Wednesday, November 30, 2022


Goal Zero Yeti 1400 Lithium + Boulder 100 Briefcase Solar Generator Kit


Goal Zero Yeti 1400 Lithium Portable Power Station
From phones to fridges, lights to power tools, the Goal Zero Yeti 1400 Lithium Portable Power Station is an ultra-high-capacity electric generator that provides portable, on-demand power at the push of a button.

The Goal Zero Yeti 1400 Lithium is a battery-powered generator, a clean alternative to 2000W gasoline-powered inverter generators, with an inverter producing the similar continuous output (1500W) and nearly twice the surge capability (3000W) for running high-power devices like power tools, fridges, sump pumps and more. It features a 1425-watt-hour capacity (132,000mAh/10.8V, 396,000mAH/3.7V) with various high-power AC, USB and 12V outputs capable of running 10 devices at once. Avoid the innate hassle of storing gasoline or worrying about toxic fumes and relentless noise: Trade up to silent, clean, exhaust-free power from a Goal Zero Yeti 1400 Lithium Portable Power Station – the next generation of power.

Goal Zero Boulder 100 Watt Monocrystalline Solar Panel Briefcase
The ultimate on-the-go solar panel setup, the Boulder 100 Solar Panel Briefcase totals 100 watts of highly efficient monocrystalline solar cells in an easily packable form. Its rigid aluminum frame makes it lightweight yet tough, making it ideal for camping, emergency or off-grid scenarios.

No charge controllers or extra cables needed, simply plug the Boulder 100 Solar Panel Briefcase directly into Goal Zero Yeti 1400 Lithium for a complete way to collect and store power wherever you go. The Boulder 100 Solar Panel Briefcase can also be chained with other compatible solar panels to cut down on solar recharge times.


  • Kit includes one Yeti 1400 Lithium and one Boulder 100 Briefcase solar panel. No noise, no fumes, big power at the push of a button.
  • Outputs include USB, 12V and a multi-stage surge capable AC inverter that sets a new industry standard for portable power.
  • Lightweight lithium batteries yield long run-times and extended 12-month shelf life, while high-quality cells feature additional monitoring electronics for superior management and ultimate safety.
  • Get real-time usage data at a quick glance with an upgraded display that features a run-time/recharge time estimator, as well as an output and input meter.
  • The Boulder 100 Briefcase solar panel is built with strong tempered glass and an aluminum frame with added corner protection for temporary or permanent installation, and is equipped with an integrated kickstand to help get an optimal angle to the sun.

You can find more information on the Goal Zero Yeti 1400 Lithium + Boulder 100 Briefcase Solar Generator Kit on Amazon.

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Sherry Dawson
4 years ago

I resent this type of “advertisement” disguised as a recommendation! And it is not worthy of this great publication. Chuck Woodbury says you don’t take payments from advertisers, but this kind of thing looks bad! There are several brands of lithium portable power stations available with similar capacity for $600 or less, including a 100-watt solar panel setup. Also, if using only a 100-watt panel, you couldn’t charge this unit in a reasonable amount of time. You could go with a much smaller capacity and a MUCH cheaper power station.
Please explain why you are pushing a $2,100 setup instead of doing an unbiased review of similar products.

Kevin Smith
4 years ago
Reply to  Sherry Dawson

I’d love to buy one of the under $600 lithium power stations with solar panels for silent recharging and pure sine inverter. Will you please publish some links to those products you’re recommending?

Captn John
4 years ago

At twice the price of a Honda 2000 or nearly 4 times the cost of a Champion 2000 watt genny I think most will pass until the price comes down ~~ a lot!

4 years ago
Reply to  Captn John

$2100 for this thing? Choke!

My $300 Champion 4KW generator ALWAYS provides 3X the power at 1/7th the cost.

My $60 120AH jumppack/ compressor/ inverter has the same actual battery life, does extra functions, and gives me up to 400W AC for much MUCH longer…

If you really want silent AC, spend the $2100 on an $80 4KW inverter and **20** lead batteries.

2 grand… SHEESH!

4 years ago

How long does it take that little 100W panel to charge up this powerful battery?

4 years ago
Reply to  Roger

100W panel, 1400W battery, minus cloudy solar, voltage conversion, and chemical charge inefficiencies… I’d estimate 20-30 noonday sun hours? After which you can use that 1400W for an hour of blowdryer or microwave? Its a nice silent cellphone charger or convenience AC, but it’s *absurd* to think it competes with even a tiny generator or rooftop solar.

4 years ago
Reply to  Wolfe

Thanks. That’s what I thought.

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