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Goal Zero Yeti 150 Portable Power Station, 150Wh Small Generator Alternative with 12V, AC and USB Outputs
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- 168Wh lead acid battery portable power station can power up to 5 devices at once (14Ah @12V)
- Continuous 80W, 160W surge modified-sine wave inverter, 2.1A USB ports, 120W 12V ports
- Charge phones, tablets, cameras, tablets, and other small devices
- Recharges from AC, 12V or solar panels (sold separately)
- Designed and engineered by power station experts with a US-based customer service center
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Goal Zero Yeti 150 Portable Power Station
Reliable portable power to take outside, in the camper, to a picnic, or use during a power outage.
A small, all-in-one power bank designed to charge phones, tablets, small laptops, and more. It’s easily recharged by plugging into an outlet at home and pairs well with Goal Zero’s line of rugged solar panels for an on-the-go solution (solar panels sold separately).
Designed for charging smaller electronics like phones and tablets, the Goal Zero Yeti 150 features a 168 watt-hour (14Ah) sealed lead-acid battery and integrated outputs, capable of recharging up to 5 devices at once. Its 2.1A USB ports are ideal for recharging phones and tablets, while its 80W modified-sine wave AC inverter is perfect for smaller laptops and DSLR camera batteries, and its 12V ports are perfectly matched for low-power lights.
Charge It Anywhere
No matter where your adventures take you, charging up the Goal Zero Yeti 150 is quick and easy. At home, simply use the included AC charging cable with any standard wall plug to charge up the Goal Zero Yeti 150 in 6 hours. On the go, use one of Goal Zero’s monocrystalline solar panels* and juice up the Goal Zero Yeti from the power of the sun. Charging while on-the-road is easy with a 12V car charging cable*.
*solar panels and 12V adapter sold separately.
Yeti 150 Highlights
USB, AC and 12V Outputs
Up to 15 recharges on most phones, like iPhone and Android through the 2.1A USB port. Get 1 to 2 recharges on small laptops and up to 8 recharges on most DSLR camera batteries.
An ideal shape and size for traveling, fits perfectly in the backseat to keep power-hungry devices charged on long road trips. Lead-Acid batteries are safe for airline travel.
Optional Solar Recharging
On the go? The Goal Zero Yeti 150 pairs with Goal Zero’s solar panels (sold separately) to recharge from the sun. Trickle charge it from solar and use it at the same time. Using third-party solar panels will require an adapter.
Goal Zero Yeti 150 Portable Power Station: A small, 168 watt-hour power bank for charging phones, tablets, small laptops, and other personal electronics devices.
Power for Phones, Tablets, Small Laptops, and More: Up to 15 recharges on most phones, like iPhone and Android through the 2.1A USB port. Get 1 to 2 recharges on small laptops and up to 8 recharges on most DSLR camera batteries. Compatible with iPhone, Samsung, Dell laptops, and others. Not designed for charging Apple MacBook.
Gasoline-free Generator Alternative: The Goal Zero Yeti 150 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 at Home, in the Car, or Anywhere: Easily recharge from an AC outlet in about 6 hours, from a 12V outlet* in about 8 hours, or from a solar panel in up to 3 hours depending on solar conditions and the size of the solar panel*. Charge it and use it all at once with pass-through charging.
Unparalleled Power Station Expertise: We’ve 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
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Also, if you're buying this unit because you want to charge any device that's powered via USB, go buy a 20,000 mAH cell phone battery pack. You'll get more power and portability for a fraction of the cost. If you're buying this unit because you want to run something that requires a standard plug, please bear in mind that this unit is fairly weak and won't be able to power most items or any appliances. I think the max output is 10 Amps, i.e. very little, like basically a light bulb - not a fan, radio, air mattress pump or anything of that nature. I used it for low-wattage fluorescent bulbs and got only 3-4 hours... for one bulb. There are substantially better options out there if you need portable power. The only reason to consider this brand over any of the other portable power brands is if you want to be able to recharge the battery using the solar panel (sold separately). I never purchased the solar panel, so I cannot speak to it's efficacy or durability. It seems some competition is entering this space. I would strongly advise reading the reviews on other brands before making a purchasing decision.
1. Price. In terms of panels/ batteries the this is the pricy solution. What it excels at is portability and simplicity, but if price is an issue Harbor Freight kits are the better way to go.
2. Limitations. I did try to inflate one mattress with the cigarette lighter adapter, and I tried to use the system as a UPS for my tv at home. In both applications the system threw an immediate red fault light saying the power draw was too great. So a. The cranking amperage is low. And b. The system faults safely with am easy reset.
Finally the system says you need to keep it plugged in when not in use too preserve the battery. I use it as an UPS for my CPAP now. All in all, if it lasts 2-3 years ill be very happy with my purchase.