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Product Specifications
By: Goal Zero
17 Products
Ports
1 USB-A, 1 USB-C, 1 USB-C PD, 1 6 mm, 1 12 V Car, 1 12 V HPP, 1 120 V AC Inverter
Battery Capacity
6071 Wh
Weight
106 lbs
Dimensions
15.3" x 10.1" x 17"
Image Credits: SlashGear
Image Credits: SlashGear
Image Credits: SlashGear
Image Credits: SlashGear
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Goal Zero Yeti 6000X versatile power station can recharge a smartphone 451 times

If you have multiple devices, you need the Goal Zero Yeti 6000X versatile power station. This powerful gadget can recharge a 12 Wh smartphone 451 times, a tablet 201 times, and a laptop 120 times. Designed with 6,000 watts of power, it can feed hungry devices for days on end. And, with seven versatile ports, it can charge multiple devices simultaneously. But it’s not just a gadget for phones. It can even power fridges, internet modems, lights in your home, and more—making it great to use in a power cut. Furthermore, charge this versatile power station with the included portable solar panels. In fact, its integrated MPPT charge controller ensures that you receive as much solar charge as possible. In 18–36 hours, it’s fully charged. Or when you’re at home, connect the Yeti 6000X to a wall outlet.

Goal Zero Yeti 6000X versatile power station can recharge a smartphone 451 times
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Discovered on Jan 29, 2021, 2:56 am EST
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