This week, we bring you quite an electronics-heavy Sunday Trading. It starts with a great 33% discount on a Garmin Edge 520 cycling computer, a nifty device that's perfect for boosting your training this winter. Even better for winter training is the second product listed here – the Tacx Neo. Smart training is big, and the 19% discount here could offer a way into it. We then round this week out with our favourite Lazer Z1 helmet and a Castelli Alpha ROS jacket that should keep you warm this winter.
The products featured have been chosen because we know they’re good quality and are an excellent offer at the price we’ve included (at the time of writing). Our tech team have unrivalled expertise and years of experience testing new products, so you can trust our recommendations – and we also know what represents a good deal. Where we’ve reviewed the product we’ve included a link to it so you can read more.
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Garmin Edge 520 was £239.99, now £164.99
Read more: Garmin Edge 520 review
The excellent Garmin Edge 520 cycling computer is now on a 31% discount, making now the time to upgrade if you want to push you performance. The computer is filled with technical features and can perform advanced analysis on you V02 Max and much more.
It's a good size and uses buttons rather than a touchscreen so it's not plagued by buggy software. Plus, its compatibility with Strava will have you taking PBs everywhere you ride.
Tacx Neo was £1199, now £974.99
Read more: Tacx Neo smart trainer review
If you haven't already tried it, smart turbos make indoor training much more bearable. The auto-adjusting resistance, the ability to train with real people and use Zwift has made smart turbos a remarkable success.
The Tacx Neo is a leading example, and while it's not cheap, it's good to see it on a discount.
Shimano S-Phyre shoes were £299, now £199
Read more: Shimano S-Phyre shoes review
The Shimano S-Phyre shoes became one of the leading pairs on the market last year and received a deserving spot on our Editor's choice list.
The classy white is matched by a very stiff carbon sole, eliminating flex when pedalling. Retention is sorted by two Boa Dials, which makes getting the perfect fit nice and easy.
Lazer Z1 helmet was £199, now £54
Read more: Lazer Z1 helmet review
We love the Lazer Z1 helmet so much that we awarded it a spot on our Editor's Choice list last year, and for good reason. It has the lightweight Rollsy retention system that keeps the helmet comfortable round the back of the head. The helmet itself is seriously lightweight and you'll hardly feel it on your head.
Castelli Alpha ROS jacket was £210, now £105
ROS stands for Rain or Shine, signalling that this jacket from Castelli is designed to be able to do it all, whatever the weather. It's a highly technical piece of kit, featuring Gore Windstopper technology on the front and plenty of waterproofing that should keep you dry if it starts showering when you're out.
Want more great deals?
Lezyne Superdrive 1500l front light was £109, now £82
Powerbar Powergels were £33.99, now from £19.95
dhb Classic long sleeve jersey was £55, now £33
De Rosa Idol frameset was £2599, now £1299
Elite SuperCrono Mag Force turbo trainer was £225, now £149
Giro Empire E70 Knit shoes were £199, now from £152
Oakley Jawbreaker Prizm glasses were £175, now £109
Castelli Squadra ER jacket was £45, now £33.76
Shimano 105 pedals were £109.99 now £86.99 at Tredz
Check back next week for more deals
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