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Re: Any recommendations / experiences with Gold Zero Yeti Power Stations?

Any recommendations / experiences with Gold Zero Yeti Power Stations?  

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Power station is awesome. It is nice to have a plug and play powerstation with an integrated charge controler and inverter. It's durable and easy to transport.  Ofcourse the bigger you get the heavier it is. I can't speak for the solar panels... that is my next purchase.  I am not sure what your power needs are, but I recommend this product line.

I’m definitely a Goal Zero fan.  Yeti 1250 can be chained for longer power needs for power hog equipment like a refrigerator when your power goes out.  Also have the Sherpa 100 & Sherpa 75.  Do your research and understand before buying to ensure your expectations are met.  Solar charging can be slow if panels aren’t in a full sun area for the full recharging of your Goal Zero anything 

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I have a Yeti 150, handful of flip chargers, and some string lights... love them all.  What's the question?

Just trying get get a sense of durability and quality.

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Power station is awesome. It is nice to have a plug and play powerstation with an integrated charge controler and inverter. It's durable and easy to transport.  Ofcourse the bigger you get the heavier it is. I can't speak for the solar panels... that is my next purchase.  I am not sure what your power needs are, but I recommend this product line.

Thanks!

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I’m definitely a Goal Zero fan.  Yeti 1250 can be chained for longer power needs for power hog equipment like a refrigerator when your power goes out.  Also have the Sherpa 100 & Sherpa 75.  Do your research and understand before buying to ensure your expectations are met.  Solar charging can be slow if panels aren’t in a full sun area for the full recharging of your Goal Zero anything