Hey folks, I am hoping someone can help an electrical illiterate such as myself. I'm currently preparing a balikbayan box to be sent from the US to the Philippines, as I am in the process of building a modest home in Zamboanguita. As I am well aware of the brown-out problem, I was excited about possibly sending this Duracell 600W AC/DC and Solar rechargable "generator". Amazon.com: Duracell DPP-600HD Powerpack 600 Jump Starter & Emergency Power Source with Radio: Automotive At the bottom of the above link there are all the electrical specifications...but it all kinda looks Chinese to me. So my most immediate question is whether I can recharge this Duracell Power Source directly through a Philippines AC outlet? Most high tech gadgets nowadays like laptops have resolved the 110/240 discrepency, but what about this power source? Any ideas? I'm hoping things can work out with this Duracell as I like that it doesn't need fuel, produce fumes or is noisy. It seems good enough to have a fan, laptop and lights going for a few good hours during the brown outs. Also, it seems fairly easy to attach solar panels which I am looking into. Seems like others have been successful doing it and its fairly easy. Thanks!