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Anker Portable Power Station, 300W/388.8Wh, 110V AC Outlet/60W USB-C Power Delivery Solar Generator $279.99 AC + FSSS

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Anker Portable Power Station, 300W/388.8Wh, 110V AC Outlet/60W USB-C Power Delivery Solar Generator $279.99
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I picked this up on one of the previous deals when it was $299. We've used it a couple times for longer roadtrips and picnics and it did pretty well. Not a ton of battery life, but it is pretty compact and got the job done. I was happy to get at $299 so this price is a nice bonus.
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This versus Jackery?
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Seems meh even with the coupon. The big differentiator would be whether the 12V is regulated, which means it can sustain that level of output throughout the charge range. However, for $299 you can get a Jackery Explorer 300 that has this regulated output. For $199, you can get a Golabs R300, which has a LiFePO4 battery (much longer life) and shouldn't have 12V output regulation issues due to the nation of the battery type.

Anker does have the advantage of PD 60W. Golabs has that as well, but it is a lesser known brand.
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Not a direct comparison (obvious difference is 252 Wh instead of 388 on this unit), but for at least another option to consider:

RAVPower still has their Portable Power Station on sale with coupon code POWER187 for $189+tax w/ Free Shipping. I picked this up last year for the same price and it seems to be a decent unit. I did have it powering a small sound board and 100W speaker amp at the same time using the A/C ports with no issues. I haven't used it for a long-term run yet, though.

https://www.ravpower.com/products...er-station
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Anker products have never let me down (with the exception of a 5 port charger after almost a decade of use). I have this battery and it's great for work-from-the-park with a solar panel.
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Quote from evens0ng :
Seems meh even with the coupon. The big differentiator would be whether the 12V is regulated, which means it can sustain that level of output throughout the charge range. However, for $299 you can get a Jackery Explorer 300 that has this regulated output. For $199, you can get a Golabs R300, which has a LiFePO4 battery (much longer life) and shouldn't have 12V output regulation issues due to the nation of the battery type.

Anker does have the advantage of PD 60W. Golabs has that as well, but it is a lesser known brand.
What makes you think this model has 12v regulation problems? It states that it has Pure Sine wave" output is that not the same thing? AC (Pure Sine Wave): 110V~ 2.72A, 50Hz / 60Hz, 300W USB-A: 5V 7.2A (2.4A Max Per Port).

I just got the Jackery 240 on a lightning deal for $169, it's about half the capacity that this one is and it also has the same "pure sine wave" claim and it works great powering a laptop and TV at the same time.

Anker makes great products so I would assume this has all the bells and whistles that Jackery and the other popular brands have.

The price seems good, it has had that $100 coupon at amazon for quite a while like most of the other power stations, but it lists on Anker's site at $399, so it is at best $130 bucks off, but about $30 bucks off it's recent pricing, which is still a good deal.
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I'd would rather have 6 power banks (maybe 8) than this thing.
I would cost half the price, and take up way less space.
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