Bestselling Outdoor Generators & Portable Power in 2020
Solar Charger RAVPower 15000mAh Outdoor Portable Charger Solar Power Bank Dual USB External Battery Pack Power Pack with Flashlight (IPX4 Splashproof, Dustproof, Solar Panel Charging, DC5V/2A Input)
- Endless Charging Under the Sun: Portable battery pack charges whenever it's sunny thanks to the wide solar panel
- Fast Recharging from Outlet or Solar: Dual DC 5V/2A and solar power inputs allow you to recharge no matter where you are. (DC input is recommended for faster recharging)
- Mega 15000mAh Capacity: Charges an iPhone 7 for 4.2 times, an iPhone 7 Plus for 3 times, and the Galaxy S8 for 2.8 times
- Ideal for Outdoor Use: The waterproof, shockproof and dustproof design features a LED flashlight that can be activated / deactivated by holding the power button for 3 seconds
- Tips: Recommended for outdoor use only; do not leave in your vehicle as extreme temperature will impact battery life
100-Watt Portable Generator Power Station, 40800mAh 151Wh CPAP Battery Pack, Home Camping Emergency Power Supply Charged by Solar Panel/Wall Outlet/Car with Dual 110V AC Inverter, DC 12V, USB Ports
- POWERFUL AC, USB AND 12V OUTPUTS KEEP ALL YOUR DEVICES CHARGED UP: Whether you're looking to keep iPhone, iPad, laptop, DSLR camera charged up, or running lights, CPAP machine and small appliances in an off-grid or power outage, the Paxcess portable power station features a variety of outputs, including 3* 12V DC port(max 180W,with an extra cigarette socket cable) / 2* 110V AC outlet inverter(modified sine wave, max 100W) / 2* USB 5V port, to ensure you have the power you need at any time
- EASILY RECHARGED FROM SUN, WALL OUTLET OR CAR: No matter where you go, keep Paxcess portable generator charged through 3 easy ways: Simply use the included AC adapter from wall outlet to charge up the Paxcess generator in 7-8 hours. On the go, use Paxcess 50w solar panel to charge it from the power of the sun and works as a portable solar generator(The compatible solar panel is sold separatly). Lastly, charging while on-the-road is easy with the included 12V car charger cable.
- CLEAN ADN PORTABLE POWER, NO GASOLINE REQUIRED: Since there's no gasoline required and no toxic fumes, the Paxcess generator is completely safe to use inside your house, tent, and car. It's also silent which makes it the perfect generator alternative to have on hand for any event; Only weights 3.3lbs and ideal size for traveling, fits perfectly in the backpack or backseat on long road trips.
- SAFETY GUARANTEED: Battery Management System (BMS) undertakes voltage control, temperature control and more advanced safety operations, ensuring complete protection for you and your devices.
- 100% SATISFACTION GUARANTEE: At Paxcess, your satisfaction is our first priority, that's why we offer you 100% satisfaction guarantee. If you are not satisfied with your purchase within 45 days, you can return with 100% money back. No hassles, no question asked. If your generator failed within 1 year time, we will send you brand new replacement. 100% Risk Free.
346WH Portable UPS Battery Backup Generator,Rechargeable Power Source Inverter with 110V/500W AC Outlet,12V Car,USB Output for Camping -Orange
Webetop 155Wh 42000mAh Portable Generator Inverter Battery 100W Camping Emergency Home Use UPS Power Source Charged by Solar Panel/Wall Car with 110V AC Outlet,3 DC 12V,3 USB Port
- WEBETOP ADVANTAGE: Comparing to other similar style, this unit is with larger power capacity 42000mAh rather than 40800mAh, built-in more usb and dc ports. Perfect emergency power backup for home/ travel/ camping/ helicopter/ laptop/ phones/ lights all electronic devices.
- POWERFUL AC, USB and 12V DC OUTPUTS: It includes variety of outputs, 110V Dual AC outlet(sine wave max 100W, peak power 150W) for laptops, tv, fan, Christmas lights etc / 3* 12V DC ports(max 180W, with an cigarette socket cable) for car vacuum, car refrigerator, car air fan, car charger etc/ 3* 5V USB ports for phones, iPad, gps, mp3, camera, rc helicopter etc. Perfect for emergencies,camping or wherever you need power anytime.
- EASILY RECHARGEABLE VIA SUN,WALL OUTLET AND CAR: Easily be charged by solar panel(13V-24V/over 18W). Where there is sunshine, there is power. /or by wall outlet(7-8 hours fully charged,power adapter included) /or by car 12V adapter(car charger included). Easy and Fast! / Kindly Notice: The solar panel is not included with the generator, you need to buy separately!
- MINI PORTABLE & HIGH CAPACITY: The silent 155WH 42000mAh lithium ion batteries only weights 3.48lb with size 7.67*6.73*3.54 inch, possibly the smallest size in the market, cute and easy to handle. we can easily put it in our backpack or car, take to everywhere need power.
- ULTRA BRIGHT LED & MULTISAFETY GUARANTEED: It is powerful with bright led flashlight(125 hours), one-button switch to blink mode, good for outdoor illumination or emergency./ Our leading advantage is in safety operations. We use BMS (battery management system) to improve battery utilization, prevent short circuit /over current /over power /low voltage /over temperature, ensuring complete protection for you and your devices. NO DANGER, NO WORRIES!
Rally Portable 8 in 1 Jump Starter and Power Source Unit with Air Compressor/Tire Inflator, AC/DC Power Outlets, LED Work Light and Hand Generator (7471)
- Jump start any 12 volt battery quickly and safely
- Emergency hand generator charges battery
- 140 watt inverter operates a variety of household products
- USB power source to operate and recharge portable electronic devices (USB Port Rating: 5V-2.1A)
- 150 PSI air compressor for high pressure inflation of tires and more
imuto 182Wh 50000mAh Portable Power Station Camping Generator 8-Port DC 5V/12V/19V Output, AC Power Inverter Optional (115V/100W), Power Source for Laptop, Tablet, Smartphone, Outdoors More
- (NOT INCLUDE AC INVERTER) 50000mAh (3.7V 50000mAH/ 10.89V 16750mAH) High Capacity and Compact Size Backup Battery: With build-in A-Class lithium ion batteries, M5 is safer to use. Our external battery charger is powerful enough to charge iPhone 7 almost 16 times, iPad Pro almost 3 times, Galaxy S7 almost 10.5 times, Galaxy S7 Edge almost 8.5 times, Google Pixel almost 11.4 times and New MacBook almost 3.4 times.
- Advanced Design Power Inverter: Our cell phone portable external battery charger comes with 8-Port outputs (100W Max) & 1 fast input(DC 12-24V); 4*DC outputs (2*12V/5A, 1*19V/4A, 1*9-12.6V/15A), 3 USB outputs (5V/2.4A) and 1*QC 3.0 USB output. Widely used for indoor or outdoor such as home, office, travel, camping, fishing, hunting, farm, etc. (PLEASE GET IN TOUCH WITH OUR SUPPORT TEAM FOR THE DETAILED USER MANUAL IN PDF FORMAT.)
- High Performance Portable Generator: With multi-voltage-output modes and 10 different adapter plugs, the widest compatible laptop power bank can charge various laptops & notebooks such as Panasonic, MacBook, FUJITSU, Sony, Dell, HP, Toshiba, Samsung, Lenovo, Acer, Asus, etc. Unique smart digital display technology shows remaining power in digital format. You will always know when the USB battery charger is fully charged and how much power it's available.
- Energy-saving and High Brightness Spotlight: With 3 large power(1.5W Max) and high brightness spotlights for aviation, M5 battery charger can serve as a backup power for outdoors, camping, reading, emergency lightning, field work. SOS light can be active when necessary. (To turn on the spotlight, just make a short press on the LED light button. Please long press the button for 3 seconds to transmit the SOS signal.)
- Multiple Smart Protection System: Keeps your devices safe from over-charging, over-voltage, over-current and short circuit. What You Get: M5 External Battery Charger Pack*1, Adapter*1, Car Charger CP10*1, DC Cable*1, Connector*10, USB Type-C Cable*1, Standy Fuze*1, Dust- Proof Ring*1, Accessories pouch*1, User guide*1, our 18-month warranty and friendly customer service. Note: It may not support devices with small currents under 1A, like some bluetooth headsets, smartwatches and so on.
Reliance Controls Corporation PB30 30-Amp NEMA 3R Power Inlet Box for Generators Up to 7,500 Running Watts
- For indoor or outdoor use with specific transfer switches, manual transfer panels and generator-ready load centers
- Outdoor, raintight NEMA 3R non-metallic power inlet box provides generous wiring space
- Maximum generator running watts: 7,500
- Maximum generator input: 30A @ 125/250 VAC
- UL listed and comes with a 5-year product warranty
Poweradd ChargerCenter, Compact 185Wh/50000mAh Portable Generator, Power Source (DC 5V/12V/19V) with AC Power Inverter (115V/100W) for Smartphone, iPad, Tablet, Laptop, Fan, Mini Fridge and More
- Alternate Power Supply - Serves as a backup power for outdoor, camping, reading, emergency lightning, field work, SOS light feature can be active if necessary, perfect for phones, laptops, TVs and even mini fridges. ChargerCenter features triple output modes: a 12V car socket; an 110V AC outlet (for devices up to 100W) and 3 fast-charging USB ports with another Quick Charge output.
- Probably The Most Compact - ChargerCenter is possibly the smallest and lightest power generator on the market. Built-in dense Samsung/LG 18650 batteries ensure unconditional safety and the portable size.
- Amazing High Capacity - 50000mAh (3.7V 50000mAh/10.8V 16750mAh) ChargerCenter is powerful to offer 16 charges to an iPhone 7, or 4 charges to an iPad Pro 9.7", or 10.5 charges to Galaxy S8; this charger can also provides 3.5 charges for New Version Macbook with your own USB to Type-C cable.
- Safety Guaranteed - Battery Mangement System (BMS) to improve battery utilization, prevent over-current, over-voltage and over-temperature, advanced Texas Instruments (TI) chips ensures complete protection for you and your devices. Becasue of the protection, first time, You may need to charge it for a longer time, it's normal and no need to worry about it.
- What You Get: Poweradd ChargerCenter*1, Adapter*1, Car Charger CP10*1, DC Cable*1, Connector*10, Standy Fuze*2, Dust- Proof Ring*1, User Guide*1; Our 24-Month limited product warranty and friendly customer service.
ACOPOWER 150Wh Portable Solar Generator Power Supply Energy Storage Lithium ion Battery Charged by Solar/AC Outlet/Cars with Dual AC Outlet, 3 DC Ports, 2 USB Ports (HY-S320)
- Lithium power supply of 40,800mAH, 3.7V/150wh
- Charged by solar panels (30W-60W sold separately), home AC and car
- 7-8 hours fully charged time by DC 15V
- Output for AC 110V devices, DC 12V and USB recharging electronics, with UPS mode
- Mini-size of 3.15x6.5x6.89 inches, 3.3lbs
- Design for outdoor camping with LCD display and Emergency Light
- Reliable brand and company provides technical support in North America
Portable Power Station,FLOUREON 42000mah Portable Charger Power Station Generator Backup, 200W(Max) 120V 2 AC Outlets/4 USB Ports/Solar Input/Sine Wave ,PowerBank for MacBook Laptop Cellphone Camping
COOLIS 150Wh Portable Power Inverter Generator Power Station, Power Supply Source with Silent 110V AC / 12V DC / 5V USB Output, 40800mAh Lithium Battery
GutReise Portable Home Outdoor Small DC Solar Panels Charging Generator Power Generation System 4.5Ah / 6V Batteries with 6000K-6500K White LED Bulb and Mobile Phone Charging Function
Champion Weather-Resistant Storage Cover for 4800-11,500-Watt Portable Generators
- Weather Resistant - Protect your generator from sun and UV damage, rain, snow, dirt and more with this cover's tough vinyl exterior
- Secure - The strong elastic base provides a secure, custom-like fit for your generator
- Versatile - This cover is designed for 4800-11,500-watt generators, but will also fit generators up to 30.7 x 23.6 x 23.6-inches in size
- Quick - The durable cover fits over your generator quickly to protect it while in storage
- Reliable - Champion Support includes 1-year limited warranty
Thundersnow Incapacitates Washington, DC; Hundreds of Thousands in Power Limbo
Last year Pepco customers endured a 5 day winter power outage when a blizzard struck. This year, a mere 5 inches of snow promises the same result.
Sunday? That's three days away. This is utterly ridiculous. Where are our public officials?
The results of my efforts to connect to the internet are inexplicable. I can publish on this site but I can't access certain other pages on the same site. I can't access either of my email accounts.
Silver Spring, Md., Jan. 27-Back at Borders, there's a fleeting promise of internet. The walls of the bookstore are lined with adults sitting on the floor with laptops on their laps. For me, pages almost load, then disappear. The tease is frustrating. But my need for connection with the outside world is intense, so I keep trying. I need to let writing clients know of my potential inability to submit work for the next who-knows-how-many days. More than that, I crave connection with people whose spirits are not "under the weather" due to the weather.
Even my cell phone failed in this storm, though it was fully-powered just before the storm struck. It looks at though moisture invaded the screen but I am not sure how this happened as the phone was comfortably tucked in my purse up until I tried to use it and discovered that it wasn't working.
I was feeling incredibly optimistic at the start of the week. I painted the hallway walls and was hoping to complete the project with a touch of paint to woodwork. Painting requires moderate temperatures, not the freezing conditions in my house right now.
Potential employment opportunities are awaiting my resume- but all of that is trapped in a dysfunctional computer handicapped by internet service idiosyncrisy. Several writing projects were underway, but without an internet connection, I can't complete the research or submit them.
Not only are the positive projects just out of reach, there are the demands of a houseful of snowbound family members to contend with. The very worst aspect of this power outage is the lack of reason for hope. We have no information about how many freezing days and nights we made have to endure without lights, hot water, or other trappings of civilized life.
Silver Spring, Md., Jan. 27- There are several tree limbs down in the streets of our neighborhood. The coffee shops are packed to capacity with "powerless" refugees who abandoned their cold, dark homes for warmth, light and power outlets to plug in their laptops. We tried 3 coffee shops to no avail before grabbing the last seats in Whole Foods cafÃ©.
Public internet doesn't work here though, so if we hope to connect with the world outside our snowbound neighborhood, we'll have to go out and compete once we finish our drinks here. Refugees from one of the other coffee shops just informed me that internet service is not functioning there, speculating excess demand is the cause.
The main roads are clear to the pavement, while side roads are coated in ice and slush. The sun is shining, melting the snow. The snow total is barely six inches. Anywhere but here, there'd be no fuss, just business as usual.
Oh, yeah, this is business as usual in the nation's capital. A flake falls, panic prevails. Government and businesses shut down in anticipation of snow-induced gridlock, flooding the streets with drivers who create gridlock. Schools closures and state waivers of minimum school days due to excess snow days are taken for granted.
And power outages? I imagine utility officials rubbing their hands in glee at the thought of holding the entire national capital region captive. They have the power, both literally and figuratively.
Silver Spring, Md., Jan. 27- It's afternoon the day after a powerful thundersnow struck the national capital region, forcing hundreds of thousands of households (up from 25,000 last night) into darkness and cold. Commercial establishments selling nonessentials from dog biscuits to party dresses received priority power restoration while area residents face a second day without electricity.
Even potentially life-threatening emergencies don't upset the warped power balance of who gets electricity and who doesn't. We notified Pepco at about 8 pm last night that my husband needs a CPAP machine for night breathing and is suffering advanced cancer. His immune system can't handle freezing nights; his continued breathing is at risk without his CPAP. Nevertheless, our household has no power.
This morning we discovered a new potential threat- a wire down from our house and stretched across the road. An impromptu caucus of neighbors was unable to ascertain whether it is live or not because it is buried under ice. But its downing may have coincided with flashes of blue light and rumbling last night outside our house. To Pepco, it's one more report of a wire down; to residents in our neighborhood, it could mean life or death.
After a phone call this afternoon to Pepco, my husband reported back. He explained how the lack of electric power was life threatening for him. The utility's response? The representative said he should go to a hospital emergency room. We're flabbergasted. Besides the fact that it costs a lot of money to go to a hospital emergency room, it's not a shelter. My husband's health is fragile, but he isn't in need of immediate medical treatment. What he needs is a habitat with electric power. But apparently restoring power to sellers of dog biscuits and party dresses is more important to decisionmakers than respecting the lives of ordinary citizens.
Silver Spring, Md., Jan. 26-Electric power is a memory. Five inches of snow paralyzed the nation's capital Wednesday, bringing traffic to a standstill. Area school districts pre-emptively shut down for the day, after two inches overnight and threats of minor late afternoon accumulations spooked decisionmakers.
At 7:30 pm, lines of cars are backed up with nowhere to go on Silver Spring's Wayne Ave.
The night's cold threatens to freeze ground slush, making roads impassable. Or are they impassable now? No one is sure, because they're so backed up, there's no opportunity to test the theory of passibility. Plows have yet to appear. In past storms, local governments have held back on plowing until the storms abated. That appears to be the case today, though I can't be sure without internet or television news.
Even the kids know not to ask whether there will be school tomorrow. The answer, of course not, is obvious to everyone. Snow and snow day are virtually synonymous in this snow-averse region. Municipal ineptitude is a given.
The kids asked me to cook dinner early, anticipating that the electricity would abandon us. There's no good reason for the electric power to go out in this relatively minor snow storm; but Pepco does not operate on the basis of any reason. It's a malevolent and malfeasant company immune to learning from experience. For years, this pathetic excuse for a power company blamed its frequent outages on the big bad tree conspiracy. The trees, it would have customers believe, launched assaults on Pepco's wires, rendering the behemoth utility impotent.
Just before the power went out this time, the president of Pepco announced on television that Pepco has made big strides since last year. Last year at this time, we were without power for five long, frigid days. How well must a company perform to beat that record? Almost as soon as the words left his mouth, our power went off, consigning us to the company of 25,000 Montgomery County neighbors already in the dark and without heat.