoes), but I decided to go with the Favero Assioma.

      Both have great reviews. Worst case, I’ll switch to Look, but I think I’ll try the SPD hack. The Clever Training sale and using VIP points made my wallet much happier.

  66. Jean

    Merry Christmas DC !!! Is it worth investing 250$ in a Garmin edge 820 Today ? Or is it better to invest the 265$ on the edge 530 ? Also what’s your opinion on the Igps 620 . Regards

  67. Bob O'Hara

    DC, After spending about a week with my new Hammer H1 I can only say, “what a great deal!”.at $599. Works great and I don’t even notice the noise. Definitely glad I didn’t spend another $200 or $300 just to try and bring the sound level down!

  68. Robert

    Neither link posted currently has the OG Hammer for $599.

  69. Akiva Wasser

    It seems that you can get a set of factory refurbished Garmin Vector 3 pedals for US $550 for the next 3 and a half hours (until midnight PST on the night of Decemeber 26) from biketiresdirect, westernbikeworks, or trisports.com (they all seem to be the same company). Sorry to post this with so little time left.

  70. Dave M

    Kickr climb to go with my Kickr. Need to win a few KOMs!!

  71. Chris Lambert

    Apple watch for my wife.

  72. Toby

    January fast approaching, a Garmin 530 to replace my ageing 520 to show me how much work I need to put in to get back on top would be great!

    • bob d

      I need to at least get a heart rate monitor to make up for the wacky readings I’m getting from my Garmin 935 if I’m going to do a HR based plan. I’d consider the Forerunner 245 as well.

  73. Anne

    Missed the Clever Training sale for the Assioma pedals. Any other sales on them out there?

  74. Thomas

    Hi
    I can’t get the DCR10BTF code on clevertraining.co.uk to work.