Jackery Solar Generator 1500, 1800W Generator Explorer 1500 and SolarSaga 100W

(10 customer reviews)

Sale Price $2,299.00

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Intergrate and combine the Explorer 1500 and 4 SolarSaga 100W Solar Panels into one entity – the Solar Generator 1500, storing solar energey anywhere to keep the power in. A revolutionized upgrade for camping, overlanding, fishing, any outdoor trips

Unlike gas generators, the Solar Generator is clean. The 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 condition

The Explorer 1500 is geared with a massive 1534Wh capacity, 1800 high running wattage, to power most devices, power tools, and even larger appliances such as electric stoves, electric microwave ovens and refrigerators.

Jackery’s Solarpeak Technology boosts a 30% more recharging efficiency with its MPPT solar regulartor. It only takes 4 hours of solar energy to have 80% power for the Explorer 1500. The solar power is always consistent and stable

1*Jackery Explorer 1500 Portable Power Station, 4*SolarSaga 100W Solar Panels, 1*AC&AC Cable, 1*Car Charger Cable, 2*Solar Panel Parallel Adapter(Cable), 1*User Manual

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Jackery Solar Generator 1500, 1800W Generator Explorer 1500 and SolarSaga 100W with 3x110V/1800W AC Outlets, Solar Mobile Lithium Battery Pack for Outdoor RV/Van Camping

Jackery Solar Generator 1500, 1800W Generator Explorer 1500 and SolarSaga 100W

Jackery Solar Generator 1500, 1800W Generator Explorer 1500 and SolarSaga 100W with 3x110V/1800W AC Outlets

Portable power station

About Us

Jackery was founded by a group of adventurous engineers who believe in making electricity portable, outdoors-oriented, and accessible.

With over 9 years of experience in the field, Jackery is now a global energy leader in redefining the use of clean energy for outdoor living. We produce products that are long lasting, powerful, and simple to use.

Jackery Solar Generator 1500, 1800W Generator Explorer 1500 and SolarSaga 100WJackery Solar Generator 1500, 1800W Generator Explorer 1500 and SolarSaga 100W

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Power Source

‎Battery-powered, Solar powered


‎1800 watts



Date First Available

March 16, 2021

10 reviews for Jackery Solar Generator 1500, 1800W Generator Explorer 1500 and SolarSaga 100W

  1. kym sandberg

    Love jackery. My second purchase, use off grid for everything, charges quick, easy to handle, I highly recommendHave both now 1000 and 1500 very happy with both

  2. Tracie Gelter

    Bought this for emergency’s, put it thru some tests and it performed better than expected, ran my freezer for 10 straight hours and battery still better than 60%, very happy…

  3. AnneTiffany

    I’m a smallish woman in my 70s, so I needed something I could move around and set up by myself. No problem there! Set everything up and got it fully charged, then packed everything away,The generator and only 2 panels arrived in one shipment, but the other 2 panels came today.Very pleased with this…ready for a big pour-out now.

  4. S. Aldrich

    It kept our refrigerator running for 24 hours before needing a new charge. We going to get 2, one to be on the charger, the other to keep the house running, in the case of power outage. It won’t light up Las Vegas, but it will keep some of your appliances working during a blackout.

  5. william wood

    Works as great as it looks. Powerful is a word for it. Holds charge, still 100% after a month of none use. With solar panels it really charges up fast in good sun. Very well pleased!

  6. Shelley P

    We just received the kit containing the Jackery 1500 and the four solar panels. Shipping was fast, and the items were very well packaged.The Jackery provides 1800W, 3600W burst, which means it can run all of our kitchen appliances. We charged it using the AC cable as soon as we received it, and then tried it out with our Breville Smart Oven Pro, which is rated at 1800W. The Jackery handled it like a pro. The next day we tried it with our 1200W microwave, and 1500W electric teakettle and no problems.We run the toaster oven for 45 minutes, the microwave for 5, and the teakettle for about 5 minutes. We also charged a Ryobi battery, and tried out a fan. At the end, the battery still had 31% of the original charge.The Jackery recharges quickly with AC. We can get an extra power cable and cut the time in half, but it charges fast enough as it is. We originally charged it with the AC, but after testing it, we recharged it using the four solar panels that come with the kit.As the images show, it was fairly simple to set up the panels. Jackery provides two solar connectors in the kit, and it accepts input from two solar panels. We first set it up with some of the panels in shade, knowing they’d be exposed to full sun in a few hours. We also used a lightweight metal work table to shade the Jackery while charging.One of the most important aspects of the generator, and the reason we bought this one is we wanted something that was powerful enough to run the items we need if we get a long power outage due to tropical storm or hurricanes, but also light enough that all members of the household could transport it. It’s hefty, but thanks the built-in handle and 33 pound weight, we can comfortably move it.The item’s dial is easy to read, and using it is very intuitive…which is good, because if there’s one thing wrong with the Jackery it’s the manual. It’s hard to read, it doesn’t provide as many details in using the device as it could, and it doesn’t even cover how to connect four solar panels (only two). It mentions pressing the ‘power’ button, but there isn’t one, only a display button.It takes 9.5 hours to charge the Jackery with 2 solar panels, and four panels should give you a charge in 4.5 to 5 hours. It took us about 6 hours, but half the panels were in shade to start, and we had some clouds. Overall, though, a very quick charge. This is another big selling point, and the reason why we went with this kit.The Jackery provides three AC ports, one port for USB/A and one port for USB/C. It has a fan that runs when the weather is warmer (but less than 104F), or if you’re running a high draw item, like our toaster oven.Overall, we’re very pleased with this purchase. We also discovered if you register the product, you’ll get a an extra 12 months of warranty, for 36 months total.

  7. Choosy Consumer

    I love the simplicity of the Jackery. It’s easy for a first time user, not intimidating, and it’s a relief to know I can still use my CPAP machine if the power goes out. I have such confidence in the product that I bought a Jackery explorer 240 shortly after purchasing the jackery explorer 1500. I keep the small one in my car so I can charge my phone, computer and use a fan while parked. I use it for up to 4 hours per day. Having a jackery or two definitely makes life easier! Jackery is a stellar company, check out their page and get this!

  8. eric bernstein

    Half way between my Yeti 3000 and the Jack Explorer 500, the Explorer 1500 w/4 100w panels is so easy and intuitive to use. We power a music studio with it and save $75. a month. If an emergency happens I have 2-3 days of power with no gas. Presentation in packaging was very impressive.

  9. Floyd J Roe

    Shipped on time, a bit heavier than I thought, appears to be well made, it had 27% charge in it & It charged to 100% in a few hours using 110 Volt.I have not used the panels to charge the Jackery as of yet, but I think it will do just as adversiedI bit heavier than I thought it would beIt will be easy to set up

  10. John B

    I ordered this when they went on sale. At races our gas gen struggles with the laser printer, the Explorer 1500 was unfazed by it. We ran a whole day (2 computers, track loop decoder, laser printer and network hardware) on the battery with rather poor solar charging. Found out after getting home with the unit and plugging in the wall charger to it that the left input was not working correctly, the power connected indicator kept turning on and off. When I first charged it, I must have used the right input as it charged right up without issue over night when I first got it. Worked with their support, and they agreed that there was an issue and that I would need a replacement unit. Perhaps the replacement will not discharge so much though out the day since it will be getting a consistent charge, when using both inputs as I was attempting with the defective Explorer 1500 the overall charging rate was under what it would have been if I had just used the one good input.While we will still have the gas gen on site, we still likely only use it if the unit’s batteries get low and weather is not providing enough sun to recharge.

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