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Choetech600W 512Wh Portable Power Station


Retail: R8,330

Choetech has created a way for you to keep powered up and connected, depending on your needs. The 600W Power Station features pure sine-wave technology that safely powers electronic devices and provides clean, uninterrupted electricity that is just as dependable and safe as the power you get at home. Equipped with all the essential ports to charge your devices and appliances.

Product Specifications
  • Recharge time 5 hours (0-100%) (Input DC 120W)
  • LiFePO4 battery
  • Battery lifespan 5-6 years / 3000 cycles to 80%
  • AC continuous output power per outlet: 600W
  • Battery capacity: 512Wh
  • To protect the battery, do not keep the unit plugged in when the power is scheduled to go back on
  • Three ways to charge: Wall, Car or Solar
  • Recommended to charge through a surge protector plug
  • 9 available ports
  • Dimensions: 290 x 210 x 205mm
  • Weight 6.75kg
  • 2-year warranty
What's in the Box
  • 1x Choetech Portable Power Station
  • 1x Type C PD Charger
  • 1x 1M AC Cable
  • 1x User Manual
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