This is a review of the Jackery 300 Solar Generator. The Solar Generator is essentially the Explorer 300 Portable Power Station plus a 100W SolarSaga Solar Panel which gives you the ability to generate emissions-free energy using the sun.
The power bank unit weighs just 7.1 lbs so it’s small, lightweight, portable, and it has a 293Wh capacity. It can recharge your phone 30 times, your laptop 4 times, and your drone around 5 times. For its size and weight, it’s pretty impressive and incredibly handy.
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Reviewing a 7.1 lb Portable Power Generator with Solar Charging
The generator weighs just 7.1 lbs.
Product dimensions: (LxWxD) 9.1 x 5.2 x 7.8 in.
The solar panels have a handle and fold for portability. They also have a built-in pouch for your cables.
It’s great for so many purposes.
It’s easy to move around so you can position it in just the right spot for the best charging.
You can recharge the entire unit in 5-and-a-half hours using solar.
Can run all sorts of appliances
- Recharge your drone 5.5 times
- Run a 20W fan for 15 hours
- Recharge your laptop 4 times
- Run a mini cooler for 5 hours
- Recharge your camera 54 times
- Recharge your smartphone 30 times
- Run a television for 4.5 hours
- Run a 5W light for 27 hours
- Car camping
- Van life
- Tiny house living
- Skoolie life
- Off-grid life
- Drone operators
- Road trips
- Outdoor life
- Weighs 7.1 lbs
- USB-C ports
- 12V car port
- 2 AC outputs
- Ideal for camping trips
- Road trips
- Other adventures
- Solar charging
- via Jackery SolarSaga 100W Monocrystalline Solar Panel
- This panel weighs 9.1 lbs, folds for mobility, has built-in storage pouches for cables, and an easy-carry handle
- 293Wh power capacity
- Can charge up to six devices at once
- The generator is quiet and you can run it safely indoors, too
Being that I have also reviewed their heavy-duty units, my immediate impression was how lightweight it is. The only drawback to the bigger, more powerful units is their weight, so getting to have the 300 with a 7.1 lb weight was exactly what I wanted. Granted, this unit obviously has lower power capacity, but it still gets the job done for lots of things I wanted it for: to keep my laptop, phone, camera, and drone charged while I’m on the go. But it goes beyond that. I’ve been using it when I’m outside and I can see myself taking it on trips. I even used it to power a shop vacuum. It has great power in a compact size.
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