We received our Bluetti AC200P last week in anticipation of hurricane season. We got just the power station without the optional solar panel kit. It has been very easy to use. We had a power outage of a few hours and were able to connect household essentials to the Bluetti and have a relatively normal day. So far, we have connected chargers for various electronics, our modem, TV, lamps, dehumidifier and a tea kettle, and the Bluetti powered each with no problem. We have charged it overnight when electric rates are lowest. The wireless chargers on the top are very convenient. It's simple to carry the Bluetti around the house to where it's needed. The capacity is better than expected.
BLUETTI AC200P 2000Wh/2000W Portable Power Station
Kathis big dream is coming true - having a motobike on the back of the van and take it everywhere with us
And even better that it's electric and we can charge it from our solar panel for free!
BLUETTI EB240 2400Wh/1000W Portable Power Station
As a full-time RVer, the charging speed is one of the most important aspects, and the Bluetti AC50 impressed us.
It has a lot of USB ports, USB C PD, two AC outlets, and a wireless charging pad on top.
BLUETTI AC50s 500Wh/300W Portable Power Station
One nice feature of the ⚡️MAXOAK AC10⚡️ is that it’s TSA-approved for air travel. The TSA puts a limit of 100 watt-hours on any portable charging device. Beyond that limit, you’re going to need a special waiver. The AC10 is designed with a capacity of 99 watt-hours, just under this limit. Given the large capacity in milliamp-hours, this is very impressive
MAXOAK AC10 Power Bank