In just a couple of years, Bird’s electric scooters have become a ubiquitous part of the transportation ecosystem in many a city across America. But the sharing economy has its downsides, too; scooters can be hard to find or beaten to hell, and that’s assuming you even have them in your hometown.
Luckily, if you’re ready to add an electric scooter of your own to your personal mobility portfolio (a.k.a. your garage), Bird has you covered there, too. The Bird ES1-300 can hit 15.5 mph and do 15 miles on a charge and carry up to 220 pounds, yet it weighs less than 28 lbs, and is compact enough to roll onto a bus or subway, making it an ideal last-mile solution for your commute.
Normally, ones of Bird’s refurbished-and-good-as-new electric scooters runs $400 on Amazon, but right now, you can snap one up for $280 — 28 percent off the usual price. But you’d better act fast, because this deal ends at midnight Pacific Standard Time.
The Gear Patrol Commuter, made in tandem with Priority Bicycles, was inspired by — and tested on — the streets of New York City. Streamlined for your everyday grind, it a pairs a durable, easy-to-maintain feature set with an understated colorway you won’t find anywhere else. Buy Now: $899 $799
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