Jackery 1800 WATT Battery & Solar Generator – Jackery Explorer 1500 Review

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BIGGEST Jackery EVER – Explorer 1800 Watts! Power Station & SOLAR Generator. Portable power without noise, gas, fumes & maintenance. This amazing home backup & portable generator/power bank is put to the test. See it in action!

Jackery Explorer 1500

Jackery Explorer 1500 & Solar Panels

Weight: 33.1 lbs (15 kg)
Size: 14 x 10.4 x 12.7 in (35.6 x 26.4 x 32.3 cm)
Ports: 3AC, 1 USB-C , 3 USB, 1 12V, 2 Charging
AC output: 1,800 W (surge 3,000 W)
Capacity: 1488 watt hours
Charge time: 4 hours AC / 8 Hours Solar
Battery type: Panasonic 18650 Li-ion Batteries
Warranty: 2 Years

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37 comentários em “Jackery 1800 WATT Battery & Solar Generator – Jackery Explorer 1500 Review

  1. Be the first to power a ductless mini split on this using solar and the length of time you run it…. you’ll be the first on YouTube and get views galore from the RV community … want a hit video? That’s it.

  2. Would it be possible to run an 1800 watt hairdryer on high for about 15 minutes to let the ladies in my life dry their hair when we’re out camping at a lake?

  3. help me out here….i have small electric pressure washer. The specs on the box says 120v, 60 hz, 13 amp. Does 13amp mean 1560 wats???

    so will i have to have power station that has more than 13 amps/ 1560 wats?

  4. Here is an idea for the lawn dethatcher. Put the jackery in a backpack and then you will not have to worry about the long extension cords on the lawn. Less mess and easier clean up too!

  5. Jackery customer service is terrible. Consider this before giving them your hard earned money…

  6. You missed the test for Max watt consumption for the entirety of the battery pack life ??????

  7. So, I’m out camping for a week, right, and it’s cloudy, right, so explain what I do when it runs out of power? Hmmmmmmm.
    Take this junk and cram it…………

  8. I want to buy it but the item is not available and also the shipping location here in philippines is not available

  9. Good video. However, I need answers I'm not finding about battery generators. I'm living in a van..in Florida..it will be a torture chamber. So, I'm looking for something to power the smallest a/c available. Any thoughts? Anyone?

  10. I'm happy that I bought the Briggs And Stratton P4500 electric generator, also the Wagan 1500 Plus , and the Phoenix Elite 300 solar stations.

  11. Solar/battery should be the last resort for power. Considering it pollutes three times more than conventional methods. That’s not including pollution after the lifespan is over. Why do people keep turning a blind eye to those facts?

  12. Plusses are you can draw power off it while it's charging. Not all units can do that. It's not clunky and all it's components travel and connect and flow together smartly.
    Minus: the Name Jackery sounds like what your deadbeat brother in law was booked on 5 counts of.

  13. If you want a realistic test you need to power a mini fridge, water pump, lights, and a laptop continuously in these videos. Alot of people are buying solar generators for vanlife

  14. I've watched 50 of these video's and truthfully not buying it.
    I have many solar devices and other ways to create power including gas.
    One I have is a Champion true power gas generator that I paid 500.00 for.
    It gives me 2000 watts of pure sine wave quietly.
    Time to recharge?
    About 5 minutes per 8 hours runtime.
    If you turn off the gas and run it until it sputters out it will start by the 3rd pull for years.
    That pull, pull , pull nonsense is ignorant owners.
    It will run until you run out of gas.
    5 gallons = 40 hours of 2000 watts anytime you want.
    Varnish builds up in the carb if you simply turn it off and leave it for months.
    Not gonna buy this solar junk.
    Mine can do everybody's back yard until I can't work anymore.
    Never noticed any gas fumes and I don't have to worry about anybody stealing it because I don't have to worry about the sun.
    I can toss it in my camper and go anywhere I want,
    No charging required.
    Twice in 7 years it's gotten above idle mode cooking with high energy device.
    ANY tool – no problem.
    There is no running out of power no matter the weather.
    Solar's got a long way to go.

  15. A bit stupid to compare it to a gasoline generator. The Jackery doesn't generate anything, just a storage pack.

  16. STOP!! CALLING THEM GENERATORS!! They are not producing energy, they store energy! , you can call them Battery pack, Battery, Backup Battery, POWER STATION, Portable Backup Battery, and … when combine with a Solar Panel, is called a "Solar power stations", why do I say this, well… do battery store energy or produce energy? Batteries store energy . if you look at the dictionary for Generator it said "similar machine for converting mechanical energy into electricity", this is like calling a plane a flying car. ridiculous!

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