The Goal Zero 22004 Yeti 150 Solar Generator gives you a great way to have access to electricity whenever and wherever you need it.
Whether you want to be able to turn some lights on during an emergency, or you want to be able to charge smart phones and camera batteries on a camping trip, the Goal Zero Yeti 150 gives you a way to do that.
There are three different ways you can charge the Goal Zero Yeti 150. You can plug it into a wall to charge up the internal battery so you’ll have power whenever you need it.
You can also charge the internal battery by plugging the device into your car’s 12 V DC adapter. And of course the Goal Zero Yeti 150 can be connected to solar panels to charge the batteries by harnessing the power of the sun.
Product Features and Specifications
- Product Dimensions: 7.8 x 6.8 x 5.8 inches
- Item Weight: 12 pounds
- Powers laptops, lights and smartphones anywhere you need them with a built-in AC inverter
- Convenient pop-up handle and stackable shape to take it along for the ride
- Quickly refuel from wall, car or sun; car charger and solar charger sold separately
- 2 Ampere USB outlet, 12 Volts output and 80 Watts AC inverter included
When researching the Goal Zero 22004 Yeti 150 Solar Generator we found over 400 reviews online and the reviews are pretty strong. This portable solar generator received an average rating of 4.2 out of 5 stars.
One review came from a customer who decided that after hurricane Sandy, he needed a reliable way to generate some electricity. He has gasoline powered generators but some of the local gas stations require electricity in order to pump gas, so being able to charge batteries with a solar panel was a much better option.
One customer said that she purchased the Goal Zero Yeti 150 in order to be able to use a C-Pap, sleep apnea machine when they were on camping trips and didn’t have an electrical hookup. Not only is she able to use the C-Pap machine, but now she can also charge cell phones, camera batteries, or play music.
There was also a review from a customer who runs an open air shop at a Renaissance Festival. They had previously been using a 12 V battery to plug in lights but the battery didn’t have a handle and was very awkward to carry. It also had to be charged with a heavy-duty battery charger. A friend recommended the Goal Zero Yeti 150 to them and they are thrilled with it. It’s lighter weight, has a comfortable carrying handle, and it’s a much better option than just using a 12 V battery.
Of course there were also numerous reviews from people who use the Goal Zero Yeti 150 on camping trips. People are able to charge tablet computers, smart phones, flashlights, and other gear. The Goal Zero 22004 Yeti 150 Solar Generator is a great item to have for people who enjoy camping but don’t want to rough it too much.