The Jackery Explorer 1000 power station itself is a standout product. With a capacity of 1002 watt-hours, it offers ample energy storage to keep your devices running during camping trips, power outages, or off-grid adventures. The multiple output options, including AC, USB, and DC ports, provide versatility to charge a wide range of devices, from phones and laptops to portable fridges and lights.

The inclusion of two Saga Solar 100 Watt Solar panels complements the power station perfectly. These panels are designed to efficiently convert sunlight into energy, replenishing the power station’s battery even on cloudy days. The foldable and portable design makes them easy to transport and set up, ensuring you can harness solar energy wherever you go.

The synergy between the Jackery Explorer 1000 and the Saga Solar panels is evident in the seamless integration. The power station features a dedicated solar input for convenient charging, and the included adapter makes connecting the panels straightforward.” — Stuart N. (This review has been edited for length. Read the full review here.)

Very happy with this well made product. I ran high draw and low draw devices using the Explorer 1000 and it never choked. Easily kept my deceives powered for days, ran TVs and charged batteries. Used it to bring the party outside even! It made light work of powering up an old fog machine I had, and could easily keep the lights on till sunrise! Easily ran house fans and ventilators, types used in construction to keep air flow moving. Used it for vacuums outside for the car without having to pull out an entire extension cord. The Jackery Explorer 1000 can handle anything! The 1000W AC converter houses more than enough power to handle even the toughest jobs.”— E R (This review has been edited for length. Read the full review here.)

“I love this thing. I initially considered a smaller Jackery to power a small camping refrigerator for a long road trip while the car is off. After reading other reviews and watching a ton of YouTube videos, I decided to settle on this Jackery 1000. I am so glad I did. Not only did it work fantastically for my initial use, I have since taken it on multiple camping trips and even powered some home appliances when the power went out.” — Ceez (This review has been edited for length. Read the full review here.)

I bought this because I’m a CPAP user and had a 2-night Cub Scout camping trip coming up. It ended up arriving at 43% as we were walking out the door. I was able to use the 12V car charger to get it up to about 50% upon arriving and then was able to get it up to 83% using the AC adapter before bed. I had purchased a 12V adapter for my CPAP (Airsense 10) since I knew I’d lose too much wattage converting it to AC. I was amazed by the performance and even used it to charge my iPhone and Apple watch. It only used about 9-10% each night. I’m hoping this means I’ll get about 8-9 nights out of the Jackery Explorer 1000 Portable Power Station. I was also impressed with the recharge time, it was significantly better than what the manual said. I’m just hoping the battery doesn’t lose capacity over time.” — Gary M

“I bought this product primarily to supplement a lead acid battery/converter and a gasoline powered generator to deal with electrical power outages, but it has a number of other interesting applications. I have used it with a heat gun activating a shrink solder connector to repair a break in my invisible dog fence perimeter wire. The product is easier to deploy outdoors than a cumbersome extension cord and, untethered, it goes anywhere. My son’s family can use this product for overnight camping when they visit us in California. Its utility for this application is well described elsewhere. This is my product of choice as the first response to an unexpected power outage. Its portability allows for provision of power to the place where it is most needed in a matter of a few minutes.” — eJames (This review has been edited for length. Read the full review here.)

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