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RAVPower FileHub, Travel Router AC750 File Transfer and Storage - £36.32 - Sold by Sunvalleytek-UK and Fulfilled by Amazon - lightning deal
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Posted 23rd AugPosted 23rd Aug
Wireless Data Transfer and Backup Anywhere] Connect SD cards, portable hard drive, SSD wirelessly to your devices (Phone, iPad, iPad Pro, Tablet, Laptop) for not only stream music,… Read more
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Received mine today, pleasantly surprised to see a USB-C port on it. Also has a 6700mAh battery & model RP-WD009.


Third time I'll have tried ordering this... first time I ordered it during Prime Day, they sent the wrong package - I got a refund but they wouldn't honour the price if I reordered. Waited for it to be a daily deal and then it flat out went missing en route, again got a refund but they wouldn't honour the price for another order. If this doesn't show up, I'll just give up!


Haha nothing wrong with sitting in a Taverna watching the world go by with a beer and having a cheeky check for deals 🙈


Totally addictive HUKD on holiday and on HUKD. I'm also guilty we need to get a life and save money at the same time. Oh and I have one of these as well great product I actually ordered mine in June this year while on holiday.


Bought one the last time it was this price and it has proved to be a very useful device when travelling, especially in hotels for using Chromecast and connecting to a LAN port to get WiFi.

Wahoo ELEMNT GPS Bike Computer @ Amazon - £189.99
Posted 16th AugPosted 16th Aug
A great alternative to the Garmin GPS bike computers, far easier to use. It's never been this cheap before, I suspect as the new colour-screen Wahoo Elemnt Roam has just been relea… Read more

same price at most places


So technically still 'new' email...


you dont need to be new just used a different email


If you are a new customer you get a tenner off anything over £50


What's the new customer offer?

Garmin 820 GPS Cycle Computer - £157 @ Cycle Republic
Posted 2nd AugPosted 2nd Aug
Garmin 820 back in stock from a previous Cycle Republic deal a few months back. Cheaper than the Prime Day deal at £169.99 5% Quidco also Ideal for anyone wanting a decent GPS c… Read more

I’m going to to for the 530 with rebate over this older model. Theres no comparison when you run them side by side and notice the speed difference I did ride London with no problems. I started at 0612 - trick is to leave in early group to avoid issues


yes - Smashed the first 30-40 miles at a record pace then got massively delayed for 1.30hrs whilst we all stopped and let ambulances through. I was one of the last to be allowed up Leith Hill but, because of all the people, we literally had to walk through Dorking and they shut box hill. Dissapointed .


Did you do it? I did and absolutely shattered...very bad organisation though


Touch screen is a bit of a bore on this device...


Or hopefully they are doing the 46 or the 19! I can't imagine doing Leith Hill with any sort of injury...

Garmin Edge 530 GPS Bike Computer, Colour Screen, Navigation - Now with £50 prepaid MasterCard = £209.99 - Vitality members £144.99
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Sold my Edge 130 as it didn't offer much over a GPS watch and have been waiting on a price drop for the 530 but as it's such a new device I thought I would be waiting longer than t… Read more
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I've gone for it anyway - worth a shot! Thanks!


Not applied yet, got to wait 30 days. I'd be surprised if it doesn't though.


OP did you get the prepay card on this as in the Vitality T&Cs it looks like it's not compatible with any Garmin offers?


Love my 530. Amazing little unit. Decent metrics. Easy to use. I bought an after market mountain bike mount for mine and it sits well and out of the way in my handlebars. I looked at the wahoo. I liked the LED idea, but the 530 managed to beat it for my needs. I’ve added 3rd party maps to mine for off road use. It’s made a huge difference. And it works perfectly with a chest strap, cadence sensor, speed sensor etc for further metrics.


I can vouch for them being pretty rugged - I bought a cheap "out front" mount which failed and flipped my 530 into the middle of the road. Luckily it wasn't driven over, but while bruised it still works fine.

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Bike Computer, Wireless, Backlight, 23 Functions - £4.99 Instore @ Aldi
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Bike Computer, Wireless, Backlight, 23 Functions - £4.99 Instore @ Aldi
Nice bike computer (no cadence) wireless, no cable, no mess. Functions on photo.
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I've just bought this. Will update when I set it up/ I bought the £3 wired one from Home Bargains but it was faulty out of the box because the plastic strap for the bike fork cracked after 10 seconds. Hopefully this one is a better design.


It's tiny! About 6cm x 4cm Wit the display About 3.5cm x 2.5cm Voted hot though


I have no idea how long stay sender battery in this unit, but for trek sender (this bt le, speed cadence, mounted inside frame) this same battery stay 1y + Basically, I pay 45+ for speed cadence sensor and 10+ for phone holder, and next problem is condensation, (case is waterproof but morning is affected by condensation) one phone gone to bin, second phone lost touch when in case and not visible in day. Both phone "water resistant". Next step, wired sigma with logging etc, working well, but lost on potholes, next simple wired from Halfords, 10+, battery leaked and no repair / replace, last one - this. For £5 even stay for 6 months is ok.


Why put a solar panel in it and then have the main unit powered by a non-rechargeable battery and have a wireless sender with its own battery. Seems a product that should have a rechargeable battery and a wired sensor to make logical use of the solar panel. That would be a product that was always fully charged. How long does the battery last in the sender unit?


Minus battery, minus non visible at sun, with battery saving problems.

iGPSPORT iGS50E Bluetooth Wireless GPS Bike Computer £46.86 @ Gearbest
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Posted 25th AprPosted 25th Apr
iGPSPORT iGS50E Bluetooth Wireless GPS Bike Computer £46.86 @ Gearbest
£46.86£62.8125%GearBest Deals
Use code - GBIGS50E-YY Gearbest have a good offer on this model using the above code. It's £46.86 or add the Shipping guarantee for an extra £2.04 (Still works out the cheapest… Read more

"(Note: for best use, please remove it from heavy rain.)" (lol) That'll be good for N. Wales then.


What issues are you having with which model and which firmware version?


Yeah was thinking of the bolt


Not a cheap option I know but the Wahoo Elements are great. I found the Lezyne to be really faffy to use.


Are these any good? My Garmin is so buggy I think I want to try something else

Garmin Edge 820 GPS Bike Computer for Performance and Racing - down to £141.75 @ Amazon
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Posted 27th MarPosted 27th Mar
Garmin Edge 820 GPS Bike Computer for Performance and Racing - down to £141.75 @ Amazon
£141.75£157.5010%Amazon Deals
This has gone down in price further to £141.75. Most retailers are still selling this for over £200. Whilst reviews are mixed, it’s a steal at this price. Description from the we… Read more

Despite my previous comment I ordered one to try it as Amazon have a good returns policy. Just gone through the setup and am impressed so far. The true test will be on a 100 miler following a gpx course. It shipped with os v11 so that is a sign it is a recent build.the touch even appears responsive.


Software version is 11.00


Will check the firmware but in navigation options, it does provide an option for popular route which was previously only available in Edge 1030 but not on Edge 820


Will be interesting to hear what firmware it shipped with and how the touchscreen behave and what the battery life is like. Enjoy.


My unit was delivered a couple of days ago. Setup was nice and quick. Integrated with my existing heart rate monitor easily. Speed and cadence sensor ordered too.

Garmin Edge 820 GPS Bike Computer £175 at Amazon
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Posted 15th MarPosted 15th Mar
Garmin Edge 820 GPS Bike Computer £175 at Amazon
Been tracking this one for a while hoping it would reach £200 on a deal of the day. Was surprised to see it this low. Cheaper than the Garmin Edge 520 plus which has good reviews b… Read more

Who says? I got it when purchased this yesterday. Don't forget topcashback too. I read somewhere that 820 is more capable around routes planning than 520. Unlike 520, it can also have additional maps added... At this price - it seemed more of worth than 520. Also that - it features colour maps - that I would prefer more than Wahoo. So the choice.


It is this app. Looks like it's no longer available on Google store for new users, However I still have it in my library and can install. Strange... Found this download from, no idea if it's safe:


That link doesn't work. Is there an archived download somewhere?


Not on sale items though


I have The 520plus and its a much better bit of kit than the 820 which any Bit of rain or sweat causes the screen to change and is hard to use in spring and autumn when using fingered gloves. The mapping is really glitchy too compares to my 520 plus. A friend of mine has a Wahoo bolt and thats been an excellent bit of kit too. I just stuck with garmin as my watch is garmin too so it all runs through garmin connect/training peaks.

Garmin Edge 520 Bundle £199.99 @ Amazon
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Posted 19th JanPosted 19th Jan
Garmin Edge 520 Bundle £199.99 @ Amazon
£199.99£349.9943%Amazon Deals
Good price on this from Amazon. Edge 520 - Key features: In-ride challenges through Strava live segments. Reports cycling-specific VO2 max and recovery time when used with power… Read more
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Not sure what that has to do with this deal. :/


Regular 520 is showing it's age now. Screen is really horrible by today's standards. The bundle seems good value if this is the device you want. But personally i prefer edge 130 over this.


How do you get this price coming up at £281 for me ?


Excellent device. Had one for 2 years with no issues


Awful. Screen is almost unusable. Laggy and non responsive. The garmin 800 has a better screen than this.

XANES SFL15 3in1 800LM T6 Bike Computer Smart Power Display Light with 120db Horn USB Rechargeable Waterproof - £13.67 delivered @ Banggood
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Posted 29th Dec 2018Posted 29th Dec 2018
XANES SFL15 3in1 800LM T6 Bike Computer Smart Power Display Light with 120db Horn USB Rechargeable Waterproof - £13.67 delivered @ Banggood
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There's this too, looks like it might be handy with the horn and speed / distance monitor. Although again, would like a few opinions first.

How do pedestrians react to the buzzer/horn? If it's as loud as the numbers suggest, do they jump out of the way in an attempt to run from the police, or do they turn round and hurl verbal abuse because you've caused their heart rate to spike?


Isn't that better than a car going into you?


I bought this. It is very bright However I have yet to test out how long does the battery last. As for the horn. Yup. Good bye eardrums!


.20 pence cheaper if ordered via app.


120db. Goodbye eardrums.

USB rechargeable 3 in 1 bike light with built in bike computer and horn £7.93 delivered @ Gearbest
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USB rechargeable 3 in 1 bike light with built in bike computer and horn £7.93 delivered @ Gearbest
Just bought one of these for the OH as he commutes to work on his bike days and nights and he is always saying that he has so many near misses with people in cars on their phones n… Read more

When you remove the main unit it looks like you will have 2 cables left attached to the handlebars which will be a bit unsightly plus might leave electrical contact points exposed to the elements on the ends of the cables. I think removable cycle computers for example have a sort of scratch over mounting so as you push them back in the contact points get a quick scrape as the contact points are spring loaded. The solution here might lead to intermittant electrical connections. Also the main unit looks too heavy for the simple rubber mounting so it wouldn't surprise me if the torch struggles to stay in position. I have problems with much smaller lights with a similar mounting system. I would of thought this needed to be a screw on bracket. All complete guesses based on how it looks in the images. Perhaps someone who receives it can give a basic review here.


Interesting device, though generally I wouldn't have lights fitted during daytime riding (which would be most riding), so not completely sure of the point of having a cycle computer installed


It says it's 800 lumens which if true is plenty for city riding. Also looks like it has good side lighting from the pictures, so it's probably worth a punt at this price.


Thank you. Bought 2. Been looking for it. I like the horn feature. Hope it last and proper waterproof


I assume it will come with the sensor and magnet even though its not mentioned on the advert. I think the advert doesn't show these parts just to make the item look more sophisticated as if it doesn't need one. The sensor and magnet are cheap parts which I think they would include. I think by omitting those parts you may assume it has a gps unit inside (like I did until I did a bit of research). You get cheap smartphones with gps chips that retail sub £20 on occasion so it's not impossible in the future a transferable unit with a gps will be possible. I got this one when there was a pricing error at £1 (plus about £9 postage from Germany). It comes with a bike mount and with no cables offers speed etc. So I guess the technology will become available cheaper where you simply mount a device and it will track its location and the relative speed etc.

Garmin Edge 820 GPS Bike Computer - £174.99 Amazon Lightning Deal
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Garmin Edge 820 GPS Bike Computer - £174.99 Amazon Lightning Deal
£174.99£219.9920%Amazon Deals
Whether your goal is to beat yesterday with a faster or longer ride or dial in your training for a race, Garmin Edge 820 puts the features you crave at your fingertips. This compac… Read more

better battery. using a phone for navigation and GPS route recording will kill the battery in a couple of hours on most phones but a dedicated unit will last all day. Smallersize and more robust construction Ant++ connectivity for heart rate monitors, cadence monitors, radar lights etc


Why would i use this over say i cheap water proof mobile phone?


Is this a car satnav instructions?


520 plus all day long!!


Good value but these gps units have some flaws they use a touch screen, the screen is resistive rather than capacitive but a lot of people (myself included) find that it won’t work with gloves and isn’t 100% with fingers). This means that in order to do a lot of things such as flipping between the map view and the screen with time/speed/distance etc you have to take your gloves off which is no fun in the cold (unless you buy the remote which gives you a physical button to do this)

Garmin Edge 25 bike computer (Bluetooth version) £52.08 pre-owned or £70 new - Amazon
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Posted 19th Nov 2018Posted 19th Nov 2018
Garmin Edge 25 bike computer (Bluetooth version) £52.08 pre-owned or £70 new - Amazon
£52.08£7026%Amazon Deals
Simple GPS bike computer included in the Amazon Warehouse 20% off clear out or down to £70 from £130 if you prefer new
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The screen is tiny and so is the battery. But for the price it cannot be beaten. Personally I think it's worth stretching to edge 130.


Edge 25 is pure GPS, there's no sensors in the box. It can use them (Heart Rate, Cadence) if you have them.


Do you need to calibrate your wheel and connect with a wire to the unit ?


Brilliant little computer for the price, bought mine for a similar price from Evans. Worth noting however that the battery life isn't amazing.


I really like as simple to use, gives useful information without going overboard and sync's via phone Bluetooth rather than a cable to a PC You upload to Gamin Connect website which is ok, but does enough for me

Garmin Edge 520 Plus Advanced GPS bike computer for competing and navigation - £224.99 @ Amazon
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Posted 25th Aug 2018Posted 25th Aug 2018
Garmin Edge 520 Plus Advanced GPS bike computer for competing and navigation - £224.99 @ Amazon
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Looks like a good price for the plus

Got 520 for 144 from halfords while back and this doesnt seem to be worth to be hot.


Nothings a good deal then if you compare it to the best ever deal! Was looking at this for £250 but oped last month to go with the 520 for £175.


Not cheap compared to when Halfords had the 1000 for £250 now that's a bargain!


That's for the standard Edge 520, not the plus.


165 on wiggle

Garmin Edge 820 GPS Bike Computer - £234.30 Cheapest price I have seen @amazon
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Posted 16th Jul 2018Posted 16th Jul 2018
Garmin Edge 820 GPS Bike Computer - £234.30 Cheapest price I have seen @amazon
£209.99Amazon Deals
Best price is typically around the £260.
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Now £209.99!


Meh. I use an old Huawei in a bike phone mount. Lasts a good couple hours on a decent brightness using Nokia Maps or Google maps downloaded. Can always stick a usb battery on the bike to keep it going all day.


and also drains the battery


Accurate enough, I've had no signal issues. Does pretty much what I'd want from a gps. These things are crazy overpriced.


Which isn't fully accurate,suffers signal issues and can't do half the stuff one if these can.

Garmin Edge 1000 GPS Bike Computer Performance Bundle - £274.99 @ Halfords
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Garmin Edge 1000 GPS Bike Computer Performance Bundle - £274.99 @ Halfords
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Halfords has a great deal on the Garmin Edge 1000 GPS Performance Bundle. Amazon has this same bundle for a much higher £450. Price on the website says £299.99 but they are giving … Read more
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Looks like it’s £299 now. Adding to basket makes no difference.


Thanks :)


great first post Op (highfive)


I also have the garmin vision and radar plus HRM, speed and cadence sensors. These all connect to my garmin 1000 seamlessly.


British cycling discount

Garmin Edge  520 GPS Bike Computer with Premium Heart rate monitor £199 Amazon
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Garmin Edge 520 GPS Bike Computer with Premium Heart rate monitor £199 Amazon
With a couple of new models just announced the 520 has dropped in price.
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Can you download maps from iPhone without connecting it to pc? If yes will it give turn by turn instructions?


£169 now!


Check out polar v650 large screen, colour good HR representation and free maps! However, battery life not good


Be aware that you can get 10% off at evans or halfords with a bc membership, and you can also buy vouchers for both of those at 7 or 10% discount through many employer discount schemes. Halfords have the 820 at 235 and the 520 at 180 pre discount, which is probably a better deal thank this.


I'd go for the new Garmin Edge 130 instead. It is a bit smaller and cheaper. And it has most of the features of the 520, except some of the navigation/mapping.

Garmin Edge 1000 GPS Bike Computer Performance Bundle £299 @ Halfords
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This seems like a pretty good deal considering the base unit alone was here from Amazon for £279.99 last month. Don't think I've ever seem the bundle at this price before. FREE N… Read more

Great spot, good price.


£300? You could get a whole (ok, most of the bits anyway) car for that! Just got one for 240. nice.


This can be bought for 20% off on their ebay store for £240 until 6pm: John


Yep, at least 8 hours (longest ride I’ve done).


£300?! Could buy a whole bike for that! (highfive)

Garmin Edge 820 GPS  Bundle £269.99 @
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Garmin Edge 820 GPS Bundle £269.99 @
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The camels say it's good, I've been waiting for a price drop for a garmin edge cycle computer bundle, this looks like a good time, the winter is surely on it's last legs and it's t… Read more

Whilst a great price, just a warning. I tried it and hated it. After getting used to a smart phone with free cycle maps on it, it just seemed clunky, slow and difficult to use.


Recently moved from a Garmin 800 to a Wahoo Elemnt Bolt. The user experience is much better in my opinion and changing routes on the fly is much easier too. It does require access to the phone app


Dont need a watch to use it. I have 520. Cheaper and prefer physical buttons.


A Garmin watch? No, I have a fitbit I was gifted, but I don't think I'll need a watch as well.


Will you be using a watch with this too?

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Still works over £30


Love this code, been using it for over a year, just been building a bike and have 6 orders over £30 outstanding using this code last week.

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