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Jackery 518Wh Portable Power Station Explorer 500 Lithium Battery Pack

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$499.99
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Jackery Inc via Amazon has Jackery 518Wh Portable Power Station Explorer 500 Lithium Battery Pack on sale for $419.99 when you 'clip' the $80 off coupon on the product page. Shipping is free.

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Deal Instructions:
  1. Visit the page for Jackery 518Wh Portable Power Station Explorer 500 Lithium Battery Pack
    • Note: Must be shipped/sold by Jackery Inc
  2. Clip the $80 off coupon on the page
  3. Add to your cart
  4. Continue to checkout
  5. Your total should be $419.99 with free shipping
Features:
  • 518 watt-hour (24Ah, 21.6V) lithium-ion battery pack
  • Built-in MPPT controller for solar recharging
  • Supports devices up to 500W
    • 1x AC Outlet (Pure Sine Wave)
    • 3x USB Type-A Ports
    • 2x DC Ports
    • 1x 12V Car Port

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    • This price represents a $180 discount (30% Savings) from the list price of $599.99.
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    • Seller Jackery Inc is rated 99% positive lifetime ratings from over 60,900 reivews
    • Seller offers a 30-Day Money Back Guarantee
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No USB-C and only one a/c outlet. I have the GoLabs r300 and it has 2 usb-a ports, 30w pd, 60w pd, and two a/c outlets. Plus it charges at 60w. This doesn't seem very slick.
Different use cases for everyone but power stations like Jackery, Goal Zero, Delta are for my emergency preparedness kit versus daily usage
It sounds like you are too stationary for this product

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It feels good initially to get power from the sun until you realize how much effort it takes to keep charging and go indoors/outdoors to keep getting electricity. Eventually, you give up and go back to paying ~$0.15/kWH. I've had MPPT charge controllers, lead acid batteries, etc. That's my story.
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Different use cases for everyone but power stations like Jackery, Goal Zero, Delta are for my emergency preparedness kit versus daily usage
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No USB-C and only one a/c outlet. I have the GoLabs r300 and it has 2 usb-a ports, 30w pd, 60w pd, and two a/c outlets. Plus it charges at 60w. This doesn't seem very slick.
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It feels good initially to get power from the sun until you realize how much effort it takes to keep charging and go indoors/outdoors to keep getting electricity. Eventually, you give up and go back to paying ~$0.15/kWH. I've had MPPT charge controllers, lead acid batteries, etc. That's my story.
It sounds like you are too stationary for this product
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Quote from jacob.b.smith :
No USB-C and only one a/c outlet. I have the GoLabs r300 and it has 2 usb-a ports, 30w pd, 60w pd, and two a/c outlets. Plus it charges at 60w. This doesn't seem very slick.
The 300 has better output choices than the 500 including 2AC
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In the future you might want to say " x product for x price AC"
AC stands for "after coupon"

Don't know enough about the product to really comment but it seems to get a lot of love on Amazon. As others indicated the USB ports use older charging technology and it would be nicer if it had more AC options.
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Quote from jmschn :
Different use cases for everyone but power stations like Jackery, Goal Zero, Delta are for my emergency preparedness kit versus daily usage
Yup. Run fridge if power goes out for a few days... especially if you have solar.
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Isn't a new updated 500 coming out soon?
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RVers and car campers like these.
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It feels good initially to get power from the sun until you realize how much effort it takes to keep charging and go indoors/outdoors to keep getting electricity. Eventually, you give up and go back to paying ~$0.15/kWH. I've had MPPT charge controllers, lead acid batteries, etc. That's my story.
I have a feeling you used 12v marine deep cycle batteries? 6v golf cart deep cycle batteries FTW!
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Can I use octane gas?
Yes you just have to drill a hole to pour it in.
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Can I use octane gas?
Yes buy a Prius and plug this in.
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