Looking to power your caravan or weekend get-away? The Weekend Warrior Kit gives you off grid solar power anywhere, anytime, so you’re free to go wherever the road takes you with our DIY solar panels, NZ.
Behind the Scenes DIY with Two Weekend Warriors
Mat M. camps from September to May in an area without power. He had grown sick of driving every few days to pick up ice for chilly bins, so he bought one of our GridFree Weekend Warrior Kits. He set up the off grid solar kit himself in three days and is now running a digital inverter fridge / freezer, lights, a small television, along with charging mobile phones. He said the instructions were easy to follow and shared the tip of taking plenty of breaks to easily set up the Weekend Warrior Kit in just a few days. He can now power his lifestyle with DIY solar panels, NZ wide.
Stacey M. converted an ambulance four years ago with our GridFree Weekend Warrior set-up that he says, “Works like a charm!” By timing it carefully for sunny days on clear weeks, he’s even cooking with 230V using a small 1,100 W induction plate and an 800W air-fryer - while keeping a 42lt freezer operational all the time. He added on our 1,000W battery charger for overcast days where he might have run out of juice - instead, a few hours on the generator takes care of the deficit if there’s a lack of sun. He said, “I think you’re going to be pleasantly surprised at how much power you’ve got to play with.”
DIY Solar Panels, NZ for Weekends and Lower Power Needs
Our Weekend Warrior Kit comes with 2 panels, 2 deep cycle batteries designed for solar, a 2000W inverter and all other hardware included. This kit is ideal for powering your weekends and then being left to recharge during the week.
What Can the Weekend Warrior Off Grid Solar Kit Run?
(based on 3 sunlight hours in winter)
- Laptop Charging (60W): 2 hours a day (120Wh)
- Phone Charger (25W): 6 hours a day (150Wh)
- Television (100W): 2 hours a day (200Wh)
- LED Lighting (25W): 6 hours a day (150Wh)
- Kettle (1800W): 5 Minutes (150Wh)
- Microwave (2000W): 5 Minutes (170Wh)
- Mini Fridge/Freezer: 24 hours a day (1000Wh)
Ready to start your own weekend warrior story and go GridFree with DIY solar panels NZ?