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Jackery Explorer and SolarSaga - Deals

Discussion in 'Deals & Group Buys' started by CowboyTaco, Sep 8, 2021.

  1. Sep 8, 2021 at 10:29 AM
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    Hey guys and gals,

    I ran a couple of group buys over on TacomaWorld for Jackery stuff in the past. As a result, I'm on some of their mailing lists. Without making this post too long, I still have a contact over there who will occasionally provide me with a discount code for various products.

    www.jackery.com

    Basically, if someone shoots me a PM and says "hey, I'm looking to purchase X, do you have a discount code?" I'll reach out to them to see if they can provide one.

    There are two things that people don't often think about when making a purchase. Does the company have good customer service and do the stand behind their product. Does the company do anything to provide back to the community.​

    I get severely annoyed when companies make their political affiliations known or try to influence society with an agenda in some way. Examples include Target with their any sex bathroom policy, Dicks Sporting Goods with their active anti-2A agenda, and Starbucks repeated incidents with law enforcement or concealed carry. I will keep my personal feeling out of those discussions. I think everyone is entitled to their opinion and some of those policies are very well intentioned. However, I do not think that companies should make political stands. My opinion is that the company exists to provide a service. Target sells home goods, Dicks sells sporting goods, and Starbucks sells coffee. Can we please just keep it at home goods, sporting goods, and coffee? Ok, rant over.

    Jackery has donated power stations to people impacted by the recent tornadoes throughout the US, including Kentucky. I think it's great when a company gives back to the community. Especially when it isn't their community. California is a long way from Kentucky, but they are doing their part to help those impacted by the recent string of natural disasters. That's something I can support!

    Link to article: Jackery is Donating Portable Power Stations, Aiding in Tornado Recovery in the U.S.

    I'll update the title of this as appropriate, but I'll let you guys know whenever I get a new discount code.
     
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  2. Sep 8, 2021 at 10:30 AM
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    Deal Tracker
    December 28-29, 2022
    28-33% off
    Explorer 1000 Code: "FLASH30"
    Solar Generator 1000 - Code: "FLASH33"
    SolarSage 100W - Code: "FLASH30"
    Solar Generator 2000 Pro - Code: "FLASH28"

    December 8-18, 2022
    Up to 28% off
    https://www.jackery.com/pages/christmas-event

    Pre-Black Friday

    Early registration for up to 90% off coupons.
    Black Friday
    November 24-28, 2022.
    https://www.jackery.com/pages/black-friday#

    Plus some contests on Cyber Monday


    October 4-10, 2022
    https://www.jackery.com/pages/explore-fall


    Jackery Solar Generator 2000 Pro - 25% off. Code: Fall25

    Jackery Explorer 1000 - 23% off. Code: Fall23
    Jackery Explorer 1000 Pro - 10% off. Code: Fall10
    Jackery Solar Generator 1000 Pro - 10% off. Code: Fall10
    Jackery Solar Generator 1500 - 15% off. Code: Fall15
    Jackery Explorer 500 - 15% off. Code: Fall15


    It looks like the Explorer 1000 will be 30% off on October 11 & 12, so if that's the one you want, I'd hold out a few more days.

    September 13-25, 2022
    National Preparedness Month
    12-15% off
    Codes: "PREPARED" & "POWERED"
    https://www.jackery.com/pages/reliable-backup-power-during-outages

    July 12-13, 2022
    Prime Day
    Up to 30% off.
    https://www.jackery.com/pages/prime-day

    June 10-19, 2022

    Father's Day
    Discounts range from 5-15%
    https://www.jackery.com/pages/fathers-day

    March 16-23, 2022
    Early Spring Sale - 12% off
    Explorer 500
    Explorer 1000
    Explorer 1500
    Solar Generator 1500 (Explorer 1500 + 2 100W Solor panels)
    Solarsaga 60W panel
    Solarsaga 100W panel
    Carrying Case - Upgraded 1000/1500, 1000, 500
    Camping Light

    Feb 7 - 14 (I think), 2022
    code "JACLOVE1"
    This code gets 12% off the Explorer 1000. Code also applies to Solar Generator 1000 and Solar Generator 1500 (may apply to others as well).


    I believe these are valid until Valentines Day but I don't know that for certain.


    January 24 -31, 2022
    code "JACFB9"
    $160 off the Explorer 1500
    https://www.jackery.com/products/explorer-1500-portable-power-station
    $100 off the Explorer 1000
    https://www.jackery.com/products/explorer-1000-portable-power-station

    January 10 - 14, 2022
    Winter Preparedness Discounts
    $150 off Solar Generator 1000
    $250 off Solar Generator 1500
    ...and, a bit of feel good news: Jackery has donated power stations to people impacted by the recent tornadoes throughout the US, including Kentucky.
    Link to article: Jackery is Donating Portable Power Stations, Aiding in Tornado Recovery in the U.S.

    December 6 - 10, 2021
    15% off - https://www.jackery.com/pages/give-the-gift-of-power
    Includes Solar Generator 1500, 1000 and 240, Explorer 240 and SolarSage 60

    So....in reviewing the Black Friday webpage, there seem to be some discrepancies between what they have listed and what the email I received said. Mainly, there are more products listed on the website, and some of the dates don't line up. For instance, on the website, it lists the Solar Generator 1000 as running from Friday through Sunday (11/28) and the email I received said that it would run through Monday (11/29).

    While that isn't a huge deal, I'd hate for someone to see my post and wait a day and (potentially) miss out on the deal. Rather than link each model, here is the page to the Black Friday deals: https://www.jackery.com/pages/black-friday


    Per my email:
    Thursday, November 25 through Monday, November 29.
    Jackery Explorer 240 - 20% off
    Jackery Explorer 1000 - 15% off
    Solar Generator 1000 - 15% off
    Solar Generator 1500 - 15% off

    Monday, November 29 only.

    Jackery Explorer 300 - 30% off


    Per the website:
    Friday, November 26 through Monday, November 28.
    Solar Generator 1500 - 15% off
    Solar Generator 1000 - 15% off
    Solar Generator 500 - ~12.5% off
    Solar Generator 240 - 20% off
    Explorer 1500 - 15% off
    Explorer 1000 - 15% off
    Explorer 500 - 15% off
    Explorer 240 - 20% off
    SolarSaga 60W - 20% off

    Cyber Friday (Actual date listed is Monday, November 29)
    Solar Generator 300 - no data
    Explorer 300 - No data (see info from email)
    SolarSaga 100W - No Data


    PRE-BLACK FRIDAY - Sunday, November 14 - Thursday, November 18
    Jackery Explorer 1000 - $819 ($180 off, Reg. $999)
    Jackery Solar Generator 1000 - $1,274 ($225 off, Reg. $1,499)

    Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals to be announced on 11/22/2021
    Details not yet released, but expect Explorer 240 and 300 deals.



    10/18/2021 - 10/20/2021 - 15% off site wide
    Jackery 9th Anniversary Sale
    They are also doing a giveaway for people who already own Jackery products.
    https://www.jackery.com/pages/jackery-9th-anniversary

    9/6 - 10/17 - 10% off sitewide (excl. accessories) for TacomaWorld. PM for details

    July 27-29,2021 - $120 off Explorer 1000 + (2) 100W panels.
    https://www.jackery.com/products/jackery-explorer-1000-2-x-solarsaga-100w-solar-generator

    Fishing Game: https://www.jackery.com/pages/summer-fishing - Ends July 20,2021


    June 21 - 22, 2021 - Prime Day Deals -
    Explorer 160 - $96.99
    Explorer 240 - $159.99
    Explorer 300 - $209.99
    Explorer 1000 - $899.99
    Explorer 1000 + 2 100W panels - $1,269.97
    Explorer 1500 - $1,399.00
    Explorer 1500 + 4 100W panels - $2,279.00
    SolarSaga 60W panel - $125.99
    SolarSaga 100W panel - $209.99

    Ends June 22, 2021 - Instagram Giveaway -

    As of June 16, 2021 - Explorer 1000 - $100 off (since this is the first entry and no historical data, I'll say that this is one of the better discounts that I've seen)
    Explorer 1500 - $100 off
    Explorer 1000 + 2 100W panels - $200 off
    Explorer 1500 + 4 100W panels - $200 off
    Explorer 500 + 100W panel - $50 off
    Explorer 500 - $50 off
    Explorer 300 - $30 off (TW members have combined with my $20 off code)
    Explorer 160 - $15 off (This is the first time I've seen this model marked down)
     
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  3. Sep 8, 2021 at 11:44 AM
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    thank you for the deal and the offer. question, is the BLUETTI 120W solar charger compatible with the jackery packs? i am looking to replace the current battery pack i use so i just want to make sure.

    i would be looking to get E300.

    thank you.
     
  4. Sep 9, 2021 at 5:47 AM
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    The power input on the Jackery is an 8mm connection. I'm sure it would work if it has an 8mm port, or if you can find an 8mm adapter for whatever the output port is on the Bluetti.
     
  5. Oct 18, 2021 at 9:05 AM
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    (copy / paste from TW)

    Alright y'all. I figured it would be good to do a 1 year follow up review on the Jackery Explorer 1000 and SolarSaga 100W panels. Some good, and some not-so-good that was made right.

    In short, I absolutely love the Explorer 1000. I'm on the fence about the solar panels.

    TL;DR version: I liked the Explorer 1000 so much that I got some additional models. I'm very happy that I went with Jackery instead of one of the Amazon value brands that I initially considered.

    Explorer 1000

    I've been using it nearly daily to power my 12v fridge. Since none of us get to camp as often as we like, I figured I'd rather use the fridge than let it just sit in the garage heat all summer. Plus, with COVID STILL going on I'm working from home. The fridge and Jackery are right next to my desk and make sure that I have cold coke during the workday or a cold beer right after the workday. Just a quick tangent on the fridge....the house fridge stays pretty full with food for a family of 5 and I can't justify taking up a shelf with beer. Plus, the ICECO fridge set at 37 has the cans feeling ICE COLD instead of just cold. Beer just tastes better at this temp, so I'd probably keep the beer in there regardless of family fridge status.

    If I let it run to 0 percent, I can power the fridge for about 4 days. However, running it to zero is not recommended. I normally will recharge it on the 4th morning when the battery pack is between 20 and 30 percent.

    I did notice that the runtime on the Jackery decreased during the heat of summer despite being in a climate controlled environment. I expected no change since we have central HVAC. I credit this to the fact that the fridge compressor seemed to run with an increased frequency. Not a fault of the Jackery at all if you're pulling more power from it! The runtime has returned to what I thought was normal now that the ambient temps outside have dropped. So with that, I don't feel like I've noticed any reduction in capacity over the course of the year with multiple charge/discharge cycles.

    I also occasionally charge my phone from the Jackery. It's right next to me and why not use power from the sun to charge it up? Even if ever-so-slightly it helps to offset the cost of the unit, why not?

    Ok, so what don't I like about the Explorer 1000?

    Well, for starters, the size. I've mentioned before that it doesn't fit inside the Tacoma very well. To use it while driving on a trip inside the vehicle, you have to orient it such that you cannot see the display or anything plugged in. If you're using the plug that came with the ICECO fridge, this means that you might not be powering your fridge (hint: get the ARB plug) and wouldn't know it. This makes it more difficult to see the remaining amount of charge. Not a deal breaker and an acceptable trade off for the additional storage capacity.

    I still have yet to use the flashlight as a flashlight. When I'm camping, I'd prefer to have a more portable/compact flashlight. So this feature is nice to have there, but not super practical.

    SolarSaga 100W Solar Panel

    These are one of the more efficient solar panels on the portable market. At least they were when I initially did the research and I haven't seen anyone claim to have a higher efficiency. It's possible that they have been surpassed....I'm just not sure. I didn't care to look it up right now because that isn't really important. What is important is that these are highly efficient solar panels.

    I really like the magnetic closure when it works. The solid "click" that you hear when the plastic around the magnets locks together is a good sound.

    My original solar panels (2) died within a year (almost to the day) and a couple of weeks between each other. Jackery made this right by sending me replacements and a return label for the defective panels. The exchange process was very easy for me. So while I'm disappointed that they went out, the company stood behind their product and sent me new panels.

    I have asked if there is something that I did to cause them to fail, and at this time have not heard back.

    Here's everything bad I can say about the panels. If you've made it this far in the review, please continue to the end and don't just stop at the bad. I suspect that I have reasons for the bad.

    The back of the panels is a thick cloth material. In my case, the cloth seemed to shrink over time which pulled the sides of the panel away from the actual panel. I don't know if this caused a performance issue, but the efficiency decreased over time. This is normal with solar panels, I just wasn't expecting it to be so dramatic of a drop. I think I was pulling around 85-90W per panel initially and it was down to about 65W before they died. That seems pretty substantial to me over 12 months.

    The magnets stopped clicking together. I know magnets can be demagnetized. I don't know what I did to cause them to stop working together, but the magnets were ineffective after several months. When not in use, I have them folded up and leaning against each other. They still stay closed, so I'm not sure what benefit the magnets really had. However, I do like that feeling and sound they make when they click closed.

    I live in Georgia (the state, not the country) and it is hot and humid here. My panels get used 2-3 times per week. I do not leave them outside overnight. I suspect that the humidity and heat caused the fabric to shrink and in turn cause the other issues. Regardless, Jackery promptly replaced my panels. I think that speaks volumes when a company stands behind their products.

    For my non-traveling use, I really should pick up a panel that is designed to be outside all the time.

    I liked my Jackery Explorer 1000 so much that I picked up a 300 which fits in the truck much better and is better suited for weekend trips. I also use the 300 to power my fridge while the 1000 is charging. I haven't had to use the Explorer 1000 to power the house fridge yet, but getting 3-4 days on the 12v fridge, I suspect it would last somewhere around 24-48 hours powering the house fridge. I wanted something that I could power the larger fridge for longer in the event of a natural disaster as my immediate family live in hurricane alley (Gulf Coast Florida) and the power goes out somewhat annually. So I'll be doing a review on the Explorer 1500 here soon too.
     
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    Jackery Black Friday deals announced.

    https://www.jackery.com/pages/black-friday
    [​IMG]


    So....in reviewing the Black Friday webpage, there seem to be some discrepancies between what they have listed and what the email I received said. Mainly, there are more products listed on the website, and some of the dates don't line up. For instance, on the website, it lists the Solar Generator 1000 as running from Friday through Sunday (11/28) and the email I received said that it would run through Monday (11/29).

    While that isn't a huge deal, I'd hate for someone to see my post and wait a day and (potentially) miss out on the deal.


    Per my email:
    Thursday, November 25 through Monday, November 29.
    Jackery Explorer 240 - 20% off
    Jackery Explorer 1000 - 15% off
    Solar Generator 1000 - 15% off
    Solar Generator 1500 - 15% off

    Monday, November 29 only.
    Jackery Explorer 300 - 30% off


    Per the website:
    Friday, November 26 through Monday, November 28.
    Solar Generator 1500 - 15% off
    Solar Generator 1000 - 15% off
    Solar Generator 500 - ~12.5% off
    Solar Generator 240 - 20% off
    Explorer 1500 - 15% off
    Explorer 1000 - 15% off
    Explorer 500 - 15% off
    Explorer 240 - 20% off
    SolarSaga 60W - 20% off

    Cyber Friday (Actual date listed is Monday, November 29)
    Solar Generator 300 - no data
    Explorer 300 - No data (see info from email)
    SolarSaga 100W - No Data
    Most of those deals are good from what we've seen from them in the past. The 1000 and up models are at or near the best pricing that I've seen from Jackery. The Explorer 300 is the best pricing that I've seen direct from Jackery, but it will only be available for one day. As for the other items listed with a question mark, I was not given information about those.
     
  9. Dec 8, 2021 at 11:28 AM
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    For anyone looking at these, I bought the 500 with solar panel and have been very happy with it. It keeps all my stuff (phone, tablet, drone, Bluetooth speaker, etc) charged and runs some lights for a couple days without having to recharge. I see about 10%/hour recharge when using a single 100 watt panel. Comforting to have a power source that doesn’t rely on the grid or fuel.
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    I've seen a handful of discount codes pop up on IG lately. The same code seems to apply to multiple products. If I know them all, I'll post them all. If I don't know them all, I'll simply post the discount code and you can see if it applies to any models that you are currently interested in.

    Current codes:

    "JACLOVE1" - This code gets 12% off the Explorer 1000. Code also applies to Solar Generator 1000 and Solar Generator 1500 (may apply to others as well).

    I believe these are valid until Valentines Day but I don't know that for certain.
     
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    Yep. Good deal at 15% off. I'm into Rockpals Freeman's with the LiFeP04 battery.
     
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    I feel like Amazon and Jackery have a good relationship. You would have to do research but I think I got my 500 at least 20% off
     
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    That may have been a deal that's not coming back. I don't know what caused the promotion.
    Screen Shot 2022-06-10 at 9.18.10 AM.jpg
     
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    Do you have alerts set or just browsing by? I need something small just for my kids electronics but that’s a great deal for that one
     
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    I just got lucky with the timing. I had been watching it a bit. Did they do a black friday in spring?
     
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    Most of the time, it seems like their promotions are about 15%. I saw some go to 20% on Black Friday. At this point, 15% off is pretty much the minimum discount where I would purchase because they run that deal so frequently. I wouldn't anticipate them going more than 20%. Not saying that it won't happen, but that's about the biggest discount I've seen them do directly.

    That said, if Amazon drops the price more, Jackery will drop the price to match....or at least they have done that in the past.
     
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    fisherman951 MT dreams

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    Has any one found good deals yet?
     
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    BayRunner

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    EcoFlow, Bluetti and Jackery are all running sales right now.

    Im needing a power station in the 2000 wh area and looking at the Bluetti AC200Max. It’s 2028 wh and the same price as the competition, however it uses LifePO4 batteries over NCM.
     
  30. Jul 12, 2022 at 10:47 AM
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    I just need a 500 or less
     
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