Save $189 on the fastest solar rechargeable power station: The Zendure SuperBase Pro 2000
Now might be the best time to pick up one of these awesome Zendure SuperBase Pro 2000 solar power stations.
Power outages during critical emergencies can have a wide-ranging, even life-changing impact. Such emergencies can occur without warning at home, work, the office, or the factory.
In order to not be caught napping when the inevitable happens, you better be prepared.
For example, one of the best ways to stay one step ahead is to get a reliable rechargeable power station like the Zendure SuperBase Pro 2000 Portable Power Station.
Meet the Zendure SuperBase Pro 2000 Portable Power Station
The Zendure SuperBase Pro 2000 Power Station is the fastest solar rechargeable IoT power station on the market.
It also doubles as an automatic household-grade UPS providing an uninterrupted power supply for electrical appliances below 2,000W.
Additionally, this 2,096Wh, 2,000W solar rechargeable IoT power station can power devices of up to 3,000W and recharge up to 80% in just one hour, thanks to its patented GridFlow technology.
For example, It can provide up to 4,000W surge power for heavy-duty devices like induction cookers, chainsaws, and motorized devices requiring extra startup current.
Furthermore, the Zendure SuperBase Pro 2000 has a dual MPPT setup with a combined maximum output of 2400W.
It uses a rooftop solar panel comprising 1800W AC + 600W DC to XT60 input and can reach full charge in 1.5 hours.
It can also handle solar arrays of any size up to 1,800W. In addition, with its patented PVMax technology, your solar setup can charge the SuperBase Pro up to 80% in one hour and 100% in 2 hours.
In an emergency, the Zendure SuperBase Pro 2000 power station can power your refrigerator for 22 hours, TV for 28 hours, coffee maker for more than 3 hours, Starlink for 19 hours, several MacBooks and iPhones, and even your Tesla for up to 7 miles.
Moreover, this is more than enough juice to buy you time and keep you going for miles until you get out of harm’s way.
Below is an illustration showing how long the Zendure SuperBase Pro 2000 Power Station can power most household devices.
What’s more, not only does it support fast charging, but it can also be recharged via solar or AC power.
Therefore, this means that you can easily recharge it whenever and wherever, whether at home (if power is temporarily restored) or on the go while still seeking help.
With up to 14 built-in ports, there are enough charging outlets for you and your family members or friends to charge your phones during a blackout or while camping.
The Zendure SuperBase Pro 2000 Power Station is compact and portable, just like traveling luggage.
It has an extendable aluminum handle, rollers, and a low center of gravity design that allows you to stack other items and move effortlessly.
Therefore, this also makes the Zendure SuperBase Pro 2000 an indispensable travel or camping accessory.
Usually $1,899, the Zendure SuperBase Pro 2000 power station can be yours for $1,709.10 when you checkout with promo code ZENDURESBP. Additionally, payment installments are available.
Usable in more than 200 countries and regions, it is available in local US warehouses for fast delivery with free shipping and 2 years manufacturer’s warranty.
Here’s how the Zendure SuperBase Pro 2000 stacks against other popular power stations
|Product||Zendure SuperBase Pro 2000||Bluetti AC200/AC200P||EcoFlow DELTA 1300||Goal Zero YETI 1500X||Jackery Explorer 2000||Renogy Lycan Powerbox|
|Type||NMC / LiFePO4||NMC (LG) / LiFePO4||NMC||NMC||NMC (Panasonic)||LiFePO4|
|Capacity, VA||2,096Wh / 1,440Wh||1,700Wh / 2,000Wh||1,260Wh, 3.7V 350Ah||1,516Wh, 10.8V 140.4Ah||2,060Wh, 36V/57.24Ah||1075.2Wh, 44.8V/24Ah|
|Cycle Life (80%)||1,500 / 3,000||2,500 / 3,500||800||500||500||2,000|
|Rated Power, VA||2,000W||2,000W||1,800W, 120V 15A||2,000W, 120V 16.5A||2,200W, 1,10V20A||1,200W, 110V 12A|
|Recharging Time||1.6H-2H (AC cable)||5H (400W Wall)||1.6H (AC cable)||14H (120W Wall)||2.6H (AC cable)||12H (100W Wall)|
|AC Outlet||6(5-20) / 4EU||6(5-20) / 2UK+2EU||6(1-15) / 4 international||2(1-15)||4(5-20)||3(1-15)|
|Wall Input||AC 1,800W, 100-120V (50/60Hz)||400W, up to 800W with 2 adaptors||AC 1,200W, 100-120V (50/60Hz)||120W, 14-50V 10A, 8mm600W, 14-50V 50A, Anderson||AC 1,164W, 110V (60Hz) 10.58A||100W, 100-240V|
|Solar Input||1,800W, 60-160V, via ACor 600W, 12-60V, via DCDual MPPT 2400W,Via AC+DC||700W, 35-150V 12A||400W, 10-65V 10A||600W, 14-50V 50A, Anderson||800W, 12.5-54V 10.8A *2||300W, 12-70V|
|USB Ports||2 x PD 100W2 x PD share 20W||1 x PD 60W, 4 x 5V 3A||2 x PD 60W2 x QC 28W, 2 x 5V 2.4A||1 x PD 60W, 1 x PD 18W2 x 5V 2.4A||1 x PD 60W,1 x QC 18W, 1x 5V 2.4A||4 x 5V 2.4A|
|Display||6.1“ Large Color LCD||Touchable LCD||Color LCD||Color LCD||Color LCD||B&W LCD|
|Dimension||17.56 × 10.51 × 13.86in (44.6 x 27.6 x 35.2cm)||419x279x386mm;||400x210x270mm;||387x260x345mm;||394x310x323mm,||368x340x300mm,|
|Weight||46.5lbs(21.2kg) / 41.5lbs(18.8kg)||60.6lbs||30.9lbs||45.6lbs||43.2lbs||55lbs|
|KSP||Fast recharge +IoT+ App||Touchable LCD + 700W Solar||Fast recharge||App + Jump Starter||Panasonic + compact||RJ45 interface|
Zendure is one of the fastest growing EnergyTech start-ups located in the technology hubs of Silicon Valley, USA, and the Greater Bay Area Silicon Valley, China, and Japan.
About Zendure SuperBase Pro ID story
In terms of appearance, SuperBase Pro responds to modern aesthetics. As well as the luggage-inspired design not only continues the PI of the Zendure brand itself but also lends convenience and versatility to a product that already has tremendous appeal.
Designed by Zhang Shengtong, a seasoned industrial designer with multiple Red Dot and iF product design awards.
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