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Bluetti AC30 300Wh/300W Portable Power Station
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Great reviews and a real life saver during Blackouts, Power outages, Emergencies or use for camping etc.. Also uses newest Tesla type battery LiFePO4 !!! Last forever...

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kbenson asked this question on 02-24-2021 at 01:42 PM
02-26-2021 at 06:31 AM
IF you are asking about household 110V fridge - you need something like Jackery 1000 to withstand initial power surge. Also many people forget about defrosting heater which can take 500 to 800 Watt or more.

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Aside from the bundle, the AC30 for $199 is a great deal.
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Agree. Deal is horrible but power station itself is a good find. Another problem that they include anemic 40W wall adapter while station itself can receive 150W (8 hours charge time vs 2.5 hours)
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Also, be sure to check with your electric company and see if they offer any rebates for these.

As an example, Southern California Edison will give you a $50 rebate on purchases of a qualifying portable power station. This model isn't listed on their list of elgible products, but if you email them with the Amazon link and/or the specifications from Bluetti, they will add it to the list once they confirm it qualifies (which it should). I just went through this process with an Enginestar power station and although it took a little over a month, just got confirmation that the one I got qualifies and will be added to the list of elgible products.
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good price point for LiFePO4 battery... this brand seem pretty popular on Amazon and Youtube... although QC is hit or miss
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Aside from the bundle, the AC30 for $199 is a great deal.

What do you think of this one for the same price? https://www.amazon.com/Portable-R...en&sr=1-18
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Quote from soloma :
Agree. Deal is horrible but power station itself is a good find. Another problem that they include anemic 40W wall adapter while station itself can receive 150W (8 hours charge time vs 2.5 hours)

What do you think of this one for the same price? https://www.amazon.com/Portable-R...en&sr=1-18
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What do you think of this one for the same price? https://www.amazon.com/Portable-R...en&sr=1-18
Bluetti (Poweroak distributer) devices have a great reputation for reliability and is a solid reputable company. The linked device looks to be a good value based on the specs, but is unlikely to be built well and imo that company is likely to vanish in the near future.
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Bluetti (Poweroak distributer) devices have a great reputation for reliability and is a solid reputable company. The linked device looks to be a good value based on the specs, but is unlikely to be built well and imo that company is likely to vanish in the near future.

Thanks, appreciate your expertise.
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What do you think of this one for the same price? https://www.amazon.com/Portable-R...en&sr=1-18 [amazon.com]
Are you looking for cheap or best? Today two coupons popped for cheap and I see no (new) discounts for best. IMHO do not pay much attention to lifepo items - do you really expect to charge and recarge it 5 times a day every day?
Also you can do math yourself - if you see unit with $0.44 per 1 Wh its a great cheap deal. Best items usually cost $0.90-1.00 per 1 Wh (you see, twice the price). Mainstream is $0.60 per 1 Wh.
For me its very important to be able to recharge unit faster and only few (like 5-6) products can do it - you have to look for "simultaneous charge". For me its a deal-breaker to be able to recharge in 2-3 hours vs 8-10 hours.
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Are you looking for cheap or best? Today two coupons popped for cheap and I see no (new) discounts for best. IMHO do not pay much attention to lifepo items - do you really expect to charge and recarge it 5 times a day every day?
Also you can do math yourself - if you see unit with $0.44 per 1 Wh its a great cheap deal. Best items usually cost $0.90-1.00 per 1 Wh (you see, twice the price). Mainstream is $0.60 per 1 Wh.
For me its very important to be able to recharge unit faster and only few (like 5-6) products can do it - you have to look for "simultaneous charge". For me its a deal-breaker to be able to recharge in 2-3 hours vs 8-10 hours.

Thanks for the tips. What coupons popped up today?
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Thanks for the tips. What coupons popped up today?
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B08SBR1Y36/ and https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B08LK876KQ/
Basic cheap units with slow charge. its a $0.40-0.49 range
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any cheaper compatible solar panel for this power station?
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any cheaper compatible solar panel for this power station?
solid - https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B08VDF5C2P/ - they run out of stock for Amazon shipments and do only their own shipments.
flexible - https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07FNQH9R1/
porrtable - its quite expensive, usually $180 or more.
And why do you need solar panel anyway? It may take 2-3 DAYS to fully recharge this unit ​
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solid - https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B08VDF5C2P/ - they run out of stock for Amazon shipments and do only their own shipments.
flexible - https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07FNQH9R1/
porrtable - its quite expensive, usually $180 or more.
And why do you need solar panel anyway? It may take 2-3 DAYS to fully recharge this unit ​
is the website not accurate? It said with the 120w solar panel, its takes 4-5 hours to recharge.
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