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The Massive Cyber Monday Sports Tech Deals List!

Here’s your complete guide to sports tech deals, sorted by category and updated constantly throughout the day, often hourly with new deals.

Most links here help support the site – which I greatly appreciate! These four DC Rainmaker partner sites here are also running huge Black Friday/Cyber Monday deals on sports gear to supplement your sports tech addiction – Backcountry.com, CompetitiveCyclist.com, REI, and Wiggle:







If you know of a sports tech deal (gadget-focused), feel free to drop a note in the comments or in the contact form. As long as it’s not spam-like, I’m more than happy to share it out! 🙂

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Watches & Wearables:

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 PriceAmazonOther siteSale Notes
Apple Airpods (2nd Gen) - $50 off!
$159
$79⚡These aren't the latest anymore, that's the newer 3rd gen units. But if budget is in mind, it's hard to beat these - seriously, at $79 it's the lowest price these have ever been.
Apple Airpods Pro (2nd Gen) - $50 off!
$249
$199
Apple Watch SE (2nd Gen/2022) - 8% off
$279
$229⚡This is the first time we've seen the new Apple Watch SE (2nd gen) on sale!
Apple Watch Series 8 - $50 off!
$399/$499 (cellular)
$349⚡This is only the 2nd time we've seen the new Apple Watch SE (2nd gen) on sale!
Beats PowerBeats Pro Wireless Sport Headphones - $100 off
$249
$149⚡ I like the PowerBeats Pro with the over-the-ear design, for more security in workouts, than my Beats Studio Buds. I use these as well as my Beats Studio Buds (and have used the PowerBeats Pro ones longer). $100 off is a solid deal.
Beats PowerBeats Studio Buds - $60 off
$149
$89⚡I've been using these since last summer (2021), primarily on my indoor workouts, but also on some of my runs (for example, in testing out most watches with music). I like them and they've become my go-to buds.
Garmin Fenix 7 Series (All Models/Styles) - $100 off!
$699+
From $599⚡This is the first time we've seen the Fenix 7 series on sale! This sale is $100 off all Fenix 7 series models, be it in the Fenix 7S/7/7X or any of the Sapphire/Solar variants.
Garmin Fenix 7 Solar Sapphire - $250 off!$751⚡⚡ While most of the Fenix 7 series is $100 off, this particular unit is $250 off, which is a massive savings!
Garmin Fenix 7X Solar Sapphire - $150 off!$849⚡⚡ While most of the Fenix 7 series is $100 off, this particular unit is $250 off, which is a massive savings!
Garmin HRM-PRO Plus - 22% off
$129
$101⚡This is the first time we've seen this on sale - and so it's actually pretty notable. I don't even think it's supposed to be on sale, but this is just Amazon doing Amazon. This is one of the two main HR straps i use these days (alongside the Polar H10). Either way, definitely take this and run!
Garmin Instinct 2 Series - $100 OffFrom $249⚡This is the first time we've seen the Garmin Instinct 2 series devices (all variants) on sale. The Instinct 2 base is from $249 (on Amazon), a very solid deal - especially with all the major software updates it's had over the last year.
Garmin Instinct 2/2S Solar - $50 OffFrom $399
Garmin Instinct 2/2S Surf - $100 OffFrom $299
Google Pixel Buds Pro - Noise Canceling Earbuds (All Colors) - $50 off!$149⚡This is the first time we've seen a sale on these, given they were just announced about 5 weeks ago.
Google Pixel Watch - 15% off!$299⚡This is the first time we've seen the (just released) Google Pixle Watch on sale!
Polar Grit X - 17% off
$429
$357
Polar H10 Chest Strap (Dual ANT+/Bluetooth Smart) - 40% off
$89
$54⚡So this has been fluctuating all day between $54 and $75. So it's a bit of luck of the draw. Either way- these are super low prices and great straps. This is one of my main chest straps I use as a reference device in testing. Works great!
Polar Ignite 2 - 22% off
$229
$179While the Polar Ignite 3 just came out, this is a reasonable deal on the older model.
Polar Pacer - 15% off!$170I believe this is the first time we've seen the Polar Pace (base unit) on sale. Note - specifically the black/grey people.
Polar Pacer Pro - $80 off!
$299
$219⚡I believe this is the first time we've seen the Polar Pace Pro on sale. Note - specifically the red/white one is $219, the others are $230-$240.
Polar Vantage M2 - 20% off!
$299
$240
Scosche RHYTHM+ 2.0 - 44% off!
$79
$49
Suunto 5 Peak - $60 off!
$299
$239This is Suunto's mid-range/budget multisport GPS unit, and at $239 it's a solid deal.
Suunto 9 Peak - $170 off
$569
$399While Suunto recently released the newer Suunto 9 Peak Pro, this existing model still benefits from many of the software updates.

Smart Trainers & Indoor Bikes:

Looking for a smart trainer, indoor bike, or related gear? That’s all here. This includes things like smart trainer fans, accessories for smart trainers like rocker plates and plenty more!

ProductSale PriceAmazonOther siteSale Notes
Elite Direto XR Smart Trainer- $400 off!
$1,000
$599⚡This is by far the lowest price we've seen on this trainer to date!
Elite Sterzo Smart - 40% off$74This is Elite's steering block, for steering in apps like Zwift.
Elite Suito-T Smart Trainer - $340 off!
$799 (incl cassette)
$509This is by far the lowest price we've ever seen on the Elite Suito or Suito-T trainers. Note: The Suito-T is the same exact trainer as the Suito, except without the cassette pre-installed.
Elite Tuo Smart Trainer - $233 off!
$580
$347⚡This is by far the lowest price we've seen on the wheel-on Tuo. While most trainers have shifted towards direct drive, this is a good option at the lower end.
Little Tikes Pelican Explore & Fit Cycle - 38% off$59⚡So, the Three Peanuts (girls ages 3/5/6) have used this for over a year now, abd they love it. It's silly simple (there's no real connectivity here), and the videos they ride with are also absurdly laughable. Yet, they love it. Seriously, they fight over it.
Saris H3 (Hammer 3) Smart Trainer - $260 off!
$1,099
$639While not quite as low as some of the crazy clearance deals this past summer, this is still a good deal overall.
Saris H3 Bundle - $280 off!$719While not quite as low as some of the crazy clearance deals this past summer, this is still a good deal overall. Bundle includes pre-installed cassette, sweat guard, and ANT+ USB stick.
Saris MP1 NFinity Motion Platform - $440 off!$759⚡This is by far the lowest normal sale price we've seen to date, save for their 'everything must go' clearance sale
Stages Bike SB20 - $700 off!
$2899
$1,799⚡ A very solid deal, making it the least expensive smart bike out there, despite being probably the best built one. (Note: While this sale is marked as 43% off, the reality is most of the time the price hovers around $2,300-2,500) - still, by far the lowest price we've ever seen).
Tacx Flux 2 Smart Trainer - $180 off
$899
$719
Tacx Flux S Smart Trainer - $150 off!
$749USD
$599
Tacx NEO 2T Smart Trainer - $280 off!
$1,399
$1,120⚡This is Tacx's top-end trainer, and while sales have been more frequent in 2022, this is still a solid deal for a solid trainer.
Tacx NEO Bike Smart V1 - $470 off!
$3,199
$2,719This is the V1 version, whereas the new Tacx NEO Bike Plus came out this past week with some very minor tweaks, however, that bike is $3,999 ($1,300 more than this!). Thus, this kinda looks like a steal.
Wahoo KICKR AXIS Feet - 40% off$47This is the lowest price we've ever seen on the Wahoo KICKR AXIS feet, which, if on a hard surface like concrete, will give your KICKR bike slightly more movement side to side. Note these come built-in to the KICKR 2020/2022, but you can install the AXIS feet on all Wahoo KICKR units (not CORE/SNAP).
Wahoo KICKR Bike - $500 off!
$3,499
$1,999⚡⚡⚡ This is an incredible deal, by far the lowest the KICKR Bike has ever been. Especially given the just-announced V2 bike is even more expensive now at $4,000. And frankly, aside from built-in WiFi, there's not much otherwise on the newer V2 bike. I plan to take advantage of this deal and finally buy one for myself, this is astounding.
Wahoo KICKR SNAP - 40% off
$499
$299This is lowest we've ever seen the KICKR SNAP priced. While the trend has moved towards wheel-off/direct drive trainers, this is still really solid deal if your budget it tight.

Cycling Gear:

Got a bike? Then this section is for you.  Everything from bike computers to bike lights and related.  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.

ProductSale PriceAmazonOther siteSale Notes
Garmin Edge 1030 Plus - $200 off
$599
$391⚡While the newer Edge 1040 came out this past summer, the Edge 1030 Plus is still an incredibly solid bike computer - arguably the 2nd best bike computer (behind the Edge 1040).
Garmin Edge 530 Cycling GPS - $50 off!
$299
$249⚡ This matches last year's Black Friday sale, and is the lowest price to date on the Edge 530. This is one of the main units I use for my day-to-day riding and testing.
Garmin Varia RCT715 Camera Radar - $50 off$349This is the first time this product has been on sale, since announcement earlier this year.
Garmin Varia Radar (RTL515) - $50 off
$199
$149This is Garmin's standalone radar/taillight option, and $149 is pretty much the standard sale-price. This product is universally loved, and works with Garmin/Wahoo/Stages/Hammerhead/Bryton, and other bike computers.
Quarq DZero DUB (Road) PM Spider - 40% off$250⚡This is a major deal. SRAM has allowed retailers to put things on sale that were never allowed before, including power meters. This is the road/gravel variant of the MTB one I use (the XX1).
Quarq DZero DUB XX1 PM Spider - 40% off$449⚡This is a major deal. SRAM has allowed retailers to put things on sale that were never allowed before, including power meters. This is the same exact model I use on my mountain bike. Works well.
Wahoo ELEMNT ROAM V1 - $200 off
$379
$199⚡This is the slightly older ROAM V1, which isn't quite as fancy as the new V2. Still, $200 off is a very solid deal, and it, recently got the new Wahoo Summit Segments feature, as well as other features - so it's still getting the majority (if not all) new firmware features.

Action Cameras & Drones:

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 drones and drone accessories.  Usually a great time to pick up an extra battery or extra props.

ProductSale PriceAmazonOther siteSale Notes
DJI Action 2 Dual-Screen Combo Edition - 31% off$359
DJI FPV Combo - $300 off!$899⚡This deal is on DJI's larger FPV drone, the original one. They've also got the smaller but less powerful one too - Avata, which isn't on sale. This is for the FPV combo deal, saving you $400. This includes the drone, FPV goggles, and controller.
DJI Mavic 3 - $150 off
$999
$2,049This is the second time we've seen the DJI Mavic 3 on sale (for a non-bundled deal). With all the firmware improvements since the fall, it's finally getting to a more stable place in terms of features. Of course, you can also now get the DJI Mavic 3 Classic for a fair bit cheaper, minus the zoom lens. Albeit, I personally think the zoom lens is handy (if used correctly).
GoPro Hero 11 Black - $100 off
$499
$399⚡ Amazon now has the Hero 11 Black for $100 off the retail price of $499. This does *NOT* require the GoPro subscription (previously called GoPro Plus). The Hero 11 has become my daily action cam (well, actually, I bought two of them).
Skydio 2+ Starter Kit - $200 off!
$999/$1349
$899In terms of autonomy and self-following from a drone, nothing beats Skydio today.

Other Sports & Fitness:

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.

ProductSale PriceAmazonOther siteSale Notes
Apple TV 4K (32GB) for Zwift - $50 off$79⚡⚡ I use this for almost all my Zwifting. This is a fantastic deal, which runs Zwift, RGT, FulGaz, Rouvy, and more. While Apple just released their newest version (2022), virtually no cycling apps have taken advantage of it yet. And thus for now, the edition on sale for $79 seems like a steal.
Garmin inReach 2 Mini Satellite Communicator (2-way) - $75 off$327This is the first time we've seen this unit on sale, as it only came out earlier this year. It's my defacto satellite communicator when out of coverage area, and I've used it on a number of major treks this year out of cell range already.
Therabody Theragun Elite - $100 off$299⚡ This is arguably my wife's favorite sports tech gadget. She uses it pretty much daily. Thus, I'd be remiss if I didn't mention this deal. Also, please don't tell her, she might just buy another one...
Therabody Theragun Mini - 21% off$159My wife uses the Theragun Elite, which is a bit larger than this Mini model, and also includes more tips. But, as noted - people seem happy with all these models.
Therabody Theragun Prime - 34% off$198My wife uses the Theragun Elite, which is just slightly more expensive than this model at $299 on sale right now. But hey, I hear good things about all of these.

Euro Deals!

What’s that? You’re not in the US and still want a deal?  No problem!  Note that 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. I generally try and just distill it down to one.

ProductSale PriceAmazonSale Notes
Garmin Vivofit Jr. 3 - 38% off€56My oldest daughter (6yo) uses this as her daily watch. She's happy with it.

DCR Random Gadget List:

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!

ProductSale PriceAmazonSale Notes
2021 Apple 10.2-inch iPad (Wi-Fi, 64GB) - $70 off!$269I use my iPad primarily for TrainerRoad as well as Zwift when not with a larger display. I also occasionally use it for other apps, namely Wahoo SYSTM, Rouvy, and Peloton. But I pretty much test every smart trainer app on it. For all these cycling apps, the graphics capabilities is really pretty irrelevant, so having the absolute top-end/latest model won't make any difference. I prefer the budget options.
Nespresso Vertuo Next Coffee & Espresso Kit - 30% off$118⚡ Let's be honest: This place runs on Nespresso (or, well, the knock-off pods we buy). But, the machine is Nespresso. Without it, reviews most definitely would not get done (and certainly not on time). This is a pretty sweet deal if you ask me!
Samsung T7 Portable SSD 1-2TB - 36% off$89I use a small fleet of these T7 SSD's for various video projects, alongside the Sandisk SSD's. I literally have one of each color, just to keep things simple. They work great for quick storage. Note: Different colors have different sale prices - I don't understand why.
SanDisk 256GB Extreme PRO SD Cards - 18% off$51I use the SanDisk Extreme Pro SD Cards exclusively for all my video/photo shooting on my Panasonic GH5 and Nikon cameras (video and stills), including up to 6K recording with the GH5. I've mostly used 128's, but more and more lately I'm filling up cards faster with higher bitrates, so this sale is gonna have me pickup a bunch of the 256GB ones instead. The 128GB/ 512GB/1TB ones are also on sale too viathe same link. Note that usually I wait till these are about $40-45, so this is a good, but not yet fantastic deal.

I’ll continue to add deals as I find them.

DCR Buyers Guide & Gear I Use:

Finally, I’ve also put together a bit of a ‘Gear I Use’ store on Amazon, which consolidates all the products I use most often, or some recommendations, into one easy to click Amazon storefront. This includes both sports tech items, non-tech sports items (like my running shoes), around-the-house/cave tech, and even The Girl’s sports/non-sports tech items. Just whack the image below or this link here, to dive into it:

With that – thanks for reading, and for supporting the site via the links above. As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases. Have a great weekend!

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192 Comments

  1. Lennart R.

    Thanks for compiling this page for us.

    The price on Elite Suito looks weird.

  2. Ingo McLean

    The REI link for the Wahoo Powerlink Zero dual sided, point to the single sided.

  3. Corey M.

    I’m a little surprised you don’t have the Stages SB20 for $1799.99 on here. Feels like a steal to me (I’m very close to pulling the trigger). link to stagescycling.com

  4. Rob

    A whopping $20 off the same iPad on Amazon for Canadians. Incredible.

  5. fl33tStA

    Cycliq have extrem Black Friday offer:
    link to cycliq.com

    Ordered new Fly 12 and 6 Bundle for 600 eur

  6. Matt

    Updated buyers guides incoming?

    • Hoping to squeak one out in the next few days!

    • Luke

      Not exactly sure where to put this question, but any plans to review the Garmin Bounce, the new kids smartwatch they just released? 6/9 year olds are starting to get longer proverbial leashes, and a GPS watch that’ll allow texting and tell me where they are is the kind of thing we “need”.

    • Yup! Definitely. Probably out tomorrow. Which, I know I said a few days ago, but I’m legit close now. We’ve been using them (as a family) for a few weeks now. And it’ll include notes from a 5yo/6yo/40yo’s wearing/thoughts point of view. 😉

    • Orange Roses

      Definitely debating between a Bounce and a lower end running watch for a 10 year old who runs 5Ks. They are petite, so the Bounce may fit better. But in 1.5 years, they will be in junior high cross country. Love to hear your insights.

    • Philip Peeples

      Was this ever posted? I’m not seeing it, if so…

      I already have one as a xmas gift for my son, but looking for some real world usage reviews to determine if we stick with it or go another direction for his gifts.

  7. Kevin

    Surely the Garmin In-Reach has no market remaining since this functionality is coming to all Smart Phones now?

    Also the Fitbit Inspire revs 2&3 are going for less than half price on Amazon since the rev4 came out. The 3 in particular is 2022 tech, that has just been bumped by a revision that has no obvious changes or upgrades.

    • Kevin

      Also Elite Direto in the UK is now £385 at Chain Reaction Cycles and Wiggle:
      link to chainreactioncycles.com

    • Actually, the opposite – it’s raised interest in the segment.

      Keep in mind, the new Apple satellite features* are currently emergency SOS, not status updates to friends/family following along. Also, they’re highly limited to just a few countries, and even within that, specific attitudes, and finally, also more limited in mountain/coverage area due to the differences with Iridium satellites.

      Don’t get me wrong – long term, they’ll appeal, but we’re talking 3-5 years at least.

      *Outlined here: link to dcrainmaker.com

  8. Husain

    Cellular connectivity on the Apple Watch Ultra is region specific. There are three models (regional) listed on Apple’s website. Buying online does not guarantee that the model specific to your region.

  9. Peter Fine

    Hoping to see a discount on the Garmin Edge 1040 / Edge 1040 Solar. Looks like they just want to clear out the old 1030+, and I expect imminent release of 540 and 840.

    • Yeah, it’s not currently on Garmin’s approved sale last, but, as usual, that rarely ever stops Amazon from getting drunk over Black Friday weekend and dancing to their own beat. Just depends on whether they have bulked up enough inventory to take the 6-month MAP ban, that would follow.

  10. Stuart Brown

    Wiggle in the UK have the Tacx Neo 2SE for £599 (claiming 50% off).

    Is that a good deal?

    • It’s not a bad deal. The NEO 2SE is great (I currently use the base NEO 2 at home as my main trainer, and the SE simply adds in slightly better axle support). The 50% off isn’t exactly true, as itnormally hovers around 800-1000, when it’s in stock (which also fluctuates).

      But I think 599 is pretty good.

  11. Don Rhummy

    Ray,

    Any upcoming Favero black Friday deals?

  12. Mike

    Is it wise to buy a reconditioned Kickr Bike v1 from wahoo? It is quite a bit cheaper, but am I taking a significant risk of maintenance problems in a year or two’s time? Thank you.

    • I plan to. Seriously, if I get the right deal over Black Friday, it’s on my (wife-approved) list to buy for our home shed/garage. My reasoning versus V2 (keeping in mind I’m finishing up the V2 review, waiting while Wahoo digs into some newfound accuracy issues)

      A) The only practical difference is the V2 has WiFi and Direct Connect (sure, there are some very minor internal things, but the only meaningful thing here is the addition of WiFi)
      B) I don’t have any dropout issues in my shed, in fact, if anything, I’d have issues with WiFi connectivity. So BT/ANT+ is perfectly fine for me.
      C) I know that many of the V2 changes are actually inside V1, as running changes (not WiFi, but most of the ‘quality increase’ changes have been made over the last 2 years already
      D) I’m willing to pay basically half-price for this (half-price in comparison to the $4K retail price of V2)
      E) It’s still covered by the same warranty, and frankly, if there is any sort of major issues, they’ll come they’d probably just give you a V2
      F) I have no issues buying a reconditioned one either, because again, same warranty. And these bikes go back to the same factory half the time anyways.

      That’s my thoughts. I don’t usually advocate for buying older stuff when newer stuff is out, mainly because I think you often miss-out on things down the road. But there’s been such little software innovation in the smart bike/trainer features realm, that it’s not something I’m worried about (whereas watches and bike computes still see tons of innovation).

    • Todd Wilkens

      You think the kickr v1 on sale is a better bike/deal then the stages bike at 1799? Do you mind saying why? I am trying to decide between the two and 1799 seems like such a good deal.

    • Now that things are on a level playing field, the KICKR Bike V1 at $1,999 vs Stages Bike at $1,799.

      Main reasons I’d go KICKR Bike there:

      A) Up & Down simulation with built-in KICKR CLIMB (this is the big one)
      B) I prefer the movement of the KICKR Bike (a bit of give/flex forward/back, the SB20 has zero give/flex)
      C) KICKR Bike has multi-channel Bluetooth (not a big deal for most, but I value it)
      D) KICKR Bike has better ERG mode accuracy
      E) Small shifting display built-in, so you know what gear you’re on without having to have your phone there
      F) Downhill drive simulation
      Z) I personally prefer the KICKR Bike Look over the bulky Stages Bike look, but that’s a personal visual preference.

      Now, that said, there’s no doubt that Stages has a far longer history of building indoor bikes. They make Wahoo look like toddlers. As such, we’ve essentially seen almost no teething issues on the hardware side from them (some software issues, yes, but I think all solved these days, save ERG mode consistency). Whereas Wahoo has had hardware teething issues. Still, balancing all those things, given the price are roughly equal, I’d go KICKR Bike.

      This isn’t meant to be a complete comparison – for example, Stages has things like extra shifters you can buy, a nice place to stick your phone, two USB ports versus 1, a place for your tablet too, and on and on. But again, for me and what I value personally, at the same price, I’d go KICKR Bike.

    • Chales

      Would I be correct in thinking that if the use case is for multiple (3-4 in my case) users that the adjust ability of the SB20 would tilt the decision in favor of that bike? Seems like there were many reports of seat post slipping on the Kickr and if our household is changing heights every day that would be a big pain point. Otherwise I’d love to go for the Kickr for the climb function.

  13. IronSeaman

    Thanks to such comprehensive updates!

    Taking into account black friday deals, which direct drive smart trainer you would recommend for a middle price:

    – kickr core
    – elite suito / direto
    – tacx flux S/2
    – any other?

    Almost same prices there +-100$.

    Thank you in advance

    • Hello!

      I’d go with the KICKR CORE, for the following reasons:

      A) Ability to pair KICKR CLIMB down the road
      B) Generally the best accuracy of that bunch
      C) Multi-channel Bluetooth
      D) Totally silent (Suito/Direto are quiet, but not same level, and Flux nowhere near that)

      Do keep in mind that some of that (some Suito/Direto) do include cassettes, whereas CORE you need to buy that (about $50-$60 usually). Not a big deal, but just a minor FYI.

      Cheers!

    • Peter Fine

      I own an original KICKR. I ride with noise cancelling Beats Fit Pro earbuds, run 2 fans and watch TV whiile riding. Do you think that the latest KICKR Core’s lower noise level will be noticeable to me? The drivetrain and fans still make tons of noise.

    • IronSeaman

      Thank you for such prompt answer:)

      I was determined to make this choice, and now I am 100%. Especially because of the silence. In the apartment, it matters.

    • Hi Peter-

      Yeah, the difference between a KICKR V1 (from a decade ago), in noise, and a KICKR V5/V6 is massive. The main change occurred around the KICKR V4 (2018), when they made it silent, so if you wanted to save some cash, you could pickup the KICKR V5 (2020) which is $799 right now.

      Your drivetrain will be louder than it, but, in theory, if your drivetrain is clean, it should be pretty quiet (quite than your fans, hopefully). I mean, I’m definitely not saying my drivetrain is clean all the time – I’m just saying in theory.

    • Simon

      thank you very much, I’m in the same boat as the commenter.

      Unfortunately, Elite Suito(-T) and Flux S seem to go for ~400-450 in Germany, while the Kickr CORE just always stays at 600, with 550,- as lowest-of-all-time, since they’re not really doing sales a lot in europe 🙁 They even removed the refurbished Kickr Core for 500€ offer from their website just ahead of BF.

      Do you think the 200€ extra is worth it? 400€ basically is my budget tbh 🙁
      Got a Saris H3 for that, but it was faulty and I couldnt get a replacement

    • Rick

      Hey Simon,
      did you consider the Zwift Hub as an alternative? Maybe it’s a good middle ground between your current options.

      I was long looking at different trainers from Elite for a cheapish direct-drive trainer, but didn’t pull the trigger last winter. For this winter, after reading Ray’s review I got a Zwift Hub instead. According to Ray basically as good as the Kickr, minus the compatibility to their add-ons, but for 499€ (Germany).

      link to dcrainmaker.com

  14. gideon

    thanks for the list

  15. Thomas

    Is it worth going there Fenix 6 Sapphire?

  16. Mike Fuller

    Wahoo Powerlink pedals are no longer being shown on the REI sale site

    • Bummer. I’ll leave them up for now. Typically we’ve seen REI inventory fluctuate a bit, so my guess is they’ll put an order in for more, and then hopefully light it up again. Though, we’ve also seen them casually go out of stock the last few days of the 20% off sale (for Wahoo stuff), and then magically at midnight it shows up back in stock again. :-/

  17. morey000

    picked up the base ipad for $269. It’ll now be my indoor smart trainer display. thanks for the tip.

  18. Tanner G Horton

    May not help with affiliate links – but CostcoUS has garmin inreach for $299.99, 735 for $119.99, instinct 2 $249.99, Garmin 6 solar $439.99 (not as good as amazon right now), Fitbit Versa 4 $139.99

    • Tanner G Horton

      Also many competitive prices at Kohl’s on garmin fenix 6/s/x/solar and 7/s/x/+ plus you can earn $15 Kohl’s cash for every $50 spent – so that is like an extra $270 back in Kohl’s cash for Fenix 7x Sapphire Solar – Best Deal I have seen assuming you have other things at Koh’s to buy with the Kohl’s cash – also – limited time to use the Kohl’s cash.

  19. Peter Z.

    Minor point – link to review for HRM-PRO Plus goes to the HRM-PRO one (which does nicely have have notice and link at top to the Plus review). Amazon sale link goes to correct item.

  20. Dean

    FYI… your GoPro Hero11 review URL is linked to your Hero10 review, not Hero11.

  21. Dennis

    thank you for the discounted product list.

    Did not see the Garmin Venu 2 Plus on the discounted list.
    It must be selling well??
    Dennis

    • Yeah, somewhat surprised there as well. Or, they could be short on some specific component. Who knows.

      Either way, I’d wait. Just let Uncle Amazon have a bit of wine over Thanksgiving and he has a long multi-year history of going off the rails with Black Frida weekend deals on Venu products, even if Garmin themselves don’t.

  22. JimH

    Per Shokz marketing emails, they are having their ‘biggest sale of the year’ starting on 11/21.

  23. Jim

    Quad Lock is having a 30% off everything on their website

  24. Ira Kones

    Looks like the KICKR v1 is at $2000 on wahoo’s website – any reason not to buy this? Seems like a steal

    link to wahoofitness.com

    • Nate H

      Aloha Ira,

      Ray gave the green light on this purchase in an earlier post. IT seems he expected the refurbished one to hit that price but you found a gem. I thank you for your post as I just grabbed one. I had the refurbished in my cart and that price is still listed as higher…which is surprising.

      Here was Rays’ comment,
      “I plan to. Seriously, if I get the right deal over Black Friday, it’s on my (wife-approved) list to buy for our home shed/garage. My reasoning versus V2 (keeping in mind I’m finishing up the V2 review, waiting while Wahoo digs into some newfound accuracy issues)

      A) The only practical difference is the V2 has WiFi and Direct Connect (sure, there are some very minor internal things, but the only meaningful thing here is the addition of WiFi)
      B) I don’t have any dropout issues in my shed, in fact, if anything, I’d have issues with WiFi connectivity. So BT/ANT+ is perfectly fine for me.
      C) I know that many of the V2 changes are actually inside V1, as running changes (not WiFi, but most of the ‘quality increase’ changes have been made over the last 2 years already
      D) I’m willing to pay basically half-price for this (half-price in comparison to the $4K retail price of V2)
      E) It’s still covered by the same warranty, and frankly, if there is any sort of major issues, they’ll come they’d probably just give you a V2
      F) I have no issues buying a reconditioned one either, because again, same warranty. And these bikes go back to the same factory half the time anyways.

      That’s my thoughts. I don’t usually advocate for buying older stuff when newer stuff is out, mainly because I think you often miss-out on things down the road. But there’s been such little software innovation in the smart bike/trainer features realm, that it’s not something I’m worried about (whereas watches and bike computes still see tons of innovation).”

    • Hi Ira-

      Yup, it’s an incredible deal. I plan to pick one up at that price, at least, assuming it shows up for the same price here in Europe.

      Note it’s also available at other Wahoo dealers too, including two that support the site:

      Competitive Cyclist: link to avantlink.com

      REI: link to avantlink.com

      Using those links helps out here a fair bit. Cheers!

    • Tim

      Thanks Ray!!!! Smoking Deal and I snagged one to replace my OG KICKR Core. Looks like it’s sold out at REI and Competitive Cyclist. Cheers!!!

  25. Max

    Hi,

    on Amazon.de the EDGE 530 is on Sale for 188 €

    link to amazon.de

    Best
    Max

  26. Lauri

    Neo 2T 899€ at bike-discount link to bike-discount.de

  27. Lionel G.

    Hi,
    For Europe Lepape propose the Garmin Forerunner at 299.- € it seems me to be a solid deal.
    Here is the link : link to lepape.com

  28. Melissa

    Thanks for this list! Almost bought a Garmin yesterday and now I see it’s cheaper on Amazon! Massage tool sites are also having sales and extended return windows. I’ve been watching for sidekick scrapers, and it’s the first sale of the year. Theragun/Hyperice are discounted, though Theragun had a better sale both in May and July.

  29. Scott Evatt

    Hey Ray,

    If anyone is interested in the Skydio drone, they are $200 off this week.

    link to shop.skydio.com

    Thanks for all the hard work

  30. thetomfox

    BikeTiresDirect has the Garmin 1040 for $449.

    This sort of discounting so quickly should be a warning.

    It was the worst bit of electronics I’ve purchased in years and I returned mine because I couldn’t live with all the problems, but I know people want whatever is newest. If you are one of them, this might be the deal for you.

  31. Haydn Jones

    Ray typo/check in PowerBeats Pro – you used your pet name for your BeaSt Studio Buds 😉

  32. Daniel Barvin

    Waiting for the Favero Assioma Duo to go on sale. Also debating whether those are a better deal than the Single Sided Rally Pedals. I wouldn’t put the Assioma’s on my MTB, but I could switch the rally’s to my MTB pedal bodies. Although I’d be using only a single sided power meter vs dual. Tend to ride my road bike far more than the mtb. Appreciate the thoughts

  33. Jim

    Pedal Mafia (GREAT bibs/chamois) up to 60% off – what a steal

    This is the US site – ymmv
    link to usa.pedalmafia.cc

  34. morey000

    RE: Ipad 9th Generation

    1. yeah- a great deal on a very functional and capable ipad. So I bought one.

    2. It crashed on me yesterday while using the MyWoosh app (which is pretty dang good for a free virtual cycling app). Contacted their customer support (yes, they have customer support). And, MyWoosh said that there’s not enough RAM in the iPad 9th Gen. 3Gb of RAM, and app requires 4Gb. The tech support person at MyWoosh said the are working on optimizing the app to expand their library of compatible devices. Oh- and they sent me my lost .fit file.

  35. npf

    Hey Ray, that lifeline table you liked is a good deal at CRC and Wiggle. Plenty of good deals in UK atm: on Fenix 6 pros refurbed on amazon for £249 and also some deals on the 955 series from £360-420 or so on sportshoes with a code, if that is helpful.

  36. ReHMn

    Hi Ray &Folks,

    Sorry for trolling this topic…

    Can someone fix a corrupted fit file for me?
    Upload via mobile app failed, Garmin Express failed too and Manual upload failed as well…
    FitRepairTool was unable to fix it, link to garmin.kiesewetter.nl is not reachable anymore and Garmin Support Center ran out of tips…

    Thanks

    • giorgitd

      You might try GOTOES:link to gotoes.org. The intended use case is a bit different, but I have a device that generates a corrupted FIT file occasionally. I import it to GOTOES and then just export it without taking advantage of the tweaks that can be applied. Every corrupted file I uploaded has been returned in a form readable by Garmin Connect. YMMV. No ocnnection to GOTOES other than happy user.

    • ReHMn

      Hi Giorgi,

      That is an excellent tool what had been adopted by Garmin long time ago…
      Unfortunately it allows export to GPX or CSV only and I need the corrected file in FIT, because it contains device info, etc….

      Would you be so kind correcting the file for me?
      If you could provide some email address, where I can send it…

      Thx

  37. Mack

    Quarq DZero DUB (Road) is no longer $250 but up to $300

  38. Ryan Harris

    Do you think there will be any deals on the Garmin 955? I have a 935 I want to upgrade and am a little tempted to get a Fenix 7 since that one is one sale, but not sure I want the extra weight of the Fenix when I am running and swimming. I am hoping somebody will do a deal on the 955.

    • giorgitd

      I came here to ask the same Q. Really prefer the FR955, but might go for a FR255S + music if the deal was there and not on the 955.

    • I would not expect any FR955 deals, at least, not official ones.

      Garmin has released their planned Black Friday deals, which, in the context of the US side anyways, is what they “approve”. In the US, if a retailer violates that approved list (even by a penny), they get a stock-hold for 6 months. Thus, virtually no retailer will violate that. The rest of the world considers this practice highly illegal, thus, any deals you see in other regions are just simply retailers dancing to their own beat.

      However, the wild card is Amazon. Amazon will often play the game of making their own sale, and simply taking the stock-hold for 6 months. They just do the run-rate math and bulk-up with enough units ahead of time to cover them, and if they fall short, they can still fulfill through 3rd party sellers who do have stock.

      Historically we have seen Amazon do some wild stuff over Black Friday in this realm. So it’s really anyone’s guess if whatever algorithms or humans at Amazon decide to pick the FR955 as one of their units to toy with. We’ve already seen them do this for some Fenix 7 SKU’s (stock-hold penalties are on a per-SKU basis).

    • Dan

      The 955 is 9% off on wiggle and sportsshoes. There is a 15% off code for sportsshoes if you search hot deals site.

  39. Arnold

    The regular Suunto 9 Peak is now on sale straight from the Suunto EU website. It lands at €369,- which sounds pretty solid. The 5 Peak is offered for €199,- directly from Suunto.

    By product is it won’t ship from a remote 3rd party warehouse so CO2 footprint remains moderate if that’s if any importance…

    • Nice! I’ll get it added in.

      Generally speaking, all Amazon.de/NL purchases that are labeled as fulfilled by Amazon (which is pretty much anything I’d link to), are fulfilled here locally in the EU, and usually specifically the DE/NL warehouses.

      If you’re in mainland EU, that’ll be pretty close. Whereas if you’re in Finland, that’d be closer – though perhaps they’ve got a distribution center in the Netherlands, I don’t remember one previously. Cheers!

    • Arnold

      I do think Suunto ships all from Finland. Reason to note is that Suunto is the first to be vocal/open on this subject which I can appreciate. Even in the BF madness that can be something to take into consideration.

      On another topic… Have seen quite some prices increase over the last couple of weeks. That won’t be anything new but can be an indication on where some of the prices will eventually land somewhere at the end of this week.

  40. Sean K.

    Thanks Ray. That deal on the Rally SPDs Single was too good to pass-up plus my REI discount. Ordered it via this blog posting!

  41. Marcin

    Garmin Varia 515/516 on European Amazon for about 130E, quite nice price I guess.

  42. ChrisK

    Best Buy has 256G Extreme PRO SDXC 200MB/s for $37.99.
    link to bestbuy.com

  43. AK

    any chance you are going to update your buying guide for gps watches this year?

  44. Reggie

    Tri Sports has the Edge 1040 for $450, solar at $675 and Karoo 2 at $280.

    • Weird, I don’t see that listed – I just see regular prices. :-/

      Those previous prices would surprise me, as Trisports would basically get in trouble from Garmin for a MAP violation on these products, which in turn would put them in a sticky situation as they’d get a 6-month ban from buying those units from Garmin. Whereas Amazon can ‘handle’ the MAP violation by simply buying 6-months worth of products ahead of time.

    • Reggie

      Still see them. A location thing maybe?

  45. Jim

    I got an email from Wahoo saying they had sale, Kickr bike $1999.00 click on the link and its $3999.00 Canadian wonder why its so much more in Canada than the USA? The Canadian exchange isn’t 50%.

    • SG

      i hope there will be offers in europe too (2000€) but i doubt it, still 2999€ on the webpage.

    • RE: Canadian prices

      According to my Canadian wife, Canadian law requires that all KICKR Bike’s be shipped with at least 50 gallons of Maple Syrup, which, both costs money for the wood-juice itself, but also the shipping of said juice.

      RE: European

      As for Europe, it looks like the Wahoo KICKR Bike GBP sales have clicked over today, so I’d expect to see EU sales soon. I have no idea why they’d do them on different days.

    • SG

      saw that, its 2199 pounds which is the same price as last sale several weeks ago, which translates to 2499€. i dont think we’ll see 2000euro, so i pulled the trigger for 2499€ 😉

    • Yeah, I’d say that given Wahoo hasn’t launched sales on other EU sites yet, I’d probably still wait. But that’s just me, also waiting to buy one…

    • sg

      price has just changed to 2499euros on the german site, nothing about black friday sale yet but i think thats it, as expected 🙁

      link to de-eu.wahoofitness.com

      as a european customer i feel neglected by wahoo 🙁 why no 2000euro deal:(

    • Hmm, odd. This doesn’t match what I have it should be. Let me do some poking…

    • Ciprian

      I would be curios if anything comes up as 2500 EUR is a good price but not as good as 2000 USD 🙂

    • Dave

      Sigma has the kickr bike at £2199 and the 10% off code emailed out to previous customers stacks on top, to give £1979 which seems pretty good. Might even be worth our continental cousins making a trip to enjoy some virtual British cycling!

    • Marc

      Can’t find any deal below 2499€ for the Kickr bike at UE, but I’ve found the TACX Neo Bike for 2.200€ aprox. I’m not sure if go for the Tacx or maybe we’ll see further discounts for the Kickr…

    • It’s showing on the Wahoo site for 2499EUR, though, I’m getting clarity on why it’s not showing the price they previously said it should.

      link to eu.wahoofitness.com

    • fiatlux

      It says “SALE: €2,499.99” so I guess the chances that they come up with a lower price for Black Friday are slim but let’s see tomorrow.

      The Tacx Neo Bike and Stages SB20 are both available around 2200€.

      The Zcyle Zbike (a rebranded BKool Smart Bike 2) is available at an incredible 960€. I wonder if the latter is considered any good…

    • Yeah, I’d agree. Either way, I’m willing to wait a day or so. Obviously, everyone in the US is doing the Turkey thing today. So no answer today, and who knows if at all tomorrow.

      As for ZCycle, I haven’t done any in-house testing on it. I’ve poked at it slightly at trade shows, but, didn’t seem in the same league here.

    • fiatlux

      The few Zbike reviews found online (mostly Italian and Spanish videos on Youtube) present it as a good smart bike with great value for money but with, understandably, a few shortcomings. The main ones seems to be:
      – no freehub (the pedals keep turning with the flywheel)
      – virtual gear shifters with no haptic feedback and significant actuation delay, which means it is easy to “overshoot” gear changes

      Difficult to tell how hard it would be to get used to these or whether these are real show stopper.

    • Yeah, roughkly akin to most spin bikes in that sense.

  46. Tuomas Metsälä

    The Lifeline/RAD/Company_Name_Here desk is now -53% at Wiggle!

    Pretty sweet deal.

    link to wiggle.co.uk

  47. simon

    hope there’ll be more entry-level direct drive trainer deals in europe *fingers crossed*

    thanks for the write up!

  48. Yesterday I picked up a Garmin Epix Gen2 (Sapphire/Black Carbongray Titanium #010-02582-30) from euro 1099 for 795 at Christ Watches. Today the price is back to over euro 1000. Not sure if it was an error (same price was online as in the physical shop I visited to pick it up), but worth to keep an eye on if the price drops again and you’re in the market for this model!

  49. Mike S.

    Oh man, I r-e-a-l-l-y want that Epix 2. But I should probably get a trainer since I don’t have one. Was going to get the Saris H3 but noticed the KICKR V5 is almost the same price. I’m glad I double-checked before pulling the trigger! Getting the KICKR! Thanks Ray!

  50. Dean Liu

    Was REALLY hoping the Tacx NEO motion plates would go on sale. MSRP of US$300 is too much for me to justify… 🙁

  51. Another really good one: Fenix 7 Solar Sapphire for 649.99 at Galeria (Germany’s biggest department store).

  52. Timo

    Am I the only one not seeing the Euro deals? Thanks

    • Lowlevel

      There aren’t any specific in the Euro Deals! section yet.
      Some, but not all deals from Amazon in the list wil work in Amazon EU (de, fr, it, co.uk, es, nl) as well.

      In the comments there are a couple of good deals pointed out to Europe local deals like those from Sepp (Germany) right above your post. Or some others for UK. It’ll take you a little more time but still way less than finding them yourself in the internet.

  53. Dan

    The Garmin 245 Music is down to $187 on Amazon now. New model coming?

  54. Jon O

    I picked up the Kickr Bike v1 from Wahoo’s site earlier today. What a deal!

    I tried to support DCR by visiting Competitive Cyclist and REI but it was sold at both places there. The lesson is that when Ray speaks people listen.

    Happy Holidays

  55. PT

    I’m looking for a smartwatch for my wife that is able to connect to the HR (Wahoo) strap.
    I have Wahoo Rival and I suggested this one, but she doesn’t like its look.

    Any good recommendations?

  56. dan

    Ray,
    re: the core body temp sensor you first mentioned hands on with in 2020 and nothing since. Specifically, the mention of a ‘bundle’ with an HRM. Since you have done EXTENSIVE HRM comparisons and testing but there has never been the mention of you using or hands on with the specific Cardiosport TP5 HRM, is it then assumed that the Cardiosport HRM is at least ‘good enough’? The only mention of cardiosport in your search is all 2012 stuff when it was built into clothing.

  57. Kolby Kallweit

    Stryd is 15% off

  58. Matt Fieldwalker

    looking forward to the Garmin bounce review ASAP, we’re just buying a watch for our daughter and it’s between the Applewatch se (wife) and Garmin bounce(my preference). Saw your quick comments above, but I love the details. Thank you so much Ray!

  59. Jens Backman

    Garmin Instinct 2 is 2250 SEK on Amazon.se (€207 / $216)

    link to amazon.se

  60. Lionel G.

    Hi Ray,
    Still no euro deal?

  61. Daniel

    Hello,

    Why have there been no Garmin cycling map updates in Europe for over a year?

    On my 530 is still the map of autumn 2021 with the street material from the summer 2021…

    Shouldn’t there actually be semi-annual updates, as in the rest of the world?

  62. Venu 2 Plus ust went on sale for next 5 days at US$100 off (US$349)! Ordering mine from REI.

  63. Don Rhummy

    Ray,

    Favero Assioma Duos are now $200 off! Just $559!

  64. Peter Fine

    Amazon now has the Edge Solar for $50 off ($695) link to a.co

  65. Simon

    tacx flux s for 350€ at bike-components.com (Germany)!

  66. Snat

    TACX NEO bike is now $2559 on Garmimd site
    link to garmin.com

  67. Fiatlux

    It does have electronically controlled resistance and full ANT+ compatibility, though.

  68. Daniel

    There are many offers at bike-components.de
    25% off Shimano Products witch code SHIMANO25 and many more.
    link to bike-components.de
    If you come over 75 euros, you can still save on shipping costs with the code ORANGE25.

  69. Scott

    As a Canuck myself, this is hilarious, and probably accurate! Long Live the Maple Syrup Moose!

  70. Mathieu

    Only €105 on Amazon.de for the Garmin Index S2

  71. PM

    Edge 1030 Plus €335.92 on bike-components.de. Best price I have seen it.

  72. Marcin

    Wahoo roam v1 for 179chf on http://www.cyclestorezurich.com !

    Wonder if there will be any BF offer for Roam v2…

  73. Some Euro deals. Or Danish actually, but the should ship to all of EU.

    Noteworthy:
    EDGE 1030 PLUS bundle 375€
    EDGE 830 Bundle 309€
    EDGE 530 Bundle 269€

    Also power meter and many other brands
    link to cykelgear.dk
    There don’t seem to be a english version of the page though. I can’t find it…..

  74. Ray forgot the mention 4iiii Smart trainer deal for 199.99 USD at 4iiii.com That is 50% off and the price of fully featured ST.

  75. E. Felkerino

    Garmin inRreach Messenger is $247 from Amazon direct, slightly less from a third party vendor.

  76. frankyboy707

    I found 2 great EU deals at lordgun.com (didn’t know the site before)
    Garmin edge 1040 for 495 eur; first time I’ve seen it below 500
    Garmin rally RS200 for 782 ( with coupon comp5), is the cheapest I could find in Europe.

  77. Thomas

    The edge 1040 solar is almost 30% off in EU here: link to all4cycling.com

  78. Michael Falk

    Another good Garmin deal – Garmin Varia UT800 for 102€ on Amazon.de

  79. Kemal

    Hey, typo in the Skydio description: autonomany
    Cheers

  80. Kemal

    UK deal – Varia RTL515 at £109.99 link to amazon.co.uk

    Ray feel free to delete this add add in the aff link (or edit it in place…)

  81. Trey

    Wahoo has the Bolt 2 on sale for $60 ff and new Roam (in bundle only) with a minor $25 discount, as well as some other deals on their website.

  82. Brian

    Ray – I’m not seeing that $79 Apple Airpod deal here in the US. Is it over?

  83. Cody Raudebaugh

    Wahoo has their Kickr Snap with 15 months of Wahoo X on sale right now for $294. Thats a steal if you are someone who uses Wahoo X.

  84. Don Rhummy

    Ray,

    Hammerhead is doing a deal of $399 gets you:

    Hammerhead Karoo 2 (with stock Black shell)
    FREE – Limited-edition ‘Solstice’ Karoo 2 Shell Kit
    FREE – Two Hammerhead Water Bottles
    FREE – 60-day Strava Subscription
    FREE – 60-day Komoot Premium Trial

  85. Didier Rosez

    Garmin US hase great deals on Finix 6 Pro models
    6S Pro and 6 Pro for 349$.
    Sapphire and solar versions for 399$

    The only thing that holds me back to order it via a colleague is if it comes with US topo maps or if these can be replaced by EU topo maps.

  86. Neil Jones

    Wahoo UK now selling the V1 KICKR Bike for £1999!

    I’d already ordered off Tredz a couple of days ago as I didn’t think it would go lower that £2199, but they’ve just price matched and refunded me the £200 🙂

    • Neil Jones

      Headwind fan also £184, cheapest I think I’ve seen it?

      Doesn’t look like there’s any Black Friday Euro-love from Wahoo on the KICKR Bike though – still €2499 for EU despite the double UK price drop this week.

    • Yeah…grr…waiting for EU price to drop. Ready to buy!

      That does seem cheap for headwind, I can’t remember the GBP price being cheaper, but I don’t mentally track the headwind GBP price day to day.

      Thanks for the update!

  87. Rachel A.

    FORM has 20% off of Smart Swim goggles at https://www.formswim.com

  88. Jonathan Fields

    KOM Cycling with 35% off all products

  89. Conor R

    Hi Ray, great list and thanks for compiling.
    For anyone (EU based), interested in the Lifeline trainer table the price has reduced to €60.53 on Wiggle as of late Friday.

  90. Alex

    Worth noting: Strava is going the opposite route. No Black Friday deals, not even the two fre bonus months of previous years. Instead: A MASSIVE PRICE INCREASE. Yearly membership in Europe has risen from 59,99 to 74,99 a year!

    • Hmm, I don’t see that. On my account, it shows it’ll renew at $59USD next March (in the account settings page).

      Likewise, on one of my secondary test accounts (which isn’t Premium, but I use to occasionally validate things), I got a renewal offer on Friday for two months free if I buy 12 months. Total price there is 69EUR.

    • Martin Richards

      From the UK, I’m seeing 54.99 GBP with 2 months free which is about 64 Euros (lower than your test account) or 66 USD (higher than your main account), so goodness knows what the right price is!

  91. Florian

    The Garmin HRM-Pro Plus is 83€ at Amazon Germany. Delivery is currently slated for January but given the price it could still be worth it for some.

    link to amazon.de

  92. Gryphon

    I just noticed the FR955 Solar in Whitestone is listed at 10% off on Amazon, coming in at $540. I guess the hit to inventory is by SKU, so if they discount the white, then they are only penalized on White?

    Anyway: shorturl.at/nuzGH

  93. justin kaplan

    Is the enduro 2 sale gone ? Says 1100 on Az ?

  94. Jonathan Fields

    VeloToze has 35% off everything from 23 to 30 November.

    Use code: BlackFriday2022 at http://www.velotoze.com

  95. Anthony Bova

    OK I had considered getting a Zwift Hub but so far missed when the 9 speed cassette was in stock. The Elite Direto XR seems similar or maybe just a bit better. My wife and I have similar road bikes (9speed) but we are still pretty novice bikers looking for some winter exercise perhaps with Zwift. Is the Direto XR a good choice for us? My thought was a direct drive would allow us to share more easily.

  96. Kenneth Morris

    I just found an Edge 1040 (non solar) for $499 online at Ascent Cycles.

  97. Daniel

    Assioma is having a Black Friday sale on their power meters $200 off the Duo’s in the US. Probably worth adding to the list

  98. giorgitd

    Something isn’t right on the Venus 6S Pro Solar. The Amazon link points to the 6S Pro (not Solar), I think…

  99. Peter Blair

    Looks like the KICKR Bike is now sold out everywhere. I was out of town during Black Friday so sadly couldn’t measure to see if this would fit in the office…

  100. Bruce Lemieux

    The Garmin 55 is on sale at runningwarehouse.com – $50 off, only $150. This watch is never on sale. link to runningwarehouse.com

  101. Oliver

    New offer for Wahoo Kickr bike for 2.365,50 € at link to indoorcycling.org
    They sell the bike for 2.490,00 € and they have a 5% discount code (5PROZENT) which brings down the bike to 2.365,50.

  102. Dan Gaz

    Is the 735XT worth it? The price is so low…is it worth it even though it is antiquated (2016)?

  103. Sven S

    REI has the Shokz OpenRun on sale for $89.89 USD ($10 less than the deal direct from Shokz) and you can use REI Rewards dollars towards the purchase.

  104. Martin Richards

    In the UK the Ordnance Survey have the Garmin inReach Messenger at £224.99 instead of the usual £250

    link to shop.ordnancesurvey.co.uk

  105. Blas I.

    I got the Garmin Fenix 6 Pro for $300 at Running Warehouse! Pretty happy, I think that’s an amazing deal. Only way I could upgrade to a Fenix from my Forerunner 245. The FR245 is a great running watch for sure, but very limited for hiking and trail running, I think.