10 Best


of September 2023

  1. Product Highlights
    • Four-stroke 114cc easy-start motor - this amazing, easy-to-start, and ultra-powerful generator has been designed specifically for camping. it features a powerful and economical 114cc four-stroke air-cooled motor with an adjustable choke for easy starting ability.
    • Run two appliances at once - with twin 15a 240v ac outlets you’ll be able to run two appliances at once, and with the inbuilt overload indicator light, you’ll have advanced warning if you’re trying to run too many or too big an appliance. it also has an inbuilt overload protection cut-off, which will automatically stop the generator to prevent internal damage from overl...
    • Genuine 2000w continuous power rating - the adventure kings 2kva inverter generator is now more powerful than ever, with a genuine 2.0kw continuous power rating and a 2.2kw peak power rating. it’s the perfect solution to let you leave behind crowded caravan parks and powered campsites, and experience the best of aussie bush camping without leaving the creature comforts ...
    • 2200w peak power rating - at its core, the powerful motor is rated to produce 2000w of continuous power, and can handle up to 2200w of peak power requirement. that means you can comfortably run power-hungry equipment like small caravan air conditioners, microwaves, kettles, coffee machines, and hairdryers – the works! – while you’re camping.
    • 4.1l internal fuel tank - the internal fuel tank has a 4.1l capacity, and the generator runs on a regular 91 unleaded straight out of the browser – no mixing two-stroke oil required! there’s even an inbuilt automatic economy mode switch that will adjust the engine speed in accordance with what you’re running, to save fuel and reduce noise even further.
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  2. Product Highlights
    • The rocksolar weekender is a small, yet powerful entry level portable power station. the weekender has a built-in advanced battery management system. the box contains: 1* weekender, 1*ac adapter and 1*user guide.
    • Large battery, small size: this lightweight portable power station only weighs 1.9lbs, yet has a large 24000mah lithium battery. it is our entry level portable power generator you can take with you on a plane. at the same time, the device is extremely quiet. the rs81 has a lifecycle of 1000+ charges.
    • More than just a power station: as an entry level portable power station, the rocksolar weekender also has a led light panel on the top and a duel flashlight on the front. it may not be able to power up all the things you want, yet in an emergency or power outage you are prepared.
    • Who are we? rocksolar technology is a us company founded by a group of battery and solar engineers in 2007 with its headquarter and r&d located in usa. rocksolar's portable power station is well known for their compact, highly portable and light weight design yet offering more battery power and power outlets. our products for australia market are 220v a/c .
    • 7 power outlets: the rocksolar weekender also has multiple ways to charge your devices with a variety of ports. it includes: 1*220v ac output, 1*dc in/out, 2*quick charge usb ports, 2*usb 3.0 ports and 1*usb c port.
    • Quick recharge: whether your charging the weekender itself or your devices you can expect a quick recharge. you can charge your device with the cable included using a wall output or charge the power station using a rocksolar 30w or 60w solar panel (sold separately).charged in 2 ways, under full sun or from an ac wall outlet within 4 hours & 30 minutes.
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