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everything was great came promptly and well packaged
great so far no problems..using on all our 110 appliances...grat customer service
Fantastic doing business with this company. From very first phone call and to the follow ups with me. Not to mention the performance of the Explorer 1000 just what the doctor ordered. Thanks, RF
EcoFlow 400W Portable Solar Panel EFSOLAR400W
Jackery Explorer 1500. A nice sized Power Station, in both size, weight and power output. I wanted something I can easily lift (35 pounds) and still produce 1800W of power. Other manufacturers in this power output category are heavier and larger units (though have more battery capacity). Jackery has a good reputation for tough, reliable products - well designed electronics for longevity and safety).
Minor things I wish the Jackery had: It could use an extra 12V output besides the "cigarette lighter/power" outlet - maybe a common banana plug or other outlet for 12V power. Also, I wish it had more than one USB (type A) outlet.
Solar Paradise was having a sale at the time of my purchase so I purchased from them. I ordered online but also spoke on the phone with questions and they were responsive and helpful.
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Jackery 1000_1SS100 + 1x SolarSaga 100W Solar Panel Solar Generator Kit T1G1SP1000G100SP
The smart generator was nicely packaged with all items that came with unit. It was delivered on time and it was easy to register the smart generator for the warranty. I would definitely order from Solar Paradise again.
I have three of these and so far I am pleased.
I am very pleased with my Bluetti. My son set it up for me. I love that I will be able to use my CPAP and a small electric heater, if I needed to. I will use it at least once a month to ensure that it will work properly should I need it.
Bought the AC200MAX almost 2 months ago so I could give it a real once over. I wanted to try the DC, AC and charging options. Of course, everything worked perfectly, the nice thing about the DC and AC - it shows how many watts are going out. I can get an idea of how much a DC powered electric blanket takes compared to the AC version. The DC blanket (mine) takes half of the wattage that AC version uses - the DC side of the AC200MAX is also more efficient. The AC200MAX can sit in a bedroom with the DC power port (not cigar lighter plug) that don't come out of the wall. The main use for the AC200MAX is to run my furnace this winter - if the power goes out. Installing a manual transfer switch and getting a gas generator to recharge the batteries once a week. The AC200MAX can dole out the power to the furnace and store the massive power from a gas generator. The gas generator stays outside, and the extension cord comes inside to the AC200MAX. The furnace uses natural gas so the blower, gas solenoids and electronics are the electric portion and if set to 60 degrees can draw less than a kilowatt a day. The Ecoflow products are the main competition in size and features, but I like the safety of Lithium Iron Phosphate which is used in Bluetti products. It is a little heavier but far safer (and longer lasting) battery to have in your home.
I like the EB70S. Hope to try and get a larger unit in the near future (2000
W w/3 solar panels). Let me know when you have a sale or good price for a bigger one. Thanks.