Sun Joe’s 24V power cleaner uses any fresh water source at $59 in New Green Deals

Are you tired of the large size of pressure washers? Well, Sun Joe’s 24V iON+ Power Cleaner is designed to pull its water from any fresh water source, meaning you can use it at the lake or in the driveway without a hose. It’s also more compact, battery-powered, and needs no gas or oil to function. Plus, today, it’s on sale for a new all-time low of $59, which is 34% below its normal going rate. We also have a wide selection of Tesla and e-bike discounts in today’s New Green Deals, so you won’t want to miss that either.

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.

Sun Joe’s power cleaner blasts away winter grime

Amazon is offering the Sun Joe 24V iON+ Power Cleaner Kit for $59 shipped. Down from $89 at Amazon, today’s deal marks a new all-time low that we’ve tracked there at 34% off. Ready to help you blast away winter grime from your car, sidewalk, or house, this power cleaner doesn’t have a bulky engine or need to be plugged in to function. With five built-in nozzles to choose from, this power cleaner can output 0º, 0º+, 25º, 40º, or shower modes. There’s an 80W motor which can provide up to 350 PSI, though it’ll generally deliver 320 PSI at 0.55 GPM. There’s also a 20-foot siphon hose which can draw water from any fresh water source, which can be a lake, tub, bucket, or anything else, making this ideal for use at the lake or in the yard. Of course, no gas or oil is required for it to function at all, making it a green tool as well.

Greenworks electric cordless snow throwers and shovels up to 58% off from $63 (Today only)

Today only, as part of its Very Merry Deals, Amazon is now offering up to 58% off electric Greenworks snow removal gear. One standout is the Greenworks 40V 16 inch Cordless Snow Thrower package at $194.97 shipped. Regularly $300, this is 35% or $105 off the going rate and the best price we can find. This is also the lowest price we have tracked on this configuration via Amazon. Including both the charger and 5Ah battery you’ll need to run it, you’re looking at a completely tether-free snow removal solution to take the back-breaking manual labor out of cleaning your driveway and walkways this year and beyond. It features a 16-inch clearing path, 8-inch clearing depth, and a 20-foot throwing distance – the 180-degree rotating chute delivers “ultimate control over snow displacement” as well. The whole thing runs on a digital control brushless motor via the Greenworks 40V Li-Ion system that is also compatible with a range of the brand’s other outdoor electric tools. Head to 9to5Toys for more holiday Greenworks deals. 

Save up to $600 on Juiced Bikes in last-ditch holiday sale

Juiced Bikes is currently offering its CrossCurrent S2 E-bike at $1,199 shipped. You can actually save an additional $200 if you purchase two with the code 2BIKEOFFER at checkout. Normally $1,799, this is at least $600 in savings and marks a new all-time low that we’ve tracked for the CrossCurrent S2. This e-bike is perfect for commuting thanks to its 52V battery that’s ready to “fuel a faster, farther, more powerful, and more efficient ride.” It lasts for up to 65 miles per charge and can reach top speeds of 28 MPH, making it a great choice for those going back and forth to work, home, school, or the store. Of course, all of this happens without a single drop of gas or oil thanks to the aforementioned battery as well.

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New Tesla deals

After checking out the Sun Joe power cleaner on sale above, if you keep read, you’ll find a selection of new green deals that will make your Tesla experience better in multiple areas. From storage to keep recordings on to phone mounts, car chargers, and anything else we can find, it’ll be listed below. Each day we’ll do our best to find new and exciting deals and ways for you to save on fun accessories for your Tesla, making each trip unique. For more gift ideas and deals, check out the best Tesla shop. Keep reading on for e-bike, Greenworks, and other great deals.

New e-bike deals + electric scooter discounts

You can use an e-bike or electric scooter for fun, exercise, or even transportation to and from work or the coffee shop. We have several people here that will regularly commute to coffee shops or offices on their e-bike, as it cuts down on fossil fuel usage as well as allows them to enjoy some time outdoors on nice sunny days. Below, you’ll find a wide selection of new e-bike deals and electric scooter deal in all price ranges, so give it a look if that’s something you’d be interested in picking up. As always, the newest e-bike deal and electric scooter discounts and sales will be at the top, so shop quick as the discounts are bound to go away soon.

Additional New Green Deals

After shopping the Sun Joe power cleaner on sale above, be sure to check out the other discounts we found today. These new green deals are wide-ranging from outdoor lawn equipment to anything else we find that could save you money in various ways, be that cutting gas and oil out of your life or just enjoying other amenities that energy-saving gear can bring. As always, the newest deals will be at the top, so shop quick as the discounts are bound to go away soon.

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Avatar for Patrick Campanale Patrick Campanale

With a love of phones, drones, and computers (couldn’t make that last one rhyme), I’m always looking for the best deals around! If you’ve got a tip to an awesome deal, go ahead and drop me a line at patrick@9to5mac.com!