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Jackery SolarSaga 100W Portable Monocrystalline Solar Panel for Explorer 240 and Explorer 160, Foldable Solar Charger with USB Outputs for Phones Tablet Camera (Can't Charge Explorer 440/ PowerPro)

4.8 out of 5 stars 1,818 ratings

Price: $445.75 + $60.41 Delivery
  • Jackery Portable Power Station, Power Outdoors
  • High conversion efficiency solar generator: High conversion efficiency up to 23%, building up a Portable-Solar-Generator System together with Jackery Explorer 240/Explorer 160 power station (Explorer 240/Explorer 160 sold separately). Ideally suited for the outdoor life and even unexpected power outages
  • Solar charger with USB outputs: Equipped with 2*5V/2A USB-A output ports, charging multiple portable devices at the same time, including smartphones, tablets, digital cameras, etc.
  • Lightweight and durable solar panel with kickstand: Foldable design with a TPE rubber handle, weighs only 5.5 lbs. Convenient to carry it wherever you go. Slightly Adjust the angle with the kickstand. Made from durable cloth, zipper and PET material, high-temperature resistant (The solar panel is not waterproof)
  • What's Included: 1*Jackery SolarSaga 100W Solar Panel, 1*0.3M cable, 1*3M extension cord. 24-months product warranty backed with our friendly customer service available 7×24 hrs

Product details

  • Product Dimensions : 58 x 50 x 6 cm; 4.76 Kilograms
  • Date First Available : 26 April 2019
  • Manufacturer : Jackery
  • ASIN : B07Q71LX84
  • Manufacturer reference : 100w
  • Customer Reviews:
    4.8 out of 5 stars 1,818 ratings

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Jackery SolarSaga 100W Portable Monocrystalline Solar Panel for Explorer 240 and Explorer 160, Foldable Solar Charger with USB Outputs for Phones Tablet Camera (Can't Charge Explorer 440/ PowerPro)


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Reviewed in Australia on 28 December 2020
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J Kessler
5.0 out of 5 stars Very happy with the SolarSaga 100 watt Solar System for my off grid adventures.
Reviewed in the United States on 20 September 2019
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5.0 out of 5 stars Very happy with the SolarSaga 100 watt Solar System for my off grid adventures.
Reviewed in the United States on 20 September 2019
I purchased the Jackery Explorer 500 and the SolarSaga 100 watt system together to use in our full time fun in our 4x4 adventure van. We love to be off grid taking our van into the backcountry mountains, deserts, grasslands, along rivers and oceans, you name it. Even on the infrequent times when we pull into an RV park with hookups, we often will place ourselves in a quiet private spot away from the cramped RV spots.

Out comes our screen tent, chairs, big sun umbrella, propane fire pit, laptops, iPads and the Jackery Explorer 500. Then the SolarSaga is set up in about 2 minutes by retrieving it from the rooftop cargo box, open it up, place it leaning against its legs and plugging it into the Jackery. No fuss, no muss. Works instantly. I plug in my laptop to the Jackery, sit on the picnic table and surf the web, play games, watch YouTube, plan our next adventures. I have been in pouring rain in the Washington rain forest inside my screen tent just happy as can be with my laptop and Jackery 500 to power it. I do not have the SolarSaga set up in the pouring rain though. My MacBook Pro uses a lot of power when gaming but the SolarSaga keeps the Jackery 500 topped off. It is beyond me how the SolarSaga keeps up with the laptop power but it does. The Jackery charge usually stays at 100% dropping to 98-99% intermittently. When just charging the Jackery 500 without power draw from electronics, the SolarSaga impresses me how quickly it recovers charge percent.

So enough about the power aspect. Let's talk about convenience. The SolarSaga makes it real easy to get solar power. It opens up from a fairly compact size and is set up in a minute or so. It looks and feels very quality and it is light as can be. The covering has a nice feel to it. It appears that there are water resistant zippers on the pocket that hold the power cords and cover the power port. This could help keep water at bay should your SolarSaga be left out in some LIGHT rain. The unit is not claimed to be waterproof, but I have heard from reliable sources that they have had the SolarSaga in rain (not heavy rain) without issue. It will probably happen to me as we have frequent unexpected rain showers where we go. But normally, I retrieve the SolarSaga in an instant when the clouds roll in.

When it is time to pack up, I simply unplug the power cord from the Jackery 500, roll the cord up and place it in the zippered pouch of the SolarSaga, fold the unit in half and snap it shut, fold the legs against the sides and the velcro holds them tight against the sides. Then I put it in the rooftop cargo carrier and that is it. Again, about a 2 minute process. The SolarSaga is extremely thin, very light, feels like quality materials, seems durable, and puts out some good power. That's pretty much what I need it to be.

So yeah, I'm happy with it. Any downsides? Hmmm. Okay, the included power cord could be longer. I have purchased a separate 30 foot 8mm female/male extension from another manufacturer to reach when the sunny area is far away from the Jackery 500. I haven't tried the extension yet so I don't know what power loss there will be yet with the longer cord.

One other thing to mention, I am very paranoid about my SolarSaga walking away from my site. Well, there are some convenient grommets at the corners of the solar saga. Unwind a thin wire cable (50 feet is enough) to the SolarSaga, secure it with a simple lock and lock the other side of the cable to your vehicle. It keeps the casual thief from walking away with your solar panels. It's enough security for the vast majority of where you will be. When the SolarSaga is near my vehicle, I have a much more robust cable to lock it to my vehicle. I believe those grommets were designed as a way to tie your panels to an object so they don't move in heavy wind. The SolarSaga will tip over if a gust comes along without securing them but most of the time, they do fine on their own.

I hope this helps you in your research of what portable solar panel to get. I did my research too. Some selling points for me are the two year warranty, good customer service (I have heard), quality of the unit, and ease of use/compatibility with the Jackery Explorer 500. I have no ties with Jackery so what you have here is the real deal review. If ANY issues come up, I promise you I will do an INSTANT update and tell you all about it. I have a feeling that Jackery will be very responsive to help out if any issues arise.
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Derek Peck
5.0 out of 5 stars You get what you pay for
Reviewed in Canada on 11 October 2020
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George W Brown
4.0 out of 5 stars Compact 100W Solar Panel
Reviewed in Canada on 28 December 2020
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4.0 out of 5 stars Compact 100W Solar Panel
Reviewed in Canada on 28 December 2020
Well built easy to stow 100W panel for charging my Jackery 500. It would have been nice if they made it waterproof and the cord a smidge longer. I like that it all stows in the closet on our camper van.
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Andy
5.0 out of 5 stars Charging Volts & Amps
Reviewed in Canada on 2 January 2021
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CJ
5.0 out of 5 stars Amazing customer service too!
Reviewed in Canada on 9 January 2021
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