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Duracell PowerSource 660 Costco $499

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$499 at Costco.
I don't know much about this item but seems to be $150 cheaper than anywhere else. Trying to find the solar panels in the description, but apparently it has a built in solar controller and can be charged by a 12v battery.
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Interesting. I was reading the reviews and for the price I think a Jackery 500 might be a better option for the money which is the same price. Also a good track record and respected vendor.

Slightly less WH but it seems the Duracell might not make it to the stated WH anyway.
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Interesting. I was reading the reviews and for the price I think a Jackery 500 might be a better option for the money which is the same price. Also a good track record and respected vendor.

Slightly less WH but it seems the Duracell might not make it to the stated WH anyway.
If possible - can u pls post the link of Jackery 500
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If possible - can u pls post the link of Jackery 500
Sure. Not sure if it will go through here or not but if not it's on jackery dot com under portable power station https://www.jackery.com/collectio...er-station
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If you have any power tool collections, there are power stations or inverters almost in each ecosystem. If you have several batteries in any system, it may be a better/cheaper way for the same function.
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If you have any power tool collections, there are power stations or inverters almost in each ecosystem. If you have several batteries in any system, it may be a better/cheaper way for the same function.
Agreed. I've done well with the 300w Ryobi inverter for their 40v batteries.
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Agreed. I've done well with the 300w Ryobi inverter for their 40v batteries.
this is 1600watts which is significantly more. It is a little pricey though.
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