Zendure SuperBase Pro 2000 Practice – All the Power You Need

I have been eagerly awaiting the release of the UK version of Zendure’s massive SuperBase Pro 2000 powerhouse. Regular readers will remember that last year I spent two months off the grid with the Solar generator Jackery Explorer 1000 as my only source of power. Granted, I used car charging for my iPhone when traveling, but everything else (laptop, drones, cameras) relied on Jackery for power.

The Jackery Explorer 1000 had a battery capacity of 1,002 Wh and was capable of 1,000 W output and 2,000 W surge.

I thought it was huge.

The SuperBase Pro 2000 dwarfs it.

Physically, the thing is huge.

Like a little suitcase.

Zendure SuperBase Pro 2000

Zendure SuperBase Pro 2000 is a loading cornucopia

Design

Weighing in at over 46 pounds, Zendure has outfitted the SuperBase Pro 2000 with wheels, a telescoping drag handle, and a suitcase handle to make it easier to move.

If you’re moving the SuperBase Pro 2000 any distance, you’ll love the wheels and handles.

You really will.

With a battery capacity of 2096 Wh and a sustained AC output of 2000 W, with a surge capacity of 3000 W, this is a true monster.

It features six UK power outlets, two 100W USB-C ports, two 20W USB-C outlets, three 136W DC ports, and a 12V car outlet port.

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Outlets galore!

For inputs, there is an AC port and an XT60 port. I have been using the XT60 port to connect the SuperBase Pro 2000 to my 200W Zendure solar panel.

Charging the Zendure SuperBase Pro 2000 with the Zendure 200W Solar Panel

Charging the Zendure SuperBase Pro 2000 with the Zendure 200W Solar Panel

On the front of the SuperBase Pro are a series of buttons, an incredible 6.1-inch display that gives you a quick view of what’s going on with the power plant, and there’s also built-in Wi-Fi and cellular support, so you can connect to it through your app.

Also on the front, there’s a built-in LED light that you can control via the app. Practical for both emergency lighting and ambient lighting.

Ambient lighting function

It will take me a while to do a full test of the SuperBase Pro 2000, but for the past few days, I have been using it both as a home/office power supply, as well as taking it with me. when I’m out and about to charge my laptop, cameras and drones.

So far, I am impressed.

really impressed.

Performance

Capacity and power outputs are spot on, I wouldn’t expect anything less from Zendure, and the device has been rock solid in my tests, even in the scorching heat of the UK summer (which isn’t that scorching according to global). standards, but it has been quite hot).

And 2000 Wh of power is a lot of power. It’s enough to run a small fridge for a day, a microwave oven for a couple of hours, recharge a MacBook a couple dozen times, and even recharge a Tesla with a range of five miles.

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Loading and being loaded!

And by using AC to recharge, you can get the SuperBase Pro 2000 from zero to 80 percent charge in about an hour, which is great for those times when you’ve left everything to the last minute.

Zendure App

Connected to the device using the app via Wi-Fi and cellular, and it’s been amazing being able to monitor and control the SuperBase Pro 2000 whether it’s in the room or not. Initially, I was dismissive of the cellular connectivity feature, but was surprised by how much I used it.

The construction is also robust. The wheels are perfect for transporting the SuperBase Pro 2000 over smooth or rough terrain, and the two handles are great as they’re strong enough to inspire confidence that they won’t break, yet compact and light enough not to hinder. or add too much in the form of volume.

Little things like the spring-loaded top handle are great touches.

Bottom line

Overall, I love the Zendure SuperBase Pro 2000. I know power stations aren’t for everyone and the price of this unit is way higher than what someone might pay for a power bank; Currently, you can choose one of Zendure for $1,899 — but if you want plenty of portable power, whether it’s AC power, USB-C, DC, or 12V, then this is the unit for you.

Zendure SuperBase Pro 2000

Zendure SuperBase Pro 2000

Combined with a 200W solar panel, you have a very portable power station for less than $2,500.

I’m planning on giving SuperBase Pro 2000 a lot more use in the coming weeks and will keep track of how it has performed under long-term heavy use.

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