|Item Weight||103 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||16 x 14.5 x 11.5 inches|
|Item model number||31901|
|Batteries||1 Nonstandard Battery batteries required. (included)|
|Manufacturer Part Number||31901|
Goal Zero Yeti 1250 Portable Power Station with Roll Cart, 1200Wh Chainable Home Battery Backup Generator Alternative with 12V, AC, USB and Anderson Power Pole Outputs
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- 1250Wh lead acid battery portable power station can power up to 10 devices at once (100Ah @ 12V)
- Continuous 1200W, 1500W surge pure-sine wave inverter, 2.1A USB ports, 120W 12V ports
- Charge phones, tablets, laptops, cameras, drones, and more. Provides backup emergency power for appliances, lights, and most household devices.
- Chainable with other 100Ah lead acid batteries for longer runtimes
- Recharges from AC or pair with a solar panel (sold separately). No noise, no fumes, no maintenance
- Designed and engineered by power station experts with a US-based customer service center
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Goal Zero Yeti 1250 Portable Power Station:
A high-capacity battery powered generator alternative is a rechargeable power source for appliances, personal electronics, medical devices, and more.
Power for Fridges, Freezers, CPAPs, Lights, Electronics and More:
Features 1250 watt-hour (100Ah) capacity and versatile outputs (2.1A USB, 1200W AC and 12V) for charging/powering up to 10 devices at once. Ideal for short power outages and capable of extending runtimes through optional chaining.
Pure-Sine Wave AC Inverter:
Not all inverters are created equally. The Goal Zero Yeti 1250 features a pure-sine wave inverter that provides clean power necessary for running sensitive devices like power tools and laptops and is rated for 1200W continuously with a 1500W surge capability.
Gas-Free, Noise-Free, Fume-Free Generator Alternative Power Source:
The Goal Zero Yeti 1250 stores energy in a rechargeable, 12V lead-acid battery and operates without fumes or noise for safe, silent, clean way to power up your devices anywhere.
Recharge From the Wall, Car, or Sun:
Easily recharge from an AC outlet in about 18 hours with included charging cable, from a 12V outlet* in about 44 hours, or from a solar panel in up to 6 hours depending on solar conditions and the size of the solar panel*. Works with third-party solar panels, adapters sold separately.
Unparalleled Power Station Expertise:
We have been powering people all over the world, from the Congo to Antarctica, Alaska to Florida. Our expertise goes beyond just USB, we understand what it takes to make rugged, dependable power stations with a variety of sophisticated outputs that will work when and where you need them.
US Based Solutions Center Team:
Our friendly customer service team is located onsite in at our headquarters in Utah. These power experts are knowledgeable and easy to reach by phone, email, or online chat.
*12V Car Charger and solar panels sold separately
From the manufacturer
Goal Zero Yeti 1250 Portable Power Station
An all-in-one power station, the Goal Zero Yeti 1250 provides power at the push of a button, anytime, anywhere. It functions as an alternative to a portable inverter generator, without the noise, fumes, and maintenance costs that come with a gasoline generator. From phones to fridges and everything in between, power it all from a clean, quiet, Goal Zero Yeti 1250.
Versatile, Instant Power for Everyday and Emergency Use
The Goal Zero Yeti 1250 is an all-in-one power station, with a 1200Wh (100Ah) capacity and an integrated 1200W pure-sine wave inverter, comparable to an portable inverter generator but without the noise, gas, and fumes. It features multiple AC, 12V and USB ports, providing versatile power for phones, tablets, lights, appliances, and more. The Goal Zero Yeti 1250 works right out of the box and turns on with the push of a button, not the pull of a cord, so it’s easy for everyone to use.
Rechargeable, Replaceable Battery.
The Goal Zero Yeti 1250 gets its power from a 100Ah sealed lead-acid battery that is easily rechargeable and user replaceable. It recharges multiple ways: in 18 hours plugged into the wall, in as little as 6 hours with solar panels*, and trickle charges from a 12V source*. With Goal Zero’s unique pass-through power, you can recharge the Goal Zero Yeti and use it at the same time.
*solar panels and 12V charger sold separately
Yeti 1250 Highlights
An Emergency Power Supply
A handy and reliable tool for any situation, the Goal Zero Yeti 1250 can run appliances in your home, recharge essential electronics, and power medical devices during short power outages. Stores easily in a pantry, garage, closet, or kitchen.
Extend Runtimes with Easy Chaining System
Need more power? No problem. Goal Zero’s modular design allows you to chain multiple 100Ah 12V batteries for longer runtimes. Much easier than finding gasoline during a multi-day power outage. Chaining cables sold separately.
Enhanced Display + Roll Cart
Know how much power is coming in and going out with a quick glance. Also includes an easy-to-read battery level indicator. Weighing in at just over 100lbs, the Goal Zero Yeti 1250 comes with a roll cart, including a handle and wheels for easier moving.
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The "generator"/battery pack is really heavy (103 lbs.!), so having the cart is a must to move this thing around. It has a lot of plug-in options...and it is totally quiet and it's super easy to use. This was the perfect fit for someone like me who is relatively new to solar power!
I wasn't sure how soon I would get to put my new Yeti to the test, but my electricity has gone out 3 times since it arrived (the joys of living in the country)! After it had been fully charged, I plugged in a table lamp, the Goal Zero "Light-A-Life" LED light (which I've had for several years and I love!), an iPad and a laptop and left them all on non-stop w/out using the solar panels...and after 24 hours it only had 20% remaining (then when the power came back on, as recommended, I plugged the unit back into the wall outlet to avoid totally draining it). That wasn't very impressive, but the next power outage was for 30 hrs. and I was able to run my entire home office while recharging with the solar packs (it was a sunny day) and it never dropped below 60%. I haven't tried hooking up other high wattage appliances yet, so I will re-post once I've tested them.
I used to have a Generac 15,000 watt whole-house gas generator, which never worked right/wouldn't start most of the time, so (after much deliberation) I used the refund money to buy the Goal Zero Yeti 1250. The downside to the Yeti, of course, is that I can't run everything in the house like I could with the Generac (on those rare occasions that it would actually start). The other downside is all of the extension cords snaking across the house because you have to place the Yeti close to the solar panels as the cables aren't very long. However, in comparing the two, the initial cost of the Generac was $2499 (plus $300 for the warranty), which was comparable to the Yeti 1250 and 4 solar panels. But, I also have to factor in an average cost of $100/day in gasoline to run the entire house with the Generac...not to mention it was so noisy that it drove me nuts after several hours. I love that I can get free power from the sun, and, thankfully, it is rare to lose power for more than 48 hrs. where I live, and the Yeti runs the critical items in my house.
On a side note, I purchased the Goal Zero Escape 150 several years ago (I believe this has been replaced with the Yeti 150) and this little thing is awesome too! It weighs around 13 lbs. and is perfect for camping. The kids can watch their favorite movies in the tent on the DVD player and run the LED "Light-A-Life" lamp all night on one charge! But, the reason I'm mentioning this is it uses the 15 solar panels (I have 2)...which can NOT be chained with the 30 panels like I was told by a Goal Zero rep...and I cannot recharge the Escape 150 with the 30 panels either. In looking at their website, it appears the Yeti 150 now uses the 20 Nomad solar panels. Just something to consider if you happen to own more than one of their products...
Lastly, I would recommend checking out several websites before purchasing. The Yeti 1250 costs $1599.99 on the Goal Zero website; and Amazon.com has several different options that are cheaper ($1399 for the generator alone). I chose to piece together my order on Amazon.com where I bought the Yeti then purchased the 4 solar panels separately and saved hundreds of dollars.
Overall, I have been very pleased with this company and have reached out to their customer service dept. numerous times over the years. Their reps are knowledgeable and very helpful...and they are quick to replace any malfunctioning parts (often for free!). I hope this feedback helps! :)