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GOALZERO YETI 1400 LITHIUM POWER STATION

Web Code: 586RES946  •  Mfr Code: 38002
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Only $2,699.99 CAD
GOALZERO YETI 1400 LITHIUM POWER STATION is rated 4.1 out of 5 by 11.
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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Confidence in an extended power outage I bought this about a month ago. I already own the Yeti150 and Yeti400, but neither really can get you through an extended outage, but this sure can. I got a few HQST, Renogy and Grape Solar panels on Amazon (the Goal Zero panels are ridiculously overpriced), so with 400+ watts to help recharge, even in the rain this can manage. I was able to use it (for fun really, just to test) with a 900 watt leaf blower and the Yeti performed perfectly. We live in the mountains and outages are frequent enough, and I have no interest at all in noisy, smelly gas generators. The Yeti1400 is definitely very pricey but it also loaded with pretty awesome features.
Date published: 2017-04-18
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Well thought out unit. Could use improvements Nice well thought out unit. Appears to be solid, and well built. Especially to be made in China. The charger that comes with it if very low wattage. Puts in like 67 watts. Takes forever and a day to charge. The solar inputs are weak. The 8mm connection can't take alot of amps coming in. Solar panel wiring is only 16 ga. Keep that in mind if your planning on long runs. I have 2 boulder 100 suitcase panels, and I can feel heat, not excessive, but still warmth on the solar input connection. Utilizing the Power Pole connections is a must if you want to put in max wattage for charging. But other than that the unit is awesome.
Date published: 2017-05-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works just as promised. While I intend on using the Yeti 1400 for a myriad of small electronics, I'm currently using it to power my office equipment. Laptop, 20" monitor, 10key calculator, and skype phone. It works great. I was surprised that it charged so quickly from the wall when I first got it. I'll have to update my review once I get my 100 watt solar panel hooked up. It's a Renogy panel and I didn't realize I needed an adapter. Instruction booklet is short and an easy read. I would like to purchase another yeti 1400 down the road once the cable is made to make them chainable. I recommend it and would get the goal zero panel for easy solar set up.
Date published: 2017-06-04
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Up to 6 solar panels can be hooked up to it! I've had the Yeti 1400 for a few months now. I went on a bunch of camping trips with it to power a thermoelectric cooler, microwave oven, laptops, cell phone, battery packs, cordless vacuum cleaner and a USB fan. It has worked out great! This unit allows up to 520 Watts total of electrical input (up to 360W through the Anderson Pole (AP) port and up to 160W through the 8mm ports). I have 6x Boulder 100 Briefcase solar panels hooked up to it.....4 panels hooked up through the AP port using the 4x 8mm Combiner to Anderson Connector and 2 panels hooked up through the two 8mm ports. Great for quickly recharging the battery and/or for powering some devices off solar alone. Also great for getting as much power as possible on those cloudy, overcast days when the light is not as bright. My only complaint would be the fact that they went with a PWM solar controller. It should have come with a MPPT solar controller like the Yeti 1250 has. Having an MPPT controller would allow much more potential power to come from my solar panels (for faster charging) than PWM allows. I know they did it to help keep the price of the Yeti 1400 as low as possible, but in this day and age MMPT controllers should be standard....especially on their flagship solar power stations. It's because of this.... and ONLY this..... that I'm giving it 4 stars. Otherwise it would be 5 stars. Goal Zero has said that by the end of the year they will make an MPPT solar controller available for the Yeti 1400 as an expansion module to plug into the expansion port. I will be getting it for sure!
Date published: 2017-07-02
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Portable power solution for car living Used this to replace an Anker Powerhouse. This has the following advantages: * Significantly larger capacity (and corresponding weight) * Integrated solar charge controller (PWM) * Availability of car charger * Integrated storage compartment with wiring allowances and storage of A/C charger as well as other cords/chargers * Replaceable battery Cons: * Integrated solar controller is not MPPT. * No input is indicated when using a Goal Zero car charger, however it does charge the unit fully. * Inconsistent input recognition with 100w solar panel plugged in, both in full and partial lighting conditions * No USB-C charging ports, and no good way to charge a 2016 MacBook Pro except via an Apple A/C adapter which is not the most efficient use of D/C power (RÅVpower USB-C car charger does not provide significant power, and thus takes many hours to charge a laptop) This unit has proven easier to keep charged than anticipated via the car charger and MC4 adapter with a 100W solar panel - I probably should have opted for the smaller Yeti Lithium 400, but am very happy to know that I have 2-4 weeks of reserve power no matter what, even if it overkill for my everyday needs. For supplying all power needs for daily life living out of a car, this definitely suffices. I've managed to drain it down to about 50% when recharging everything I owned from nearly dead, but most days this baby stays above 90%. Charging two iPad Pros, two iPhones, two Apple Watches, 3x RAVpower 26800mAh batteries, an Anker Powerhouse, an Oral-B electric toothbruush, a back massager, 12x 18650 batteries and their 6 corresponding devices, two Kindles, a car battery maintainer, a water kettle, and whatever else...
Date published: 2017-04-04
Rated 2 out of 5 by from WARNING! Just a warning, this unit is not silent like the 1250. Its quite but has 4 fans that kick on when using the a/c output. Cant say its false advertising but there is a lack of information about that on this page. Several other lithium solar generators on the market for years and I expected the wait for goal zero's to come with true silent operation. I also have a 1250 and a Enerplex Y1200(same features and portability but at a fraction of the price)
Date published: 2017-07-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from It Does What It Says Purchased post-Irma. Performed my own tests to prepare for the next storm. Plugged in my 22 cu ft energy star refrigerator. It gave me almost 23 hours, with normal use of the fridge. It provided 90% of the 1400 W-H. I found the display very useful. Charged it back up, and then sequentially tested small appliances. Most importantly, I can brew my morning coffee, use a floor fan for sleeping, and use an LED lamp for reading for almost 3 days.
Date published: 2017-10-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Yeti 1400 great buy I hooked up my garage refrigerator to my new yeti 1400 and it work great. The refrigerator only pulled a few watts even on highest settings with the doors open. I had to add a toaster to it to pull more watts ( the toaster pulled a lot) I only lost 1 watt . I then hooked the Boulder 100 to it and I drawer about 58 watts. In theory I could run my garage refrigerator indefinitely because I was pulling in more watts than using without a drop of fuel. GREAT product more expensive but it plug and go. Worth it.
Date published: 2017-12-16
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