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Solar generators are very similar to gas-powered generators in that they vary in size/power output but are still generally compact, portable machines capable of supplying you with power when camping, in an emergency power outage situation, or anywhere you might think of using a traditional gas generator.

You might be thinking, what’s the catch then, why the heck would ANYONE buy a gas generator anymore if you can get a solar generator instead? It’s a valid question, that being said, there are a number of things to consider when it comes to figuring out IF and WHICH solar generator makes the most sense for you. There are also some pros and cons worth considering as well as a number of different factors you need to take into account when shopping for the best solar generator to meet your needs.

The EcoFlow Delta has quickly become one of the most popular solar generators on the market. With an 1800 watt inverter, 1300 watt-hour battery, and 400 watts of solar input, the EcoFlow Delta is a 30lbs beast. It also has an unmatched 1200 watts of AC input meaning you can recharge this thing from a wall outlet in under 2 hours from 0% to 100% making it the fastest charging solar generator available today.

The Bluetti AC200P solar generator might be one of the most anticipated solar generators of all time! Launched in mid-2020, it has a 2,000 watt-hour lithium battery (LiFePO4), a 2000 watt continuous output (inverter), and a whopping 700 watts (150VDC) of solar input making it one of the most all-around powerful solar generators.

The AC200P is powerful enough to run almost any appliance found in your home such as fridge, freezer, microwave, lights, fans, heaters, A/C’s, power tools, and more (at the same time!)

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