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[Renogy] Renogy Phoenix 100 Mini Power Station $54.99

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Renogy Phoenix 100 Mini Power Station $54.99

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Engineered with 21700 lithium-ion batteries, Renogy PHOENIX 100 Mini Power Station is a perfect fusion of portability and convenience. Housed in an ultra-compact design, the massive 27000mAh capacity provides enough juice for essential gadgets no matter where you are. Multiple charging options meet the needs of both mobile devices and home appliances up to 100W thanks to the built-in AC output.

Looks identical to the RavPower unit for less than half the price. I have Renogy solar equipment in my RV and while their customer service is a bit slow to respond they do stand behind the products when I had to replace a controller.

It shows on the site as $109.99 but when added to a cart it discounts to $65.99 and there is currently a 10% discount applied to the cart and free shipping. I didn't complete a purchase as I already have the same capability in another product.
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In for one. Thanks op!


AC power in a can sized battery is awesome.
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I am so tempted.
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Not quite the same as the Ravpower. Not sure it supports PD output. Only 15W through USB C.
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Plug in a small power bar with 3 outlets and you can power a small laptop with the Kinect. I'm betting it'll be great for ghost hunters
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No tax on checkout either $54.99 all in.
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WELCOME5 for another couple bucks off.
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bet it would be a while to charge the thing up via the micro usb.
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Unclebeuford wrote: bet it would be a while to charge the thing up via the micro usb.
specs say microusb input 2A max ... so theoretical 27000mah means ~ 13.5hr ish ... from dead to full.

for that specific person that needs AC output on a budget this unit looks great.
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Very interesting but I'm not sure what I would need the AC output for, it seems to low to be useful for anything other than charging your phone, tablet, or similar device which most can be charged via USB or USB-C now.
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thx OP, I see a bunch of their solar kits on sale that I've been eyeing as well for my trailerOk Hand Sign
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good to know.
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Oni-kun wrote: Very interesting but I'm not sure what I would need the AC output for, it seems to low to be useful for anything other than charging your phone, tablet, or similar device which most can be charged via USB or USB-C now.
This does not have Power Delivery or Quick Charge for faster USB charging

USB-A Output: DC 5V / 2.4A Max
USB-C Output: DC 5V / 3A Max

AC Output: AC 110V/ 60Hz, 85W Rated / 100W Max
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Unclebeuford wrote: bet it would be a while to charge the thing up via the micro usb.
miss_swan wrote: specs say microusb input 2A max ... so theoretical 27000mah means ~ 13.5hr ish ... from dead to full.

for that specific person that needs AC output on a budget this unit looks great.
Would charge faster using USB-C

"USB-C Input: DC 5V / 3A Max"

Also ould charge using both ports simultaneously

"Micro USB+USB-C Input: DC 5V / 5A, 25W Max"
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Dhanushan wrote: Would charge faster using USB-C

"USB-C Input: DC 5V / 3A Max"

Also ould charge using both ports simultaneously

"Micro USB+USB-C Input: DC 5V / 5A, 25W Max"
I'd just charge it overnight.
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Good Price for 100Wh, seems OOS, cant add to cart. Hoarders lol.
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Am I right in thinking this would light a 40 or 60 watt table lamp for awhile during a power outage? Poor man's little generator? :)
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townie22 wrote: Am I right in thinking this would light a 40 or 60 watt table lamp for awhile during a power outage? Poor man's little generator? :)
Yes
But if you are smart you would use a 5W LED bulb that puts out 40W equivalent and get almost 20 hours of light.
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Good idea, I was just throwing that out as a general question. Thanks.

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