Polar's taking 25% off the M200 and H10 chest strap for Black Friday

Just in time for winter training
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Polar is getting in on the Black Friday madness, announcing it's taking 25% off a selection of wearables, including the Polar M200, its heart rate-tracking running watch.

That brings the M200 down from $149.95 to $112.46, a pretty nice saving. You'll just need to use the BFDEALS promo code at checkout.

It's also giving the same treatment to the Polar H10 heart rate strap, our top pick of chest straps out there right now, bringing it down to $67.46.

Thirdly, if you're on the lookout for a GPS computer to go with any bike you manage to bag in the Black Friday sales, the Garmin M460 gets the same 25% off with the code. Bonza.

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Whether for staying active in the winter months or just burning off the Thanksgiving turkey, these Polar deals certainly aren't to be sniffed at, but there's plenty more going on this Black Friday, including deals for the Apple Watch, Fitbit trackers and Garmin watches. Worth shopping around.

Polar's taking 25% off the M200 and H10 chest strap for Black Friday


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