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GOAL ZERO Yeti 150 Solar Generator

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The Yeti 150 Solar Generator from GOAL ZERO™ is a plug-and-play generator for emergencies, camping, or wherever there's a need for power. The Yeti 150 is a gas-free source of portable power to keep lights, phones and laptops powered up through any situation. Think of it as a portable, mini powerhouse. Use the Yeti 150 with USAB powered devices such as tablets, laptops, and DSLR cameras. Of course, it also comes in handy for charging lights, C-PAP machines E-readers, MP3 players, personal gaming devices and much more. Best used with your medium-size power devices, the Yeti 150 is easy to carry with its pop-up handle.

  • Portable wall outlet
  • Easy to carry
  • Charging flexibility
  • Best used with tablets, laptops and DSLR cameras


Manufacturer model #: 22004.

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Very helpful I bought the yeti 150 a couple months ago, and I love it! It's mainly used to charge smart phones and gopro cameras when we go camping and it performs very well. We get plenty of charges out of one charge of the yeti. One word of advice is to put your smart phones down! Phones take more battery than our gopro cameras, so this can take away if you use your phone too much. February 11, 2015
Best thing I have ever bought! I love my Goal Zero Yeti 150 solar generator, however I made the mistake of buying the generator without the Nomad 20, but bought it shortly after its arrival. February 16, 2015
Great for Ham Radio and CPAP machine I have had my Yeti 150 for over a year now and use it everyday. I use it to power my Ham radio everyday and when on camping trips to the Channel Islands I used it to power my CPAP machine for three nights with recharging each day with two 15 watt Boulder solar panels. it worked great! February 10, 2015
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. May 16, 2014
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I plan to use this product as well as the solar panels while ice fishing. my question is, how do these products hold up in cold weather? have they been tested in the cold?
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They have designed the panels and power packs to be rugged and weather resistant. Their products are sent around the world to be tested in a variety of temperatures, elevation and humidity levels. They really wanted to say that the solar panel is water-proof, since they've seen the panels work while they are under water. But since they can't guarantee that outcome 100% off the time, they say the products are weather-resistant. The panels do fine in the elements, from rainy season in Congo to snowstorms in Everest. The panels can be scratched up, run over, left in the rain, and they'll still charge up your gear. The power packs are also water-resistant, but should not be submerged in water, in order to prevent rust in the junction box.
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