Jackery Explorer 500 Portable Power Station Review - Tiny House Blog

Jackery Explorer 500 Portable Power Station Review

Car camping? Vanlife? Access to power on the go could make your travels much easier.

Over the next few months, our tiny house will be parked in central Oregon. Our plan is to take our recently upfitted Honda Element car camper adventuring, as much as possible, to explore the Pacific Northwest. 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.

Like the name implies the Explorer 500 is a 518-watt lithium power supply. It’s super convenient and easy to carry, at only 13.32 lbs. Additionally, it features three USB ports, AC outlet, and 12V car output. The Explorer 500 can be recharged multiple ways, including with a foldable 100-watt solar panel.

One big benefit, lifelong technical support and two-year warranty. Watch the above review video for more pros and cons.

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