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Jackery 240 Power Station vs Dry Camping - What will it charge??

On our last dry camping trip we took the Jackery 240 and logged every time we used it. We compiled the data and these are the results along with a quick review of the Jackery solar generator and solar panel. We use the Jackery 60 watt solar panel and find it easily offsets our power consumption as long as we have a few hours of good sun. The solar panel is made up of 3 smaller panels and includes a little fold out kickstand so you can point it towards the sun. It’s a great little system! Stay tuned to the end for the Bloopers. :)

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Jackery 240 Portable Power Station -

Jackery SolarSage 60w Solar Panel -

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