Black Friday Decathlon, the best offers

Black Friday Decathlon, the best offers

Black Friday Decathlon

Black Friday is now behind the doors, and we are eagerly awaiting all the promotions of the major e-commerce sites. This annual anniversary is, of course, the perfect opportunity to retrieve your favorite items at very affordable prices, with discounts that can sometimes reach crazy discount percentages.

Read also: Black Friday Unieuro, the products to keep We have therefore decided to offer you in this article all those products that, in our humble opinion, represent the best solutions to keep track of during the Black Friday discount waves, in particular all those sold by Decathlon. As we have specified in one of our old articles, we cannot know which of these articles will be on offer, but we are sure that they could be useful to you.

Having said that, before we reveal our review, we remind you that we have chosen various hi-tech products and more. In addition, we would like to underline that we will update this article weekly, in order to offer you a selection with the best Decathlon products.

Vivobike Fatbike 20 ″

Let's start with a of the best pedal assisted bicycles, namely the 20 ″ Vivobike Fatbike. This folding bike will be able to overcome any urban obstacle, thanks to the presence of wide tires and the front shock absorber. In addition to this, it boasts firm braking thanks to the double 160 mm mechanical disc brake. There is, of course, a 250W-36V brushless motor in the rear wheel and a backlit multifunction display with odometer function.


26 ″ MTB ST 50

Let's go from a pedal assisted bicycle to a traditional bicycle, as some of you don't need much help. The model we recommend is the 26 ″ MTB bike, ideal for making many excursions in dry weather. This product has been designed to make any trip comfortable, in fact it boasts a frame with a higher position for a straight back, an 80 mm suspension and an exclusive ERGOFIT saddle in the shape of a hammock.


27.5 ″ E-ST 100 MTB

If you are looking for a pedal assisted bicycle with a traditional form factor, we advise you to consider buying during the Black Friday, the 27.5 ″ E-ST 100 MTB. We are talking about a product that has been designed to offer great performance when hiking on uneven terrain. Being a mostly technological product, it has several intelligent functions, such as smart assistance, the cadence sensor and a display, which will improve the overall experience during a trip.


Tecnovita Evo 900

We close the article with a product with excellent technical specifications, perfect for those who want to train at home, without necessarily having to go to the gym. The product in question is the Tecnovita Evo 900. It is a treadmill with excellent technical specifications, starting with its 2.75 hp electric motor, which reaches a maximum speed of 16 km / h. Among its other features, we find a computer with which you can set the path to take and activate two fans for ventilation.


Click Frenzy 2021: what to expect during November’s The Main Event sale

Click Frenzy text in the centre, with various tech products surrounding it © Provided by TechRadar Click Frenzy text in the centre, with various tech products surrounding it

You might know that Black Friday is just a few weeks away, but there’s one other shopping event on the calendar before Black Friday sales officially arrive on November 26. That’s right, Click Frenzy is back with its final instalment of the year on November 9, and we’ll be covering the online sale to ensure you snag a bargain.

It’s called Click Frenzy The Main Event, and it will start at 7pm AEDT on Tuesday, November 9 to then run for 53 hours, which means it will come to an end at 11:59pm AEDT on Thursday, November 11. While we don’t have official word on the participating retailers just yet, we’ve been following this shopping saga long enough to have a hunch with what to expect.

The official event is just over one week away, but as always, TechRadar's Australian deals team will be here to help you find the best deals on all things electronics from the Click Frenzy sale. In the meantime, we’ve got some details on the shopping frenzy below so you know what to expect.

What is Click Frenzy?

Click Frenzy is an online sale that brings together thousands of deals from a huge variety of Australian retailers into one central location. When it was first created in 2012, it was a biannual sale event held in May (known as Click Frenzy Mayhem) and again in November (first named Click Frenzy Go Wild, but now known as The Main Event).

As its popularity grew, Click Frenzy expanded to several sale events throughout the year. There’s now the (oddly named) Julove in July, and a travel-specific sale generally held in September. Click Frenzy used to be a strictly 24-hour sale – starting at 7pm on one day and ending at 7pm the next – but it has since expanded significantly to 53 hours of deal hunting.

Click Frenzy is also known for offering 99% off deals, which are only available to Click Frenzy members (which is free to sign up for, by the way). Recently, the deals have included a PS5 for just AU$6, and Apple AirPods Pro earbuds for just AU$3. These discounts are limited in number, and pop up at random times on the site for members who are ready and waiting (and signed in).

The website itself allows shoppers to search by brand, item, category or just browse the large number of deals. That said, some retailers will jump the gun and offer deals a few hours before the sale officially begins, so think about what you want and keep an eye out. You’ll find that all participating retailers will offer discounts on their own sites, so if you know what you want, you can go straight to the source.

When is Click Frenzy The Main Event 2021?

Click Frenzy The Main Event will officially kick off on November 9 at 7pm AEST and run for a total of 53 hours. That means you can carry on shopping until midnight on November 11.

Despite the official start time, we’ve seen several retailers release their discounts a little early in the lead up to the sale – sometimes a day prior – so you can start deal hunting before a huge amount of shoppers jump on the Click Frenzy site. As always, we’ll be listing early deals right here.

How to find the best Click Frenzy deals

Every single bargain during this big sale will be available through the Click Frenzy site. All participating retailers will be listed on the site, which should give you a good idea of what deals to expect, and the time to do a little planning. In the meantime, you can subscribe to the Click Frenzy email newsletter to get regular updates.

Another way to find the best Click Frenzy deals is to check in with us here at TechRadar, where the Australian team will be closely following the sale. If you’re interested in electronics and small appliances in particular, we’re the place to be. We’ll be covering the event over the 53 hours and hand-picking the best deals to ensure you don’t miss a thing.

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Nintendo Switch games | up to 33% off on Catch

During Click Frenzy’s July event, there were plenty of games discounted for the Nintendo Switch available from Catch. The best was Paper Mario: The Origami King for just AU$39, while other titles such as Mario Kart 8 Deluxe and Hyrule Warriors: Age Of Calamity also saw a good price cut.

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Apple AirPods Pro | AU$297 on Catch (save AU$102)

These are the first true wireless earbuds from Apple to deliver active noise cancellation, and they fit much better than the original AirPods. Now that the brand-new Apple AirPods 3 are available, we think there’s a good chance that you’ll be able to pick up the AirPods Pro or the second-gen AirPods for a bargain price.

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Garmin Fenix 6 | AU$499 on Catch (save AU$380)

Garmin’s superb range of multi-sport watches can be very expensive, but Click Frenzy delivered a chance to snag the premium wearable at a massive AU$380 off. We’ve got our fingers crossed for similar prices this year, and we’ll be on the lookout for discounts on Fitbit devices too.

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Dyson V10 Absolute+ | AU$899 at Dyson (save AU$200)

The V10 Absolute+ is the ultimate package for anyone who can’t stretch their budget as far as the V15 Detect. Despite being a few generations old now, the V10 is plenty powerful and we wouldn’t hesitate to recommend it. Dyson is a frequent participant of Click Frenzy, so if you’ve got your eye on a cordless vacuum cleaner, wait and see if you can score one for less on November 9.

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KitchenAid Artisan Stand Mixer (KSM150) | AU$599 on Catch (save AU$80)

While AU$80 wasn’t as big of a discount as we would’ve liked, it’s not too often we see the brilliant KitchenAid Artisan Stand Mixers get a huge price cut. Newer versions of this small appliance are now available, so we wouldn’t be surprised if the slightly older models get a much better discount come November.

Click Frenzy The Main Event 2021: what deals to expect

While we don’t yet know a full list of retailers that will be participating in the next instalment of Click Frenzy, we’ve covered the sale event enough times to know what to expect. If previous Click Frenzy sales are anything to go by, we can expect participating retailers to include Bose, Sony, Dell, HP, Lenovo, KitchenAid and Dyson, to name just a few.

Aussie retailers that have participated in the past include Rebel Sport, The Good Guys and Catch, among others. We’re hoping the list of participating retailers and brands increases this time around, but either way, there’ll still be thousands of bargains available online.


Headphones are a popular discounted item during Click Frenzy. Bose is a regular participant, so you could snap up the sleek and premium Bose Noise Cancelling Headphones 700 or even the older QuietComfort 35 II for a lot less than their usual RRP. Sony’s spectacular WH-1000XM4 might also be discounted, so keep an eye out for those.

Laptops, PCs & peripherals

Dell, Lenovo and HP have consistently offered Click Frenzy deals directly from their websites, but you’ll also be able to find discounts on retailer sites as well – we’re hoping to see some discounts on Apple MacBooks and Microsoft Surface devices from The Good Guys or Bing Lee. Fingers crossed! The last Click Frenzy sale also delivered better deals on gaming gear, a nice change after we found previous sales a little lacklustre.

Fitness wearables

Whether it’s Fitbit or Garmin, fitness wearables often get great discounts over Click Frenzy from retailers such as Catch, Decathlon and Rebel Sport. We’re not certain whether these Aussie retailers will return for The Main Event this November, but it’s worth waiting to see if you can snag an awesome deal.


DigiDirect often joins the frenzy, but we’re also seeing a number of other specialty camera stores participate in Click Frenzy. This is because Canon – which previously took part in the sale but no longer has its own online storefront – now offers its deals through camera retailers such as Ted’s Cameras and CameraPro.

Home entertainment

In the most recent Click Frenzy sale event in May, there unfortunately wasn’t many discounts on TVs. That’s mostly because Sony didn’t participate in the sale, so it was difficult to find any good TV sets available for less. That might change this time around, depending on which other retailers take part in November – but don’t hold your breath.

Smartphones & phone plans

It’s rare to find a discounted flagship phone during Click Frenzy, but it is possible to snag a juicy offer on a mobile plan. Circles.Life has often been a Click Frenzy participant, as has Telstra and Optus. More recently, the telcos have delivered deals on handsets when paired with a plan, such as discounted iPhone 11s and Samsung Galaxy S21s. Now that the iPhone 13 is out, there could be savings on the iPhone 12 this November.

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