Jackery Explorer 500 Portable Power Station for Element Camper

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New Tiny Stuff review! Recently we returned to our tiny house with our new ride, a Honda Element. Christian upfitted it to work as a comfy car camper for adventuring around the Pacific Northwest, while we’re parked for the next few months. So it’s an ideal time to try out the new versatile Jackery Explorer 500 Portable Power Station and the light-weight SolarSaga 100W Solar Panel.

FYI: this video is not a paid endorsement. Though, Jackery was kind enough to offer our subscribers a discount. See promo code below!

Like the name implies the Explorer 500 is a 518-watt lithium power supply. It’s super convenient for power on the go, at only 13.32 lbs, with 3 USB ports, AC outlet, and 12V car output. Also, it can be recharged multiple ways, including with a foldable 100-watt solar panel.

One big benefit: lifelong technical support and 2-year warranty. Watch the review for more pros & cons!

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20 comentários em “Jackery Explorer 500 Portable Power Station for Element Camper

  1. Our tiny house will be parked for the next few months in central OR, and we're looking forward to adventuring with our Honda Element car camper. So it’s an ideal time to try out the new versatile Jackery Explorer 500 Portable Power Station and the SolarSaga 100W Solar Panel. FYI: this video is not a paid endorsement. Though enjoy a 20% off discount w/code: TinyHouse –available here: https://amzn.to/2ZAppTO

  2. So…I watched it and I agree with a commenter about it being like a commercial. You didn’t give a review. You showed us how to use it. Do you recommend? How did it work for you? Was it worth the price?

  3. Try adding an inverter to your car so you can recharge from your alternator while traveling and will have almost the same ac output that you have at home

  4. i like the all in one ness of this thing. Can it be connected to the starter/alternator system and be recharged that way? This seems like a simpler thing to install than all the bits and bobs if I did it ala carte.

  5. Useless for anyone trying to camp. Can I boil water? Can I cook food? Can I make coffee? Those are what people want to know. Not whether or not you like plastic.

  6. Do you know can I use for Bose F1 812 speaker? I am looking for one so I can bring my speaker out

  7. i have a 100ah deep cycle battery with a 100w panel, 300w bms, for laptop gaming in my car and it all cost about $350 and lasts about twice as long as this would. just sayin

  8. Watts 11 amps x voltage, so the 12v outlet 10amp is up to 120 watts, the USB 5.2 x 2.4 amps = 12.48 watts (about 1/10th the 12v) and the 110v outlet doesn't have an amperage raating but it does say 500 watts is 500/110 = 4.55 amps. As a 500 watt hour device this seems to mean the 110VAC outlet will last only 1 hour. In reality most of what you plug into it will be less. My 2017 15" MacBook Pro is right now connected to the Apple/Belkin 12v USB-C adapter. It's pulling 36 watts, and it's 'charging' but the charge level on the computer at 78% is staying right at 78% – so it's covering my usage but not 'charging UP.' (a few minutes later my MBP says 73%)
    What you an then do is this: my Jackery Explorer 500 w says 92%: so .92 x 500/36 = how long I can expect to do this. 12.8 hours. That's seems pretty good, but my MacBook Pro is supposed to last about 10 hours all by itself… but not with a second monitor, screen at full brightness, playing videos.
    What I want to find out next is how long does it take to recharge the Jackery 500 off of my vehicle? (I have a Tesla Model Y and a share in a 1999 GMC Van. Obviously the Tesla is it's own Jackery 72 kWh or 72000 Wh, or 144 Jackery's (If I bought the equivalent number of Jakery's it would cost me $61,200, with tax about the same as the Tesla – and I doubt I could move 144 Jackerys Zero to 60 mph in 4.8 seconds… )
    So if you have a Tesla, don't buy a Jackery – you don't need it….unless you plan on setting up a camp or work location away from the Tesla.
    I'm trying to figure out what is the best way to connect my Jackery to my MacBook Pro. The USB – no good. The 110V outlet and the charger? Better, but which is more efficient? I haven't found that information yet. Jackery should've figured this out for any number of devices and posted it on its website. I also was able to buy this unit for only $425, nice discount…. but I now expect Jackery to come out with a unit with USB C. (Belkin won't let me on their website unless I agree to their cookies. F that. ) When I bought this Belkin adapter at the Apple Store it was the highest wattage (amperage) car adapter I could find. Worked similarly in my Prius V.
    Hope this helps. Everything about something like the Jackery battery pack is technical, that's what all our questions come back to. Very few video makers take the time to learn the basics so they can make quantitative videos.

  9. I valued the charging times you gave us for each means to do it. That helps. 45w fridge on a fully charged J-500 equals 11 ? hours ? So from camp set up I need to set up solar panels while discharging this battery so my food doesn’t spoil.

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