Portable Solar Set : Jackery Solar Generator 1000 and 2X SolarSaga 100W

(10 customer reviews)

Portable Solar Set: Jackery Solar Generator 1000, Explorer 1000 and 2X SolarSaga 100W with 3x110V/1000W AC Outlets, Solar Mobile Lithium Battery Pack for Outdoor RV/Van Camping

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ENDLESS SOLAR POWER: This Portable Solar Generator 1000 set features an Explorer 1000, pairing with 2 SolarSaga 100 solar panels. Unlock the true solar power, and experience the energy from mother nature while at your road trip, camping trip, RV, and over-landing

QUIET, CLEAN, EASY TO USE: Unlike gas generators, the Solar Generator is clean. The Portable Solar Generator produces almost no noise, and it features an on-button design for easy use. It is powered by solar energy, providing a green and sustainable solution for our living conditions.

MASSIVE CAPACITY & IMPRESSIVE ENDURANCE: The Explorer 1000 is geared with a massive 1002 Wh capacity and 1000 high running wattage to power your full-size refrigerator, TV, heater, electric grill, blanket, and more for your outdoor and home needs.

POWERFUL & VERSATILE PORTS: The Explorer 1000 features 3 standard pure sine wave AC outlets, which will provide extra capacity to protect, and power more AC devices and appliances. Extra bonus for the built – unlike most other portable solar generators, this supports pass-through charging while its battery life is protected.

WHAT YOU GET: 1* Jackery Explorer 1000 Portable Power Station, 2*SolarSaga 100W, 2-year warranty, 1*AC Adapter, 1* Car Charger Cable, 1*SolarSaga Parallel Adapter, 2* user manual. Truly Portable Solar


10 reviews for Portable Solar Set : Jackery Solar Generator 1000 and 2X SolarSaga 100W

  1. Sammy

    After researching every option, manufactures as well as reading reviews and watching videos we purchased the Jackery 1000 power station and two Jackery 100 watt solar panels. I wanted to have a solar unit on our camping trips as well as for possible emergencies at home as a quiet and reliable back up to our gas generator. The Jackery arrived with a 39% charge out of the box. I read the directions and set up the panels on my balcony facing the sun the next morning. It is a very easy set-up. I turned the panels as the sun moved across the sky to optimize the rays hitting the surface of the panels as directly as possible about every 15-20 minutes. We’re in Southern California and it was a clear December day. With both panels connected I was pulling in about 135 watts to the Jackery. By early evening, an hour before sunset the J1000 was fully charged. My only rub is for $1600 + dollars you would think Jackery would throw in a carrying case for the station… You have to order it separate. A cooler bag will work fine for much less. Also, the panels do not have a carrying case. They have no protection when on the move. I purchased a artists canvas portfolio bag. Keep the cardboard box the panels came in put it in the portfolio, and voila! A protective carrying case for the panels. I’m going to get an additional Jackery 1000 to use while one is charging as a backup while running our 12V fridge. The Jackery seems to be the best option until new technology arrives.Update, 6 months later: Upon using The J1000 to run our 53qt. 12V camping refrigerator/freezer the results are in.We started with a full 100% charge on the J1000. The refrigerator compressor fired right up and began cooling. After 24 hours the reading on the J1000 was 80% charge. Periodically I opened the fridge to check and simulate actual use. After 48 hours it was at 40% with, of course, 20% power remaining. This means mathematically we can run the fridge approximately 60 hours on the J1000 without recharging on one power station. Excellent. I have purchased another J1000 as a back up while the other is charging. That should easily give us 4-5 days without even recharging. If you are considering a solar power unit, I don’t believe you’ll go wrong with the Jackery line. I’m very picky and critical of commercial products and have surprisingly pleased, so far, with Jackery. BTW: Most important, their customer service is second to none, having contacted them with questions and experiencing quick responses. I’m an avid camper, prepper, actual paying customer, and user. No axes to grind, no bs.

  2. John

    I bought this mostly to keep my (full size) refrigerator running if I lose electricity. I charged it to 100%, and plugged my fridge into it. After 14 hours of it being plugged in, it was only down to 25%. I was pleasantly surprised. Everything was also packaged very well.

  3. Karen Seremak

    We absolutely LOVE our Jackery Explorer 1000!!! 🙂 We moved out to the country this past December and had heard that the power goes out a bit more regularly here, some times for an extended period of time, and that most people have gas generators. We didn’t like the idea of a gas generator, for the obvious reasons along with the possibility of running out of gas. Which now could be a very real concern, as we’ve recently seen in parts of the US… We were so happy to find Jackery! We bought the Explorer 1000, with the solar panels and carry case, and love that not only can we charge the power station by a wall plug, but also by our car and of course the best part, by using the solar panels! With the solar option, we will always be able to recharge our power station!When we first got our Explorer 1000 we fully charged it using the wall plug, so it would be ready to go if we needed it. Well, about a month ago our power did go out, it was the first time ever that I did not worry about it at all. The power was out for about 8 hours and we used the Jackery to cycle on our refrigerator several times to keep it cold. It worked awesomely, our fridge stayed cold and we did not lose one bit of food. And we only used 5% of the battery life! AMAZING!!! When the power came back on, we plugged it in to get back to a 100% full charge and popped it back in the closet for next time. I just took it out of the closet to snap a photo and it is still holding 100% charge! Best purchase for peace of mind that we ever spent money on!

  4. Timothy Green

    At first I was upset about the product but later the customer service dept. of Jackery came through. This product works great and is easy to use and store if your needs are less than 09 wats of power. Works great for most camping need , Trailer back up power and charging. Works great for Battery charging and small electrical appliances , computers and phones as well as lighting. Basically its a pug and run setup once a basic charge has been done.

  5. TNT

    The Jackery 1000 seems to be a favorite among the Leisure Travel van crowd. I have only tested it so far by plugging a few things into it. Powered them right up. I brought it to a full charge weeks back and it is still at 100%. It is quite sturdy and seems well made. I purchased mine with the solar panels, but have not used them as yet. They also seem well made.

  6. Jason W.

    I happened on the smaller model as I’m a full time RV’er. Showed it to my son after some research he upped me to the 1000. Day 1 I ran my single serve coffee, high watts 800 while heating the water but you don’t use all day so that short burst only took me down to 96% Charged all of my electronics, laptop phone etc. Ran my desktop computer and TV for a couple of hours, then the TV and dvd player for several hours more in the evening. Brought it down to 55% then in the morning another cup of coffee. Went out about 6:30 and set up both panels 2:30 100% again! I have to add I live in the deserst so lots of sun. A week ago before I got this it was cold and windy for 2 days and I ran my generator about 6 hours each day. Cost me almost half of a tank of gas. Now I can do most everything but the heater and it costs nothing (bought a propane heater) problem solved. This is going to give me the freedom to travel more as now I save gas no generator. FYI I’m handicapped and its light and easy for me to manage so 2 thumbs up! Only ding, I wish the cables to the solor panels were longer. My son set the unit up on a shelf in my RV to make plugging things in easy for me, I’m able to place panels outside easy enough but as the sun moves and shadows fall I have to keep moving panels and a bit longer cord would have allowed me to lay them flat in one space all day.

  7. dennhold

    Just started using solar for the first time 3 months ago and bought the 500 & solar panel package. All my power needs are to be a easy carryall portable system so the light weight and foldable solar panels fit that need perfectly. A solar system only takes 1/4th the storage area vs a gas gen & gas can which is a huge benefit when camping out of a conversion van. The 500 is all the power I really need for my weekend outings, but now spoiled on the size, weight, and virtually no maintenance that comes with going solar vs gas generators. I sold my Honda 2000w portable gas generator and bought this Jackery 1000 & duel solar panel package for home use power outages backup system as well as getting power to my upper backyard gazebo in pic. And keeping my small 1000w gas gen just in case I need to charge the Jackerys in a power outage on the few cloudy days we have here in Southern California.

  8. Robie

    This unit is better than I imagined . It even runs a pizza oven at approximately 1300 watts draw flawlessly . Also a water kettle that runs in a range of 989- 1250! No problem. I tested a whole array of electrical equipment . Heaters at low work well. Enough heat and blow to be worthwhile . Max level of 1500 shuts down after a few seconds .A ceramic induction hot plate . Does not work on most settings BUT on heat milk setting will boil a pot of water in three minutes .I bought a 870 watts wok type cook pan – no probs! Toaster two slice no issues .My favorite toy – a retro three in one unit , coffee maker / toaster / oven / with fry grill area on top ( only cost maybe $80 or so on Amazon) works perfectly even though when all modes are on it shows at above 1000 watts.Hair dryer runs at low , hot is no problem . At high – shuts off immediately .So I can cook , boil, toast, cook pizza, charge phone and all sorts of stuff with no issues .Didn’t try tools yet . So drills , saws etc no idea .Water pump works well . Oh forgot 700 and 900 watt microwaves work perfectly . Jackery did not mention Microwave so I thought I would need a 600W one, but no need to buy one . This unit exceeds my expectations .Have not tested recharging by the two solar panels – will do that when the weather improves . Charging on mains 110v and cig lighter outlet in car no problem .This Jackery will also easily support a new toy, a Joolca tankless water heater for shower and dish washing , and the pump to extract water from lake, stream or whatever . No issues .I now watch the run rate of WATTS for all electrical stuff that I see – it’s become like an obsession . Just ordered a mini oven from Wal Mart that runs at less than 200 watts !Must try it . Runs in the cig lighter outlet cable . That should give me slow cooking abilities anywhere !!!! Lighting no issue .I haven’t been so excited in 50 years ! Next I want a van / skoolie or whatever and go boondocking just for fun . And play survival off grid for a bit !!! Sold my fancy Motorhome a few months ago for crazy high money because of the Covid escapism that going on!!The Motorhome was just too like living at the lake home and too easy . I want to play “off grid survival time” just to be an active 68 yr old , experimenting living below 1000 watts !Finally I have found a 12v electric blanket for cold nights !!!!! It cant get better than this !!Finally , watt hours – obviously one needs to be cognizant of consumption. Even at 600 watts – the unit will go flat in maybe less than two hours . But in the average day , making toast for ten minutes , a few pots of coffee, perhaps cook a few burgers or make a pot of stew , charge a few phones, etc . Should be no problem . Then intermittently recharge in the car when driving , by solar , or even from my noisy 4000 watt gas powered generator , should be no problem . Happy camper here! Jackery will have a higher capacity 2000 watt unit available shortly I hear. That will be able to provide more power and for longer for things like heaters, hair dryer , more powerful microwave ovens perhaps. All with no noisy gas motor and lighter than a traditional generator .At home or at the office if a power outage arises, the Jackery 1000 will support lights, and some equipment for a reasonable period of time with no noise and no fumes.It can be used while in charge mode and show watts in and watts out on the meter .Apparently the parallel in/ out use is hard on the unit and may cause wear and tear on the battery and possibly reduced lifetime potential . Time will tell . This Jackery product is well engineered and good value .

  9. Brian Frey

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     I live in South Florida where having backup emergency power is a necessity. I did my research and decided to buy the Jackery 1000 along with the solar panels, carrying case, solar panel extension cables which allows me to move the solar panels wherever I want and the car jumper cable accessory. This generator is top quality! It is commercial grade, and built to last. The unit itself is very easy to carry due to its light weight and easy to carry handle. This generator gets the job done! It has tremendous capacity, you dont need to worry about noise and you can use it anywhere, anytime you need power. I did my research and by far the Jackery is not only the best, for the money you will not be disappointed in any way!

  10. Preston

    Out of the box it doesn’t charge via DC or USB, after resetting per Jackery instruction, it doesn’t charge from the wall.Edit: this company stands by its products. They fixed the issue fast and made sure I was happy by following up with me. They should be emulated by all other companies, I’m a lifelong Jackery fan. I bought two more, the 500 and the 180, all are flawless after lots of rough use camping.

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