Cariboocoot wrote: »
I think you mean "Goal Zero Extreme 350".
It claims to store 350 Watt hours of power. Unfortunately it also admits to having a 33 Amp hour battery. So the 350 Watt hours is based on running that battery down to dead, which isn't a good idea. 198 Watt hour or less would be a more realistic expectation. AGM battery, you can "stack" them (only on the DC side, no doubt) up to four. The "Universal Inverter" is bound to be MSW.
It is similar to other portable power packs available. Might be useful for camping. Around $500 without optional solar panels. At least you can get some half-way decent tech data on it. Will it stand up to use? That's another issue.
waynefromnscanada wrote: »
Why would you want to purchase this product and what would you expect it to do? Or are you just trying to get us interested in purchasing the product? In my opinion, nothing more than high priced toys of extremely limited use.