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HomePower PRO: Backup Battery Power Station Review

Every day, we all need electricity to power our homes and charge the devices we rely on. Ideally, we can rely on our power suppliers to grant us this electricity, but there are times when they can’t be relied on.

Power outages can happen for many reasons. These can range from natural disasters to power stations failing for whatever reasons.

It’s always a good idea to have a backup power source so you won’t ever be without power, and that’s what we’re looking at today. In this review, we will look at the two Geneverse HomePower PRO stations you can choose from.

We will weigh up the benefits and drawbacks of each so you can choose which is the best for you and your needs!

Geneverse PRO Series LiFePO4 Power Stations 1210-2419Wh (1200-4400W), PRO Battery Bundle: 1X ONE PRO + 1X TWO PRO

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Overview of HomePower Pro One and Two Models

In this review, we will be looking at two products from Geneverse. These would be the HomePower PRO One and also the more advanced HomePower PRO Two model.

Both of these products function as a power station that you can charge up and use as a power source in a power outage. The function may be the same, but the specifications differ between the two.

We will definitely be covering all these specifications shortly as we move through this review.

Importance Of Having A Backup Power Station

Power outages are never fun. As we mentioned previously, they can happen for a wide variety of reasons. Outages are becoming more and more frequent around the world, and they’re always a huge inconvenience. In a previous article, we have seen how power outages have been hitting Texas in recent times, and what we can learn from it.

Self-sufficiency is a great practice generally, but it can also help you to be more prepared. A backup power source can be incredibly helpful in these uncertain times to make sure you’ll never be without power. In the past, we have covered some of the ways you can achieve off-grid power.

Also, you can check out our top recommendations for storm preparedness supplies we created here.

Next, we will look at these two models and how they differ from one another.

Features and Performance

HomePower ONE PRO: (1210Wh/1200W-2400W)

Geneverse Homepower Pro 1

The HomePower ONE PRO is the slightly weaker version of these two products. It features a capacity of 1210WH, and it has an output of 1200W. The surge power for this model comes in at 2400W.

While it’s not as powerful as the TWO model, this is still a really decent set of specifications for a smaller family. Later in the review, we will check out some of the features in more detail.

Next, we will see how it compares to the TWO model.

HomePower TWO PRO: (2419Wh/2200W-4400W

Now we have the HomePower TWO PRO. This model has a fairly larger output and capacity compared to its smaller brother.

Geneverse Homepower Pro 2

Here we have a capacity of 2419Wh with an output of 2200W. The surge power of this model comes in at 4400W. It’s quite a large difference, and that means this one would be better for larger families or particularly long outages.

Now we will look at some of the great features these power stations have.

LCD Intelligent Display

Both of these stations feature an intuitive LCD display that you can use to set up the station and read specifications such as the remaining power level. These displays can light up and are easy to read, making them easy to use.

Certified Efficient LFP Battery

The stations utilize the highly efficient LFP battery type, and this allows for 3000 charge cycles, giving the devices some longevity.

For Use In Homes, Boats And RV’s

These stations are both small enough that they can be used in a wide variety of circumstances. They would be perfect for home usage, but could also be taken with you on a camping trip, on a boat, or in an RV.

2x USB-C 100w

The stations each feature 2 USB-C ports at 100W for direct charging of many modern portable devices.

2x USB-A Qualcomm QuickCharge 3.0

Additionally, there are also 2 USB-A ports. These incorporate Qualcomm QuickCharge 3.0 technology for faster charging of devices.

3 AC outlets 120v 60Hz

Finally, you also have 3 AC outlets at 120V and 60Hz to round out the comprehensive ports of the stations.

6x Faster Solar Charging Than Competitors

While solar power panels aren’t necessary for these stations, they go really well with them. If you do decide to use solar panels for charging, the technology of these stations will allow for up to 6X faster solar charging than other similar devices.

3,000 Charge cycles

Earlier, we mentioned how these stations have 3000 charge cycles. This means you will be able to recharge the battery many times before you will need to worry about it failing. This kind of longevity is always welcome for devices such as these.

Integrated Mobile App

Extra convenience is always welcome, and you can get that convenience by linking your station to the Geneverse App. This will allow you to monitor the station and power levels.

Being able to control and monitor the station remotely is a huge help if you happen to be out of the house when an outage hits.

Design And Build

Structurally, these stations feature a similar sturdy design. They do differ in size and weight, so let’s break it down and look at the dimensions and weight of each model.

The dimensions for the ONE model come in at L 17.83″ x W 11.02″ x H 11.79″. The weight of this model is 38.36 lbs.

As for the TWO, we have dimensions of L 17.83″ x W 11.02″ x H 14.11″ with a weight of 61.3 lbs.

As you can see, the TWO is quite a bit larger and heavier than the ONE, so that’s worth keeping in mind, as the TWO isn’t quite as portable.

Ease of Use

Both the ONE and TWO models are very easy and intuitive to use. Ports have been placed so that they’re easy to access, and the app and LED displays make setup and readings easy to perform.

The ONE model is quite a bit easier to transport and store thanks to its smaller size, but both are easy to use once in place.

Pros and Cons

These two stations feature very few downsides in general. Either one would be an excellent alternative power supply, and they’re both sturdy and easy to use.

When comparing directly, there are a few pros and cons. The specifications are the most obvious difference between the two.

The TWO model has significantly more power output and storage capabilities than the ONE model, as we have seen throughout this review. This means it provides and stores a lot more power.

The price of this increased capacity is that it is larger and heavier, so if you will need to transport it around a lot then you may want to consider the smaller model if you won’t be needing the extra power.

Customer Service And Support

Geneverse has a comprehensive customer support service that can be used if you run into issues or need help with anything.

On their contact page, you will see options for email and calling so that you have plenty of options to get ahold of them. Their live chat is available 24/7, so you’ll never be left in the dark.

For further peace of mind, they also offer a 30-day money-back guarantee if you’re dissatisfied with your purchase for any reason.

There is also a 5-year limited warranty if there are any issues with your device that come up during normal usage scenarios. It’s always great to have such comprehensive customer service, and the warranty plus money-back guarantee makes the purchase a lot more comfortable.


Can I Charge my Home Power Pro and Supply Power At the Same Time?

Both devices allow you to charge them while supplying power.

Does the HomePower Pro Turn On Automatically if the Power Goes Out?

Both models will need to have devices plugged into them to charge them, so it’s not an automatic power station in that regard.

How long Can the HomePower Pro Hold a Charge?

They will hold a charge for a minimum of one year, but Geneverse recommends charging every 6 months to maintain top condition.

Is The HomePower Pro Series Waterproof?

Neither device is waterproof, and they should also be stored in low-humidity areas when possible.

Does HomePower Pro Come With Solar Panels Included?

Solar panels are not included but can be purchased from Geneverse. We have also covered how to set up solar charging in the past, so that’s well worth a read if you’re interested in solar charging.

How Long Does the HomePower Pro Take to Charge With Solar?

Geneverse estimates a charging time of 3-4 hours when using solar panels.

Conclusion And Where To Buy

In conclusion, both the HomePower PRO ONE and HomePower PRO TWO are excellent power storage solutions for whatever you may need them for.

When choosing which one is right for you, you should decide whether you value portability or higher power output and storage. Either way, you’re getting an excellent and reliable product with plenty of support options available.

If you wish to purchase one for yourself, you can buy the HomePower PRO ONE via the Geneverse store at this link where you will be able to choose which one you want and see the bundles they have on offer.