, 2022-10-09 09:00:12,
REVIEW – The power in my house went out recently and fortunately (or unfortunately) I did not have to eat all my ice cream before it melted since it was restored in about six hours. That was about the time I started worrying though because I realized since I don’t have a generator I would have had $300 worth of wasted food on my hands. Enter the Dawad GoWatts 700 portable power station to ease my worry about another power outage.
What is it?
The Dawad GoWatts 700 is a 700 watt portable power station capable of charging multiple devices at once and can be recharged using solar panels, a wall outlet, or through the included vehicle charging cable.
What’s in the box?
- Dawad GoWatts 700 portable power station
- Charging adapter
- 12V car charger cable
- User manual
- Weight: 12 lbs
- Dimensions: 10in w x 6.5in h x 7in d (258mmx175mmx164.5mm)
- Battery: Lithium Ion 577 Wh (155900mAh)
- Voltage: 220 volts
- Output: 12V/10A DC and AC 700V/1000W max
- Outlets: 2 AC plugs, 3x USB plugs, 1x USB-C
- LED lighting modes, SOS, slightly bright, breathing light, flash, and brightest
- Charging options: Solar, vehicle, and wall outlet
- Charge time: 6.5 hours (adapter); 6.5 hours (18-25V 5A solar), 8 hours (car charger)
Design and features
The Dawad GoWatts 700 portable power station is smaller and lighter than I thought it would be at 12 lbs and about the size of my lunchbox. The handle on top feels solid and makes carrying the GoWatts 700 an easy affair and the built-in LED lights will come in handy when camping.
There isn’t anything of much interest on the top, sides, or bottom except for a few disclaimers and the data plate.
All the action is in the front of the Dawad GoWatts 700 portable power station.
The LCD screen is well lit and provides all the information you could want to keep track of your input, output, and status.
The Dawad GoWatts 700 portable power station contains a battery management system as well as can provide a pure sine wave AC current. This is the type of current you get at home and is required for more sensitive electronics such as newer TV’s, appliances with AC motors such as refrigerators and microwaves, and medical equipment such as CPAP machines. Modified sine wave power stations do not provide smooth…
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