Goal Zero Lithium Power Stations Deliver the Next Level of Portable Power at the Push of a Button
Goal Zero, an innovator of portable solar power systems, unveiled its new products – Goal Zero Yeti 400 and 1400 Lithium portable power stations.
Unlike their lead-acid predecessors, the new lithium-based battery power stations are more lightweight, versatile, durable and efficient.
With the help of these power stations, users are able to charge their devices using clean energy. Compared to traditional gas-powered generators, Goal Zero Yeti Lithiums operate without noise and fuel.
General Manager at Goal Zero Bill Harmon said, "Consumers want more options to power their lives, whether for emergency preparedness, tailgating events, weekend projects, or camping. With the Goal Zero Yeti Lithium line, we are delivering the next level of portable power at the push of a button, allowing customers access to power, without the noise, fumes and maintenance of traditional generators. The Yeti Lithium portable power stations provide the power you need, when you need it."
Goal Zero Yeti 400 and 1400 power stations use custom designed high-quality Lithium Ion batteries, which can store and release a lot of energy in a short period of time. These batteries have increased life shelf and can be easily replaced at the end of its lifecycle.
Users can charge Goal Zero Yeti Lithiums either from a regular wall outlet or using solar panels (which are sold separately). It’s also possible to charge Yeti with solar panels and a wall charger at the same time.
Power stations feature a variety of outputs – from USB to AC – which allow to power different devices, including phones, tablets, kettles, mini fridges, TV, lights.
Goal Zero Lithium stations are equipped with informative displays that allow users to get real-time usage data. In addition, display features a runtime/recharge time estimator as well as an output and input meter.
Goal Zero Yeti 400 and 1400 Lithium portable power stations can be used when performing indoor and outdoor activities, including camping, tailgating, for emergency preparedness, etc.
by Natalie Myhalnytska
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