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The Best Deals In The Polar Black Friday Sale

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The Polar Black Friday sale (opens in new tab) has arrived, and the company has slashed the price of pretty much everything in its range by 20%. The sale runs from Monday 22nd November to Monday 29th November, and if you’re on the lookout for a new sports watch or heart rate monitor then there are several excellent options available.

We’ve picked out a few deals on our favourite watches and other devices, and you can head to the Polar website (opens in new tab) to shop the entire sale if nothing below particularly floats your boat. To get the 20% discount, enter the code POLARCYBER21 at checkout.

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We’ll start at the very top with Polar’s most expensive multisport watch. You can expect excellent and accurate sports tracking, detailed training and recovery analysis, and navigation using breadcrumb trails with turn-by-turn directions.

Buy from Polar (opens in new tab) | £359.20 (RRP £449) | Polar Vantage V2 review


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The M2 strips out a few of the more advanced features available on the V2 – including turn-by-turn navigation, and running and cycling performance tests – but still offers asuperb all-round sports tracking. Thankfully it retains Polar’s Fuelwise feature that can help you understand when your body is using carbs or fat for fuel, and reminds you to take on more fuel as and when you need it during long training sessions and races. It’s also a multisport watch and offers detailed training analysis. 

Buy from Polar (opens in new tab) | £215.20 (RRP £259) | Polar Vantage M2 review


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The Unite is Polar’s entry-level sports watch and lacks many of the features you’ll find further up the range, including built-in GPS. However, the Unite is easy to use, still does a great job of tracking your activity and goes beyond that to offer your personalised workout suggestions each day. If you want to get fit but aren’t sure how, the Unite can undoubtedly help you out.

Buy from Polar (opens in new tab) | £107.60 (RRP £134.50) | Polar Unite review


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The next-generation of this watch – Grit X Pro – was recently launched and it offers an upgraded design plus some nifty new navigation and training features that aren’t on the Grit X, but the original is still a brilliant multisport watch that is now significantly cheaper than the £439 RRP of the Grit X Pro. The Grit X includes breadcrumb navigation with turn-by-turn directions, plus detailed training analysis and the usual great Polar sports tracking, all for just over £300 in the sale.

Buy from Polar (opens in new tab) | £303.20 (RRP £379) | Polar Grit X review


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If you’re looking for accuracy above all with your heart rate monitor then you cannot go wrong with the Polar H10 chest strap tracker. It’s comfortable to wear for long stretches too, and connects easily to multiple devices via Bluetooth and ANT+.

Buy from Polar (opens in new tab) | £63.60 (RRP £79.50)


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The optical heart rate tracking found on all sports watches is never foolproof, so many people opt for a chest strap monitor instead for more reliable readings. However, these can be uncomfortable and a bit of a faff to put on. An armband heart rate tracker like the Verity Sense splits the difference, offering greater accuracy than a watch while being more convenient than a chest strap. The Verity Sense is the best armband heart rate monitor going, so we were pleased to see it reduced by 20% in the Polar Black Friday sale.

Buy from Polar (opens in new tab) | £63.60 (RRP £79.50)

Nick Harris-Fry is a journalist who has been covering health and fitness since 2015. Nick is an avid runner, covering 70-110km a week, which gives him ample opportunity to test a wide range of running shoes and running gear. He is also the chief tester for fitness trackers and running watches, treadmills and exercise bikes, and workout headphones.