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Jackery Cyber Monday 30% Off Explorer 300 Portable Power Station $209.98 Usually $299.99 Also The Jackery 100W Solar Panel $209.98 Usually $299.99 Outdoors Camping Backup

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It looks like Jackery is having a Cyber Monday Deal as well. One on a power station and then one on the solar panel. Then can spice up the deal like I saw on the other deals on here with Cashback from Amazon with like a Discover card or Chase with PayPal.

Jackery Portable Power Station Explorer 300, 293Wh Backup Lithium Battery, 110V/300W Pure Sine Wave AC Outlet, Solar Generator (Solar Panel Not Included) for Outdoors Camping Travel Hunting Blackout

The Jackery Explorer 300 is the ideal power station for short camping trips and power outages because of its compact size and functionality. With a 293Wh power capacity, it can power small appliances and charge up to six smart devices at once.
  • 2.5 Hours to Full Recharge: Charging by a 90W wall charger and 60W USB-C PD charger simultaneously, the Explorer 300 can be charged to 80% in only 2 hours. You can also recharge the Explorer 300 via a solar panel, car, or generator.
  • Updated Multifunctional Outputs: 2*AC outputs(300W/peak 500W), 60W PD USB-C, QC3.0 USB-A, USB port & 12V carport. With multiple ports, you can charge all the devices you need at once.
  • High-Quality MPPT Technology: The built-in MPPT technology provides faster solar recharge rates. The Explorer 300 can be quickly recharged from the sun in 5.5 hours with a SolarSaga 100W solar panel.
  • Portable and Durable: The Explorer 300 portable power station has a user-friendly design, small size, and durable handle, making it lightweight, stylish, and easy to carry.
  • Reliable and Safe Power: With clean lithium-ion technology, the Explorer 300 is safe and eco-friendly. The built-in Battery Management System (BMS) and pure sine wave inverter protect your sensitive devices from damage.

It is down on Amazon Prime to $209.99, so 30% off as its normal price I've seen is $299.99

https://www.amazon.com/Jackery-Po...ast_sto_dp

And Then,

Jackery SolarSaga 100W Portable Solar Panel for Explorer 240/300/500/1000/1500 Power Station, Foldable US Solar Cell Solar Charger with USB Outputs for Phones

Jackery SolarSaga 100W Monocrystalline Solar Panel, stay charged with the power of the sun! With high conversion efficiency up to 23%, it's ideally suited for outdoor life and even unexpected power outages. The solar panel weighs only 9.1 lbs, it's lightweight, foldable and with an easy-carry handle, making it more portable.
  • Easy Setup & Kickstand Included: The Solar Saga 100 features 2 kickstands that can be placed firmly on any surface ground. With just a few seconds of setup, you can start soaking energy from the sun for your Jackery power station. The TPE rubber handle allows you to carry around easily when taking off-grid adventures.
  • Higher Energy Conversion Rate: Covered by monocrystalline silicon solar cells, the solar panel adopts multi-layered cell technology to generate energy from the sunlight and perform better with higher conversion efficiency that up to 23% than other conventional panels.
  • Durable & Splash-Proof: The ETFE-laminated case is durable enough to extend the lifespan of the solar panel. It is IP65 water-resistant that will protect from water splashing (Do not place it under the rain, or to soak in water). The zippers on the pocket can hold the power cords, and cover the power port.
  • Compatible & Versatile: This solar panel is compatible with Jackery Explorer 300/500/1000/1500 power station (sold separately), ideal for off-grid camping and unexpected power outage. Solar Saga 100 features 1* USB-C(5V,3A) output port and 1* USB-A(5V, 2.4A) output port to charge 2 small devices directly.
It is down on their website and Amazon Prime to $209.99, so 30% off as its normal price is $299.99

https://www.jackery.com/products/...olar-panel

https://www.amazon.com/Jackery-So..._GENERATOR


https://www.jackery.com/products/...er-station
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Liquifier asked this question on 11-30-2021 at 01:46 PM
11-30-2021 at 01:46 PM
The jackery panel? Yes, but you’ll need an adapter since jackery is 8mm and the golabs plug is smaller.
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Bad Link on the Power Station

edit: link fixed
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Thanks I just fixed it! Sorry I am really new. The thread about newbies help say I can give rep and will try that for finding that and letting me know. Thanks
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Thanks I just fixed it! Sorry I am really new. The thread about newbies help say I can give rep and will try that for finding that and letting me know. Thanks
No problem, I think that's why some people down voted.
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Some say these batteries are old technology.
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Some say these batteries are old technology.
I own several Jackery products. I think that is a fair and accurate criticism. You do get less cycles from Jackery then you do others. The trade off is basically simplicity of use and arguably better and reliable support. I think they have a pretty good track record for reliability.
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Need a power station for camping with two kids, thinking of getting this, as this has an upgraded charging capabilities vs the 240, but also hearing GoLabs is better with a LifePO4 battery? Can anyone help me out with suggestions?
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Need a power station for camping with two kids, thinking of getting this, as this has an upgraded charging capabilities vs the 240, but also hearing GoLabs is better with a LifePO4 battery? Can anyone help me out with suggestions?
I actually own this and the golabs 300. They are very similar. It's true that the golabs uses a longer life expectancy battery as you mentioned. The battery in the jackery is still a good one and is also much lighter weight. The other advantages to the jackery is the fit and finish is worlds better and that you can charge via usb-c and solar/wall at the same time with the jackery. It's either/or for the golabs. Also the jackery charges about 10 watts faster from solar or car (and you could add usb-c to make it even faster!) I have a 12v cooler and a bunch of gadgets and the jackery is what I reach for on road trips. For occasional use, I'd pick the jackery. For everyday/frequent/heavy use I'd pick my golabs.
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Can this power my whole house during a power outage? Central air conditioning, fridge, charge my Tesla just the necessities 😎

I kid, I kid but someone usually asks this question when these pop up
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If I have a small tv (32") and a Nintendo GameCube-- will it power these for at least 10 min? I buy retro games from people-- and bought one too many consoles that didn't work and would love to be able to check the games and consoles when I show up to purchase
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Some say these batteries are old technology.
True, they're lithium ion vs. the latest and greatest lithium iron phosphate, which boasts a lot longer life cycle.

However, the way people use a power station this small, I doubt number of cycles is even a relevant talking point. By the time you get to the point where the Jackery has degraded to only 80% of its original rated capacity, it will be several years and people like us will just buy the newest toy out there.

If you're talking big batteries that you cycle multiple times a day, then the conversation changes.
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Will this power my hot water heater
No but if you throw it in the tub while it's charging, you'll get pretty toasty.
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If I have a small tv (32") and a Nintendo GameCube-- will it power these for at least 10 min? I buy retro games from people-- and bought one too many consoles that didn't work and would love to be able to check the games and consoles when I show up to purchase
In theory, at 293Wh, this should be plenty. 500 watts peak should be ok too.
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These are terrific for camping with a CPAP.
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