Jackery Solar Generator 1000, Explorer 1000 and 2X SolarSaga 100W with 3x110V/1000W AC Outlets, Solar Mobile Lithium Battery Pack for Outdoor…

(3 customer reviews)



  • ENDLESS SOLAR POWER: This Solar Generator 1000 set features the a 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 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.
  • 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 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.

, Jackery Solar Generator 1000, Explorer 1000 and 2X SolarSaga 100W with 3x110V/1000W AC Outlets, Solar Mobile Lithium Battery Pack for Outdoor…, 1499, USD,

Additional information



Part Number

‎Solar Generator 1000


‎Explorer 1000 Power Station +2X SolarSaga 100W Solar Panel

Power Source

‎Battery-powered, Solar powered


‎110 Volts


‎1000 watts

3 reviews for Jackery Solar Generator 1000, Explorer 1000 and 2X SolarSaga 100W with 3x110V/1000W AC Outlets, Solar Mobile Lithium Battery Pack for Outdoor…

  1. 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.

  2. cenobite

    We bought the Jackery 1000 bundle with 2 solar panels directly from Jackery (sorry Amazon), based on great customer reviews, and thought we would be happy. The unit seems like it would work well, with one very important exception, at least for us. We live in northern New York where ice storms can take down power for days or even weeks at a time. As my wife has medicines that HAVE TO BE KEPT COOL, we bought this as a back-up in case we lose power, hoping it would run a small refrigerator to keep her medicines cold. I’m sure the unit would power the refrigerator short term, but herein lies the problem (for us). The solar panels CANNOT get wet with rain, ice, sleet or snow, so they cannot be used outside in inclement weather. If you place the panels behind a large picture window, it greatly reduces the charging power of the panels, and would quite likely be unable to keep the battery charged. The part that irritates us the most is that nowhere on Amazon’s nor Jackery’s website does it display this information. We did not learn of this unit’s limitations until the package arrived and we poured over the enclosed literature. Lowe’s has a similar powered unit for half the price ($1,999.99) that has weather-proof, roof mountable solar panels. Had we known then what we know now, we never would have bought the Jackery 1000 bundle.

  3. 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.

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