Where can I get a power meter discount on Cyber Monday 2022? Cycling Weekly rounds up the current best tech deals

There are some good discounts out there – but not on everything: we've picked out the best ones

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Cyber Monday is incoming and it's certainly a good time to hunt for cycling tech bargains. Whether you're looking to update your indoor training gear or invest in one of the best power meters, best cycling computers or the best smartwatches for cycling ahead of the new year, there are plenty of deals to be had. 

We recently took a look at which smartwatch and wearable data is worth tracking for cyclists (opens in new tab), with education about recovery (opens in new tab) and fuelling (opens in new tab) being massive draws for investing in such a device. With smartwatches being one of the most discounted product categories this Cyber Monday, now could be the time for you to step up your training.

Searching for the right products at the right price can be time consuming. To save you the time and the effort we've collated some of the best deals of cycling tech.

Cyber Monday: best tech deals

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If you're interested in the complete range of cycling deals we've tracked down so far – across clothing and components as well as more tech – you can hop over to our main Cyber Monday bike deals hub page just over here. 

And finally, we've split the page between US and UK deals. So, for those on the east side of the Atlantic, just scroll down the page or use this link to jump straight to all our UK deals.

Quick deals

Shop cycling at Amazon USA (opens in new tab)

Backcountry: (opens in new tab) Up to 36% off Suunto watches 

Wiggle: (opens in new tab) 4iiii power meters from $291.99

Competitive Cyclist: (opens in new tab) Up to 52% off Continental's Grand Prix 5000 Clincher Tire

Quick deals UK

Shop cycling at Amazon UK (opens in new tab)

Tredz (opens in new tab): £200 off Tacx Neo 2 Smart Trainer + discounts on Elite trainers

Wiggle (opens in new tab): Power meter cranks from £209.99

ProBikeKit: (opens in new tab) Garmin watches from £171.99

Rutland Cycling: 40% off Saris H3 turbo trainer

Cyber Monday deals USA

Smartwatches

now $411.35 at Amazon (opens in new tab)

Garmin Fenix 6 Pro

Was $599.99 now $411.35 at Amazon (opens in new tab)

Packed with features, the Fenix 6 does everything you might want. Beyond just tracking your rides and runs (along with many other sports) it comes preloaded with TOPO maps to help guide you on your way. To drill into the details, you can read our review (opens in new tab) here.

now $441.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)

Garmin Forerunner 945

Was $599.99 now $441.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)

We reviewed the Forerunner 945 earlier this year and this is what we said: "It's difficult not to get excited about this watch. This is an outstanding bit of kit that is undoubtedly worth every cent of its $599.99. Now discounted to under $400 this is an excellent deal. Read our full review of the Forerunner 945 (opens in new tab).

now $187.00 at Amazon (opens in new tab)

Garmin Forerunner 245 Music 

Was $349.99 now $187.00 at Amazon (opens in new tab)

Arguably the Edge 530 of Garmin's GPS watch range, it provides the heart rate and GPS tracking you need for an effective workout across a huge range of sports – as well as storing music and other smartwatch functions. The performance versus price ratio is particularly good with this model.

now $179.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)

Garmin Vivoactive 4

Was $329.99 now $179.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)

With plenty of in-built sports apps and on-screen animated strength and yoga workouts, the Vivoactive is great to use to support your bike riding. Smart notifications, music and incident detection will also ensure you stay connected, motivated and safe while riding. 

now $159.17 at Amazon (opens in new tab)

Garmin Instinct 

Was $249.99 now $159.17 at Amazon (opens in new tab)

Built to withstand the craziest bikepacking adventures, this is Garmin's rugged smartwatch with a 3-axis compass and barometric altimeter, as well as multiple GPS system support. Useful navigation features include a routing mode that lets you navigate the same course back to your starting point. 

now $99.95 at Amazon (opens in new tab)

Fitbit Charge 5

Was $149.95 now $99.95 at Amazon (opens in new tab)

With 24/7 heart rate tracking and built-in GPS the Fitbit Charge 5 is useful for tracking exercise and a Daily Readiness Score lets you know whether you're ready to work out or if you should prioritise recovery (opens in new tab) to avoid overtraining (opens in new tab)


now $139.95 at Best Buy (opens in new tab)

Fitbit Sense Advanced Smartwatch

Was $299.95 now $139.95 at Best Buy (opens in new tab)


This Fitbit Sense has the ability to track all the usual fitness metrics, but also the capabilities to deep dive in to health data such as stress responses, monitor heart rhythm, and helping you stay alert if you fall out of set parameters. With on board GPS, Bluetooth for hands-free calls and built in Google Assist or Amazon Alexa, this could be the idea cross over fitness/ life organising watch.

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Fitbit Versa 2 Health and Fitness Smartwatch

Was $149.95 now $98.95 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
The onboard GPS makes this more advanced than a regular fitness tracker, with real-time pace and distance visible. Keep on top of your health goals with the heart rate monitor and the ability to receive a daily readiness score, to make sure you fully rested. Google Assist or Amazon Alexa built in and 6 months Fitbit Premium trial to boot.

now $318.99 at REI (opens in new tab)

Suunto 9 Baro sport watch

Was $500.00 now $318.99 at REI (opens in new tab)

The Baro 9 GPS watch is packed with features including Waypoint names for easy navigation and route planning and separate training modes to help preserve battery life. As for the battery life it offers up to 170 hours in tour mode. There's also a barometric function that provides storm warnings and a heart rate monitor too.

Cycling computers

now $165.65 at Amazon (opens in new tab)

Garmin Edge 530

Was $299.99 now $165.65 at Amazon (opens in new tab)

With access to as much data as you could ever need, the 530 equals the performance and functionality of much more expensive cycling computers - it just doesn't have a touchscreen. You can read our full review here (opens in new tab).

now $399.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)

Garmin Edge 1030 Plus

Was $599.99 now $399.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)

Although the Edge 1030 Plus is no longer Garmin's top-tier computer (that'll be the Edge 1040), it's still packed with performance and fitness features including Garmin's useful ClimbPro for gauging your effort up a challenging ascent. The big 3.5in screen also makes it ideal for maps and using for navigation. 

now $199.99 at Wahoo (opens in new tab)

Wahoo Elemnt Roam V1

Was $379.99 now $199.99 at Wahoo (opens in new tab)

The Wahoo Elemnt Roam has had an upgrade this year, and although the V1 is not the newest model, it really impressed when we reviewed it (opens in new tab). Features, compatability and function wise the Roam covers all the basics as well as phone communication alerts, live tracking, and structured training, to name but a few. It's still a solid head unit that will cover adventurers and racers alike – and is currently at highly impressive price. 

now $90.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)

Bryton Rider 320E 

Was $129.00 now $90.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)

The Rider 320E boasts a solid battery life of up to 35 hours. With a 2.3-inch screen this compact device also supports five different satellite systems for reliable GPS coverage in all situations.

now $199.99 at Competitive Cyclist (opens in new tab)

Garmin Edge 130 bundle

Was $249.99 now $199.99 at Competitive Cyclist (opens in new tab)

Garmin's Edge 130 is a high-performing GPS computer with bags of features including impressive mapping and analytics, such ClimbPro, which helps track your efforts on the climbs. This bundle adds in the HRM-Dual heart rate strap, standard mount, and accessories.

Power meters

now $217.49 at Pro Bike Kit USA (opens in new tab)

4iiii Precision 2.0 - 105

Was $311.49 now $217.49 at Pro Bike Kit USA (opens in new tab)

4iiii's power crank has impressed us as one of the cheapest and easiest ways to start riding with power. Although 4iii has now brought out the 3.0, we've found the previous iteration, the 2.0 version (opens in new tab), to be reliably accurate and robust, and so we'd recommend picking up one of the older models while there still is stock.

now $599.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)

Garmin Vector 3S 

Was $635.00 now $599.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)

Offering accurate power readings in a package that makes for easy swapping between bikes, this is the single-sensing version which measures the forces from the left pedal only, and presents a more affordable way of benefiting from power readings in pedal-based form. You can read our full review here (opens in new tab).

now $910.49 at Pro Bike Kit USA (opens in new tab)

Garmin Rally RK200

Was $1212.49 now $910.49 at Pro Bike Kit USA (opens in new tab)

Garmin's Rally pedals are a progression from the Vector 3s and they've seen some notable improvements including a better battery door design which appears to eliminate issues with water ingress. It's the highly accurate dual reading model that's compatible with Look Keo cleats which offers biggest saving right now. But you can still get $169.50 off the Shimano compatible dual model. You can find our full review here (opens in new tab)

now $565.49 at Backcountry (opens in new tab)

Wahoo Powrlink single-sided power meter pedals

Was $649.99 now $565.49 at Backcountry (opens in new tab)

Wahoo's Powrlink power meter pedals provide accurate readings to allow you to train more effectively. Features include automatic calibration and a rechargeable battery with up to 75+ hours of life - and all built around the dual-sided Wahoo Speedplay pedal.

Heart rate monitors

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LifeLine Bluetooth and ANT+ compatible Heart Rate Monitor

Was $56.49 now $22.00 at Wiggle (opens in new tab)

The LifeLine Heart Rate Monitor connects easily to a range of devices and can be used with a wide selection of third-party training apps. It's water resistant to 30 meters and has a range up to 230bpm. The adjustable belt makes it suitable for most.

now $108.30 at Amazon (opens in new tab)

Garmin HRM-Pro

Was $129.99 now $108.30 at Amazon (opens in new tab) 

Usefully this heart rate monitor can store heart rate data so if you can still track your data if you're away from your cycling computer, and sync later, and this can work well across other activities too such as yoga.

now $49.00 at Amazon (opens in new tab)

Polar H7

Was $92.80 now $49.00 at Amazon (opens in new tab)

Providing live heart rate data, this easily adjustable waterproof option is compatible with both fitnesss devices and smartphones, and it also counts calories (opens in new tab). The deal price is for size XS/S only.

Speed/cadence sensors

now $27.00 at Wiggle (opens in new tab)

LifeLine Speed and Cadence Sensors

Was $49.99 now $27.00 at Wiggle (opens in new tab)

LifeLine's handy sensors allow you to accurately track both your speed and your RPM. Armed with Bluetooth 4.0 and ANT+ they are simple to install and connect easily with  a range of devices, including smart phones and cycling computers. 

now $58.76 at Amazon (opens in new tab)

Wahoo RPM Speed and Cadence Sensor

Was $69.99 now $58.76 at Amazon (opens in new tab)

Weighing just seven grams and wireless, this is a great option for tracking your real time cycling speed on your smartphone or cycling computer.

Turbo trainers

now $799.99 at Wahoo (opens in new tab)

Wahoo Kickr V5

Was $1,199.99 now $799.99 at Wahoo (opens in new tab)

Even though Wahoo recently launched the Kickr V6, the changes from the V5 are relatively modest, making the current discount on the V5 a tempting option. With +/-1% power accuracy, gradient simulation up to 20%, smooth feeling erg mode, a compact packaway size, and in not needing to be manually calibrated, the Kickr V5 certainly ticks most boxes. Check out our in-depth review of the Wahoo Kickr V5 (opens in new tab) here.


now $626.80 at Amazon (opens in new tab)

Saris H3 

Was $1,099.99 now $626.80 at Amazon (opens in new tab)

The H3 has a very sturdy platform for hard efforts and does everything you really need from a turbo - it can simulate gradients up to 20 per cent and has a high accuracy of +/- two per cent. Read our full review here. (opens in new tab)

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Elite Direto XR 

Was $1,000 now $599.93 at REI (opens in new tab)

The Elite Direto can simulate gradients up to 24 per cent,  can generate up to 2,300 watts and has a high accuracy of +/- 1.5 per cent. And after your sesssion is over, thelegs can be folded for easy storage. A solid choice made even better by the huge discount it's on right now. You can find our full review here (opens in new tab).

Headphones

now $143.95 at Amazon (opens in new tab)

Shokz OpenRun Pro

Was 179.95 now $143.95 at Amazon (opens in new tab)

Open-ear design headphones allow you to still hear your surroundings while listening to music. The OpenRun Pro model keeps things light thanks to the titanium frame and has a useful five-minute quick charge for up to 1.5 hours of battery life.

now $79.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)

Haylou PurFree headphones

Was $119.99 now $79.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)

These bone conduction headphones boast a very  similar design and functionality to the well known Shokz OpenRuns, and with their much lower price they come highly recommended. Your ears remain open to ambient noise and the sound quality is excellent. Plus, no matter how hard we've tried, we haven't managed to sweat them to death. Find our full review here (opens in new tab). With an Amazon Prime account you'll have access to this full discount. If not, you'll still be able to get these for $94.99 with the $5 coupon.

UK Cyber Monday deals

Shop cycling at Amazon UK (opens in new tab)

Tredz (opens in new tab): £200 off Tacx Neo 2 Smart Trainer + discounts on Elite trainers

Wiggle (opens in new tab): Power meter cranks from £209.99

ProBikeKit: (opens in new tab) Garmin watches from £171.99

Rutland Cycling: 10% off Saris H3 turbo trainer

Smartwatches UK

now £267.16 at Amazon (opens in new tab)

Garmin Venu 2

Was £349.99 now £267.16 at Amazon (opens in new tab)

25 built-in sport apps let you track your rides plus other activities such as yoga and running. Also benefit from a full suite of health and wellness features which include sleep score with insights, stress tracking and energy monitoring. This model also has space to download up to 650 songs including from playlists on Spotify to stay motivated while exercising. 

Cycling computers UK

now £159.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)

Garmin Edge 530

Was £259.99 now £159.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)

It may lack the touchscreen of the more expensive models, but the Edge 530 is no less capable, supplying as much data as you could ever need. The 530 equals the performance and functionality of much more expensive cycling computers. Read our full review (opens in new tab).


now £109.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)

Garmin Varia RTL515

Was £169.99 now £109.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)

The rear-facing radar and light is a game changer. If you wish you had eyes in the back of your head when you're out riding... well, now you do. Normally pretty expensive, much more affordable with this excellent deal. Read our full review (opens in new tab).

Power meters UK

now £194.99 at ProBikeKit (opens in new tab)

4iiii 2.0 power meter - 105 

Was £249.00 now £194.99 at ProBikeKit (opens in new tab)

Ideal for a Shimano 105-equipped road bike, this crank-based power meter just slots on like a regular crank arm and allows you to benefit from power output readings with an high accuracy of +/- 1 per cent. You can read our full review (opens in new tab)of the previous version here - we were very impressed.


now £379.99 at Chain Reaction Cycles (opens in new tab)

Favero Assioma Uno power meter pedals

Was £449.00 now £379.99 at Chain Reaction Cycles (opens in new tab)

The cheaper single sided version of Favero's highly rated Assioma pedals has an acuracy rate of 1 per cent, and represents an accessible means of riding with reliable power readings. The pedals are USB rechargeable via a magnetic connection, meaning no fiddling with rubber seals and ports. Find our review of the dual-sided model here (opens in new tab)

now £494.99 at Wiggle (opens in new tab)

Wahoo Powrlink single-sided power meter pedals

Was £549.99 now £494.99 at Wiggle (opens in new tab)

Built around Wahoo's dual-entry Speedplay pedal, the Powrlink provide accurate single sided readings to allow you to train more effectively. The rechargable battery provides up to 75+ hours of life, and the automatic calibration is also a handy feature. 

Heart rate monitors UK