Winter Storm Ezekiel Wreaks Havoc Across U.S.; 4Patriots LLC Recommends Owning a Solar-Powered Generator

A storm that began on the West Coast and ended on the East Coast knocked out power for hundreds of thousands of homes and businesses. 4Patriots LLC suggests owning a solar-powered generator.

Nashville, TN , United States - December 6, 2019 /MarketersMedia/ —

Just before Thanksgiving, winter storm Ezekiel entered the U.S. on the West Coast, striking northern California and southern Oregon as a bomb cyclone. Then it traveled east across the West, the Plains and the upper Midwest to the Northeast.

Once on the East Coast, it dumped large amounts of snow in New York and several other states. Before it was over, the storm caused seven deaths, and hundreds of thousands of homes and businesses across the country lost power, according to USA Today and other media outlets.

“Ezekiel was just the first major snowstorm of the season in the Northeast,” said Allen Baler, Partner at 4Patriots LLC. “I think it’s safe to say there will be plenty more there and in many other parts of the country before spring comes around.

“The common denominator in almost every storm is power outages. Food spoils, homes get too cold or too hot, and it becomes much more challenging for people to gain information about the outage and how long it’s expected to last. Those who are dependent upon electricity for their medical needs are especially concerned when they don’t have a generator.”

On the other hand, those who keep a fully-charged generator in their homes are the ones most prepared to deal with blackouts. They also experience peace of mind in the storm because they know they’ll be able to keep lights on and food fresh.

Baler’s company provides a variety of products that help people become more self-reliant and independent.

One of them is the Patriot Power Generator 1800 , a portable, solar-powered generator designed to provide electricity for important devices and equipment during a power outage or disaster situation.

It can produce more than 3,000 peak watts of clean, quiet, renewable power and comes with an integrated 1,800-watt inverter / 768Wh lithium-iron battery; a 100-watt, commercial grade folding solar panel; and a 25-foot long extension cord.

The Patriot Power Generator 1800 is perfect for people looking for ways to protect themselves and their families from the results of power outages. It weighs only 40 pounds, so it’s small enough to take anywhere and store discreetly, and one can daisy-chain additional solar panels for even more power and faster charging. This generator operates quietly and produces no emissions.

The durable, state-of-the-art, lithium-iron-phosphate battery Patriot Power Generator 1800 is rated for 2,500-plus lifecycles and holds a full battery charge for up to one year. It can be charged by the solar panel, by plugging into a normal 120V AC wall outlet or by a wind turbine.

Those who purchase the Patriot Power Generator 1800 receive 10 complimentary bonuses, including:

A 72-Hour Survival Food Kit. This emergency food kit from 4Patriots is packed in airtight packaging that’s rated for 25 years of storage.

Patriot Pure Personal Water Filter. This advanced water filter removes 99.999 percent of waterborne bacteria and parasites, and provides the user with crystal-clear, life-giving water when no clean drinking water is available.

“Top 7 Reasons Why the Grid Will Fail” Report. Learn exactly why the power grid is teetering on total collapse, and how to avoid the aftermath when it does.

“The Blackout Response Guide” Report. Find out what to expect when a blackout hits, plus what to do beforehand to be prepared, as well as during and after.

“The Complete Power Failure Preparation Checklist” Report. This list includes everything needed to survive a disaster situation.

“The 3 Hidden Dangers of the Smart Grid” Report. Learn what is not being communicated regarding the dangers of smart meters.

The Patriot Power Generator 1800 from 4Patriots LLC keeps lights on for homes after a blackout. This portable solar-powered generator features a lithium-iron-phosphate battery and is rated for 2,500-plus lifecycles, and comes with a 365-day, 100 percent money-back guarantee. Owning it means being prepared no matter what happens to America’s vulnerable electrical grid.

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