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This article was published on October 31, 2021

    This Solar Generator system can keep the lights on when everyone else goes dark — and it’s over 25 percent off

    This Solar Generator system can keep the lights on when everyone else goes dark — and it’s over 25 percent off
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    TLDR: Save nearly $500 on a Generark Solar Generator package including a backup power generator and solar panels for when power outages hit.

    We all take it for granted that when we flip on a light switch or fire up a space heater or hit the button on our garage door opener that the power will be there to handle the task.

    With more vital systems of every kind running on digital networks these days, that puts an even greater dependency on the resources of our local power grids — and opens the door to even greater disaster when that power supply fails.

    Just during the first half of 2021 alone, there were more than 130 major prolonged power disturbances in the U.S. affecting almost 9 million people. And that doesn’t even account for the hundreds of other smaller outages that happen every day.

    Power problems will happen. And it’s impossible to assume the lights will always come back on when you need them. For those emergencies, having backup like this Generark Solar Generator package featuring a HomePower One Backup Battery Power Station and a SolarPower One Portable Solar Panel couldn’t be more essential. Right now, the bundle is on sale at $500 off the regular price at just $1,399 from TNW Deals.

    Made for serious power needs, the reliable, versatile, and highly portable HomePower ONE stores over 1,000 watt-hours, enough to always have up to 7 days of storied emergency power when needed. Packed with 3 AC outlets, a 12-volt car outlet, and 4 USB ports, users can plug in almost any type of device and charge back up to full strength. And because you always know a power outage will strike when you least expect it, the HomePower ONE’s massive storage battery can hang on to all that power for up to a year without a recharge.

    And if the power remains out for a prolonged stretch, users can still keep their generator’s reserve full with the companion SolarPower One Portable Solar Panel Power Generator. Using monocrystalline solar cells, the SolarPower One turns out 50 percent higher energy conversion efficiency than regular solar cells. Deployable in just 30 seconds, that level of production means it’ll only take about 10 hours of sunlight to help get the HomePower One back to full strength.

    Regularly priced at almost $1,900, the complete Generark Solar Generator HomePower One and SolarPower One tandem are available now at over 25 percent off, cutting your final price down to only $1,399.

    Prices are subject to change