TITAN Solar 8 in 1 Portable Power Station
Amazing back-up power anywhere. A must have power back up in case of brown outs. Share with a neighbour or friend! More info
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More than just a jump-starter, it is a "Power Anywhere Station" – money saving green energy Solar charger, inbuilt battery, USB power outlet, 200W MSW Inverter for using regular household appliance power on the go, Air compressor, removable Light with Magnetic emergency warning flasher. Tough black rubber padded handle and rubber buffered impact absorbing edges protect against common accidental bumps and knocks. Combined emergency power accessories value of over $350.00!!
A must for any caravan or motor home! And is the Australian Astronomers first choice for powering their Skywatcher Telescopes.For use with all SynScan, SynTrek and AutoTracking telescopes.
** Before using Modified Sine Wave Inverters, always check with the manufacturer of the appliance you want to run. Modified Sine Wave Inverters can operate with most household appliances, but some appliances require to run on a pure sine current, or a current that very closely matches mains power cycles. Avoid damaging the appliance and the Inverter by checking appliance manufacturers specifications. Modified sine wave inverters are cheaper to manufacture than Pure Sine Wave inverters, as they have more basic and fewer electronic components. 8Zed warranty will not cover damage by misuse or plugging in unsuitable appliances.
As my purchase has not been opened, it is a Christmas present I can only comment on the service I received from Customer Service, namely Andrew Wallace, my request was handled with the utmost professionalism, he was so knowledgeable and helpful to me.
Very prompt service
Am using my new power station right now for the first time, and so far am loving it. I live without electricity, use candles and a head torch for light, and charge all my stuff at my neighbours house, using their solar power. So, I think that my neighbours will like this gadget as well as me, it'll stop me walking into their house and plugging things into their power points! Will give you a progress update soon. Thanks heaps.Comments
250coldcrank is the only letdown.
Good communication and price, prompt delivery.
I bought this unit as a backup and 12v light supply for our ute camper. Very compact, light, and most useful. And at the discount price it was a great deal! Des Menz, Clare SA
Your usual Jumpstarter pack with add on's like solar torch and a cool solar panel charging as well
I take mine with me on a nightly basis when I travel out to do street ministry. It is useful should I need to inflate the tyres of my mobility scooter, as well as running my laptop etc should I stay out for longer than the night....
Great product, excellent delivery, transparent communications, ontime delivery as promised. Recommend highly!
Excellent Product! Ruggeredised and so versatile.Looks well built too. Appreciate the needle nozzles for pumping up balls.
fantastic item and service. good work guys
Great product as described. Great Value, fast delivery
Excellent! Went camping with the unit, performed well with lights,lpod and small LCD tv. Recharged on the way home, no problems with this!
great to deal with very quick postage
Best product on the market - bar none! Now have four of these between camping mates and we want more!
Easy ordering system
very good customer service
After over two years of owning 2 of these units, BOTH work perfectly. Have used it in the 4x4, out bush, pumped up many 4x4 tyres! Really reliable, quality units!..ALEX
240 plug pushed in and now can only be charged by solar
Excellent little power pack
I use so far for pumping up bicycle and motorbike tires and didn't just a compressor.
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