The summer months are approaching in the northern hemisphere, and with that comes the prospect of more outdoor time.
Whether you’re prepping for some exploration or just looking to expand your off-grid power backup capabilities, you should take a peek at Jackery’s Explorer Week deals, bringing significant discounts on some of their top solar generators and portable power stations.
Jackery Drops Prices on Solar Generators and Portable Power Stations
Jackery isn’t holding back with the deals for its Explorer Week and wants to encourage to navigate “the unknown to discover something new and exciting.”
On the back of the past 18 months and as some parts of the world emerge from COVID-19 restrictions, more people than ever will have outdoor experiences firmly in mind. If you’re thinking of a camping trip or otherwise, it’s easier than ever to take a power source with you. Even if you’re getting into the wild, you don’t have to drop off the map entirely.
First up, check out the Jackery Explorer 1500 Portable Power Station.
It’s a behemoth 1800W portable power station with numerous output options, including three AC, USB-C, USB-A, and a carport. The Explorer 1500 is rated for over 1,400 watt-hours of total capacity and will bring some welcome power to any lakeside camping trip or as a portable backup power option.
Of course, weighing 15KG, the Explorer 1500 is a substantial power source. But if that’s too much power and more than you really desire, you could opt for the Jackery Explorer 240 Portable Power Station instead.
The Explorer 240 is a smaller, 200W portable power source rated for 240 watt-hours of capacity, featuring one AC outlet, two USB-A ports, and a carport. Weighing roughly 3KG, the Explorer 240 is much lighter than the Explorer 1500. However, it can still deliver numerous charges to laptops, cameras, smartphones, and more, or even power some portable lighting for a period.
Last, but by no means least, check out the Jackery SolarSaga 100W solar panel. All Jackery’s Portable Power Stations support solar panel charging, which can help to keep you out on the road or in the wilds for that bit longer.
The SolarSaga 100W weighs 4.1KG, meaning it’s fairly portable in a rucksack and absolutely worth chucking in the trunk before a trip. It has a conversion efficiency of up to 23 percent and comes equipped with USB-C and USB-A outputs.
Grab a Jackery Portable Power Station While You Can
Jackery’s current 15 percent discount deal runs until Wednesday 19 May, during which you can grab all manner of solar panels and portable power outlets. Remember, you don’t need to be heading out into the wilds for weeks to need or want a backup power supply.
Having a backup power option is always useful as you never know when a power cut or other emergency might strike.