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10% off at Tredz Bikes
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10% off until 31march2018, no minimum spend and free uk delivery as standard
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crs1948fcd9th Feb

PLMQAZ is not working anymore.


I got the code on a slip of paper on a delivery from them, so can’t see it being pulled, it’s likely an exclusion, although non listed on the paper.

usually endura specialized don’t work
I cut and pasted this code for an item I was purchasing this afternoon and can confirm that it's still working ok.

Thanks OP.
Edited by: "LemonHead" 9th Feb
PLMQAZ is not working anymore.
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or use ECWJ2R £5 off £30 spend (some exclusions like endura etc)
Izone front and rear bike light now £4.99 was £20 @ tredz
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The Izone Pulse front and rear bike lights are designed to be ultra compact, easy to mount and powerful. A powerful half Watt LED at the heart of the Pulse lights will enhance your… Read more
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lifeisfaked11 h, 38 m ago

I bought these last time that they were on offer, and honestly, I can't …I bought these last time that they were on offer, and honestly, I can't recommend them. The fastening is a slightly elasticated rubber loop, that clips very tightly to the light on either side. You have to detach it from one side to fix it to your handlebar/seatpost and it takes a great deal of force to do so. It's very fiddly in cold weather with numb hands and is nigh on impossible in the dark! They aren't much brighter than the 70p 'frog lights' you can get off Amazon https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00FXO6MUA/ref=pe_3187911_185740111_TE_item and these ones are so much easier to get on and off


Thanks for advice - I just saved mysef another £5 from this site
Mentioned 4x "powerful" in description. Must be really powerful then!
To call 1/2 watt powerful? Powerful as a candle light!!! :)))))))
I bought these last time that they were on offer, and honestly, I can't recommend them. The fastening is a slightly elasticated rubber loop, that clips very tightly to the light on either side. You have to detach it from one side to fix it to your handlebar/seatpost and it takes a great deal of force to do so. It's very fiddly in cold weather with numb hands and is nigh on impossible in the dark! They aren't much brighter than the 70p 'frog lights' you can get off Amazon amazon.co.uk/dp/…tem and these ones are so much easier to get on and off
Thanks op ordered.
Good value at £4.99 but £20 is ridiculous!
Polar M460 Bike Computer RRP £199 - £69.97 @ Currys PC World
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Found 20th Oct 2017Found 20th Oct 2017
Was £100 at Currys, now it's even cheaper. Decent entry level bike computer with HRM compatibility (Polar's an expert at this), Strava segments and GPS/barometer.
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PIPS20th Oct

I keep on hearing about Strava. Is it just an app ??




I can't even be bothered to GTFY
PIPS22 h, 59 m ago

I keep on hearing about Strava. Is it just an app ??


It is just an app but a significant number of new cycling GPS's link directly to your Strava account and can even show your pace over Strava segments in real time. To many keen cyclists this is desirable.
PIPS42 m ago

I keep on hearing about Strava. Is it just an app ??

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Wahoo Elemnt | £50 trade-in discount for old bike computer | Wahoo Fitness
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Found 6th Jul 2017Found 6th Jul 2017
Wahoo are doing a £50 trade-in for your old bike computer against the price of the Wahoo Elemnt, RRP £249.99, or Element bundle (with HR, speed, cadence), RRP £299.99. Runs until e… Read more
This is a good deal. I absolutely love my Wahoo Elemnt. It’s much, much better than the Garmin Edge 800 I had previously.

For me one of my greatest cycling pleasures is to ride on roads and lanes I’ve never been on before and this is where the Wahoo excels over the Garmin. Especially the ability to change your route via your phone mid ride.

One of the many drawbacks with Garmin devices is that they use a colour screen whereas the Wahoo uses monochrome.

This might seem an odd statement but it can be hard to distinguish between magenta and blue lines against the detail on the map on the Garmin when in very bright sunlight and you are wearing polarised sunglasses. Because the Wahoo uses monochrome it is much, much clearer to see where you are going and where you have been.
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CantGetNoSleep

So my 5 pounds speedometer will count?



To get your custom I'm sure it will.
pl6125

"existing bike computer"



So my 5 pounds speedometer will count?
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CantGetNoSleep

What device can you trade in? Can't find it anywhere on that site



"existing bike computer"
What device can you trade in? Can't find it anywhere on that site
Garmin edge 810 GPS bike computer  - reduced to £139.99 at Aldi
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Found 7th Dec 2016Found 7th Dec 2016
available in store only and stock levels are low. Garmin 810 reduced to £139.99 from the special buy price of £179. still have some in stock in Ellesmere port
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shirleyj84

Anyone still seen these at a good price ?



Yes, still £139.99 in the Holmes Chapel Aldi ​
Anyone still seen these at a good price ?
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DCooke74

I picked one up in Telford today. Priced at £139.99 last one



​Result! Ive installed Open Source Maps and they seem to work a treat
I picked one up in Telford today. Priced at £139.99 last one
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scotthoneyman

Was it advertised at this price or did it just scan at this price?



​advertised in store
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Wahoo RFLKT Bike Computer £24.98 Delivered
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Found 22nd Nov 2016Found 22nd Nov 2016
Wahoo have started Black Friday early today and I thought this RFLKT Bike Computer was the pick of the bunch. Currently still on sale at Amazon for £59.99 and £71.99 at Wiggle but … Read more
NOT £24.98 DELIVERED.
£33.97 delivered unless you add something over £30. Still a good deal though. Getting one because my handlebar mounted iPhone dies in the cold this time of year plus the buttons will work better with my fav cycling gloves than a touch screen, I hope!
So actually £33.97 delivered.
I think the Lezyne Mini GPS for £40 is a better deal, at least you can use it without relying on a phone.
Wish it was free delivery as it takes it beyond "total bargain" moment. Would have taken a punt at £25 as I have a garmin 810 but these interest me.

Any free delivery codes knocking about?
Ordered, thanks OP
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Good questions on customs fee. Looking again, I don't think will attract customs fee "All products purchased from WahooFitness.com will be shipped from one of our global warehouses. We stock product in the United States, Netherlands, Australia." I assume UK will actually ship from Netherlands and not the US, so should be OK? I'll see what happens when my mine arrives.
5 Function Cycle Computer just £3.50 with FREE Click&Collect @ Halfords
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Was looking for a cycle computer for my son's bike and came across this one. Comes in Blue or Red, and seems a good deal :)
mrew42

One for each wheel?



1 for each child
Bargain
rnknrnz

Ordered 3, thank you


One for each wheel?
Ordered 3, thank you
Garmin Edge 520 GPS Bike Computer  £169.99 Amazon
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Found 20th Jun 2016Found 20th Jun 2016
Gone up now to £194 so not so hot Lightning deal was £239 Product Description Here's the competitive edge you've been waiting for. Garmin Edge 520 is the first device with Stra… Read more
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Currently out of stock but it was £153 From Blacks. Their stock is in and out quite regularly if you can wait.
Leyzyne power gps cycling computer. £99 @ Rutland Cycling
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Thought this was a good deal at £30 less than i could find it anywhere else. Gets some really good reviews and lets you connect to almost any other bluetooth accessory such as Sp… Read more
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I was after something i could offload my bluetooth devices to instead of my phone. I had originally wanted a wahoo rflkt but it was naff when it arrived so it went back and I found this over the weekend and ordered one. The do a ANT+ version as well (for a chunk more cash) but this was what I was looking for.
No ANT+
Cyclo 105H GPS Cycling Computer With Heart Rate Monitor - £69.99 @ Wheelies
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Found 27th Apr 2016Found 27th Apr 2016
Mio 105H gps cycling computer, was £170 now £69.99 good alternative to a Garmin.
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I managed to get one of these (without the HR monitor) for £20 from Wiggle, who price matched Halfords, and also managed to pick up a speed/cadence sensor for £5 from halfords too. My normal computer is a 305, but I use the 105 for commuting in all weathers.

It's a really nice piece of tech, however does have a few niggles which you have to find shortcuts around:
- I've had to put my weight at half what it actually is and it was over reporting calories burnt vs my 305/strava
- I have to use a different computer to the 305 as the software is very basic and won't let me sync two different devices.
- all of a sudden it has started reporting back more miles than I actually covered (62 instead of 52). I think this is to do with the speed/cadence sensor.
- mio have forgotten their devices - no updates and barely any support out there

On the plus side:
- waterproof
- battery life is very good
- easy to read customisable display
- easy to sync to different sensors
- quick to get a GPS signal + accurate

Just be sure to update the firmware.

Would I buy for this price? Probably not.
TomTom runner is not that bad. Obviously no use for cycling. I have multisport and it's decent enough.
I doubt this will be any good though. Very poor reviews.
Makes me wonder if it is cheap for a reason. Hate to sound skeptical though. I bought my wife a Tomtom runner & since regret not paying a bit extra for a Garmin (I have an Edge 520 & Forerunner 230, previously had an Edge 200)
Wow. Hot. Very tempting. Poor reviews on Amazon though so I think I'l leave it alone
Cateye Velo 5 Cycling Computer - £7.49 (Prime) / £11.48 (non Prime) (lowest price ever) @ AMAZON UK
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Cateye Velo 5 Cycling Computer The Velo 5 is CatEye's entry-level computer. It features a new, larger screen and a large button for easy operation. Like all CatEye's computers, i… Read more
Expired. £10.71 now plus it's poop wired version.
jr007

Tempted for the turbo trainer after interference affecting my wireless … Tempted for the turbo trainer after interference affecting my wireless bike computer. Cable length could be a problem.



yeah, the cables aren't usually meant to reach the back wheel.

what turbo do you have? strange that you are getting interference? usually flashing lights mess with wireless computers but shouldn't think you have any of those indoors! unless you are extra safe!
Blindsyte

"Speed Display up to 300 kph/185mph" hahahahahah



almost fast enough for this..
youtube.com/wat…K3Q
"Speed Display up to 300 kph/185mph"
hahahahahah
Showing as £8.99 now.
Garmin Edge 200 £44.99 @ Aldi
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Found in Glasgow Robroyston Store in the glass cabinet, guy got me one from the back so it wasn't the last one. Standard barcode was scanned so it could be national? Great starter… Read more
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Still have these in my Aldi for £44.99
needle in a haystack
Amazing deal
Aldi
Q.1 In which store would you find this in Glasgow?

- ask the op
- halfords
- tesco
Garmin Edge 1000 GPS bike computer £284.99 at Wiggle
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Just found this deal at Wiggle, seems pretty hot with 21% off RRP for the best cycle computer out there. 5% cashback with Quidco too for new customers. Comes with Edge 1000 Prel… Read more
I'm planning to buy one next year (off-road For new unknown routes & c2c), but I m going to demo one on an Evans cycle event in Rochdale end of January, so that might be an idea for a few peeps
Edited by: "whatyadoinsucka" 19th Nov 2015
rhinopaul

Ive been debating over this as it states it comes with preloaded European … Ive been debating over this as it states it comes with preloaded European cycle maps. Does anyone know excatly how they work?I have a Sony Z3 which I would be happy to use but what maps can be downloaded. People keep talking about Strava etc but I cant see that they have a-z cycle maps. I guess what I want to know is, if I start in a location and switch on the Garmin will it then give me cycle routes to take and is there an app that will do the same?


This should do exactly as you mention above.

Here is a thorough review of both the Edge 810, and the edge 1000 mentioned in the OP.

DC Rainmaker - Edge 810
DC Rainmaker - Edge 1000
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hotrod2

I actually went down the route of buying a cheap android phone (Huawei) … I actually went down the route of buying a cheap android phone (Huawei) to use as a GPS for my bike.It works fine but it's a but clunky and hard to use once it's in a waterproof case and mounted on the handlebars.I'm now in the market for a dedicated bike navigation unit for rides where I don't know where I'm going.I'll continue to use my smartphone for tracking the majority of my rides. No point buying a dedicated GPS unit just for tracking in my opinion.


That's fair enough, each to their own. Mine is connected to heart rate, speed sensor, cadence and Di2 gears so gives me more than just route tracking.
I actually went down the route of buying a cheap android phone (Huawei) to use as a GPS for my bike.

It works fine but it's a but clunky and hard to use once it's in a waterproof case and mounted on the handlebars.

I'm now in the market for a dedicated bike navigation unit for rides where I don't know where I'm going.

I'll continue to use my smartphone for tracking the majority of my rides. No point buying a dedicated GPS unit just for tracking in my opinion.
you dont need data on using strava, it'll track without it
Garmin Edge 810 GPS Cycle Computer £193.96 @ Amazon.
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Pretty good price for this. Just droped to £196 on Amazon. Wiggle has dropped to £199 and Bike Discount is around £202. Lowest price i've seen for this, and certainly the lowest on… Read more
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Just dropped to £193.96.
It seems to be very easy to separate cyclists from large amounts of money. If this is the best price available them it is hot, but it's a lot of money for what it is (cf car satnavs, etc.).
mrcoxexcel

You do need to spend additional sums to buy a decent set of maps (there … You do need to spend additional sums to buy a decent set of maps (there are some free ones available too) as the inbuilt maps with the Garmin are quite useless, showing only major A roads and motorways. So it's not usable out of the box.



​No you don't. You can put Open Street maps on an SD and use them in this for free. They're excellent quality as well.
You do need to spend additional sums to buy a decent set of maps (there are some free ones available too) as the inbuilt maps with the Garmin are quite useless, showing only major A roads and motorways. So it's not usable out of the box.
Quite fancy a Mio Cyclo. Anyone tried them?
Garmin Edge 520 GPS Cycle Computer £189.99 @ Wiggle
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Great deal on the Edge 520. Been looking for one for ages to replace my wife's 500. Cheapest I've spotted it.
£176.95 now!!
price is dropping last month it was almost rrp
vitality is a great scheme if your work offer it. depending on the level you achieve you can get a bike half price up to 1000 quid.
..and how much did you pay using that code?
andy_mcnoob

Vitality Health offer as a member benefit the option to purchase a Garmin … Vitality Health offer as a member benefit the option to purchase a Garmin device for 50% off direct from Garmin. So if you have Vitality Health (or if you know someone who does, perhaps they can get this for you) then you can pay £119.99



Yep, got one last week using the Vitality Health discount code.
Garmin Edge 200 GPS Bike Computer £65.97 delivered @ Amazon
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Cheapest price yet for this little device, thanks to a full range refresh by Garmin, so retailers are presumably clearing out stock cheap
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n3m3s1s

74.99 on amazon now


Well that didn't last long. Can't see the price staying up given they're now completely obsolete in the new Garmin range
74.99 on amazon now
For anyone looking for the edge 200 for £49.99, Aldi over in Clydebank (Glasgow) have one on the shelf in the glass case with all the other gadgets ;).

https://c2.staticflickr.com/6/5783/21681720520_6ecae9f50e_b.jpg
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esq3585

You can also get the edge 500 in Aldi for £79.99 … You can also get the edge 500 in Aldi for £79.99 ;)http://road.cc/content/news/163151-get-garmin-edge-500-7999


Garmins are always a bit of a wild goose chase in Aldi when they claim to have them (I've never seen one there), so this might be useful for normal people lol
You can also get the edge 500 in Aldi for £79.99

road.cc/con…999
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Garmin 200 GPS Edge Cycling Computer - Amazon £66.72
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Seems by far the best price around what with the new model coming out. Recently reduced to £80.00 at Halfords and reduced to £85.00 at Evans.
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Asda Hunts Cross has three in discount trolley in electrics section for £60 each if any one still looking.
nathanlt89

I don't understand this model, they've taken far too many features from … I don't understand this model, they've taken far too many features from it so probably after a short time of using it and getting "hooked" by the whole gps cycle computer, you're probably going to be to looking at upgrading to something that allows you to connect to sensors etc.




Agree with you 100% for instance leaving the syncing probs aside, the mio cyclo 105( 40£ Halfords) offer was better for tracking fitness improvements via it's inbuilt ANT+ radio picks up hrm's /power/cadence accessories . This Garmin 200tracks distance / calorific burn will be a ballpark figure . Still for a beginner taking their first tentative steps toward ride metrics quantification I guess the Garmin 200's not a bad step. I like the compactness of the newer Edge 25 ( BT sync capabilities/ segment alerts/ text /other comms apps alerts all in a device not much bigger that it's twist mount) Holding off purchasing one till it drops in price on Amazon ( US) and then jump in.
For punters determined to get a Garmin 200 you can save 25£ by picking up new in CEx for 45£
uk.webuy.com/pro…00A

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I wrote a bit about Mio's in the ff threads
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willhay555

Brill.When we get a deal for a time machine I'll drop you a message



Just back from Aldi Gt.Western Rd, Glasgow. No time machine required, they have them in stock.
poor value for money for old slow technology...
I don't understand this model, they've taken far too many features from it so probably after a short time of using it and getting "hooked" by the whole gps cycle computer, you're probably going to be to looking at upgrading to something that allows you to connect to sensors etc.
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