Save $405 in Lectric July 4th e-bike sale, ALLPOWERS power stations up to $1,300 off, 1-day Worx chainsaw deal, more

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Happy July friends! We’re kicking off the month alongside this week’s Green Deals with Lectric’s 4th of July sale that is taking up to $405 off e-bike bundles, with the biggest savings happening on the XP 3.0 Long-Range e-bikes at $1,199. This official sale is joined by an unofficial one from ALLPOWERS that is taking up to $1,300 off select power stations, bundles, and accessories starting from $79. And bringing up the rear is a 1-day discount on the Worx 20V PowerShare 10-inch Cordless Electric Chainsaw for $109. Plus, all the other hangover Green Deals that are still alive and well.

Head below for other New Green Deals 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.

Lectric 4th of July sale takes up to $405 off the best-selling XP 3.0 e-bike bundles and more

If you missed out on the previous Lectric sales, don’t worry, cause the company has just launched its 4th of July sale that is taking up to $405 off its lineup of e-bike bundles. The biggest discounts this time around are on the XP 3.0 Long-Range e-bike for $1,199 shipped along with $405 in free accessories. As is the norm with Lectric EV sales, this brand’s models are keeping to their MSRPs, with the savings being on the bundle packages that come along with your purchase. We’ve seen bigger bundles offered for this model in the past, often during major holiday sales, but today’s deal still comes in as a solid and affordable commuter solution with a larger-than-normal giant cushioned saddle that is better supported by the coiled spring suspension, an Elite 850 lux headlight, a front cargo rack, and both small and large baskets. The XP 3.0 models were also named the third best-selling EV in America last month, coming in behind Tesla’s Model Y and Model 3. You can learn more about this e-bike below, or by reading through our hands-on review.

Lectric’s XP 3.0 Long-Range e-bikes come in three options: the standard black model, the black step-thru model, and a white step-thru model. All three come stocked with the same 500W hub-motor (peaking at 1,000W) alongside a long-range internal 48V battery that lets it hit speeds up to 20 MPH for 30 miles using only the throttle, or it can hit 28 MPH for up to 65 miles when utilizing the pedal assist modes – now supported by the company’s new Pedal Assist Wattage Regulation (PWR) Programming that you can learn more about here. You’ll also enjoy built-in features like the hydraulic disc brakes, an integrated rear cargo rack, puncture-resistant tires, a headlamp and taillight combination for safer riding at night, an LCD display with water and dust resistance ratings, and a foldable body for effortless storage.

XPeak Off-Road e-bikes with $315 in free accessories

XP 3.0 Standard e-bikes with $228 in free accessories

XPedition Cargo e-bikes with $187 and $306 in free accessories

Other Lectric 4th of July e-bike discounts

Lectric pre-order discounts

Be sure to also check out Lectric’s latest upcoming model, the new XP Lite 2.0 e-bike that will begin shipping sometime in the coming weeks of July.

ALLPOWERS has some featured discounts taking up to $1,300 off a selection of its power stations, solar generator bundles, and accessories. A notable addition to these discounts is the R1500 Portable Power Station that has dropped down to $499 shipped. Normally fetching $899, this unit first dropped to $499 back in February, with March bringing costs down further to the short-lived $409 low, before it shot back to its MSRP. For the last three months its been bouncing between $600 and $499, with the most recent Father’s Day sale skipping over it entirely. Today it returns as a 44% markdown that gives you a solid $400 in savings and returns it to the second-lowest price we have tracked – $90 above the all-time low. There’s three good bundle options too – you can get the power station with a 100W solar panel for an additional $100, the power station with a 200W solar panel for $200 more, or bump it all the way up to a 600W solar panel combo for $1,148, down from $1,599.

The R1500 power station has been upgraded to new LiFePO4 batteries, giving you 1,152Wh of capacity alongside 1,800W of power output (3,000W peak). You’ll have 11 versatile ports (four ACs, two USB-As, two USB-Cs, two wireless chargers on top, and a car port) for your device charging needs at home or out and about in the world – plus, full smart controls for monitoring and adjusting settings via the ALLPOWERS app. You’ll be able to get a full recharge with a standard outlet in just one hour, or in just two hours with 650W of solar input – meaning the 600W panel combo will likely take a little over two hours to refill the battery.

Worx 20V PowerShare 10-inch cordless electric chainsaw within post for Lectric 4th of July sale with XP 3.0 Long-Range e-bike

Worx 20V PowerShare 10-inch Cordless Electric Chainsaw now $109 in one-day Best Buy sale

Courtesy of its Deals of the Day, Best Buy is offering the Worx 20V PowerShare 10-inch Cordless Electric Chainsaw for $109 shipped through the end of the day. Usually going for $150, we saw it fall to its lowest $94 price during last year’s Christmas sales, before rising back and keeping above $129 with less frequent and more sporadic discounts. In 2024, we’ve seen a few drops to $99 over the months, but nothing much else below $112. Today’s deal comes in as a 27% markdown that is giving you $41 in savings and dropping costs to the fourth-lowest price we have tracked – just $15 above the all-time low from Christmas. It also currently matches the price over at Amazon too.

Weighing only 6.2 pounds and equipped with a 10-inch bar and chain, this compact chainsaw puts far less strain on your arms while working – equal to holding a 2L soda. It features an automatic oiler to ensure the chain remains operating at peak efficiency, and a tension control knob allows you to adjust the chain’s tension tool-free, while it simultaneously prevents the chain from over-tightening. The 2.0Ah battery is compatible across the WORX PowerShare ecosystem, allowing you to interchange batteries between 20V, 40V, and 80V cordless tools. It even has a battery indicator that tells you at a glance how much juice is left for the tasks at hand. Also includes charger and sheath with purchase.

And after having a 1-day sale of its own last week, Best Buy is now offering a longer-term deal on the Worx 20V PowerShare 10-inch Cordless Pole/Chainsaw for $139, down from $170, which is also matched over at Amazon as well. With this combo, you’ll be getting the above chainsaw along with a pole arm to convert it into a high-reaching cordless polesaw when your tree’s branches need trimming. In this form, its 6.2-pound body bumps up to only 10 pounds, plus you get the extra 12 inches of extension for a more versatile tool.

Summer e-bike deals!

Bluetti 3-part Prime Day sale within post for Lectric 4th of July sale with XP 3.0 Long-Range e-bike

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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