Keep your gadgets and devices running during an outage with this 600 Wh portable power station

Be ready for the next power outage with the Boyone Wombat 600 Wh portable power station. It powers large appliances and recharges in three ways.

Keep your gadgets and devices running during an outage with this 600 Wh portable power station
Boyone Wombat outdoors next to a car

Prepare for long power outages, camping and hunting trips, and more with the Boyone Wombat 600 Wh portable power station. With its large, 162,000 mAh battery, it can charge up to seven devices at once. Plus, it recharges in three ways—solar, car outlet, and EV charger—so you literally never have to be without power.

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If you live in an area that experiences extreme weather, one ice storm could leave you without electricity for days or even weeks. Luckily, the Boyone Wombat keeps you ready. This practical power station lets you run power-hungry devices—including refrigerators, CPAP/BI-PAP machines, computers, and more—when the power grid fails. Let’s check it out.

Boyone Wombat 600 Wh portable power station
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Get all the power you need

The Boyone Wombat can run power-hungry devices. That’s thanks to its 600 Wh capacity. In fact, this survival gadget can power your smartphone, DC refrigerator, drone, electric fan, coffee pot, and more. If it’s an appliance you need and requires 1,000 W or fewer, this 600 Wh portable power station can power it.

Keep your gadgets and devices running during an outage with this 600 Wh portable power station Boyone Wombat 600 Wh portable power station
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Use this power device for a range of appliances

Another great feature of the Boyone Wombat is its 7 ports. This 600 Wh portable power station has 3 USB ports, 1 12 V car charging port, 1 Type-C port, and 2 pure sine wave AL power sockets. These let the power station provide power to a range of appliances and charge 7 devices simultaneously.

Charge this portable power station in 3 ways

Even better, you can be sure that the Boyone Wombat never runs out of power itself thanks to its three charging options: solar, EV charger, and car outlet. EV chargers take 6.5 hours to bring the device up to a full charge, while car outlets take 7 hours.

If you’d rather go the solar-powered route, you’ll need a 150-, 300-, or 500-watt solar panel. These panels charge the Boyone Wombat in 5, 2.5, and 1.5 hours, respectively. So they’re a pretty quick way to run your devices using only the sun’s energy.

Rely on 5 types of light output

When the power’s out, the last thing you want to worry about is finding a flashlight so that you can see what you’re doing with your power station. Thankfully, the creators of this 600 Wh portable power station included 5 types of light output for the Boyone Wombat.

The Slightly Bright and Bright outputs help you add ambient light to whatever environment you’re in. Meanwhile, the SOS, Flash, and Pulse Light can alert others to your location in an emergency.

Choose this backup power device for camping, RVing, and more

Emergencies aren’t the only time you need an extra power source. Camping, RV, and hunting trips become much more comfortable—and safe—with the Boyone Wombat. Imagine camping for two weeks while still being able to charge your MacBook as many times as you want. And it’s the ideal solution for keeping your RV fridge running.

It’s even great for outdoor events. Because, since the pandemic, you’re probably going to and hosting a lot more of those. This 600 Wh portable power station can power the music at your child’s outdoor birthday party or run the warming plate for your buffet at a family picnic.

Store power ahead of time

The best way to get through a power outage is to prepare for it. And, with the Boyone Wombat, you can actually store your power ahead of time.

In fact, the company says that when the device is charged above 50%, it can keep its supply for 6–12 months. So you could totally charge this portable power supply in the fall, before the cold weather, and not have to worry about power for an entire year. Best of all, you’ll breathe a little easier all winter long knowing you’ve got backup power ready.

Enjoy helpful power-saving features

When you’re using a generator for power, you don’t want to waste any of it. For that reason, this 600 Wh portable power station automatically shuts down after a few hours when nothing is attached to it or if it’s running a minimal load. So this useful gadget does some of the conserving for you.

If you’re concerned about losing power during emergency weather or just want to make your time in the great outdoors more convenient, consider the Boyone Wombat. It has enough battery capacity to power large appliances, and, with three charging options, you can always give it power. It also boasts a range of ports, making it suitable for a wide range of devices. Go for this gadget to make sure you’re never without electricity.

The Boyone Wombat 600 Wh portable power station typically costs $629. You can get it for $499 on the official website. What sort of gadgets do you have in your emergency preparedness arsenal? Tell us about your favorites in the comments.

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