Yeti 400 400-watt Hour Portable Solar Generator – GOAL ZERO

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33 reviews for Yeti 400 400-watt Hour Portable Solar Generator – GOAL ZERO

  1. Jayson

    I have literally bought about $10k in Goal Zero products in the past three years and have had pretty good success. The only product I’ve had problems with is the Escape 150.

  2. Anonymous

  3. bigwoofie

    We bought the Yeti 400 to run a CPAP in remote areas which it did beautifully as it is designed for medical equipment with the sine wave output on the 110AC, lasting the whole night (without.

  4. Rooster Cogburn

    I upgraded to a Yeti 400 from a 150. I have chained 4 – Duracell 35 amp hour batteries, totaling 2,000 watts/175 amp hours.

  5. Frustrated Buyer

    I bought my Yeti and was very excited about using it. Bought a package with the solar panels and original lights. Never really got to use it camping but kept it charged for almost a year.

  6. robinhd,

    Simple to use and useful for moble power – Recognize the power needed before purchasing. Go to Goal Zero website for more options to go along with the Yeti 400.

  7. Anonymous

    My company acquired this generator to use in the field for video production. We do documentary film work in a multitude of locations and having a compact, portable power source like the Yeti.

  8. Jayson

    I have literally bought about $10k in Goal Zero products in the past three years and have had pretty good success. The only product I’ve had problems with is the Escape 150.

  9. Frustrated Buyer

    I bought my Yeti and was very excited about using it. Bought a package with the solar panels and original lights. Never really got to use it camping but kept it charged for almost a year.

  10. Koko

    Generator is fantastic. However when I ordered it I didn’t see any mention of needing to buy the solar panels.

  11. Anonymous

  12. Project Picture Day

    I’m cofounder of Project Picture Day, an international organization that hosts organized picture days in schools in underserved communities. It’s usually rare for the locations we work in to.

  13. Project Picture Day

    I’m cofounder of Project Picture Day, an international organization that hosts organized picture days in schools in underserved communities. It’s usually rare for the locations we work in to.

  14. Calvin

    I’m testing my new Yeti 400 and I have mixed results so far. Don’t get me wrong, I’m very happy so far.

  15. Anonymous

  16. bigwoofie

    We bought the Yeti 400 to run a CPAP in remote areas which it did beautifully as it is designed for medical equipment with the sine wave output on the 110AC, lasting the whole night (without.

  17. MountainMeadowCabin

    Light in the Remote Meadow – We have to ford a river to get to our remote straw bale cabin in the mountains. Sometimes we can drive across; sometimes there is a foot bridge.

  18. Rooster Cogburn

    I upgraded to a Yeti 400 from a 150. I have chained 4 – Duracell 35 amp hour batteries, totaling 2,000 watts/175 amp hours.

  19. ShredDh

    My dad left my goal zero in the rain while we were floatin a river for a week and it filled up through the top 4 bolts! The screen was full of water, everything really..

  20. Calvin

    I’m testing my new Yeti 400 and I have mixed results so far. Don’t get me wrong, I’m very happy so far.

  21. Koko

    Generator is fantastic. However when I ordered it I didn’t see any mention of needing to buy the solar panels.

  22. Indigo

    Storage??? – I bought this and found it does not store power well at all. Also highly doubt it holds 400watts.

  23. Tim T

    3 years and still going! – I purchased this 3 years ago as a backup power supply, and use it almost every day to charge my phones and tablets. I use a 100 watt solar panel when the sun is out, but AC the rest of the.

  24. Anonymous

  25. MTBM,

    Returning 2nd non-working unit – I was not able to determine usability: Returned 1st Yeti – assumed previously opened because not in original box and was beeping. 2nd unit was in the original box; had not been opened.

  26. calipac

    Great Assist for Emergency Prep! – I use my Yeti to charge my phone daily, and other devices sporadically. It is important to keep keep it charged and also use it regularly. Just like the battery in your car.

  27. bigwoofie

    Awesome until the AC output died – We bought the Yeti 400 to run a CPAP in remote areas which it did beautifully as it is designed for medical equipment with the sine wave output on the 110AC, lasting the whole night (without.

  28. Laur

    Battery didn’t even last two years! Out $99+ship – Am really disappointed about having to purchase another battery – the first one died about 15 months after purchase. There has to be a better unit out there.

  29. Tcbranger

    Awesome! – I lived in a 5×8 travel trailer for 6 months and this was the only power supply I had. I had LED lights, iPhone, iPad, and little usb fan hooked up all the time.

  30. Anonymous

    My company acquired this generator to use in the field for video production. We do documentary film work in a multitude of locations and having a compact, portable power source like the Yeti.

  31. Lady12v,

    If its beeping – Had to send back and get new one. And the new one also had a bad battery. Unit beeps when battery is low, so if box is beeping when it gets delivered, send back right away.

  32. ShredDh

    My dad left my goal zero in the rain while we were floatin a river for a week and it filled up through the top 4 bolts! The screen was full of water, everything really..

  33. ShredDh

    My dad left my goal zero in the rain while we were floatin a river for a week and it filled up through the top 4 bolts! The screen was full of water, everything really..

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The YETI 400 Lithium Portable Power Station is designed for charging phones, tablets, cameras, and more whether you're off the grid or the grid is down. An alternative to the noise, fumes and hassle of traditional backup generators, the Yeti uses a 428Wh lithium battery that can be charged from 110 VDC house current or solar panels. This is a quiet, portable power station that recharges from the sun with a Goal Zero solar panel (sold separately) or from a wall outlet.The lithium battery in this power station is smaller than a comparable lead-acid battery, so it's easier to carry around but pumps out the same amount of power. With the 428 watt-hour capacity, you power lights, USB devices even a mini fridge. The front display panel provides readouts of incoming and outgoing power and battery status in 20% increments. This real-time feedback enables precise power management. The Yeti provides an array of output options for any energy need. It has two standard 110 VAC grounded wall plugs, The YETI 400 Lithium Portable Power Station is designed for charging phones, tablets, cameras, and more whether you're off the grid or the grid is down. An alternative to the noise, fumes and hassle of traditional backup generators, the Yeti uses a 428Wh lithium battery that can be charged from 110 VDC house current or solar panels. This is a quiet, portable power station that recharges from the sun with a Goal Zero solar panel (sold separately) or from a wall outlet.The lithium battery in this power station is smaller than a comparable lead-acid battery, so it's easier to carry around but pumps out the same amount of power. With the 428 watt-hour capacity, you power lights, USB devices even a mini fridge. The front display panel provides readouts of incoming and outgoing power and battery status in 20% increments. This real-time feedback enables precise power management. The Yeti provides an array of output options for any energy need. It has two standard 110 VAC grounded wall plugs, four standard USB ports, a 12 VDC vehicle cigarette lighter-style socket and a 6mm 12 VDC port. The battery is easily replaced at the end of its 500-charge life cycle. The pure sine AC outlets have a maximum surge capability of 1200 watts. The Yeti recharges on AC power in 7 hours and in 16 hours from one Goal Zero Boulder 50 solar panel.

Product Attribute Details
ColorWhite
Manufacturer Part Number38000
Assembled Product Dimensions L X W X H7.00 x 7.00 x 11.00 Inches
Assembled Product Weight16 lbs
Model38000
BrandGoal Zero
Contained Battery TypeLithium Ion
MPN38000
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