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  • Plug into a solar panel and place in the sun; takes roughly 26- 52 hrs. to charge with the Nomad 13 solar panel; 11 - 22 hrs. to charge with the Boulder 30 (sold separately)
  • Two other ways to charge Yeti 150: from the wall (takes about 6 hrs.) or from your car using 12V port (takes about 8 hrs.)
  • Common devices that Yeti 150 powers include laptops, tablets, lights, C-PAP machines, smartphones, cameras, e-readers, MP3 players and personal gaming devices
  • Portable wall outlet powers laptops, lights and smartphones anywhere
  • Easy to carry with the convenient pop-up handle
  • Lead acid battery features 168 watt-hours (12V, 14Ah) capacity, hundreds of cycles, 3-month shelf life, no fuses and built-in charging/low-battery protection
  • Generator operates in temperatures ranging from 32° to 104° F (0° to 40° C)
  • The Goal Zero Yeti 150 solar power generator offers the following approximate power: 12V light (50 hrs.); smartphone (15 recharges); tablet (6 recharges); laptop (2 recharges)

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Specs

Best Use Camping
Material(s) Plastic
Dimensions 7.75 x 6.75 x 5.75 inches
Weight 12 pounds
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Underpowered Just got one of these yesterday for an upcoming trip to Canada and am extremely disappointed. I bought it for the sole purpose of recharging my GoPro batteries during this 10 day trip. I drained all my GoPro batteries and it is on its last 20% after only charging 7 batteries and I will probably get 9 or 10 charges out of it, they claim 25!!! I am thoroughly disappointed that I spent $200 for this when I could have got a $40 portable usb charger with 20,000 mAH and got more charges than this thing while saving a ton of weight and bulk. And it also took 2.5 hours to charge a battery, slower than the outlet but that is expected.
Date published: 2014-05-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from An Adventure Necessity! I've been using the Goal Zero Yeti 150 kit for the last four months while bike touring around the US. As someone who works online it is absolutely necessary that I have access to electricity and kit fulfills all my needs. The battery holds enough power for me and the panel is a great way to keep the battery (or my phone) charged up. This, quite literally, helps me live the life I want to live. I've got a couple years left of my tour and I trust that Goal Zero's product will keep me connected.
Date published: 2015-09-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great products from Goal Zero This really should be a multiple Goal Zero review... I have 2 15 W panels, a 6.5 folding panel, and a 3.5 folding panel , a Yeti 150, a guide 10 and a switch 8' 2 light a life's as well as a small fan no longer offered. I use the folding panels to keep my I phone topped off in the car, the Yeti 150 to keep tablets and phone charged in our mountain cabin, the 15 watt panels to keep the Yeti charged. The light a life's have been great for power outages or for night fun on the patio in the the summer months. The small fan is great in my tent while camping when the air is still, or for a bit of breeze reading a book on the deck. Every bit of kit is well made, and performs better than first imagined.
Date published: 2014-04-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent Product I bought this device last October and have used it several times since then. I love the product! It does exactly what it says it will do, can't ask for more than that! Be aware the product is heavier than it looks, so pay attention to the specified weight if that's a concern for you. It's very simple to maintain, charges well with my Nomad 20 panel and charges iPads and iPhones with ease. I do want to say something about customer service: the first Yeti 150 I received was defective. It wouldn't hold a charge no matter what I did. I emailed customer support and they we're on it right away! I received my new Yeti promptly, paid nothing for the return of the defective unit and have been a satisfied user since! This company stands by their products, so purchase with confidence!
Date published: 2014-04-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great product and addition to my first Buy I hose to purchase this yeti package because of reviews from other. Since received I have cycled this a dozen times by running home lights, computers and a small server. Life expectancy was better that expected and the product is very functional as well has the cool factor. I have a small cabin in the mountains and lost power for the night and this little package allowed me to use my phone and ipad and recharge multiple times. The one thing you will need is some sort of case or container that can attach the charging cords to prevent potential loss. I will be adding to my Goal Zero tool kit and will continue to do so.
Date published: 2014-04-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Amazing piece of tech. I am using it as a power source to my hamradio operations. I have a FT817nd from Yaesu. It is a low power radio (5w output RF). It consumes 12.4V and 2amps from the Yeti 150 on transmitting and 12.4V and 0.4amps on stand-by/listening. It gives about 7 hours of constant operation. The Nomad 13 is used to charge it when I am not using it. I place it at the window next to my radio table. It was the best aquisition I made on the last years. No regrets... just fun. Even with low light, the Nomad 13 panel charge the YETI.
Date published: 2013-10-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great little charger... My cabin is off grid. This is a great little charger. All my Goal Zero products stay fully charged, in addition to 3 LED flashlights. I have a 100 watt panel feeding the 150, which stays fully charged, even after heavy use. Small, compact and functional...
Date published: 2016-03-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Versatile Solar Generator The Yeti 150 has been the one product that has at one point probably powered everything I take on a trip. My cell phone, camera, laptop, batteries all have been powered by this versatile solar generator. Whether I am in a tent in remote Russia or on a snow covered beach in Iceland the Yeti 150 has been there and helped power all my camera equipment. There have been many times I will be on a trip with little access to any power source and will have to rely solely on the Yeti 150 to keep my equipment charged. It has really allowed me to continue to shoot images in places that I regularly wouldn't be able to continue to charge gear and other equipment. It is an Goal Zero product that once you have used and had access to power at all times it is hard to ever go back to working without it.
Date published: 2013-06-11
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I have a new ResMed AirSense 10 cpap machine and want to go on a 5 day Houseboat 77 ft. trip. If I charge this during the day with the on board generator how long will my unit be powered at night with this generator. 

Asked by: NardaSue
I use a Goal Zero 150 older model, I just replaced the battery and I can only get about 5-6 hours with my cpap machine while camping. I need to keep it plugged in during the day, I usually ask the park rangers for their office power. Without that it only lasts a few hours.  It's a pain and the solar panel is useless. It's too slow even with the Nomad 30.  It's needs to maintain my cpap machine and cellphones for 8-9 hours, and it doesn't even with a new battery. 
Answered by: Campdude
Date published: 2017-05-26

Is it waterproof for outdoor use? Storing inside our camper, but outside when charging with panels. Will it work with the boulder 50 panel? I saw that it has more output than boulder 30 and is cheaper. What would be the full charge time with 50 panel?

Asked by: Avie
No, however you can buy a Goal Zero 30 foot extension cable, so you can keep the unit inside and run the cable to the outside solar panel. I don't see the cable on REI's site. Goal zero site claims 6-12 Hours to fully recharge.
Answered by: dbutcher4
Date published: 2017-05-26

I want to know if this is the new model with reference 22004, this model have two USB port.

Asked by: Samuelbf
The model number we are selling is 22004 with two USB ports.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-01-27

Can I charge this Yeti 150 with any solar panel, or it only works with certain brands?

Asked by: OffGridGuy
​We only recommend Goal Zero solar panels for charging this generator.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-07-07

The image and specs for the Yeti 150 on Goal Zero's website show two USB ports, versus the one USB port shown in REI's image. Is REI just showing an outdated image here, or is the Yeti 150 available for purchase at REI an older model?

Asked by: Stephanie E
We are currently stocking the most current model of the Yeti 150 with two USB ports. Thank you for bringing this to our attention. We will update the picture on REI.com as soon as possible.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2015-09-20

I am a UPS driver in texas could it power a air conditioner that on requires a 12v for 8 hours or more and handle the hot sun all day 

Asked by: Rebelneck511
We do not recommend this solar generator for your job. We suggest contacting the manufacturer for a solution to your inquiry.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-06-13

I purchased the Yeti 10 Solar Generator in April 2015. I misplaced my charger cord. Who would I contact to acquire another one.

Asked by: Phyldemko
We would recommend contacting Goal Zero directly at (888) 794-6250 to get a charging cord for your Yeti 150 Solar Generator.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2016-11-14

What is the "mAh" rating on this unit - I do not see any mention of this in the Specs

Asked by: lvnscale
​This is a 14Ah battery.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-06-16
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Rated 1 out of 5 by from Underpowered Just got one of these yesterday for an upcoming trip to Canada and am extremely disappointed. I bought it for the sole purpose of recharging my GoPro batteries during this 10 day trip. I drained all my GoPro batteries and it is on its last 20% after only charging 7 batteries and I will probably get 9 or 10 charges out of it, they claim 25!!! I am thoroughly disappointed that I spent $200 for this when I could have got a $40 portable usb charger with 20,000 mAH and got more charges than this thing while saving a ton of weight and bulk. And it also took 2.5 hours to charge a battery, slower than the outlet but that is expected.
Date published: 2014-05-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from An Adventure Necessity! I've been using the Goal Zero Yeti 150 kit for the last four months while bike touring around the US. As someone who works online it is absolutely necessary that I have access to electricity and kit fulfills all my needs. The battery holds enough power for me and the panel is a great way to keep the battery (or my phone) charged up. This, quite literally, helps me live the life I want to live. I've got a couple years left of my tour and I trust that Goal Zero's product will keep me connected.
Date published: 2015-09-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great products from Goal Zero This really should be a multiple Goal Zero review... I have 2 15 W panels, a 6.5 folding panel, and a 3.5 folding panel , a Yeti 150, a guide 10 and a switch 8' 2 light a life's as well as a small fan no longer offered. I use the folding panels to keep my I phone topped off in the car, the Yeti 150 to keep tablets and phone charged in our mountain cabin, the 15 watt panels to keep the Yeti charged. The light a life's have been great for power outages or for night fun on the patio in the the summer months. The small fan is great in my tent while camping when the air is still, or for a bit of breeze reading a book on the deck. Every bit of kit is well made, and performs better than first imagined.
Date published: 2014-04-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent Product I bought this device last October and have used it several times since then. I love the product! It does exactly what it says it will do, can't ask for more than that! Be aware the product is heavier than it looks, so pay attention to the specified weight if that's a concern for you. It's very simple to maintain, charges well with my Nomad 20 panel and charges iPads and iPhones with ease. I do want to say something about customer service: the first Yeti 150 I received was defective. It wouldn't hold a charge no matter what I did. I emailed customer support and they we're on it right away! I received my new Yeti promptly, paid nothing for the return of the defective unit and have been a satisfied user since! This company stands by their products, so purchase with confidence!
Date published: 2014-04-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great product and addition to my first Buy I hose to purchase this yeti package because of reviews from other. Since received I have cycled this a dozen times by running home lights, computers and a small server. Life expectancy was better that expected and the product is very functional as well has the cool factor. I have a small cabin in the mountains and lost power for the night and this little package allowed me to use my phone and ipad and recharge multiple times. The one thing you will need is some sort of case or container that can attach the charging cords to prevent potential loss. I will be adding to my Goal Zero tool kit and will continue to do so.
Date published: 2014-04-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Amazing piece of tech. I am using it as a power source to my hamradio operations. I have a FT817nd from Yaesu. It is a low power radio (5w output RF). It consumes 12.4V and 2amps from the Yeti 150 on transmitting and 12.4V and 0.4amps on stand-by/listening. It gives about 7 hours of constant operation. The Nomad 13 is used to charge it when I am not using it. I place it at the window next to my radio table. It was the best aquisition I made on the last years. No regrets... just fun. Even with low light, the Nomad 13 panel charge the YETI.
Date published: 2013-10-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great little charger... My cabin is off grid. This is a great little charger. All my Goal Zero products stay fully charged, in addition to 3 LED flashlights. I have a 100 watt panel feeding the 150, which stays fully charged, even after heavy use. Small, compact and functional...
Date published: 2016-03-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Versatile Solar Generator The Yeti 150 has been the one product that has at one point probably powered everything I take on a trip. My cell phone, camera, laptop, batteries all have been powered by this versatile solar generator. Whether I am in a tent in remote Russia or on a snow covered beach in Iceland the Yeti 150 has been there and helped power all my camera equipment. There have been many times I will be on a trip with little access to any power source and will have to rely solely on the Yeti 150 to keep my equipment charged. It has really allowed me to continue to shoot images in places that I regularly wouldn't be able to continue to charge gear and other equipment. It is an Goal Zero product that once you have used and had access to power at all times it is hard to ever go back to working without it.
Date published: 2013-06-11
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Questions & Answers

I have a new ResMed AirSense 10 cpap machine and want to go on a 5 day Houseboat 77 ft. trip. If I charge this during the day with the on board generator how long will my unit be powered at night with this generator. 

Asked by: NardaSue
I use a Goal Zero 150 older model, I just replaced the battery and I can only get about 5-6 hours with my cpap machine while camping. I need to keep it plugged in during the day, I usually ask the park rangers for their office power. Without that it only lasts a few hours.  It's a pain and the solar panel is useless. It's too slow even with the Nomad 30.  It's needs to maintain my cpap machine and cellphones for 8-9 hours, and it doesn't even with a new battery. 
Answered by: Campdude
Date published: 2017-05-26

Is it waterproof for outdoor use? Storing inside our camper, but outside when charging with panels. Will it work with the boulder 50 panel? I saw that it has more output than boulder 30 and is cheaper. What would be the full charge time with 50 panel?

Asked by: Avie
No, however you can buy a Goal Zero 30 foot extension cable, so you can keep the unit inside and run the cable to the outside solar panel. I don't see the cable on REI's site. Goal zero site claims 6-12 Hours to fully recharge.
Answered by: dbutcher4
Date published: 2017-05-26

I want to know if this is the new model with reference 22004, this model have two USB port.

Asked by: Samuelbf
The model number we are selling is 22004 with two USB ports.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-01-27

Can I charge this Yeti 150 with any solar panel, or it only works with certain brands?

Asked by: OffGridGuy
​We only recommend Goal Zero solar panels for charging this generator.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-07-07

The image and specs for the Yeti 150 on Goal Zero's website show two USB ports, versus the one USB port shown in REI's image. Is REI just showing an outdated image here, or is the Yeti 150 available for purchase at REI an older model?

Asked by: Stephanie E
We are currently stocking the most current model of the Yeti 150 with two USB ports. Thank you for bringing this to our attention. We will update the picture on REI.com as soon as possible.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2015-09-20

I am a UPS driver in texas could it power a air conditioner that on requires a 12v for 8 hours or more and handle the hot sun all day 

Asked by: Rebelneck511
We do not recommend this solar generator for your job. We suggest contacting the manufacturer for a solution to your inquiry.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-06-13

I purchased the Yeti 10 Solar Generator in April 2015. I misplaced my charger cord. Who would I contact to acquire another one.

Asked by: Phyldemko
We would recommend contacting Goal Zero directly at (888) 794-6250 to get a charging cord for your Yeti 150 Solar Generator.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2016-11-14

What is the "mAh" rating on this unit - I do not see any mention of this in the Specs

Asked by: lvnscale
​This is a 14Ah battery.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-06-16
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