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Tacx Flux - £399 @ eBay Halfords Store (free C&C)
Found 26th NovFound 26th Nov
Smart turbo trainer
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Decided to send it back... Not worth the hassle when it breaks


turbo muin smart b+ woth power meter for me!


This is still the original version, but Tacx claim they've sorted out all the early problems (and have also put said internal changes into the Flux S which is the replacement but apart from long cage compatibility, exactly the same). It's categorically not true. I've already had two myself and there are many others in the same boat.


I knew 2 people who sent the original version back, hadn't realised the version 2 was having problems, perhaps Tacx do it so that everyone realises how good the neo is by comparison.


Great smart trainer in principle that is laughably unreliable in practice. Check the owners group on Facebook and don't believe anyone that says the problems are fixed on the 2018 revision. If anyone decides to take the risk, I strongly recommend NOT buying online, as it's very likely you'll need to take at least one unit back to the store for a replacement.

Tacx Flux S Smart Bike Trainer - £399 @ Amazon
Found 20th NovFound 20th Nov
I was going to get the Flux as my first turbo trainer, but found the S for the same price direct from amazon with their great return policy! What's everyones thoughts? You have to … Read more
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I bought a Flux in October for £450.... It's just developed a belt fault, so I'm now looking at returning it... debating buying this, but don't know if I want to wait until Jan :(


Mine went missing in transit. How is that possible for an 8kg plus box.... DPD say they never got it, Amazon say it got lost by DPD. Anywho - now no trainer untile Jan 2nd at least as out of stock.... let's hope that comes forward


Delivery date for me is Monday.


£450 now which is still a bargain. Mine arrives on Monday


It should move pretty close to real life speeds - the trainer will be passing the speed and power information over. One important thing is that in "ERG mode" (usually used in training plans) you will have a power target, and the trainer will adjust the resistance to match your cadence (pedal speed). The overall speed will end up the same, but you won't feel the hills at all.

Tacx Flux Smart Turbo Trainer T2900 £475 - Sigma Sports
Found 19th NovFound 19th Nov
Been after one of these for a while but a bit pricey. This seems an absolute steal though and can’t see it cheaper anywhere else. Great for anyone looking for a Turbo Trainer t… Read more
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Thanks gus77 you must have a fast computer than me. Still a deal 🤠


Obviously not been looking too hard. It's been £450 in Halfords for weeks and now reduced again.


And this: halfords.com/cycling/turbo-trainers/trainers/tacx-flux-smart-trainer


A simple google search returned this cyclerepublic.com/tacx-flux-smart-trainer.html

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Tacx Blue Twist T2675 Turbo Trainer £65.99 for new accounts w/code @ CRC (£10 off a £50 spend for new accounts)
Found 30th OctFound 30th Oct
Good price for those on a lower budget. I've posted these before for a little more, but I don't think I've seen it this low before. TO get this price you need to have a new account… Read more

Ordered just now. Just been to Physio and he mentioned these are good for building up my muscles in injured legs. Don't really want to be riding around outside in this weather. Thanks op


I used to use GCN videos on youtube with my turbo before I invested in a smart turbo. I now use Zwift with a Tacx Neo


You may by using a speed/cadence sensor (Bluetooth or ant, ant will probably need a dongle on the PC) but last time I used this i was very disappointed. If you really want to connect to zwift or any other app, it's better if you invest in a smart trainer.


You can link to Zwift its a subscription software, there are others but I use Zwift. You may need and Ant+ dongle to connect it.


Anybody linked these to any apps? Is this the piece of kit needed for that or something else? Don't fancy cycling and going no where.

Tacx Flux Smart Turbo Trainer £450 (potential £405) @ Halfords
Found 29th SepFound 29th Sep
If you are looking for a serious direct drive smart turbo trainer but can't justify spending £1000 on a Tacx Neo or Wahoo Kickr this is one of the "best of the rest". Halfords curr… Read more
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Awesome, great price on the Neo too. Will give Halfords a go later on and get an order in at Tredz (y)


There was literally no questions on returning it - just put back on the card, they didn't even ask for any detail on the fault. Bizarre but not a problem for me of course! I ordered Neo from Tredz this morning - £754.99 after the Black Friday discount + 3% Quidco on top.


Good to know Gareth79, let us know how you get on with taking it back as I might be doing the same. The neo is a tempting upgrade at its current price, Halfords no longer sell it however.


Further to my purchase on the 17th October, after doing 300km-ish on it, the trainer has developed a belt squeak and, at higher power, a clicking noise on overrun/freewheel, so the 2018 labeled ones aren't any better! It's good fun aside though! I'll try and take it back one evening next week. I'll be annoyed if I'm kept from one for more than a few days. I'm not sure whether to upgrade to the Neo (which a lot of Flux owners have done and are very pleased) or switch to another model.


This trainer is now £399 as one of the Black Friday Deals.

Tacx Blue Matic Folding Bike Bicycle Cycling Indoor Magnetic Resistance Trainer £76.50 w/code delivered @ Halfords / eBay
Found 11th SepFound 11th Sep
Possibly the cheapest I've seen the tacx T2650 - £76.50 is a decent price for those looking for a good option on a lower budget. Reviews are good and those will be based around the… Read more

I was looking at a direct drive trainer, mate works at Halfords so would get 25% off the cost which makes it very tempting. Just worried with the reviews.


Look out for refurbs, come with a full warranty and circa £800~ Honestly though I wouldn't recommend even a Flux (£570+) given the issues and the price point, not until you've got the bug... just buy something in the £350-450 range that meets your needs. That being said, if you need a spare wheel, trainer tyre and cassette (i.e you plan to have the ability to remove your bike from the trainer and ride outdoors in the winter) then that obviously makes the £600 trainers slightly less costly. As with all things cycling, it's easy to go overboard...


Excellent, but can you get one at a decent price. It's just been updated to be quieter, and it has a baby brother now too, the Kickr Core. That's all great, but it means holding out if you want a decent discount on either. Looking ahead, if you want to build the ultimate pain cave, replete with Wahoo's Kickr Climb, then you'll have to go with Wahoo as the Climb isn't compatible with another brand. (You can use the Kickr Headwind with any other brand of trainer however).


Yep but i will miss the thrill of coming off in the ice in the early morning


Is the Wahoo Kickr a good shout?

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Tacx Flux Smart Trainer - PURE10 code brings down from £450 to £405
Found 10th SepFound 10th Sep
Posted yesterday at £450 and I was really tempted, checked today and it's got an extra 10% off... bargain in my opinion. The FLUX is a compact and realistic interactive direct dri… Read more

£35.99 for a yoga mat with "Tacx" written on it isn't a good price :/


I'm waiting for the Direto myself I think


Tacx Skyline - Front wheel holder Tacx protection mat I also got these as the also have 10% off and seem good prices (highfive)


This or wait for a possible offer on a Elite direto? Very tempting


Have one wanted to change brand after a cheaper tacx but at the time these were the only reasonably priced wheel of trainer. Early ones had issues and would have all been replaced. 2 year European warranty.

Tacx Flux £450 @ Halfords Ebay
Found 9th SepFound 9th Sep
Tacx Flux Smart Trainer £60 quid less than Halfords website, which was already the cheapest around by a stretch Free delivery and click and collect

how has the trainer been? is it worth the investment?


I’m ready to go bud, got the utility on my phone and Zwift from previous trainer!


It comes with 30 days free Tacx Desktop software, so you may want to download and set this up beforehand, so that you can hit the ground running?


Ace Mine arrives today!


Cheers OP! Purchased and have just set this up! Really pleased with it. It's a bit step up from my Tacx Flow Smart T2240!

Found 17th JulFound 17th Jul
Tacx Neo £945 + 10% off when added to basket, + AN EXTRA £10% off when click and collecting with various standard Halfords discounts (e.g. NHS, British cycling, age concern etc)… Read more

Just FYI - British Cycling membership cards can no longer be used on discounted items at Halfords. I had that issue last time I tried to buy something from there. Might be the same for the rest unless its a gift card top up style discount


My old Tacx came with some basic software so assume it does, but if you’re spending this kind of money on a trainer I’d recommend Zwift as well.


Does it come with software, or do you have to subscribe to Zwift?


Exactly. This is the cheapest this has been. Plenty of cyclists are buying them. It's the new golf don't you know?


The best trainer on the market. My old man has one, and it's great! Everytime I ride it, and go back to my Tacx Flow Smart I think about selling a kidney!

Tacx Neo Smart Indoor Cycle Trainer, Prime Day Deal, £797.66 @ Amazon (Prime exclusive)
Found 17th JulFound 17th Jul
Tacx Neo Smart Indoor Cycle Trainer, Prime Day Deal, £797.66 @ Amazon (Prime exclusive)
£797.66Amazon Deals
Time running out for this great price on the pinacle of indoor cycling. yes it's expensive but for those that know it's not been this price for a while if ever. Ends in 3.5 hours… Read more
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HOT HOT HOT. 3 camels says this is the lowest price by about £35. I've certainly never seen it this low anywhere. If only I had the spare cash ;(


Cheaper at Halford's today if you have British Cycling Membership. 10% off on top of the 10% today only discount.

Tacx Flow T2240 Smart Trainer (fully Zwift compatible) for £180 at Halfords in 10% off flash sale
Found 16th JulFound 16th Jul
10% off everything today as part of their site-wide flash sale. Looks like a good price, but I'm not sure whether to pull the trigger or not considering I probably won't be using i… Read more

Post was correct, deal is still on today.


Just been checking the Wayback Machine and it was £200-220 for much of last year, £190 at Christmas and then they sold ten for £160 on their eBay store in one day at the end of January (although you can't return to store if buying from them on eBay). So this does seem like a decent deal if you can get further discount through work or British Cycling.


Yeah I've been looking into the Vortex prices on eBay etc. Not sure I'd feel the benefit of the better spec, and would rather have the comfort of a 2-year warranty and ability to take it back to the shop I think.


Really good deal but would say you can pick up a used vortex (not some people's cup of tea) for the same.. bit higher spec.

Tacx blue motion smart turbo trainer pack £109.99 online / instore @ Decathlon
Found 30th AprFound 30th Apr
Tacx blue motion smart turbo trainer pack £109.99 online / instore @ Decathlon
probably isn't the the best price ever, however I didn't find cheapest with 2 years warrant. There was some at Canada Waters store. Free delivery over £30 and 365 days free returns… Read more
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@grumpyturnip Zwift won't control the resistance. You'll need a smart trainer with ant+ or Bluetooth connectivity. I got the tacx flow which you can get for around £200 at times works well with zwift. Here it is in Halfords plus 10% British cycling discount too. Tacx flow


Are these Zwift compatible?

Tacx Blue Matic T2650 Magnetic Resistance Trainer £78.76 / Elite Novo Smart Turbo Trainer £129.60 @ Halfords / eBay W/code
Found 23rd MarFound 23rd Mar
Tacx Blue Matic T2650 Magnetic Resistance Trainer £78.76 / Elite Novo Smart Turbo Trainer £129.60 @ Halfords / eBay W/code
£78.76eBay Deals
Code - PAY20LESS Hurrah for the eBay code! A couple of trainers on offer using the code above. I don't recall the Elite Novo being cheaper than this before and it looks like a go… Read more

The Novo Smart is excellent for a budget trainer - sure, it's not a Neo or a Kickr but it's much better than the price suggests and at this price it's a bargain. Zwift is so much more fun than on a dumb trainer. The built in cadence sensor on it is rubbish though, get a dedicated sensor if you're doing something that needs it.

TACX Booster Turbo Trainer £100 @ Halfords
Found 3rd MarFound 3rd Mar
TACX Booster Turbo Trainer £100 @ Halfords
£100 is a bargain for this, RRP is £220, £160 is the cheapest I've seen it, £100 is a crazy price. If you'd rather buy from Evans they'll price match. Tacx Booster Ultra High Powe… Read more

Annoyingly reserved for click and collect, to be phoned an hour later to be told it’s gone.


Sounds good. Although one advantage of decathlon is a 2yr warranty rather than Halfords 1yr. May be worth the extra few quid.


If you're a BC member, it works out at £180 at Halfords, and may be easier for returns if needed. If not, Decathlon is cheaper.


plus british cycling member gets 10% off, on top of that.


It’s not a smart trainer. You need something like this, much better for interactive stuff like zwift etc https://www.decathlon.co.uk/flow-smart-t2240-turbo-trainer-800-watts-id_8345488.html

Tacx Neo Turbo Trainer £899.99 with Code at Tredz
Found 28th FebFound 28th Feb
Tacx Neo Turbo Trainer £899.99 with Code at Tredz
Use code PLMQAZ to get this price. I think this is the best deal for this Trainer at the moment. Yes it's a lot of money. No the bike's not included. Yes you could buy a 2nd hand… Read more

glad i ordered yesterday as its now back to £1099 and code dont work now .


great find OP and heat added .. will be getting this on 0% fiance with Tredz themselves .


£350 off the RRP and still cold? To all the bike haters who could buy 2 second-hand MOT failure cars for this price, this will keep the cyclist off "YOUR" roads, mainly during the winter months of course. Thanks OP, great find.


Awesome price!


Excellent price, #1 turbo trainer, just wish I had the spare cash

Tacx Flux Smart Home Cycle Trainer £579.99 delivered - Acycles
Found 19th FebFound 19th Feb
Tacx Flux Smart Home Cycle Trainer £579.99 delivered - Acycles
£579.99£699.9917%Acycles Deals
Cheapest price i've seen for the flux, Zwift compatible and very highly regarded. The Tacx Flux Home Trainer is a compact and realistic interactive direct drive home trainer that … Read more
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My understanding is that there is a new version of Flux on the way that should address the issues that the current version is prone to. In the meantime, I would be buying from a retailer that will be easy to return it to when it breaks.


beware of acycles customers services - they are shocking !!!




Good price - but would like guarantee of cheap return/replacement if something were to go wrong.


Just bear in mind that ACycles is based in France... So any returns will be expensive!

Tacx Shiva Water Bottle, all black or transparent, 500ml and 750ml at same price RRP £6 - £7 @ Halfords - £1.95
Found 2nd FebFound 2nd Feb
Tacx Shiva Water Bottle, all black or transparent, 500ml and 750ml at same price RRP £6 - £7 @ Halfords - £1.95
Seems like a great price for good quality cycling bottles. The 750ml ones were previously £7 and the 500ml ones were £6. As used by many of the pro teams (if that sort of thing ma… Read more
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Tacx training mat £33.95 at Halfords possible £26 via Quidco and BC/Zeek
LocalLocalFound 28th JanFound 28th Jan
Tacx training mat £33.95 at Halfords possible £26 via Quidco and BC/Zeek
£33.95£4015%Halfords Deals
British cycling for 10% Gift card from Zeek 7% (0.30p charge) = £28.42 For the serious cyclist or more cash than sense. I used cheap car mats but the sweat and moving equipment … Read more

Yeah, I guess I went the whole Tacx by turbo trainer, tyre and mat. I did use cheaper mats but treated myself.


Not this mat, but plenty others that do exactly the same thing for a lot cheaper. They just don't have 'Tacx' written on it. I've got my Tacx turbo sat on a yoga mat. Works fine.


Cold voters, can you tell where is else you can get it for £28.42?

Tacx t2650 Blue Matic Smart Turbo Trainer £79.20 eBay/Halfords shop
Found 26th JanFound 26th Jan
Tacx t2650 Blue Matic Smart Turbo Trainer £79.20 eBay/Halfords shop
£79.20£9920%eBay Deals
Cheapest about on the eBay Halfords store.
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It’s fine for basic training but even £1000 trainers breakdown and it’s cheaper to buy new again. If you use British Cycling and gift cards, you could get it New in store for £83 ish.


You don’t need a heart rate sensor for Zwift. The minimum you need is a speed sensor and a basic trainer. If it’s one of the recognised basic trainers, then they can estimate your power output (and thus game speed) based on the slope of the trainer. The next step up is a trainer such as a Satori Smart, that broadcasts your power to Zwift wirelessly. This is a “smart” trainer, but it isn’t controllable by Zwift. This is a similar experience to a basic trainer, and a power meter on the bike. After this, you start to look at truly smart trainers. These are controllable by Zwift, so as you “climb” a virtual hill, they increase the resistance. Entry level ones include the Tacx Flow Smart and the Elite B+ that has been listed in this site recently. After this the trainer don’t really change much. The more you pay, the more accurate they are, or the higher slope they can simulate. (The a Tacx Flow can only simulate up to 6% for example). The only other difference is a wheel off or Direct Drive trainer, such as the Wahoo Kickr or Tacx Neo. These are top of the line, and each has its own perks.


Yes it will but to get the best experience you will need a heart rate sensor, if you already have a trainer just buy sensors for your bike and you are done.


Not that smart I am afraid, just a basic trainer with some sensors.


Will this work with zwift? Never used it before but like the idea of it...

Tacx Vortex Smart Trainer T2180 - £200 @ Amazon
Found 24th JanFound 24th Jan
Tacx Vortex Smart Trainer - latest model T2180 with Bluetooth and ANT+ etc. Connects to Trainer Road and Zwift etc. Retail Price on Tacx website is £399.99. Therefore excellent d… Read more
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So annoyed I passed up on this. I keep checking back but it seems fairly static at £303.


Thanks for this - I was on the fence about a smart turbo trainer but at this price it seemed a great entry point. Despite training for competitive races I can't justify spending £1000 on the Neo right now (as I'm sure many of the rest of us can't). I may reach the limits of this but what I don't know I won't miss (having never used the Neo or similar).


Great price for a great bit of kit, heat. I've had one for a couple of years (couple of thousand "kilometers" on it) and still going strong. Mainly used with zwift, but also bigringvr.


I went with the Wahoo HRM. Get's decent reviews and doesn't cost a fortune. I also bought a GYM/Yoga Mat to put it on and from what I've been told, get a training tyre. Last much longer and are a lot quieter


That's because they have sold out. There was plenty yesterday, mine is on for devlivery tomorrow.

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