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GOLABS Portable Power Station, 299Wh LiFePO4 Battery Backup, PD 60W Type-C Quick Charge, 300W Pure Sine Wave AC Outlet

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Seems to be the going rate on this one. I purchased in Feb at this price and deal came back again in March. I like the unit so far so good. Lasted almost 7hours on AC for my CPAP ymmv of course. DC adapter should do real well with it.
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I saw lots of other people asking what you would use this for in previous threads. Here's my comment copied and pasted.

My partner has been working from home since covid hit, using a 27" iMac. With a solar panel + the golabs 300wh battery, I can power the iMac for a full 8 hour work day. We keep it on low brightness, and obviously on overcast days this isn't an option. But as of now, she is working from home on almost 100% renewable energy. The best part? I didn't even purchase the battery for that purpose, so it's a win win. I have used it mostly for camping and extended road trips where we camp with vehicles off up in the mountains.
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I saw lots of other people asking what you would use this for in previous threads. Here's my comment copied and pasted.

My partner has been working from home since covid hit, using a 27" iMac. With a solar panel + the golabs 300wh battery, I can power the iMac for a full 8 hour work day. We keep it on low brightness, and obviously on overcast days this isn't an option. But as of now, she is working from home on almost 100% renewable energy. The best part? I didn't even purchase the battery for that purpose, so it's a win win. I have used it mostly for camping and extended road trips where we camp with vehicles off up in the mountains.
What solar panel do you use?
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What solar panel do you use?
100w renogy panel, very popular on Amazon. The golabs can only take max 60w watts input though, just fyi.
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100w renogy panel, very popular on Amazon. The golabs can only take max 60w watts input though, just fyi.
So what are you looking at when buying solar panel for this? Watt? Amp? Voltage?
Is it this one Renogy https://smile.amazon.com/dp/B07GF...BGTEW5YT1V ? How long does it take to fully charge your golabs? Thanks. Im new to solar panel and want to know some real life number
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Here's another option but it uses the inferior Lithium Ion batteries
$203 after clipping coupon and applying promo code DFJIQQQU at checkout.
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07YWWVRWD/

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IxGiRh62Dsg
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Here's another option but it uses the inferior Lithium Ion batteries
$203 after clipping coupon and applying promo code DFJIQQQU at checkout.
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07YWWVRWD/

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IxGiRh62Dsg
Why will you go with that "inferior" option ?
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this is a much better deal than the ANKER front page one. You get more capacity and much better battery chemistry of LiFePO4
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So what are you looking at when buying solar panel for this? Watt? Amp? Voltage?
Is it this one Renogy https://smile.amazon.com/dp/B07GF...BGTEW5YT1V ? How long does it take to fully charge your golabs? Thanks. Im new to solar panel and want to know some real life number
This Golab will take 5 to 22 volt.
Watts = Amps * Volts
100 watts / 12v solar panel should work perfectly, check locally cheaper than online.
In Los Angeles area they sell for $60
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This Golab will take 5 to 22 volt.
Watts = Amps * Volts
100 watts / 12v solar panel should work perfectly, check locally cheaper than online.
In Los Angeles area they sell for $60
So with one 100 watt/ 12v solar panel, how long it take to charge this 300wh from 0-100%
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So with one 100 watt/ 12v solar panel, how long it take to charge this 300wh from 0-100%
5-6 assuming constant sunlight.
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So with one 100 watt/ 12v solar panel, how long it take to charge this 300wh from 0-100%
How much sun do you got ?
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Why will you go with that "inferior" option ?
I wouldn't personally, just giving people options for reference and research purposes.
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How much sun do you got ?
California sun, probably strongest from 9-5
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