Jackery Portable Power Station Teardown! - Best charging deal of 2019?
Jackery has an amazing Christmas Campaign - Give the Gift of Power!
30% off on the Explorer 240 Portable Power Station - amzn.to/2P3ZCQs and SolarSaga 60 Solar Panel amzn.to/34NF05U on December 14 Amazon Deal of the Day. The Power station will be only $174.99! Jackery Website: www.jackery.com/
If you want a large portable powebank in case of an emergency this Jackery Portable Power Station might be just what you need. Emergencies, off grid traveling or camping. This 240w solar powered chargng system is pretty cool. Today we are going to take apart the Jackery 240 and see how it works from the inside. We’ll take a look at the batteries that power the Jackery Explorer.
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