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Aftershokz Trekz Titanium Wireless Headphones - Slate (with code) - £81.66 @ ProBikeKit
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The lightweight and comfortable Trekz Titanium wireless stereo headphones are the safest alternative to traditional sport headphones and earbuds. Bone conduction technology, an ope… Read more

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kramer208822nd Sep

If you cycle with headphones on you are an accident waiting.to happen. I …If you cycle with headphones on you are an accident waiting.to happen. I was cycling behind a guy the other day shouting at the top of.my voice that his phone was going to fall out of his back pocket. When it did he eventually noticed when the Bluetooth signal was lost...all I could do to run over it with both wheels !

That's exactly what these headphones are designed for. You hear the noise in your head but your ears are totally uncovered. You hear everything as if you have no headphones at all.

If you cycle with headphones on you are an accident waiting.to happen. I was cycling behind a guy the other day shouting at the top of.my voice that his phone was going to fall out of his back pocket. When it did he eventually noticed when the Bluetooth signal was lost...all I could do to run over it with both wheels !

mjr6002 h, 17 m ago

I am talking about this exact spec/pair, the sound quality was a big …I am talking about this exact spec/pair, the sound quality was a big disappointment, that said if you just want some background music to spur you on whilst running/cycling and still be able to hear traffic then they will be just fine, I still think they are overpriced though.

I've just got back from a run after deciding to open them and they were fantastic. Comfortable, could hear the traffic, buttons easy to turn it down/skip a song. Had to turn it down from full volume at one point as it drowned out all the outside noise while running down country lanes. On just slightly lower volumes you can then hear traffic coming. I felt much safer than regular headphones that still block sound even if you've paused because you've blocked your ears with them.
Definitely immersive and far from just background noise. Bass was bassy, mid range was fine and it didn't peek in the high range.
Worth the money imo and I paid £109 for mine.
To note - I've also got SCDS where a bone is missing from my middle ear so I get lots of internal sounds when I talk or eat and I worried whether these would function for me but they were brilliant.
Edited by: "jenmumof5" 14th Sep

jenmumof551 m ago

Are you guys definitely talking about this model of these? These are the …Are you guys definitely talking about this model of these? These are the high end ones and really well reviewed on amazon


I am talking about this exact spec/pair, the sound quality was a big disappointment, that said if you just want some background music to spur you on whilst running/cycling and still be able to hear traffic then they will be just fine, I still think they are overpriced though.

Are you guys definitely talking about this model of these? These are the high end ones and really well reviewed on amazon
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Aftershokz Trekz Titanium Wireless Bone Conduction Headphones £84.99 @ Probikekit
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Only in Ocean (blue), and no use to me as I wanted the mini ones, but best price around by quite a bit. £25 less than Amazon. Well regarded bone conduction headphones, ideal for r… Read more

life_in_hd4 h, 53 m ago

It wouldn't let me use the code unless I created an account.

I was signed into my existing account.

CampGareth1 m ago

Good for what they're intended for, but not good for music quality. The …Good for what they're intended for, but not good for music quality. The intention is to hear music while still being aware of your surroundings and nothing else can do that, great for say cycling or running outside. If you're running on a treadmill or sat at a desk you'd be better off with normal earphones.

Thx :-) so I'll stay with normal earphones then

It wouldn't let me use the code unless I created an account.
maltloaf_df5 m ago

Didn't work for me sadly. [Image]

quglarz8 m ago

Is this any good ? How's music quality and bass ?


Good for what they're intended for, but not good for music quality. The intention is to hear music while still being aware of your surroundings and nothing else can do that, great for say cycling or running outside. If you're running on a treadmill or sat at a desk you'd be better off with normal earphones.

life_in_hd51 m ago

Extra 12% off with code VB1PBK making them £74.79! Dammit my paypal …Extra 12% off with code VB1PBK making them £74.79! Dammit my paypal slipped.....

Didn't work for me sadly.
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High5 ISO Gel x 25 mixed just £8.10 + £1.99 Del with code @ ProBikeKit (Free Del wys £10)
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25 x High5 ISO Gel - mixed box just £8.10. The sale price is £8.99 but use the code VB10 for 10% off. + £1.99 Del good price but delivery is an extra £1.99. Free delivery is a te… Read more

Just type 'a' and price ascending on wiggle and there are loads of penny items

Original Poster

Nonetheless, it's still a great deal if you're stocking up and buying multiple. I got myself the electrolytes too which gave me free delivery.

Good luck finding something on Wiggle for 2p to get your free delivery...

Rossingul22 m ago

£8.98 on Wiggle and only need £9 for delivery threshold so pick addon i …£8.98 on Wiggle and only need £9 for delivery threshold so pick addon item.Cold

£8.98 on Wiggle and only need £9 for delivery threshold so pick addon item.

Cold

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My bad. Thanks Henners. Looks like code SAV10 gets 10% off.

5% code - VCUKPBK5
Powertap P1S Single Powermeter Pedals £419.89 @ ProBikekit
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Seems cheapest is about £550. Seems a good deal, but if anyone can find cheaper i'd love to hear as I really want some, but they are such a luxury. Use discount code PBK17 at che… Read more

Will these be compatible with my muddyfox bike?

MAdam9818 h, 48 m ago

I think you're both clueless.Power is useful for all cyclists. In fact …I think you're both clueless.Power is useful for all cyclists. In fact many coaches say that they are most useful for beginners! (Though I'm not of course advocating for beginners to go and buy a pm straight away).As for using them for a sportive - well that is a perfectly good reason to buy a power meter. A very small proportion of cyclists race. I myself time trial and would find a power meter incredibly useful. In fact, I dare say I would find it significantly more useful than the vast majority of low level racers who will only race short crits.I guess for you using a carbon bike for a sportive is also for those from "the new blood of the golfing set"!!!


>using them for a sportive - well that is a perfectly good reason to buy a power meter

In the same way buying a Ferrari just to drop the kids off at school is? Its overkill and an indulgence for most.

I agree; TT's are indeed races (of truth) where power meters come into their own; trying to meter out your maximum sustainable output over a set distance without fading.

Arguably if you are "training" rather than just riding, there is a justification but even amongst my clubs riders its few and far between (perhaps less than 25).

Your carbon bike comment is a bit trite; it's all about ride quality and power transfer (when I made the step up from alu. I immediately noticed how stiff the downtube was which really aided climbing) and far less of a luxury than power meters. But then you could further regress your argument to downtube shifters vs sti, 11 speed vs 9 speed etc...

I agree they have a place but as a beginner, learning to ride on feel based on your body's signals is a basic skill youll appreciate when your power meter pedals unexpectedly have to be sent off for repair a few days before your sportive.
Different strokes and all that...
Edited by: "jazid" 18th Jul

jazid15th Jul

Clueless.The small percentage of racers that would buy these are not …Clueless.The small percentage of racers that would buy these are not primarily buying them for the pedal functionality. If that was all they were interested in, then a 20 to 50 quid set of plain old 3 bolt pedals would suffice.Having said that, there is the new blood of the golfing set that would probably be buying these to meter out their power for their sportives...

I think you're both clueless.
Power is useful for all cyclists. In fact many coaches say that they are most useful for beginners! (Though I'm not of course advocating for beginners to go and buy a pm straight away).
As for using them for a sportive - well that is a perfectly good reason to buy a power meter. A very small proportion of cyclists race.
I myself time trial and would find a power meter incredibly useful. In fact, I dare say I would find it significantly more useful than the vast majority of low level racers who will only race short crits.

I guess for you using a carbon bike for a sportive is also for those from "the new blood of the golfing set"!!!

Powermeters are expensive, but as they're becoming more popular they are coming down in price. Hopefully in the next 5-10 years they'll be commonplace and as popular as a heart rate monitor.

For me it's the only way to train.

jazid

Clueless.The small percentage of racers that would buy these are not … Clueless.The small percentage of racers that would buy these are not primarily buying them for the pedal functionality. If that was all they were interested in, then a 20 to 50 quid set of plain old 3 bolt pedals would suffice.Having said that, there is the new blood of the golfing set that would probably be buying these to meter out their power for their sportives...


Golf eh?
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Extra 20% off Under Armour including -  SpeedForm Fortis 2 Running Shoes £43.99 / Other UA gear / footwear with EXTRA 10% off too @ Probikekit (See OP for a couple of examples)
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Good price on these right now, there's an extra 20% off code - PBKUA Which should work on everything HERE - If you're a fan of UA then you'll probably find some other good… Read more
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What are their compression shirts like for sizing. I have L UA polos but can also get away with their medium polos.

Nice deal, heat added, dont forget quidco etc

under armour really dropped the ball lately, their gear is tacky and the logo features too large. The new shorts with a massive logo on the back waist band sucks. Keep it classy and it was decent. clothes are comfortable and great but just needs a bit of class
2x High5 Sports Energy Gel Mixed Flavours - Box of 20 (40 in total) £13.48 @ Probikekit (Using code)
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Cheapest I can see these is around £7.99 per box of 20 If you want to stock up you can get these at £7.49 per box, although free delivery is £10+ If you add 2 to your basket and … Read more
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I feel like I have to wade in... Having done many endurance activities, these are a god-send. Great find, if you dont like them, don't buy them. Don't forget that it's not just your body that needs these sugars, your brain cannot function without sugar, try riding the last ten miles of a hundred mile cycle, or the last two miles of a marathon without extra energy. Brain without sugar = mistakes, injury or death.

Sami24

Anyone know if you can take these whilst breastfeeding?



As I was posting that I knew I'd get a comment like that

Sami24

Anyone know if you can take these whilst breastfeeding?


Well if you are not holding the baby with both hands, then yes.

Anyone know if you can take these whilst breastfeeding?

Fantastic! Ordered! They saved the day with my first ever marathon last Sunday! Hit a wall and they brought me back! Thanks for posting
60% off Las helmets on Pro Bike Kit plus extra 10% for new customers
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Was looking for a good deal on a new cycle helmet saw these at 60% off and some good reviews too http://road.cc/content/review/35724-las-victory-helmet so decided to pull the trigg… Read more

Nice one

They cancelled my order as red was not in stock. Instead of asking if I would like the yellow or black.
I order 2 helmets and they mucked me around.

Oh well win some lose some. Off to my LBS.

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jessiechops

Thanks op more money spent thanks to hot UK deals, you can save 10 per … Thanks op more money spent thanks to hot UK deals, you can save 10 per cent on a first order with the code FIRST10 upon checkout heat added


Thanks updated the first post

Thanks lozzerking , needed a new helmet after a crash (car turning into me).

Thanks jessiechops for the code!

Sure a lorry will squash you but small impacts are absorbed instead of your skull.

Just hope it is posted in bubble wrap etc.

Thanks op more money spent thanks to hot UK deals, you can save 10 per cent on a first order with the code FIRST10 upon checkout heat added
CONTINENTAL GRAND PRIX 4SEASON CLINCHER TYRE TWIN PACK 700c 25mm £40.59 @ probikekit
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Been keeping an eye on this tyre for a while and the cheapest I found was around £30 per tyre so just over £40 for 2 I thought was amazing! Also 4.4% tcb This is for the 700c 25mm… Read more

Got an e-mail saying that my payment info was incorrect - I assume this was because of the pricing error.

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1 puncture in 4000 miles on these. That's was a big pot holes pinch flat. Great price for these. I'm after 28mm now though

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i got my set delivered. £40. must have been lucky

My order was not honored. Do consumers have any rights when it comes to issues such as these?
TOMTOM SPARK FIT SPORTS WATCH £72 @ ProBikeKit
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Tom tom spark gps watch. 29% off and an Extra 10% off with 'atm10' code. This is the base model without heart rate or music but they also have the other models. I was looking for … Read more

Nice find. I have the Tom Tom multi sport and love it. I upgraded to a garmin vivoactive but have yet to record a ride on it
Tacx Pro-Form Yellow Jersey Trainer £109.39 @ ProBikeKit
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This looks like a good deal for the trainer plus mat. The skyliner is also shown in the picture but isnt mentioned in the spec. I believe this is the Blue Motion trainer (they are… Read more

Thanks

Not tall enough to be a clothes storage device.
I have a similar model and it struggles to do anything but take up space in the garage.
Shimano CM-1000 Sports Camera - HD 1080P £69.99 @ Probikekit
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Looks like a bargain to me... if you want to make videos on the bike with sensor overlays. You can operate with the accompanying iPhone/Android app and edit videos with the Window… Read more

oos

Voted cold by accident. Sorry.

HunterGatherer

Review from a guy who knows his stuff........from 2 years ago though - no … Review from a guy who knows his stuff........from 2 years ago though - no idea whether Shimano have dropped this as a product which might account for the price now............still, it's a water-proof action cam for £70. :)http://www.dcrainmaker.com/2014/07/shimano-cm-1000-action-camera.html



​He's still an idiot

Review from a guy who knows his stuff........from 2 years ago though - no idea whether Shimano have dropped this as a product which might account for the price now............still, it's a water-proof action cam for £70.

dcrainmaker.com/201…tml

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Waksta

Looks great for the price but the Amazon reviews aren't the best. Voted … Looks great for the price but the Amazon reviews aren't the best. Voted Hot anyway as it's about £150 on Amazon.



Yep - probably need to consider the editing software compatibility also.
Shimano CM-1000 action cam £74.99 possibly £64.38 with code probikekit
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edit: still available at this price! If you're a first time customer, use code VC15PBK for a further 15% (£11.25) off, bringing it to £64.38 with free delivery. Uses standard GoP… Read more

Bargain. Nice find. Ordered, cheers

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lightrider

Good deal,like the camera for its features but you can get better quality … Good deal,like the camera for its features but you can get better quality video for less its only 1080p 30fps with a lot of blurring at the edges



I agree - you can indeed get better quality for less, but this one should serve my requirements better. It's down to what you actually need in the end, and I needed a cycle "safety cam" that's less bulky and doesn't have horrible battery life

Good deal,like the camera for its features but you can get better quality video for less its only 1080p 30fps with a lot of blurring at the edges

I've been umming and ahhhing over a camera...your post has swung it + the review, which is very positive. Just ordered one and should get it time for my French bike trip... Thanks....Phil

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Seems a very good price. Might get one for the motorbike. 2 hour battery life is enough for me.
Garmin Edge 520 Performance Bundle £224.99 with code @ Probikekit
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The Garmin Edge 520 Performance Bundle usually retails at approximately £250.00. Using the code 'FIRSTUK' you can get this bundle for £224.99! Free postage too :)

Think expired now - I get "Unfortunately the discount code you have used is not applicable to the contents of your basket." when I tried to order

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hedgemonkey9874

Cold for me. Bought one a couple of weeks ago through Black's which was … Cold for me. Bought one a couple of weeks ago through Black's which was on HUKD for under £150 including all the sensors.



​I can't find that on HUKD?

Cold for me. Bought one a couple of weeks ago through Black's which was on HUKD for under £150 including all the sensors.

KristianB93

Interesting! Have you any more information on the new products and their … Interesting! Have you any more information on the new products and their expected release dates?



There's still no official word from Garmin but lots of leaks - the5krunner.com/201…20/

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madaseggs

Good price but bear in mind that there's rumoured to be a couple of new … Good price but bear in mind that there's rumoured to be a couple of new Edge devices coming out soon so expect further price drops.


Interesting! Have you any more information on the new products and their expected release dates?
Zipped Under Armour hoodie size XL £18.45 delivered with code SIZE10UK @ ProBikeKit
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Great price for a zipped through hoodie from a respected brand and a nice size to boot which many will fit into!

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Jumpingphil

So, until you hit expire, people can and will still vote this cold. So … So, until you hit expire, people can and will still vote this cold. So hit it.


I pressed expire before I posted my comment.
The deal stayed below 0° while it was still in stock..



Rich069

OOS

Rich069

OOS




So, until you hit expire, people can and will still vote this cold. So hit it.

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Rich069

OOS


Sold out quickly!
Got -16° heat and people bought it anyway, take that HUKD community!

OOS

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Some cheap jogging bottoms to be had at under £20 with code, take a look through!
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Under Armour Iron Man compression top size XXL £18.44 with code SIZE10UK delivered @ ProBikeKit RRP £45!
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Great fun for the gym, this would probably suit someone who is 46ish inch chest and have a slightly looser fit. I've got a 42 inch chest and XL fits but can chafe a little on under… Read more

I've never seen anyone wearing this **** at the gym and if I did they probably would never come to that gym again out of pure shame.

About half the cost on ebay/Aliexpress of you can afford to wait.

Embarrassing these mate

great fun at the gym for who? oO
the guys pointing at you?!
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Fizik R1 Road Cycling Shoe £116.99 + Free Del @ ProBikeKit [Using New customer Code]
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These are already the cheapest at £129.99, made even better using code: FIRST10UK Reducing them down to £116.99 delivered Really good reviews on these riding shoes and seem to be… Read more
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I also got a similar pair in red for around £50/£60 from Planet X a couple of years back. Great shoe, they look great, lasted well too, apart from middle strap breaking off whilst doing them up before Ride London last year. I still use them, but have some new northwave's to replace them. Recommended. Agree with coleaj, the box they come in is well fancy.

I bought a pair of these shoes in red a couple of years ago when they were on offer for £50. I have found them very light, extremely comfortable and no flex noticeable from the sole. I only wear them in dry conditions (I wouldn't know how they perform in the wet). Don't expect the durability of man made materials on usual shoes. The box they come in looks the business on its own, but this deal is quite a lot more than I paid.

NeoTrix

Fair enough What are the R3s like other than that? Was looking at … Fair enough What are the R3s like other than that? Was looking at those previously.


I've not had them long, but the soles feel incredibly stiff compared to my previous northwave carbons. It really feels like you're getting full power transfer. Another thing to note is I had to size down half a size from my regular shoe size, which is uncommon for cycling shoes.

You could get a ca.....I mean bike for that
Edited by: "sazza6969" 22nd Apr 2016

rodman

Diadora shoes is to play footballCheck the Fizik R1 review RRP … Diadora shoes is to play footballCheck the Fizik R1 review RRP £299http://www.bikeradar.com/road/gear/category/clothing/shoes/product/review-fizik-r1-14-48865/



I wouldn't want to play football in those, not very flexible and no grip at all X)
2 x Continental Grand Prix 4000S II Folding Road Tyre  £48.78 delivered @ ProBikeKit
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Add two to bag (£30.29 each) and use code PBK to get a 20% discount. Works across whole site but max is £40 off so no point trying to splash out on carbon clinchers or whatever wit… Read more

No difference in acceleration for me, find them a more comfortable and smoother ride. Appears no negative impact on overall speed so far. Really like them.

Just put these on my Wilier Zero 9, roll really nicely, 25mm much more … Just put these on my Wilier Zero 9, roll really nicely, 25mm much more comfortable than the 23mm I had on before. Awkward to get on tubeless rims though. Paid £52 Inc pp through Merlin Cycles.



Sorry - a bit late to reply as the thread is now covered in cobwebs. I just wondered if you'd be able to offer up a little more feedback in regards to your move from 23 to 25. Do you find that acceleration is tougher, and how do they hold up to buzz from the roads?

Just put these on my Wilier Zero 9, roll really nicely, 25mm much more comfortable than the 23mm I had on before. Awkward to get on tubeless rims though. Paid £52 Inc pp through Merlin Cycles.

awesome tyres. great price.

myOpinion2

I've got these on my bike but am not sure they are what they used to be, … I've got these on my bike but am not sure they are what they used to be, I've had a couple fail now with quite low mileage.



I've had a pair of these on my road bike since June 2015 - I use my bike every day and have only had *touch wood* one puncture. I've tried soooo many different tyres over the past five years or so and I'm definitely happiest when using these - less rolling resistance than most, fantastic in the wet, and I've never had to be uber-careful on corners. Just need an excuse to replace my 23 versions with 25s now!

What's the betting that I'll now get up tomorrow morning and find that both tyres are flat?