The Apollo Ghost (8/10, WIRED Recommends) usually costs $1,699, so this deal nets you a free Apollo Air free. Reviews editor Julian Chokkattu loves the Ghost for its speed and power. The Air Pro won’t go as fast and suffers from a much-limited range, but it’s still a solid entry-level e-scooter. The Apollo Ghost is also discounted on its own for $1,399 ($200 off).
The Street is a sharp-looking helmet for those who don’t want to look like a weekend racer. Many of Nutcase’s helmets now come with MIPS (multi-directional impact system). It’s a liner inside the helmet that allows some rotation to absorb energy and reduce the risk of rotational brain injuries. The Nutcase Vio is also $120 ($30 off). It has 360 degrees of LED light coverage for those of you who don’t have (or want) to mount bike headlamps and tail lamps.
Arkel has a full range of bags that mount to pannier racks, from the laptop-carrying Commuter to the grocery-getter Shopper. All of them utilize Arkel’s excellent attachment system that keeps the bag from shifting and flopping around during rides. These Canadian-made bags are pricey, so take advantage of this rare sale.
Camping and Hiking Deals
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Towering chunks of wood on a bonfire are a lot of fun, but finding a lot of dry wood takes a serious time commitment. The smokeless Solo Stove requires less wood than an open bonfire and burns more completely, and it lets fewer sparks go astray, which is an important consideration if you’re setting it up in a backyard or a forested campsite. Associate reviews editor Parker Hall fell in love with the larger Yukon model.
Canister stoves might have the market corned on ease of use, but liquid-fuel white gas stoves like the WhisperLite offer the most versatility, especially internationally, where isobutane canisters are less available. The WhisperLite is a quieter (but not super quiet) version of MSR’s venerable, dependable camp stove.
You can get a wide range of bottles, tumblers, and travel mugs at Hydro Flask. The brand pops up in our best reusable water bottles and best travel mugs guides, as they are generally tough and don’t leak.
Titanium is both a stalwart and, because of its often high price, a punchline in the hiking community. For around $50 though, this deal on MSR’s Titan Kettle brings lightweight cooking equipment within the range of slightly cheaper (but heavier) steel. The Titan Kettle is a wee bit thicker and sturdier than the (also fantastic) competitors Evernew and Toaks.
Tie up for a rest during a day hike, take a snooze between two trees in your backyard, or spend a night outdoors under the clear sky. This two-person nylon hammock weighs only 19 ounces, but it supports up to 400 combined pounds of snugglin’. This is also a pick in our stress relief gift guide.