Get NIU’s Kqi3 Pro Electric Scooter for $200 off this Cyber Monday

Join the electric vehicle revolution at an incredible price with this Cyber Monday deal from NIU.
NIU Qqi3 Pro Electric Scooter Cyber Monday Deal
NIU's Kqui3 Pro Electric Scooter is cheaper than ever on Cyber Monday NIU

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Electric scooters have become a hot-ticket mode of transportation: they’re a light and efficient way to get around, and easier to park than cumbersome cars. However, they’re also notoriously expensive. You can save $200 on NIU’s Kqi3 Pro, one of the best electric scooters we’ve tested. This Cyber Monday deal brings the Kqi3 Pro down to $600, the lowest price we’ve seen yet.

NIU Kqi3 Pro Electric Scooter, $599.25 (Was $799)

This scooter can go up to 20 miles per hour and lasts up to six hours (up to 31 miles) per charge, which makes it perfect for short trips to the store or a joyride around the beach or park. We found the Kqi3 very easy to handle, even for someone who hasn’t used an electric scooter before, and were impressed at how well its beefy tires handled small bumps, rocks, and other obstacles.

The switch that allows you to fold the handlebars over the Kqi3’s frame is easy to depress when moving your scooter into a car or other tight space and won’t get triggered accidentally. It’s easy enough to fold and unfold the Kqi3 that we never found it annoying to transport it in and out of the home. The Kqi3 Pro is an excellent electric scooter for new riders and would be a fantastic holiday gift this season for someone looking to ditch their car once in a while.

If you’ve been looking for the right time to pick up an electric scooter (for yourself or someone else), this Cyber Monday deal makes today the perfect opportunity.

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Brandt Ranj

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Brandt Ranj is a commerce reporter at Popular Science. He writes about the latest and greatest gadgets, from headphones and TVs to chargers and cables. He splits his time between New York City, Long Island, and Croatia, carting test gear around the U.S. and the globe.