Heavy-Duty Power Stations to Buy for Sudden Brownouts
No need to fill these with diesel!
Whether rotational brownouts are disrupting your work flow or storms are cutting off power supply for hours on end, investing in a good power station or mini generator can save you from dealing with the hassles of having your electricity cut. If you’re looking for one to invest in, here are a few choices we’ve rounded up for you:
Yoobao EN1 Power Station
P4,790 (from P7,995), Lazada
This heavy-duty power bank has a capacity of 42,000mAh, which can power your laptop for a full charging cycle (or even more). Weighing a bit over a kilo, it’s also pretty easy to carry.
Promate 240s Powerstation
P9,999 (from P11,999), Lazada
This power station can be charged through your wall socket or your car lighter port. It has a built-in LED lamp that can run for 200 hours, and it can power several of your home appliances (TV, electric fan, laptop, etc.) for a minimum of 3 hours, with the exception of a full desktop computer setup, which can run for two hours.
Bluetti EB40 400Wh Power Station Generator
P18,449 (from P26,355), Lazada
This easy-to-carry mini generator can support small appliances under 300W. (It can power small fridge for 7 hours!) The best thing about this is it can be recharged by a solar panel aside from the usual wall and car outlets, which makes it efficient.
Allpowers Solar Generator
How does 185,200mAh sound? The Allpowers Solar Generator can power your lamps, phones, laptops, TVs, electric fans, mini refrigerators, and more. It comes with five output modes: a lighter socket, two 12V/15A DC output, 3 fast-charging USB ports, a Type-C output, and two AC sockets. Similar to the Bluetti, it can be charged via solar panels, as well as wall and car outlets. The difference? This power station is Bluetooth-ready.
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