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Anker Powerhouse 200 213Wh/57600mAh Portable Rechargeable Power Station EXPIRED

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Woot via Amazon has Anker Powerhouse 200 213Wh/57600mAh Portable Rechargeable Power Station for $169.99. Shipping is free.

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Key Features:
  • Power for mobile devices, emergency equipment, computers, and small appliances.
  • Hours of Power: Charge a MacBook Pro over 5 times, a phone over 12, or even run small appliances like mini-fridges for over 4 hours.
  • 1 DC Outlet (12V), 1 AC Outlet, 1 USB Power Delivery Port, and 2 High-Speed USB-A Charging Ports
  • Replenish PowerHouse's cell capacity via a USB-C Power Delivery car or wall charger, or an AC power adapter. Compatible with 5-22V DC output solar chargers (not included).
  • Includes 18-month warranty

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This is not a great deal. I just bought a Jackery (Same quality level) for the same price but has 240W/h. That was on a lighting deal. I would wait.
The larger model is not on sale but has a $100 coupon which brings it down to $299

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0899GZ...04YXHKRB4J
I bought one of these and it's with LifePO4 batteries so it should last 10 years...

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...UTF8&psc=1

$130

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The larger model is not on sale but has a $100 coupon which brings it down to $299

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0899GZ...04YXHKRB4J
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This is not a great deal. I just bought a Jackery (Same quality level) for the same price but has 240W/h. That was on a lighting deal. I would wait.
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This is not a great deal. I just bought a Jackery (Same quality level) for the same price but has 240W/h. That was on a lighting deal. I would wait.
I'm not sure I'd put anyone on par with Anker. I've got 1 jackery product that has done fine, but I'm pretty sure it's a rebadge. All my Anker products have blown away any competition.. by far.

I wish I had a better experience base to pull from for this, but I just wanna make sure you're giving proper credit to anker.

Case in point, I used a 10' anker micro usb cable in bed for nightly charging for 2-3 years, where all others lasted 7 days - 3 months. New phones went usb-c, new anker cables the last year or so.. both sets still perfect.

I do like my jackery 20k mah pack though.
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Seems as if LiFePO4 is the battery tech sought after.
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I bought one of these and it's with LifePO4 batteries so it should last 10 years...

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...UTF8&psc=1

$130
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I bought one of these and it's with LifePO4 batteries so it should last 10 years...

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...UTF8&psc=1 [amazon.com]

$130
And the 300wh Golabs is $100 off, bringing it to $199 which matches previous FP deal.
https://www.amazon.com/GOLABS-Por...b0INT&th=1
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I recently purchased this one. $30 more than this, but 40% more battery storage (96,000 mAh vs 57,600 mAh). Also, the one I'm posting has LiFePO4 batteries.
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...UTF8&psc=1
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This seems like an ok price. The golabs one is $30 more with ~299wh and lipo4 for 199 with coupon which seems like the everyday price. The milin just was on sale too 622wh for $275 lithium though.
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I have a gas generator for outage situation and thinking about going with one of these - but none battery model seem to provide more than 1000w for space heaters or water boilers. If I only use this to charge phones/laptops why not just power banks. Any insights?
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I have no idea which one is the best deal lol. So many recommendations and idk anything about wattage
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This seems like an ok price. The golabs one is $30 more with ~299wh and lipo4 for 199 with coupon which seems like the everyday price. The milin just was on sale too 622wh for $275 lithium though.
I have the golabs model you described and it really is great.
I haven't gotten to use the solar charging yet, but I have used it to power 120v LED lights (plug-in worklights become portable) as well as on a road trip for 12v refrigerator/cooler.
I'm looking forward to going to outdoor events this summer, and powering a cooler and oscillating fa, along with phone charging, will be nice.
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I have a gas generator for outage situation and thinking about going with one of these - but none battery model seem to provide more than 1000w for space heaters or water boilers. If I only use this to charge phones/laptops why not just power banks. Any insights?
Get a 12v marine battery and a minimum 2000 watt inverter. Provides vastly (2-3x) more power and can do small appliances.
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