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Find some gadgets to help reach your fitness goals at Best Buy, because you can find limited-time deals on health and wellness tech including wireless audio, small appliances, exercise equipment and more!

We've listed a handful of deals from each featured category to give you an idea of what's available.

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These health and wellness deals are effective online and in Best Buy stores (where available) until January 31. BestBuy.ca offers free shipping with orders over $35.00 (excluding oversized items) and a free in-store pick-up option with no minimum.

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    • Perfect gift for her
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    • Thanks. This is really good deal.
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    • Ordered one of these bikes at $799 from Best Buy when they were briefly in stock.

      Very smooth and well constructed, pairs effortlessly with the iPad Peleton app. Recommended.
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    • I find that the ProForm Le Tour de France Exercise Bike is an alternative bike to the Peloton bikes.

      Personally I would not buy any of those bikes. They are not solid spin bikes.

      If you are serious about indoor cycling i would personally go for commercial grade Star Trac(chain driven) or a Keiser(belt driven) add a tablet if you want for entertainment. I have mine right in front of a t.v. You will have long lasting smooth spin bike.
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    • At this price I can buy one for every window in the house so people can see me!

      OP - great summary - of the pro's and cons.
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    • The echelon bike is 899 at bestbuy too. What about that one? Although I think when echelon website has a sale which also brings it to 899 they don’t charge taxes for some reason.
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    • Thanks op great deal. Wow I didn't even know Pele had a monthly fee ( it's the new monetization model I guess). Subs are the way to go.
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    • TomR59127 wrote: I find that the ProForm Le Tour de France Exercise Bike is an alternative bike to the Peloton bikes.

      Personally I would not buy any of those bikes. They are not solid spin bikes.

      If you are serious about indoor cycling i would personally go for commercial grade Star Trac(chain driven) or a Keiser(belt driven) add a tablet if you want for entertainment. I have mine right in front of a t.v. You will have long lasting smooth spin bike.
      Any suggestions on how to land a commercial bike without spending thousands? Are there any good gym equipment auction sites out there? I think my employer (DND) had some liquidation clear out a few months ago which I wasn't aware of, going to have to inquire with them about any pending future clear outs.
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    • TomR59127 wrote: I find that the ProForm Le Tour de France Exercise Bike is an alternative bike to the Peloton bikes.

      Personally I would not buy any of those bikes. They are not solid spin bikes.

      If you are serious about indoor cycling i would personally go for commercial grade Star Trac(chain driven) or a Keiser(belt driven) add a tablet if you want for entertainment. I have mine right in front of a t.v. You will have long lasting smooth spin bike.
      Thanks for posting this, it's a good call out. People on the Facebook group I referenced in the original post do recommend the Keiser m3i as the best commercial grade alternative to Peleton - it’s both well made (probably better than the Peloton) and “smart” (connects to Peloton app), even outputs power. It seems extremely difficult to get in Canada and costs almost $3,000 new if you do find it. This could be the right purchase for some, but I think the one featured in this deal is in the sweet spot for many people for price vs value.

      I’m not as familiar with ProForm or StarTrac - if considering them RFDers should consider whether they provide the "smart" Peloton experience I'm referring to.
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    • Btw OP great thread, comps and the energy you put in to provide all the details.
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    • Not gonna get one but will thumb up for OP's thorough review
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    • Shawnies wrote: The echelon bike is 899 at bestbuy too. What about that one? Although I think when echelon website has a sale which also brings it to 899 they don’t charge taxes for some reason.
      I considered Echelon for a while. I kept reading that each version was smoother and better than the prior (EX1 vs EX3 vs EX5 (not available in Canada)). The EX1 is the one for $899 - note the Echelon website will charge you $150 shipping unless you commit to Echelon's subscription for two years at~ $33/month.

      Hard to compare quality without trying both but the EX3 at $1299 (from BestBuy, until tomorrow - $1450 after) just doesn't compare as nicely to this bike IMO.
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    • fpenguin wrote: Not gonna get one but will thumb up for OP's thorough review
      The OP's presentation is so good that it makes me want to buy one even though I already have a gym membership which includes spin classes.
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    • TorontoEh wrote: Thanks op great deal. Wow I didn't even know Pele had a monthly fee ( it's the new monetization model I guess). Subs are the way to go.
      Those subscription fees are how they got their $1B+ valuation. It's a premium product/experience price point for sure. It can make a lot of sense if you're able to do it instead of paying a gym membership or regular spin classes - definitely an interesting disruptor in the fitness industry.
      fpenguin wrote: Not gonna get one but will thumb up for OP's thorough review
      TorontoEh wrote: Btw OP great thread, comps and the energy you put in to provide all the details.
      Thanks, I appreciate it!
      HN12345 wrote: The OP's presentation is so good that it makes me want to buy one even though I already have a gym membership which includes spin classes.
      😂
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    • HN12345 wrote: Any suggestions on how to land a commercial bike without spending thousands? Are there any good gym equipment auction sites out there? I think my employer (DND) had some liquidation clear out a few months ago which I wasn't aware of, going to have to inquire with them about any pending future clear outs.
      I bought my Star Trac bike from someone off Kijiji and it was almost brand new. Cost is over $2000 but i got it for $300. The guy hurt his knees and could not use it anymore. It's chain driven so it gives me the real feeling of riding a bike on the streets. Belt driven I find is more for people who love spin class style cycling.

      Here is a link to the one i have but mine has a monitor on it. Love the thing.

      https://www.fitnesssuperstore.com/Star- ... YkQAvD_BwE

      Best time to search is a couple of months after Jan 1.
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