Juiced Bikes just launched its new Scrambler X2 e-bike, and now it’s falling to a new all-time low. Dropping down to $1,449, the new e-bike headlines all of today’s deals to go alongside this Renogy Phoenix Elite power station briefcase with built-in solar panels at $300 as well as end of the year savings on the OG Aventon Sinch e-bike at just $700.
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New all-time low live on the new Juiced Scrambler X2 e-bike
The new Juiced Scrambler X2 e-bike is down to its best price yet. Courtesy of Juiced Bikes, the brand is dropping the new release down to $1,449 shipped with code RIDE50. This is a new all-time low, as well as only the second-ever chance to save. We did see a launch discount go live for its launch at the very beginning of the month, and now it’s an extra $50 off.
The new Juiced Scrambler X2 arrives as a second-generation version of the minibike design that launched a few years back. Now, the company notes that it is “back and better than ever!” And the specs are backing up that claim. This boxy Class 3 e-bike comes centered around a 1,000W motor that’s backed by a 52V 15.6Ah battery with an 811Wh capacity. That should mean you’re looking at 55 miles of range on a single charge with top speeds clocking in around 28 MPH – so surely nothing to sneeze at. There are some other add-ons to the unique design, like front suspension, all-terrain knobby tires, and an oversized headlamp, that fully sell the aesthetic of the Scrambler X2.
Best Buy clears out Aventon’s OG Sinch e-bike to $700
Continuing the end of the year clearance sale, Best Buy is keeping the all-time low discounts coming with the original Aventon Sinch for $699.99 shipped. This is $1,099 off the original $1,799 price tag and marking the best discount we have ever seen. By comparison, you’d pay $1,499 thanks to a sale on the second-generation Sinch.2. There’s really no beating a foldable e-bike for this price, especially when we see some no-name alternatives clock in with price cuts in the same ballpark.
This may be the previous-generation model, but it still shines as a great value thanks to its 40-mile range, 20 MPH max speed, and 500W motor. There’s a 14Ah battery built into the step-through frame, as well as 4-inch fat tires that should ensure this Class 2 e-bike delivers a smooth ride. You can also get a better idea of what to expect from our hands-on review coverage.
Renogy fits solar panels and 9 ports into its Phoenix Elite power station briefcase
Amazon is offering the Renogy Phoenix Elite Portable Generator Station for $299.99 shipped, after clipping the on-page $50 off coupon. Down from its $450 price tag, it spent the year keeping to the same $396 rate that began at the end of last year, quickly rising to its MSRP after Black Friday sales had concluded. Today’s deal comes in as a 33% markdown off the going rate, marking a new and long-awaited all-time Amazon low.
Sporting a portable briefcase design, this generator station provides a 300Wh capacity that was made for weekend trips away from the home or emergency power needs. It combines two integrated and highly efficient 10W monocrystalline solar panels for effortless charging wherever and whenever you need it. You’ll also get plenty of ports for your device charging needs: four USB-As – two of which are 18W quick chargers – two DCs, an AC port with a 300W max output, a USB-C port with a 60W max, and a cigarette lighter port. During emergencies, it also features three lighting modes to help you navigate through power outages and is compatible with external solar panels for faster recharge rates.
Winter e-bike discounts
Other new Green Deals landing this week
The savings this week are also continuing to a collection of other markdowns. To the same tune as the offers above, these all help you take a more energy-conscious approach to your routine. Winter means you can lock-in even better off-season price cuts on electric tools for the lawn, while saving on EVs and tons of other gear.
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