Goal Zero expands its lineup of home power solutions with Yeti Tank and Link, more at CES 2019

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Goal Zero is a company who has been on our radar for quite some time now. Closer to the end of 2018 we took a look at their new Sherpa 100AC Power Bank. But today at CES, the company unveiled two upcoming products that shift the focus towards solving your energy woes at home. The Yeti Tank and Yeti Link enter as new ways to bolster your home power storage system. Hit the jump for a closer look.

Yeti Tank & Yeti Link

Today’s new product announcements from Goal Zero both enter to expand formerly-released devices in the company’s lineup. For instance the Yeti Link acts as an add-on module to Yeti Lithium Power Stations. As the name suggests, it allows you to pool together multiple power solutions into a single source, regardless of if they rely on lead-acid power cells or lithium batteries.

On the other hand you’ll find the Yeti Tank, which pairs with a variety of Goal Zero power stations as well. Though in this case, Tank expands your setup with extra juice. It’s based around a lead-acid battery, making it a more affordable way to expand your setup compared to lithium-based solutions.

In both cases though, the add-on power packs allow you to expand your current setup to meet increased power needs. Each of Goal Zero’s new releases will be available later this year in May and will sell for $399 each. At first glance that may seem like a high price, but it fits in well with the rest of the company’s lineup.

New portable & solar chargers

Goal Zero also showcased some new portable chargers at CES, which it is calling the Flip Power Banks. Starting at under $25 for the Flip 12 3350mAh version and climbing up to $45 for the 10050mAh Flip 36, they’ll be shipping in May as well. They’re said to be able to replenish a phone’s battery in about an hour, which is a pretty impressive feat for a portable charger.

And lastly, you’ll find the Nomad 5 to close out Goal Zero’s newly-announced products. The $60 solar charger takes on a lightweight form-factor and can supply up to 5W of power. It was made with Goal Zero’s power banks in mind and features a kickstand.

Source: Goal Zero

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