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ROCKPALS 300W Portable Power Station, 280wh (78000mAh) Solar Generator

280Wh (10.8V 26Ah) Lithium-Ion Battery Pack, Has Enough Power To Charge Iphone 12(5.4 Inch) About 28-29 Charges, Ipad Mini (41.4Wh) About 5-6 Charges, Mini Car

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What We Like

  • Built-in professional MPPT technology provides faster solar recharge rates
  • The portable generator can be charged from a carport about 6-7 hours while on-the-road/off-road
  • 300 power station for camping meets the power supply for all the PD devices


  • may be heavy in weight

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We analyzed 82,066 reviews for 69 products in the Portable Generators category.

We then analyzed 519 reviews for this product. Of these, 362 reviews were recent.

Around 87% of reviews were positive and about 11% were negative.

Final Score:

9.61 out of 10, based on these factors:

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  • What buyers say about ROCKPALS 300W Portable Power Station, 280wh (78000mAh) Solar Generator

    No carry bag for the power station itself is included, in addition to the power station's internal power supplies, Max 12V and 10A with no minimum wattage, and a warning: Do not use a power source/solar panel that exceeds 24V.

    I was very excited to get this and try it out, but I didn't charge it fully until I had only one item on my device, and I believe I may have gotten a bad power unit in my device due to that.

    The battery's heat will keep it running as best it can, and if you want to save power, turn off any output ports that aren't being used, and don't use a power station in a tightly enclosed area.

    I would like to be able to charge my laptop from a 12V source, since I won't have to convert the current from DC to AC and back, and I think I'll try to find a cable or adapter that will let me charge my laptop from a 12V source

    It has the same 280 Wh capacity as the last model, it has an AC Inverter that can continuously power up to 300W, and a 30" screen with Mini PC can be powered for up to 3 hours.

    Common Questions


    How do I upgrade to a 60 to 72 watt system?


    I believe you can charge with solar, ac, and power port at the same time.


    Will this or any newer rPals power station work with two rockPals 80w portable solar panel charger, parallel?


    The maximum input for the Rockpals 300 watt power station is 45 watt, so this should be considered according to your intended uses.


    What devices can be used to power 300 watt?


    The Rockpower 300 portable generator power station can charge the device under 300W for AC port, under 120W for car port, and under 60W for DC port.


    Is it possible that this would work in light to medium rain outside?


    It is possible that it may not, but water and electricity don't mix.


    Is this enough to power my fender guitar amplifier?


    It takes 2.5 hours to run, but you should get a coupla hour via the 120v pure sine wave outlet.

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