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07-Oct-2020 07:22

I just don’t think it makes sense to put them in the lower priced category, though the case could easily be made that they compete with the

I just don’t think it makes sense to put them in the lower priced category, though the case could easily be made that they compete with the $1,000 trainers (and are almost universally a better buy).High-End $1,000 : These are the high-end trainers, and primarily distinguish themselves from the mid-range by increasing durability, reducing noise, or just being expensive for the heck of it (i.e., legacy branding/marketing).Partially because they aren’t available yet, and partially because I have exceedingly low confidence in either when they will be available or the quality with them (see the ‘Trainers I didn’t include’ section at the end).Next, there are undoubtedly many other good trainers, great trainers even – especially in the sub-$300 range out there that don’t have electronics in them.Which means it’s time for the Annual Trainer Recommendations post!I started this five years ago, and know many of you are looking for an updated version for this season.

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I just don’t think it makes sense to put them in the lower priced category, though the case could easily be made that they compete with the $1,000 trainers (and are almost universally a better buy).

High-End $1,000 : These are the high-end trainers, and primarily distinguish themselves from the mid-range by increasing durability, reducing noise, or just being expensive for the heck of it (i.e., legacy branding/marketing).

,000 trainers (and are almost universally a better buy).

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I just don’t think it makes sense to put them in the lower priced category, though the case could easily be made that they compete with the $1,000 trainers (and are almost universally a better buy).High-End $1,000 : These are the high-end trainers, and primarily distinguish themselves from the mid-range by increasing durability, reducing noise, or just being expensive for the heck of it (i.e., legacy branding/marketing).Partially because they aren’t available yet, and partially because I have exceedingly low confidence in either when they will be available or the quality with them (see the ‘Trainers I didn’t include’ section at the end).Next, there are undoubtedly many other good trainers, great trainers even – especially in the sub-$300 range out there that don’t have electronics in them.Which means it’s time for the Annual Trainer Recommendations post!I started this five years ago, and know many of you are looking for an updated version for this season.

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I just don’t think it makes sense to put them in the lower priced category, though the case could easily be made that they compete with the $1,000 trainers (and are almost universally a better buy).

High-End $1,000 : These are the high-end trainers, and primarily distinguish themselves from the mid-range by increasing durability, reducing noise, or just being expensive for the heck of it (i.e., legacy branding/marketing).

,000 : These are the high-end trainers, and primarily distinguish themselves from the mid-range by increasing durability, reducing noise, or just being expensive for the heck of it (i.e., legacy branding/marketing).

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Still, I’m lucky enough to have been able to try almost everything made by all the major trainer companies this year, at least at the mid to upper end (I don’t tend to review the 118 different models of trainers from to 0).

All of which ignores the reality of MAP (Minimum Advertising Pricing), which exists in the US and doesn’t exist in Europe.

Next, be wary of purchasing trainers outside your home country (meaning, if in the US, buying from a retailer in Europe).

The summer season is past us (well, unless you’re in Australia), and it’s time to pick out that trainer for the weekend.

Sure, the weather in much of the US and Europe right now might feel warm, but that’ll change overnight.

Still, I’m lucky enough to have been able to try almost everything made by all the major trainer companies this year, at least at the mid to upper end (I don’t tend to review the 118 different models of trainers from to 0).

All of which ignores the reality of MAP (Minimum Advertising Pricing), which exists in the US and doesn’t exist in Europe.

Next, be wary of purchasing trainers outside your home country (meaning, if in the US, buying from a retailer in Europe).

The summer season is past us (well, unless you’re in Australia), and it’s time to pick out that trainer for the weekend.

Sure, the weather in much of the US and Europe right now might feel warm, but that’ll change overnight.

Almost lastly, this post will NOT cover trainer apps, rather, I have a dedicated post for that coming up later this month.