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EcoFlow’s solar-powered bundle offers two batteries, more from $1,970 (Reg. $2,350) in today’s Green Deals

Wellbots is offering a unique EcoFlow bundle today with a Delta 1300 battery, plus a River 370 power station, and a 10W solar panel for $1,999. Save an extra $20 if you’re a new customer and use code NEW20 at checkout. As a comparison, this bundle typically goes for around $2,350 and we’ve never seen it offered for less. This is a great option if you’re looking to outfit your setup with a solar-powered battery. You’ll be able to count on plenty of power with the 1260Wh and 370Wh power stations, plus the 110W battery will make it easy to power up wherever you are.

Head below for more deals on Gotrax electric scooters and of course Electrek’s best EV buying and leasing deals.

Amazon is offering the Gotrax GKS Electric Scooter for $98 shipped. That’s $22 off the typical rate there and is a match for the lowest price we have tracked. This electric scooter is ready to transport riders up to 7.5-miles on a single charge. It features 6-inch tires that “absorb vibrations making a glide effortlessly on cement or paved roads.“ While aimed at riders aged from 6-12, a 154-pound weight capacity ensures that a multitude of other ages will still be able to enjoy taking it for a spin. Rated 4.2/5 stars.

Home Depot has kicked off a new outdoor tool sale this week, with notable price drops on RYOBI, DEWALT, Milwaukee, and more with up to 40% off. Free shipping is available on nearly everything, or you can opt for curbside pickup, as well to side-step any fees. Our top pick is the RYOBI 40V Electric Cordless String Trimmer for $109. You’d typically pay $140 for this model and we previously saw it at $115. This model features a fully-electric and cordless design that’s backed by RYOBI’s 40V ecosystem. Notable features here include an auto-feed string head and a variable speed trigger, which is particularly helpful when trimming more detailed areas. Rated 4.1/5 stars. Hit the jump for additional top picks.

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