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February 05, 2013, 11:33:47 AM
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This is a massive solar powered generator for use anywhere! It can be used as a backup for appliances in the home during a power outage, a massive power pack for camping or any road trip where you'd need electricity.
These looked pretty versatile and without the need of fuels, you can have free backup energy whenever you need it.
It boasts a massive 1250 watt battery and takes between 20-40 hours for a full charge with the 2 included solar panels.
There are some cool details in the product description. Take a look!

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February 06, 2013, 12:05:41 AM
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Nice site you've built up there, I am very interested in this solar panel product, however do you think your average person could handle the installation? Are any other accessories like converters, etc needed? Or is it all in the box? Let me know, thanks!
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February 06, 2013, 06:48:30 AM
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Nice site you've built up there, I am very interested in this solar panel product, however do you think your average person could handle the installation? Are any other accessories like converters, etc needed? Or is it all in the box? Let me know, thanks!

Thanks very much! From what I could tell it's literally just a 100lb battery that is solar and plug in charged. You can just leave the solar panels outside and it's always charged that way or if you get it and there's a possibility of a power outage sooner than 20-40 hours of sunlight, you can plug it into the wall and charge it within a day. Everything I've seen though you can plug right into the box without any extra adapters. You can plug a power strip into it haha Smiley

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February 06, 2013, 06:54:55 AM
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Nice site you've built up there, I am very interested in this solar panel product, however do you think your average person could handle the installation? Are any other accessories like converters, etc needed? Or is it all in the box? Let me know, thanks!

I just added a third picture which shows a bit more of the front panel and all the outlets you can choose from. It has a car adapter plug in, usb ports, and a couple 120v 3 prong outlets.

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