A plug and play generator for emergencies, camping, or wherever you need power. The Goal Zero Yeti 150 Solar Generator is a gas free source of portable power to keep lights, phones and laptops powered on through any situation. It’s your portable mini powerhouse.
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55 of 61 people found the following review helpful.
Was skeptical, but now I love it
By J. Kar
So I was skeptical at first. Was this going to last? Is it going to be enough? When I first unboxed it and plugged in to charge (no less than 10 warnings about charging on/in/all over the box) the wall charger made an annoying hum. Actually it was super annoying, I could hear it clear across the house. Quick email to customer service and they sent another one. That was re-assuring that they would stand behind this. The noisy charger did its job though and I have since recycled it. Now, for the real test, will it charge my other devices like advertised. The answer is YES! I can’t comment on if it will do an iPad 6 times like they claim, but it has charged my iPad (new with Retina) twice along with running a 12v fan for 4 hours (.75Ah draw) and still had some in the bank. I don’t know how accurate the LCD on the front it, but it showed 20%. I will be running this through a bunch of tests in two weeks when I go offshore and will have more then. For now, it is pretty solid even if it is on the pricey end. However with everything they have packed in (12v cigarette plug, 12v plug, USB, 120 inverter) and the solid feel, this is definitely a winner if you need a “wall outlet” away from civilization.
38 of 42 people found the following review helpful.
More useful than we first imagined
This unit was originally purchased to power a C-Pap machine on our camping trips where we don’t have a power hook up. What we didn’t realize is that when it is not being used for the C-Pap machine we use it to charge our cell phones, camera batteries, play our music with our cell phones and Pandora. We typically charge it during the day either by power or with a solar charger so it is always full to provide all the power we need. When we cant charge it in between, we have found the C-Pap machine can run for at least 3 nights (8 hours each) of power. This is a must piece of equipment for anyone in their own camper or car when travelling. We feel it is too heavy to pack in a suitcase to take on a cruise or a plane.We also found Goal Zero tech support to be very helpful in answering our questions about how it works best, what gets the most power from the unit and which solar unit works well with the Yeti 150. We highly recommend this product
25 of 32 people found the following review helpful.
This little box is great for charging cell phones, running a USB fan in the tent and juicing up your iPad/Surface overnight. Just make sure to use a Nomad 27 or something close to 30watt to charge it during the day
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