The best tech deals around the web in the lead-up to Black Friday
With the festive season not too far away, many cyclists will no doubt be looking for that perfect Christmas gift for a loved one (or to recommend to a loved one). Some such items can represent a rather hefty investment, but thankfully the Black Friday sales period is well and truly in full swing, with plenty of opportunities to make a saving.
We've rounded up a collection of the best looking tech deals within the Black Friday sales. That means fitness tracking devices like Garmin Edge computers and Fitbits, as well as heart rate monitors, turbo trainers and even lights which will alert you of oncoming traffic from behind.
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The Wahoo ELEMNT GPS is popular for its ease of set up, link it with your phone to sort all your fields. Communication takes place via Bluetooth or ANT+, and this device offers navigation as well as distance, speed and elevation as well as power and heart rate when paired.View Deal
Fully loaded with all the top Garmin tech available, it is one down from being the top of the range in the Garmin cycling computer series. Able to connect to almost all smart and turbo trainers too, it is ideal for use in and out of the house.View Deal
While it is less know as the big brands of Garmin and Fitbit, the Letsfit Smart Watch is still a great buy and at a very competitive price. Available in six colours and doubling up as a heart rate monitor, it also has all the settings you will want to track your progress in trainer and even in your sleep.View Deal
Turbo trainer deals are thin on the ground in this Black Friday period, but we have found one. The Mag 5 is a quality trainer with five resistance settings that can be controlled from the handlebar mounted control.View Deal
A light that can detect danger coming up behind you thanks to its radar system, this light is ideal for safety. Not only can everyone see the 220 degrees wide stretching beam that is visible from 140 metres, but you can see that something is coming up behind you as well.View Deal
A very high powered super bright light that will help you see on the darkest of nights. With a possible 1700 lumens available from it, hence the name. Depending on setting it can last from two to 150 hours.View Deal
The basic version of the Garmin oat the top, the 130 doesn't have as much tech as the 1030 does, but it still does the standard stuff, tracking your pace, distance and even helping with navigation.View Deal
The ideal multisport watch. With setting for running, swimming and, of course, cycling as well as other sports. Along with the Garmin Elevate heart rate monitor to give you exact data while exercising. It also connects to your phone.View Deal