Portable Solar Generator | WaterProof, Battery Powered – JuiceBox G2


 The new JuiceBox G2 Portable Solar Generator

Customer driven design.

JuiceBox Portable Solar Generator

JuiceBox G2 – Rugged, Waterproof.

Over four years of customer input and continuous refinement has resulted in a machine worthy of being called the ‘2nd Gen’ of the venerable JuiceBox Portable Solar Generator.




Our two-year warranty is the best in our industry and is only possible thanks to the quality of our gear.  If you have trouble with any of our equipment that we cannot resolve through phone support, ship us the machine and we will repair or replace and ship it back to you at our cost.




JuiceBox G2 with optional Solar Panel Stowed

The JuiceBox G2 is a rugged portable Solar Generator that fits securely within a fat 50 caliber ammo can, yet slides in or out without tools.

CNC machined chassis, electrically isolated from the metal ammo can.

On a single charge, the JuiceBox G2 Portable Solar Generator can do any one of the following:

    • Charge a typical laptop seven times
    • Charge a Smart Phone 60 times
    • Charge a Cell Phone 90 times
    • Run an I-Pad® for nearly 120 hours
    • Run a portable radio for weeks
    • Run a GPS for 170 hours
    • Run a desktop fan for 25 hours
    • Light up a campsite for several nights

The Powerful JuiceBox G2 Portable Solar Generator – Imagine a briefcase sized waterproof box that can silently power your PC, laptop, radio, fans, small television, and more. it will easily charge your phone, Ipad, tablet… any common portable device. When it needs recharging, simply plug it into the wall or use a solar panel.

No gas, no fumes, silent, waterproof.


JuiceBox G2, with 27 watt folding solar panel. Dog not included.

JuiceBox G2 Portable Solar Generator SPECIFICATIONS:

Please Note:  We always publish full specs on our gear, right here on our website.  Please do your research before you buy.  We love informed customers!

  • Case is enameled steel, welded at all seams, and waterproof when closed.
  • Hinged lid is sealed with a continuous rubber gasket and is removable.
  • Modified sine-wave inverter provides 450 watts constant, 900 watts surge.
  • Two AGM batteries totaling 360 WH (30 AH). Sealed, spill-proof, and maintenance free.
  • Compatible with ‘Drop-In’ LiFePO4 batteries, like this one (Two batteries required).
  • Battery life is 300 to 400 cycles – replacements are easy to find, cost less than $75 for the pair, and install without tools.
  • Sophisticated Power Meter displays amps volts and watts in real time, plus accumulated data.
  • 20 amp circuit breaker protects sensitive components—no fuses to replace or worry about.
  • Two marine-grade 12 volt sockets for all common automotive devices.
  • Two switchable Anderson Power Pole connections for high-power, Low-loss 12 volt power.
  • Two 115 VAC outlets to power common AC devices.
  • 2 USB ports, each an independent 3 amp transformer, for powering and charging phones, tablets, games, etc.
  • 3.5 amp automatic AC charger, three stage, with worldwide voltage compatibility.
  • 5 amp, three stage Solar Controller, easily handles up to 60 watts of solar input.
  • Tough, mil-spec foam and four rubber feet ‘float’ the system within the can to absorb vibration and jarring.
  • The JuiceBox G2 Portable Solar Generator Dimensions: 7.25” x 8.5″ x 11” Weight: 29 lbs




JuiceBox G2 front panel

The JuiceBox G2 Portable Solar Generator’s lower storage cubby is 1″ tall, 10.5″ wide, and 8.5″ deep.  It can carry documents, accessories, or even a tablet or small laptop.  Our optional modified 27 watt Solar panel also fits!

JuiceBox G2 Portable Solar Generator

JuiceBox G2 – Partially Stowed

Above, the JuiceBox G2 Portable Solar Generator is shown with the chassis slid partially out of the can.

There are three machined pockets for some handy accessories… a pen, a folding razor blade, and one of our Nano LED’s.  These items are included with the JuiceBox G2 Portable Solar Generator.

To the right, you see the AC charging cord.  This is attached to the JuiceBox G2 so it cannot be lost, stashes out of the way if it is not needed, and is 24″ long when extended.


JuiceBox G2 Portable Solar Generator - Rear View Exposed

JuiceBox G2 – Rear View Exposed

 Above, a rear view of the exposed JuiceBox G2 Portable Solar Generator.  The primary structure is made from CNC machined HDPE.  This tough material, combined with mortise and tenon construction and stainless fasteners, creates an incredibly strong, rigid chassis.

Please note:  If the JuiceBox G2 is larger than you need, or if you don’t really need the inverter, consider our Cadet MK1 LiFePo4 Power Station. 

JuiceBox G2 Portable Solar Generator, with (2) 15 AH AGM batteries

Please allow three weeks for delivery.

$610 USD + $25 shipping within the U.S.


Bundle and save:  for a limited time, get the new JuiceBox G2 Portable Solar Generator with the 27 watt solar panel and free shipping for $695.00

(save $100.00)


JuiceBox G2 Portable Solar Generator, NO BATTERIES

$540 USD + $20 shipping within the U.S.

(If you want to buy your own, or want to use drop-in LiFePo4 batteries, like these

The ideal companion to the JuiceBox G2 Portable Solar Generator

JuiceBox G2 Portable Solar Generator - Stowable Solar Panel

JuiceBox G2 – Stowable Solar Panel (unfolded)

27 watts of solar, ultra slim.  Modified by us to fit inside the lower storage cubby of the JuiceBox G2 Portable Solar Generator.

JuiceBox G2 Portable Solar Generator - Stowable Solar Panel Folded

JuiceBox G2 – Stowable Solar Panel (Folded)

Comes with a 10 foot extension cable and plugs directly into the JuiceBox G2 Portable Solar Generator.


Our new KlickStands are a useful enhancement to the JuiceBox G2 Portable Solar Generator:

JuiceBox G2 Portable Solar Generator - With Optional KlickStands

JuiceBox G2 – With Optional KlickStands





CLICK HERE for the KlickStand product page…


Often overlooked, but one of the smartest little accessories:

The male to male cigarette cord allows you to connect a JuiceBox G2 Portable Solar Generator to a vehicle.  If the vehicle has a dead battery, let the JuiceBox G2 charge the battery for at least a few minutes, then start up!  If the JuiceBox G2 needs a charge, the same cable works in reverse, and your vehicle can charge the JuiceBox G2.

I have used this exact product many times, and have been very happy with the quality.  It is nice, thick wire and the plugs themselves are heavy duty, tough enough to tolerate getting stepped on or beat up a bit…  It is important to note that this cable is NOT fuse-protected.  This allows the potentially higher-amperage draw (like from a dead vehicle battery) to occur without blowing a fuse.

We do not sell this item.  Amazon has a great price.  Click link below:

12V Male to Male Outlet Charger Cord

Sometimes, moving some air (even a little) can be very important.  A breeze on your face can make the difference in getting restful sleep, it can stop condensation in a tent, or move warm air from a heat source to the rest of a room.  A small fan can also keep HAM gear or other electronics from overheating.  I originally bought a few of these at a big box store, simply because they were so cheap and I was curious.  As it turns out, they work surprisingly well, draw very little power, and the gooseneck is a perfect way to make it point where you want.Stay cool, hook one to your JuiceBox Portable Solar Generator.

We actually use these in our shop.  Every bench has one, and our technicians use this exact fan to test USB circuits as the JuiceBox G2 Portable Solar Generator is being built.  As you can imagine, they get a workout.  After three years, we have only broken two of them.  Surprising quality for what almost appears to be a toy.  Amazon link below:

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  1. How long does it take to charge the G2 with the 27 watt solar panel?

  2. I visited your booth today (10-22) at the Chattanooga Ham fest. Very impressed with the Juicebox G2 and other products you offer. Please add me to your email list.
    Thanks, Bill

  3. Sir i met you in Chatanooga through Eric Williams who is the proud owner of Be Ready Solar. Can i place my order now? Yes i will give you as long as you need to build it so that i know i am getting the most reliable product in the world. Yes i would like the Juice Box G2.

  4. Since I bought the G2– How much for the dog?

  5. Thank you! I just purchased a simple Anderson Power Pole to Battery Clamps cable. It arrived in a few short days, and I have to tell you, I am impressed. Yes, it’s a pretty simply item, but the quality and attention to detail is top-notch. A quality cable, shrink wrapped in all the right spots, and an awesome Velcro cord wrap. You folks are a class act! I’ll be back.

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  7. Love the product, any plans for a 220v version for those not lucky enough to be in the US?

  8. re:the 12v automotive style plugs……..what is the amp draw rating?

  9. James E Mosley Jr.

    I love my Juice Box. This little portable device packs a mean punch and the solar panel rocks. You have to always use the solar panel with the juice box to restore the power that you use to power your portable devices. i will be getting a bigger model when you come out with another one. American built is what a like about the product and reliable it is. KF4ZUN signing out. 73ssssssssssssssssssssssssss

  10. Any talk of making this with a pure sine wave inverter in the future. This would be perfect for me, but I have electronics that I dare not run off modified sine wave.

  11. William L Smith

    I own several of your BatPacs and the QRP Ranger. Absolutely love them. They have performed flawlessly in the field. Hours of operating on HF-VHF-UHF with a 28 watt solar panel. Never ran out of power no matter which source I used. My favorite is the QRP Ranger. It is the Shiznit!! I am a preparedness individual and your products are spot on for that cause. IMHO, any of your alternative power products, a solar panel of at least 28 watts, and the Yaesu FT-817, or a reasonable facsimile, are the prefect prepper comms combo. As long as I get sun every couple of days, my comms will always be up! I have used them while camping and during my travels to and from San Diego and our new home in Star Valley Ranch, WY. Just purchased the Accessory Bundle as it a great price for all the USB and power options I am using. Thanks again for the great products and keep up the good work.
    BUY USA !
    Hope to catch you on the air. 73s, Bill – KK6WLS

  12. The screenshot above shows 2 sealed lead acid batteries, but the description says it has 2 AGM’s. So which is it, since AGM’s would provide a better power density and longer life than a simple SLA battery

  13. A couple of questions on the JuiceBox g2. Would a powerfilm F15-1200 (folded up) fit into the solar panel cubby? Also, could you make a custom connector to allow my powerfilm panel to connect to the charge controller? I would gladly pay for the connector.

    • Sorry, the questions were for the juicebox g2 no the operator.

      • CW,

        I think that the PowerFilm panel you mention would fit… I do not have one to test, but the published dimensions look like they are within the size of the cubby.

        Regarding a cable, no problem. PowerFilm uses the Delphi WeatherPack style connectors, and we can make that cable for you very reasonably.

  14. Great products, well built.

  15. I bought a G2 bundle a while back that didn’t include the 5.5 pin x 2.1 pin extension cord that goes between the solar panel and the G2. How can I get one of these.

  16. I’ve owned my G2 for a while now, mainly using the PowerPole connectors and occasionally the 110AC. I went to use the 12VDC sockets to charge a 2 meter handheld radio during Hurricane Harvey and they didn’t work. I got to checking and found the ground wires connected to a bus bar and a hot red wire cross connection between the sockets, but no hot wire power supply connected to the sockets. What are my options? I also need cable to connect to a Powerfilm panel. Thanks.
    I really love this beast.

  17. I would like to order the Juice box g2 but without the batteries. I assume you sell it without batteries and recommend a replacement like the Dakota brand to save weight which is important to me. How does it change performance since the replacements seem to be a 10AH batteries or the other end of that question, what would be the best weight saving battery. I would Like to get his ordered asap.

    Thanks Thta

  18. This looks like something EVERYONE could use and should have I learned about you through Tin Hat Ranch. I am interested in your new version of the juice box. I, like you am willing to go with the optional solar panels. the are cheaper, and not that much of a bother to me, and they pack a bigger payload to boot.

  19. We got the juicebox for my wife cause she needs an oxygen concentrator. I had no idea what it really would mean for us. I was worried about power outages, but now we are car camping. Never even thought we could. The kids are loving it. thank you so much. The solar panel made all the difference three weeks ago at the natiaonal park, because we could not get a hook up but we could still run lights and a fan and a radio.

  20. I live alone in a condo and cannot have a generator. We lose power a few times a year at least. The last two times I hade my juicebox. It still sucked because the power was out, but I ran my laptop, charged ny phone, powered the router from the inverter, and even charged my neihbors phone. I laid the solar panel out on the balcony.

    thanks for such an amzing machine.

  21. Can the G2 be charged via 110 outlet?

    • Yes. There is an AC cord hidden in the right-hand cubby. Simply plug into ac (110 – 240) and the JuiceBox charges via the internal three-stage smart charger.

  22. Just got my JuiceBox G2 and Wow!… I am Very impressed with the performance and build quality. I wish all gear was manufactured to the same level of quality. Thank you.
    One Question (I didn’t see this addressed anywhere):
    Can the system be charged or operated while it’s still inside the outer case? Or should the G2 be charged/operated only when removed from the case?
    For electronics, I know more heat is bad, and less heat + more airflow is generally better. The cooling fan is also visible on the front panel, so now I’m not sure.
    Your thoughts?

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