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GOLABS Portable Power Station, 299Wh LiFePO4 Battery Backup $199.98

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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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Is this the only brand that uses Lifepo4? Anyone know what anker and jackets use?
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Got from amazon and have Good features, but cheap materials made. The LCD is broken on my second day with first time use it..please check review very careful before buy it
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Is this the only brand that uses Lifepo4? Anyone know what anker and jackets use?
Don't know about Jacket but Anker does have some lifepo4 models.
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Took this on a weekend camping trip in the Florida Keys. Worked very well for us running fans all night and charging electronics. Woke up at around 20% charge remaining after running 3 fans in a tent all night and would recharge at about 58 watts using a 100W solar panel. Was able to fully recharge by mid-afternoon in full sun.

Was able to use the device while charging on the solar panel. The only port that did not work while recharging was the PD port.

Overall I am pleased with this purchase considering the price. The extra reserve of a 500wh unit would have been nice. But considering these batteries should last longer it will even out in the long run.
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Just received mine the other day. The led light in the back is bright!
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Quote from Champcar :
Took this on a weekend camping trip in the Florida Keys. Worked very well for us running fans all night and charging electronics. Woke up at around 20% charge remaining after running 3 fans in a tent all night and would recharge at about 58 watts using a 100W solar panel. Was able to fully recharge by mid-afternoon in full sun.

Was able to use the device while charging on the solar panel. The only port that did not work while recharging was the PD port.

Overall I am pleased with this purchase considering the price. The extra reserve of a 500wh unit would have been nice. But considering these batteries should last longer it will even out in the long run.
Can it be recharged with a car's DC cigarette adapter? There is a Bluetti station LiFePo4 but it cannot be recharged with a car's DC port. BLUETTI Portable Power Station AC30 300Wh Solar Generator w/2 AC Outlet 110V 300W Pure Sine Wave DC 12V /USB/Type-C Backup Battery Power Supply for Home,Travel,Camping,Emergency https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08MZQ1...UTF8&psc=1
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Have one of these got it on the last deal .. works great for running my 12v refrigerator. Was able to use it while charging it almost like a ups ..

Was able to charge from pd port and any other input as well !
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Can this be left plugged in for charging ? I would like to buy one for emergencies.
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Inputs:
DC input: 5.5*2.1mm
AC wall socket (45W);
Car charger (12V);
Solar panel charge;
PD 60W input

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Can it be recharged with a car's DC cigarette adapter? There is a Bluetti station LiFePo4 but it cannot be recharged with a car's DC port. BLUETTI Portable Power Station AC30 300Wh Solar Generator w/2 AC Outlet 110V 300W Pure Sine Wave DC 12V /USB/Type-C Backup Battery Power Supply for Home,Travel,Camping,Emergency https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08MZQ1...UTF8&psc=1
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I have this and I use a 120w foldable panel plugged into the PD 60w. Chargers fast. 0-100 in about 4-5 hours. As long as you are readjusting the panels to face the sun and get 100% of those rays.
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Got from amazon and have Good features, but cheap materials made. The LCD is broken on my second day with first time use it..please check review very careful before buy it
Bluetti uses lifepo, but I ordered a battery a month ago and haven't heard anything.
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I just bought the smaller version of this https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...UTF8&psc=1
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tempted to get this. Missed the jackery 240 sale yesterday
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How does this compare to the Bluetti AC30 on sale for the same price?
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Quote from el31415 :
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
Like, a local hardware store or something? Where can I get one at that price?
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