Goal Zero’s Yeti 1000x is a portable power station and a wonderful option for power outages and emergency preparedness. But don’t take our word for it – we think PC World summed it up best:
“If you want maximum preparedness, Goal Zero’s Yeti 1000x is the choice for you. This 983 Wh power station can run multiple appliances in the event of a power shortage.”
– PC World
These units are a great size for people looking for a lighter-weight option that still packs a punch. It weighs in at just over 30lbs, while still being able to run a full sized fridge (71W) for 14 hours. Check out the helpful chart below for run times of other popular appliances and electronics.
The X series of Yeti portable power stations are equipped with Wifi connectivity so you can monitor your unit and control it remotely via the mobile app. You can turn ports on and off, check battery levels, and even updated Yeti’s firmware – all from your phone. The Goal Zero Yeti App is available through the Apple App and Google Play stores.
High-Quality Replaceable Lithium Battery
The lithium cells in the Yeti 1000x feature additional monitoring for superior management and safety so you can rest easy. These batteries also yield long runtimes and are lightweight in comparison to their lead-acid counterparts. It is recommended that the Lithium Yeti be plugged in (AC or solar) as often as possible to prolong the life of the battery. Without regular charging, the battery will hold power for 10-12 months.
You can charge your Goal Zero Yeti 1000X from the wall, through solar panels, or from your car.* Here’s how long it will take to charge your unit from these sources:
- Wall Outlet (120W): 9 Hours
- Boulder 50 Solar Panel: 25-50 Hours
- Boulder 100 Solar Panel: 12-24 Hours
- Boulder 200 Solar Panel: 6-12 Hours
*Only plug your unit into your car’s 12V adapter with the correct Goal Zero cable, not with a regular charging cable. Adapter cable not included.
How Many Times Will the Yeti 1000X Charge my Devices?
Smart Phone (12 Wh): 82 recharges
Tablet (30 Wh): 33 recharges
Laptop (50 Wh): 20 rechargesPOV Camera (5 Wh):
DSLR Camera (18 Wh): 197 recharges
Head Lamp (5 Wh): 197 recharges
Hours of Runtime
Light Bulb (11 Wh): 90
CPAP (65 Wh): 15
TV (42″ LED) (100 Wh): 10
Pellet Grill (60 Wh): 17
Microwave (1000 Wh): 1
Portable Fridge (25 Wh): 40
Mini Fridge(35 Wh): 28
Full-Size Refrigerator (55 Wh): 14
- 1x High Power Charging port (AC or Solar): 600W Max (14-50V, up to 50A)
- 2x 8mm charging port (AC or Solar): 150W Max (14-50V, up to 10A); Front face & under lid
- 1x USB-C PD port: 60W Max (5 – 20V, up to 3.0A), regulated
- 2x AC: 1500W, 3500W Surge (120VAC 60Hz, 12.5A), Pure Sine Wave
- 2x USB-A: 12W Max (5V, up to 2.4A), regulated
- 1x USB-C: 18W Max (5 – 12V, up to 3.0A), regulated
- 3x 6mm: 120W Max (12V, up to 10A), regulated Front face & under lid
- 1x Car Port: 160W Max (12V, up to 15A), regulated
- 1x High Power Port: 180W Max (12V, up to 15A), regulated
- Expansion Module Port: Under the lid – To be used with Goal Zero expansion modules only
- Cell chemistry: Li-ion NMC
- Pack capacity: 983Wh (10.8V, 91Ah)
- Single Cell Equivalent Capacity: 273Ah @ 3.6V
- Pack Lithium Content: 82g
- Lifecycles: 500 Cycles to 80% capacity (Discharge rate: 1C, Full charge/discharge, Temp: 25C)
- Shelf-life: Charge every 3-6 months
- Management system: MPPT charge controller
- Weight: 31.68 lbs (14.37 kg)
- Chainable: no
- Simultaneous recharge & discharge: yes
- Dimensions: 15.25 x 10.23 x 9.86 inches (38.74 x 25.98 x 25.04 cm)
- Operating Usage Temp: 32-104F (0-40 C)
- Warranty: 24 Months
How Long Will it Take to Charge Your Device From Goal Zero Portable Power Station?
It takes the same amount of time to charge your device from a Goal Zero power pack as it does from the wall.