Zendure Power Station Bestowed with Japan’s Prestigious Bousai Mark

Zendure's SuperBase Pro power station has been awarded the 'Recommended Product Mark' by Bousai-Anzen, a Japanese organization focused on disaster preparedness and epidemic prevention.

April 21, 2022. By News Bureau

Zendure's SuperBase Pro power station has been awarded the 'Recommended Product Mark' by Bousai-Anzen, a Japanese organization focused on disaster preparedness and epidemic prevention.

The mark recognizes the product’s ability to keep people safe during a disaster.

The Bousai mark sheds light on products that the organization recommends for emergency preparedness based on safety, functionality, and convenience.

Unlike a traditional gas-powered generator, a rechargeable power station does not work on fuel and has fewer moving parts, decreasing the cost and effort associated with maintenance. Since they don't ignite fuel, most power stations are safe to use indoors, inside a car or van, or even inside a tent.

SuperBase Pro is Zendure's largest power station. 80% of the battery can be charged in just one hour. With 2,000W pure sine wave AC output and up to 4,000W of surge power, Zendure's power station can start and operate large appliances, including many residential refrigerators and freezers.

Zendure's power station is solar-friendly. So even if a disaster weakens crucial infrastructure, users can harvest solar energy and power their essential devices. Photovoltaic arrays of up to 1,800W are supported by SuperBase Pro.

The new power station is seen as an ideal emergency power supply. The batteries only require charge-cycling once every few months to maintain the health of the device, and it has industrial-grade wheels and a built-in extending handle for easy carrying.

The product raised close to $2M USD in crowdfunding and recently earned a Good Design award in Japan and an iF Design Award in Germany. The power station has been especially popular in Japan, where it recently brought in over ¥49M on the crowdfunding site Makuake.

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