The Xtorm Portable Power Station 1300 gives you access to two powerful AC sockets with an output of 1300W, anywhere you are! Thanks to its high capacity of 1254Wh you’re able to power or recharge your devices many times over.
Batteries that have a 4x longer lifespan
This Power Station uses a new type of battery cell, LiFePO4. These cells have one big advantage over standard Li-ion cells – namely their much longer lifespan. While regular Li-ion cells have a “battery cycle life”* of around 500, LiFePO4 cells have a cycle life of 2000. That’s 4x longer than most other Power Stations!
Recharge 33% faster with X-Charge
X-Charge allows you to combine two power inputs to fast charge your Power Station. It’s as simple as connecting 2 input sources: The wall charger, and the USB-C PD input. When both inputs are connected, X-Charge is automatically activated - fully recharging your Power Station 33% faster!
Versatile port selection – Always have the power you need
The Power Station features 5 different styles of output ports, so you always have the one you need. It not only features two powerful AC sockets with an output of 1300W, but also has a 120W 12V car charger, 1x 60W USB-C in-/output, 3x regular USB outputs, and even 2x 5.5mm 60W DC outputs.
Recharging made easy
Recharge the Power Station with solar power, a wall charger, or even from your car – everything is possible thanks to the included cables. One of the fastest way to recharge it is to use a 200W solar panel, like our Xtorm XPS200 Solar Panels.
Extreme power - anywhere
It doesn’t matter whether you’re going camping, road tripping, or simply just traveling anywhere remote – these days you need enough power to fuel all your devices. Smartphones, cameras, laptops, drones, or even a cooler; nothing is too crazy for this Portable Power Station. Combine it with a solar panel and you’re able to go fully off grid, without having to give up the devices you can’t live without.
*1 Battery cycle life is a full charge, from 0 to 100%. This can be split in several smaller recharges as well.