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Anker Portable Power Station Powerhouse ($100 off) $359.99

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I've been on the market for one of these and a 12v fridge for car camping.
I came across this deal today.

Use code ANKER1730 at checkout.

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0899GZ3WR

I wasn't expecting this to blow up so much.
So let me add the specs.

The specs for this unit are:

Specs:
Cell Capacity: 108,000mAh
Rated Capacity: 27,000mAh 14.4V/388.8Wh
Weight: 4.62 kg / 10.2 lbs
Size: 255 × 148 × 139 mm / 10 × 5.8 × 5.5 in
Operating Temperature: 32°F-104°F / 0°C-40°C
Ambient Temperature: 32°F-104°F / 0°C-40°C
Output:
AC (Pure Sine Wave): 110V~ 2.72A, 50Hz / 60Hz, 300W
USB-A: 5V 7.2A (2.4A Max Per Port)
USB-C: 5V 3A / 9V 3A /15V 3A / 20V 3A (60W Max)
Car Socket + 5.5 mm DC: 12V 10A (120W Max)

Input:
DC Input: 11-28V 5.5A (65W Max) USB-C Input: 5V 3A/9V 3A/15V 3A/20V 3A (60W Max)
USB-C 60W + 65W DC Input: 125W Max (USB-C Charger not included)

- The max power output of the AC port is 300W. If you use the AC port for devices greater than 300W, PowerHouse will automatically turn off.

-The DC input port supports recharging via solar panels, so now you can recharge PowerHouse directly via sunlight and take your next camping trip truly off-grid. Supports maximum power point tracking (MPPT) for more efficient power transfer.

-60W USB-C port equipped with our exclusive PowerIQ 3.0 technology to charge mobile devices at high speed.
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Any suggestion on camping fridge and solar panel that can go with this?
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Google some DIY solar power banks. They are not as pretty as this but a lot cheaper if you buy the components and put them in/on a box yourself.
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Google some DIY solar power banks. They are not as pretty as this but a lot cheaper if you buy the components and put them in/on a box yourself.
No nearly as portable either, plus many people like turn-key. If you are looking for something semi-stationary then you are right, you can get a much better bang for your buck with something DIY and may fit your needs better.
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Built mine for $50 or so less at 450wh usable. This is definitely prettier though. Runs my dometic 12v fridge for 2-3 days at 37 degrees
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Built mine for $50 or so less at 450wh usable. This is definitely prettier though. Runs my dometic 12v fridge for 2-3 days at 37 degrees
So....care to share what components/parts you used?
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Built mine for $50 or so less at 450wh usable. This is definitely prettier though. Runs my dometic 12v fridge for 2-3 days at 37 degrees
how did you DIY a battery at 450wh for $50? the batteries and BMS alone are way more expensive then that.
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how did you DIY a battery at 450wh for $50? the batteries and BMS alone are way more expensive then that.
I read it that way at first too...but it says $50 or so less than post price.
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how did you DIY a battery at 450wh for $50? the batteries and BMS alone are way more expensive then that.
Sorry, $50 less than this price piecing it together based around a power sonic lifepo4 pack in a pelican case. Only difference is I have a 150 watt on board inverter but if I need more I do it external.
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I recently built a solar station. Cost me $1,400, but it does not work. It did for about 25 min. All that deer meat gone!
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This is $260 (today with $30 off coupon code) for the same Watt Hours:

Portable Camping Generator, 330W/78000mAh Portable Power Station, CPAP Battery Power Supply,Solar Generator with110V AC, 12V/10A DC,QC3.0 &TypeC, Wireless Charger,SOS Light for Travel Home Emergency https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07VL7X...zFb063WPEN
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Wow had no idea these got so pricey! At the retail cost of $460 Id rather wait for a deal on a Honda E2200 generator for $900. Seems to me that would be a better investment.
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Wow had no idea these got so pricey! At the retail cost of $460 Id rather wait for a deal on a Honda E2200 generator for $900. Seems to me that would be a better investment.
This is a pretty large battery. This will provide almost silent operation and isn't going to use gas. Depending on your needs these "powerhouses" are the better buy, IIRC the batteries are replaceable if they eventually go bad.
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This isn't a great deal. Didn't give it a thumbs down, but it's really too pricey. I own several power banks like this and have never paid more than $50 per hundred watt hour, so a 500 watt hour power bank should be around $250. That's the sweet spot right now for a really good deal.
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