CPAP 72000mAh/266.4Wh Portable Power Station (ES720)
- 🔋【Off-Grid Power Supply for CPAP】This high-capacity 72000mAh backup battery is compatible with most CPAP machines on the market, such as ResMed S9/ AirSense 10/ AirCurve 10/AirMini/ AirSense 11/ Philips Dreamstation, etc. When you encounter power outages or go camping, this battery pack can still provide your CPAP or other devices with power for several nights. (✅PLEASE NOTE: The package does not include any CPAP model-specific cables; please purchase the correct CPAP cables separately.✅)
- 🔋【Versatile Power Hub for Your Devices】Experience the convenience of an all-in-one power solution. Features a car socket(180W max ), adjustable DC power (12V/16.5V/20V/24V), 2 high-speed USB-C PD ports (60W Max), and 1 QC USB-A port. The USB-C1 60W fast charging capability caters to all your PD devices, reviving your MacBook Pro in just 2 hours – a time-saving boon. From CPAP to laptops, cell phones, drones, cameras, and consoles like the Steam Deck and Switch, this power pack has you covered.
- 🔋【Simultaneous Charging for Multiple Devices】Embrace the luxury of simultaneous charging with this portable powerhouse. Boasting 5 output ports and a robust power management system, it's designed to provide optimal power distribution to multiple devices. The added bonus of 10W wireless charging for cell phones makes life even more convenient. (Note: Not TSA-approved for airplane travel)
- 🔋【Rapid Recharging Options】Efficiency meets flexibility with three quick recharging methods: (1) Utilize a PD charger with the USB-C port (max 60W input) for a full recharge in just 4.5-5.5 hours; (2) Embrace the sun's power with a 100W solar panel, achieving a full recharge in 4-5 hours of sunshine; (3) Opt for the included 72W AC adapter for a swift full recharge in 4-5 hours.
- 🔋【Built-in LED Light with SOS Feature】Navigate darkness with confidence, thanks to the powerful built-in LED flashlight offering both steady light and SOS modes. (Double Tap to Turn On/Off White Light, and Long Press to Activate/Deactivate Red Light.) This feature not only enhances your outdoor experience but also serves as a valuable tool in emergency situations.
We were camping for 3 nights and I was running my CPAP (w 12v/24v adapter and heat/humidifier off) as well as charging my phone. On the 4th morning still had 2 lights on the meter. I imagine could have done 5-6 nights without a problem.
This battery is perfect for my travel needs. However, if you are using this battery for a CPAP, you must buy the 12V adapter.
Good battery life
I have been using this for one year to charge my laptop and phone. After exactly one year, when I was charging the power bank, it automatically turned off and stops working. It is not charging anything, it does not get charged, the light indicators completely off. Poor junk
I did use the battery over the past week for a laptop with very good results. My mother is in the hospital and I spent 3-4 hours with her each day, working while she mostly slept. I ran down the battery 10-20% during that time under mild use. While heavy, made working at the hospital much more convenient since I was restricted to be near an outlet.
I saw people say 24v won't work, but it works fine if you have the right cable. I used the 24v cable that I had previous acquired and used with another lithium battery.
I did a small test with it, and it lasted about 4 hours with Heated Hose/Humidifer/Auto CPAP running around 12cm. Obviously if I were to truly use this, I would probably use my AirMini since it draws much lower power or would use the S10 with humidifier/heated host off.
The battery itself is heavy and contains too much lithium for a plane. International flights are restricted to 100Wh and domestic 150Wh, so at 266Wh it's really only good for home / camping use. But it seems like a solid backup option and I appreciate the USB-C/USB-A ports which would allow a second use, time away from the house for laptop/tablet/phone. We do a lot of swim meets and this now provided an option while we sit around.
The reason for 4-stars, is the controls. I find the two buttons a little funky and would appreciate an LED display of remaining capacity. The voltage selector should also be LED. I noticed they have this in the larger battery, but I guess that has helped keep down costs, so it's a bit of a tradeoff.