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Pre Black Friday Jackery Deals Explorer 1500 with Solar Panels, 1000 and 1000 with Solar Panels Up to $405 Off or $225 off or $180 Off Good From 11-14 to 11-18

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EARLY BLACK FRIDAY SALE

Save earlier & save BIG! Up to $405 OFF (Nov.14th - Nov.18th)

The Explorer 1500 with 4 Panels is $2294 which is $405 off.

The Explorer 1000 with 2 Panels is $1274 which is $225 off.

The Explorer 1000 is $829 which is $180 off.

https://www.jackery.com/pages/black-friday


Then it also looks like its with coupons on Amazon there too.
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Shouldn't 100W panels be abou t$130 each, plus about$350 for the battery? Seems they have 100% markup
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Quote from Geburtenfresser :
Shouldn't 100W panels be abou t$130 each, plus about$350 for the battery? Seems they have 100% markup
I think that would be a price for a normal 100w panel. These are flexible smaller. Some have USB ports. Idk if they have higher solar to power ratios. The 100w I got other places for $120 are bigger. If I could do it again maybe get Jackery again, but it's not the cheapest way per watt IMO
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Quote from Geburtenfresser :
Shouldn't 100W panels be abou t$130 each, plus about$350 for the battery? Seems they have 100% markup
You don't know Jackery!
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Quote from DavidH1706 :
I think that would be a price for a normal 100w panel. These are flexible smaller. Some have USB ports. Idk if they have higher solar to power ratios. The 100w I got other places for $120 are bigger. If I could do it again maybe get Jackery again, but it's not the cheapest way per watt IMO
Unless they had a major breakthrough in efficiency they didn't tell anyone about, I would assume bigger = more wattage.
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