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This thing is powerful! The display screen is nice & bright

When it arrived, it was smaller than I thought it would be, so I was pleasantly surprised! It came out of the box about 65% charged so I was happy to be able to test it right away. I plugged in an iPad & an iPhone to test it & they started charging immediately. The display screen is nice & bright & it displays the watts used.

That been useful for the whole "work from home" life

some big things worth noting that I think the description doesn't hit on well enough is the SPEED of dual charging - you can plug this in the wall via the AC adapter and plug it in via USB C PD and it will suck up 120W like it's butter. Charges so fast that way. you have a little flexibility with mini fridges etc. Their statistics seem right too- Brought a dead laptop to full and had over 80 percent left. That been useful for the whole "work from home" life, which just means my laptop on the lake all day.

It is not too heavy

I like the size. It is not too heavy. I also like the various connection options on the unit. The only downside is that I need a solar panels to charge it when I go out for more than 3 days

Saved The Day For Me

This power station can reliably charge most of your devices in the event of an emergency or for recreation, and in this case it made the rest of my vacation loads of fun and even let us look up nearby stuff to do.

master of power stations

Rockpals Rockower 500W Power Station has enough ports to power almost anything you’d need, and enough capacity to keep your devices going over a long weekend, or provide light through an extended power outage.

Survive camping trip power outages 

We never fully appreciate electricity until we no longer have it -- like when we go camping or there's an unexpected power outage. Thankfully, there are lots of portable power supplies that can keep our gear running.

Power your Darkness

Without power, maintaining lights, keeping warm, bathing, cooking, and maintaining a smartphone charge, required a good deal of ingenuity. I wish I would have had a Portable Generator from Rockpals to power through the emergency