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Jackery Explorer 1000 is one of the biggest Jackery power stations with 1002Wh capacity, 1000W rated power (2000W surge power), and multiple output charge/recharge ports. Its portable and compact design with weight 21.8lbs only, carry-friendly with an easy-carry handle.
- Larger Capacity and Higher Wattage: Which can power over 90% of the outdoor devices, such as blenders, ice shavers, pressure cooker, coffee maker, TVs also a CPAP, and an electric grill.
- Multiple Output Ports: Three standard PURE SINE WAVE AC outlets, 2* USB-C, 2*USB-A ports, one 12V car output and built-in LED Flashlight with SOS mode. The LCD screen displays charge/discharge data and battery life status.
- Four Ways to Recharge: Solar Panel, Wall socket, Vehicle’s 12V output, Electric Generator.
- Green Outdoor Power Solution: Efficient solar charging with MPPT built-in makes it a solar generator for outdoor recreations. Professional MPPT technology provides faster solar recharging rates. The Explorer 1000 can be quickly recharged within 11.5 hours by connecting two Solar Saga 90W solar panels together with a Solar Saga Parallel Connection Cable (sold separately).
- RV CAMPING/FISHING/OFF-ROAD/HUNTING/BACKYARD GETAWAY/EMERGENCY: With its eco-friendly and quiet features, Explorer 1000 is one of the best investments for your outdoor life. What’s more, Jackery Explorer 1000 portable power station can also be your reliable backup power supply for emergency use.
- You will receive
- 1 Jackery Explorer 1000 (1002Wh Portable Power Station)
- 1 AC adapter
- 1 FREE Car charger cable
- 1 User guide
- 1 FREE carrying Case(OUR GIFT TO YOU)
- 1 FREE Parallel Solar Power Cable(OUR GIFT TO YOU)
- Power blender 10hrs, mini fridge 60 Hrs, TV 12 Hrs, CPAP 16-70 Hrs
- 4 charge methods: wall outlet, car12V DC, generator, solar panel
- 2 years warranty
- Eco-friendly power outdoors
- No noise and fumes
- Capacity: 1002Wh(46.4Ah/21.6V)
- Battery Type: 244800mAh Lithium-ion Battery
- Input: 8mm DC, 12V~30V
- AC Output: 110V, 1000W (2000W peak)
- CarPort: DC 12V, 10A, 120 Watt
- USB Outputs (3): USB-A: 5V/2.4A+QC3.0 ；USB-C:PD18W*2
- Weight: 21.8 lbs
- Dimensions: 13.1*9.2*11.1in
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The Jackery 1000 is clearly a well made piece of machinery. I use it as a backup to my home office environment, as well as a power source for my portable refrigerator and other devices while camping.
- 1000 WH: This thing will keep your devices going for days on end.
- 2000 Watt surge: It handles my freezer chest with ease where other smaller, cheaper power stations can't handle the initial startup surge.
- Anderson Port w/ MPPT controller: I don't know how, but I have a 100 Watt portable solar panel briefcase that gets 102 Watts through the anderson port consistently on sunny days. MPPT is well worth the extra cost when you are trying to squeeze every last watt out of your panels when in the field. I also have a 50 Watt portable Renogy solar panel that gives me 45+ watts consistently. This is priceless out in the field.
- THREE AC/Pure Sine outputs! What more can I say about that??
- USB-C w/ power delivery: I run my surface pro off of the USB-C port, not the AC port, saving me %15 DC/AC conversion power loss. Bonus!
- LCD output: It give me total input and total output and percentage of battery. I can't ask for any more than that. Other power stations fall woefully short of this.
- Pass-through power: Some people might not see this as necessary, but some people haven't been out in the field needing power supplied to equipment 24/7. I don't want my ice for margaritas to thaw just because I need to charge my power station while the sun is out. No sir! This thing will charge and supply power at the same time. It's got the quality hardware in it to handle this and I take advantage of it.
- SOLID: This thing is a tank. It's built to last and comes with a warranty to back it up. Good to know they are based out of California for support as well.
- The only one I can think of is that it's a beast (heavy). But what did you expect from a 1000WH power station. This thing will last forever. Hardly a con really. Plus you can carry this thing with one hand...so honestly, this isn't really a con.
Bottom line: if you want a quality portable power station and need the watt hours to last, then this is the one to get. Hands down.
I once said It's a waste of money because it wasn't functioning properly. The company replaced the previous one and the new one works awesome. The generator is a thousand watts, so be mindful using appliances that are more than 1000 watts. It's very portable and easy to use. Easy to charge and very durable. I love how you can charge it anywhere; by solar, in the house, or even in the car. It's a beautiful product.
Unpackaged this today with great anticipation. Arrived one day early. It was 36% charged so I plugged it in. It took about 5 hours is all to top off to 100%. Tested it plugged into my 18’ Jayco and it runs everything even the wall AC unit and microwave!! I checked the wattage in my appliances before I bought the 1000 but there’s always a chance that it might not work. So I was thrilled when it did! Literally have AC and microwave even dry camping! Without the noise and fuel cost and smell of traditional generators. Now how long it will last running the AC is about 1.5 hours from my best estimate. Microwave is less draw since you’re usually only heating things for a few minutes. I’m so excited to have this Jackery 1000. Can’t wait to take on our next
Trip possibly this weekend. Now I just need the solar panels but I need to save up because the 1000 was pretty expensive.
UPDATE 5-28-20: I tested it today with my RV AC on and it powered our wall RV AC for only about 5 minutes before making a buzzing noise followed by automatically shutting off (apparently overloading it). Very disappointing, especially since the output was showing less than 100W from my wall AC and since it did run it for 5 minutes it showed that it had sufficient power to run it but the problem lies in being able to sustain that power, like a normal generator. This now makes me nervous that this unit can handle all the outlets being used at once even with lower pulling devices. I'm testing now with my computer, cell phone, etc. At least I'll still have a usable microwave while dry camping--maybe?
I've had my Jackery 1000 for about two months now, I and I absolutely love it! My primary purpose for purchasing the Jackery was for overnight power support while Overlanding with my Jeep on a backcountry expedition.
For roughly 8 to 10 hours each night, while camping in my Jeep, I set up my Jackery 1000 to provide power primarily to my ARB 50QT refrigerator as well as a CPAP machine. When I hit the trail the next day, my Jackery still has roughly 45% battery power remaining. So the next day, I plug my Jackery into my 12V plug onboard my Jeep and charge the Jackery upwards of an additional 45% of regained battery life (topping off to roughly 90%) for the next night of camping.
Thus far, my Jackery has sustained me on the trail for four nights while utilizing my ARB 50QT and my CPAP while recharged via my Jeep during the day on the trail.
Simply put, if you are an overnight offroad enthusiast, the Jackery 1000 will work very well in supporting your power needs.
The first battery we received worked for a day, then wouldn't charge or turn on. We had some issues contacting Jackery to get help or a replacement, and we ended up having to request a return and a new battery, which forced us to delay a big trip.
I will say that Jackery made it right though. Once we finally got in touch with them, they sent out a couple accessories along with the 2nd battery, which seems to work fine. My husband and I can work with our individual laptops plugged into the battery for roughly 2 days on the road on one charge as long as we don't do anything terribly processor heavy. The solar charging panels allow that to extend to 3 days before we have to take a break during daylight hours to charge it (they obviously do a considerably better job out west than they do back east, where the sun is less strong and often blocked by clouds).
The other thing I would say is that the battery is solid. We traveled for a month, hauling it into hotel rooms 1-2 times per week and out onto picnic tables and blankets the rest of the time. It's not heavy and has a great handle, making it extremely portable, which fit our needs exactly.
While I'd recommend buying the battery, I'd also recommend having an extra month before you need it - just in case you also get a dud and have to wait for another one to be sent out.