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Bluetti has some mind-blowing Black Friday deals on offer this year! Save hundreds on some of the latest solar generator technology deals out there.

As Black Friday is soon to arrive this November, it comes as no surprise that people around the world are hard pressed at searching for the best deals out there.

For homeowners, vanlifers, RVers and campers, Bluetti has something special planned and we are sure our solar generator deals will be sure to impress.

This Black Friday, Bluetti is offering the biggest discounts on their entire product line, they have ever offered.

And these three deals are the best on offer:

For the homeowner looking for unlimited power:

The Bluetti AC300 & B300 Portable Power Station

(Starts at $2,999 (originally $3,698) — save up to $4,000 with bundles)

A 100% modular power system, the Bluetti AC300 and B300 battery modules are some of the most popular solar products on the market.

Each AC300 can accept up to four external B300 batteries packs, bringing the systems overall capacity to a whopping 12,288 Wh!

Good luck running out of power… ????

The major benefit of owning a modular solar generator comes down to portability. In the past, transporting that much power was a tedious task, if not impossible for some. Now, Bluetti has paved the road of innovation, making the transport of vast amounts of power, not only easy, but possible.

The B300 battery modules use top-of-the-range LFP (lithium ferrophosphate) cells, making up 3,500-plus life cycles. In other words, some of the longest lasting solar generators on the market today.

Furthermore, the AC300 can be charged with both AC and solar simultaneously, whilst being connected to two B300 battery modules. Additionally, the Bluetti AC300 also allows for the connection of the new Bluetti Fusion Box Pro, which will double the voltage, power and capacity up to 6,000W, 240V, and 24,576Wh.

For the unexpected power outage:

The AC200MAX & B230 Portable Power Station

(Starts at $1,899 (originally $2,099) — save up to $2,600 with bundles)

The Bluetti AC200 MAX the all-round upgraded version of Bluetti’s long-loved classic model, the AC200 (which was originally launched on the crowdfunding platform Indiegogo).

The new AC200 MAX is powered by a 2,048Wh LFP battery, but can also take up to two external batteries including the B230 or B300, adding up to 6,144Wh with 2×B230’s, or 8,192Wh with 2×B300’s

The AC200MAX can also be charged quickly up to 80% with direct sunshine in around 2 hours.

For the perfect camping trip:

The Bluetti PV120 and PV200 Portable Solar Panels

(Up to 20% off — save huge with bundles)

Portable solar panels are great partners for portable battery power stations when wall outlets are far out of reach.

The Bluetti PV120 and PV200 are foldable solar panels specially designed for campers, van dwellers and for small/medium-size off-grid solar systems.

Bluetti’s PV120 and PV200 solar panels are made with monocrystalline solar cells that are arguably the most effective solar cells available on the commercial market today.

This is largely due to their ability to produce a high amount of clean power even when sunlight is at its truest form.

With greatly improved shading performance, the PV120 and PV200 won’t significantly loose efficiency when part of the solar cells are blocked by any shadows, trees or any other sun blockers.

Below Are Some Of The Additional Bluetti Black Friday Deals:

Product Model Original Price Black Friday Offer Discount
AC200P $1,799 $1,599 $200
EB150 $1,099 $899 $200
EB240 $1,599 $1,299 $300
EB55 $499 $449 $50
EB70 $599 $529 $70
AC50S-BLUE $429 $359 $70
AC50S-Orange $429 $359 $70

Check out all the Bluetti Black Friday deals at bluettipower.com.

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Jussie Smollett Under Oath: There was No Hoax

CHICAGO (AP) — Former “Empire” actor Jussie Smollett denied Monday that he staged an anti-gay, racist attack on himself in downtown Chicago, testifying at his trial that “there was no hoax.”

Jussie Smollett took the witness stand Monday at his trial on charges of staging a racist, anti-gay attack on himself and lying to Chicago police about it.

The actor who starred on the TV show “Empire” is expected to share his account of what happened in January 2019 in an attempt to refute damaging testimony from two brothers who testified last week. They said Smollett, who is gay and Black, orchestrated the hoax to get publicity, giving them $100 for supplies and instructing them to place a noose around his neck and yell homophobic slurs. They also said Smollett paid them $3,500 to carry it out.

Defense attorneys have suggested the brothers, who are Black, were motivated to accuse Smollett of staging the hoax because they disliked him and then saw an opportunity to make money. They suggested that after the brothers, Abimbola and Olabingo Osundairo, were questioned by police about the alleged attack, they asked Smollett for $1 million each to not testify against him at trial.

Smollett’s lawyers also have argued that Chicago police rushed to judgment when they brought charges against Smollett, and suggested a third person may have been involved in the attack.

On the witness stand Monday, Smollett told the jury how he grew up in a close-knit family of six children and started performing as a child actor before getting more into music. He said he “came to terms with my sexuality” in his early 20s, when he got involved in charity organizations, including a group that fights AIDS in the Black community.

He said he auditioned for a role on “Empire” of a singer who is gay because he had never seen a Black man portrayed that way. By season five, Smollett said he was being paid $100,000 per episode.

Smollett said he met Abimbola Osundairo in 2017 at a club, where he learned Osundairo also worked on the set of “Empire.” He said the two men did drugs together and went to a bathhouse, where Smollett said they “made out.” Over time, he said the two men did more drugs together and participated in sex acts together. Osundairo testified last week that he and Smollett didn’t have a sexual relationship.

Smollett testified that he met Abimbola’s brother, Olabingo, but that they didn’t speak and “he kind of freaked me out.” He said Abimbola Osundairo made it seem like the men needed to “sneak off” when they were together around his brother. Smollett said he never trusted Olabingo Osundairo.

Prosecutors say Smollett staged the attack because he was unhappy with the “Empire” studio’s response to hate mail he received. The letter including a drawing of a stick figure hanging by a noose, with a gun pointed at it, and the word “MAGA” — an apparent reference to then-President Donald Trump’s slogan, “Make America Great Again.” The Osundairo brothers testified that Smollett told them to yell “this is MAGA country” during the fake assault.

Brett Mahoney, who produced “Empire” in Chicago, testified earlier Monday that Smollett called him after the hate mail was sent to the set.

“We were obviously all very upset about the letter,” Mahoney said, adding that law enforcement was contacted and the letter turned over to authorities. He said Smollett agreed to added on-set security, but didn’t want anyone following him home because he felt it was too intrusive.

Also Monday, security guard Anthony Moore said that around the time of the alleged assault, he saw a person on the ground at the end of the block and two men running, one of whom was white. Moore said he told police what he saw, but when he was later questioned by the special prosecutor he felt pressured to change his story. Moore testified that he signed a statement that said the person was “possibly” a Black man, but that he felt “pressure and threatened to put something out there that I didn’t see.”

Under cross-examination, Moore said he only saw the man for one to two seconds. He also said he thought the men were fooling around, and that the two men were laughing as they ran by him.

Smollett, 39, is charged with six counts of felony disorderly conduct for making what prosecutors say was a false police report about the alleged attack — one count for each time he gave a report — to three different officers. The class 4 felony carries a prison sentence of up to three years, but experts have said if Smollett is convicted he likely would be placed on probation and ordered to perform community service.

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