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Rad Power takes $250 off cargo e-bikes, electric mini water heater $162, more

A is now live from Rad Power discounting some of its more popular and capable EVs in the process. With , you’ll also be able to save on this at just . Not to mention this ongoing launch discount on the just-announced . But if that doesn’t suit your EV needs, just don’t forget about our usual massive list of other e-bike discounts, too.

Head below for other New Green Deals that we’ve found today and of course Electrek’s best EV buying and leasing deals. Also, check out the new Electrek Tesla Shop for the best deals on Tesla accessories.

Rad Power takes $250 off cargo e-bikes

Rad Power is ending the week today by . This time putting some of the brand’s latest cargo e-bikes in the spotlight, the savings take $250 off a series of models that offer a little more utitlity than your average electric ride. There are three different form-factors up for grabs at the best prices of the season – if not the whole year – all starting at $1,249 shipped.

All of the discounted cargo e-bikes on sale from Rad Power today are landing with some extra storage capacities in tow. There are three different models that clock in at three different price points, arriving with models that let you haul a few groceries home from the store, all the way up to EVs that have room for an extra person on the back and more. 

Rad Power Bikes are some of our favorite options at the 9to5 network, with our reviews over at Electrek constantly walking away impressed by its releases. We’ve had favorable reviews on all three of the models below, too. 

This 120V electric mini tank water heater is just $162

Amazon is offering the . Normally sitting somewhere between $170 and its original $200, this $38 discount is a new all-time low. Able to store four gallons of water, this mini water heater is a perfect under-the-sink solution when your water keeps running cold. With a 150 PSI max, and a heat range of 77 degrees to 171 degrees Fahrenheit, this mini water heater provides on-demand hot water with a quick setting of its knob and a flick of your faucet’s handle. Installation is simple, just plumb the heater into the waterline at your sink’s location, and you’re good to go.

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Juiced debuts new Scorpion X2 e-bike at $400 off

Juiced Bikes today is launching the new Scorpion X2 e-bike. We detailed everything you need to know about the upcoming EV over at Electrek, but didn’t mention that the Juiced Scorpion X2 is arriving with a limited-time price cut. Ahead of shipping at the end of September, you can now pre-order the new e-bike for $1,499 shipped. Down from $1,899, today’s offer arrives with $400 in savings attached on an all-new electric ride. It’s of course the first discount since launching today, and a new all-time low.

The new Scorpion X2 from Juiced Bikes arrives as a second-generation version of the original HyperScorpion. Now back and better than ever, the brand’s latest electric experience packs a 1,000W RetroBlade motor into a moped-style design with a 15.6Ah battery. That enables up to 28 MPH top speeds, as well as over 55 miles of range. New this time are all-terrain knobby tires for smoother off-road rides, as well as other inclusions like front and rear hydraulic disc brakes, a slick 7-speed transmission, front and rear fenders, and a 2,000-lumen headlight. Of course, that’s all with $400 discount attached, too.

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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.


Author: Rikka Altland
Source: Electrek

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