BigBlue Energy Launches a New Emergency Power Source

BigBlue Energy Inc recently reached their crowd funding goal for their newest Kickstarter campaign: BigBlue Cellpowa2500 All-In-One Emergency Power Source. Their newest campaign offers special enhancements which include the ability to upgrade the 3x DC7909 ports of Cellpowa 2500 to 1x XT60 solar input port. These units recharge up to 80% within only 1.5 hours and feature components such as a car charging port, GPS positioning, solar charging technology, USB-C outputs and more. With the Cellpowa2500, BigBlue has you covered for all of your portable power needs.

The uninterruptible power supply is available 24/7 and features a maximum 1200W solar input. It also has output ranges of 2500W to 5500W. The Cellpowa2500, despite its large power output, is the smallest 1800Wh LiFePO4 power station that can be used for outdoor adventures and power outages. Because of the small size, this extra compact and super portable power source can easily travel or slip into any space you need – the dimensions totaling only 384*274*325mm (15.12*10.79*12.8in) and weighing a little over 25 kilos (55 lbs).

The Kickstarter campaign offers multiple different tiers for customers to pledge toward. Kickstarter is selling the Cellpowa2500 $1,299.99It is a. $0.7Price per Watt and includes accessories bag and charging cables. Customers interested in solar power charging options have multiple options: $649 and above, backers of the campaign can purchase additional Solarpowa400 panels, which still saves them up to 42% off of the retail price. This tier also includes 3 Solarpowa400 panels. $2,999.99This is 45% off the normal retail price. Many options are only available until the Kickstarter Special pricing ends – don’t wait to check out the Kickstarter campaign. The Kickstarter campaign is fully funded and will continue to be available online until May 19, 2022.

All purchases come with a 24-month warranty and lifetime after-sales support. Local warehouse delivery is also included.

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