@ohhwell A friend of mine has three of the ones from EBL that get regular use, and has had very good results with them. The oldest one has been in service for almost two years, and actually improved in capacity for the first several weekends of usage, remaining stable since then. He uses them on his farm and when on the road. Their capacity is similar to the Puleida’s nominal specs.
@djslack@ohhwell The P2E one was a great deal at $99 refurb/ $150 new, and identical Duracell and Coleman sister products exist; The Walmart deal for the other brand was good. This Puleida might be worth buying for $99, but it’s under-powered for most useful things (fridge, freezer, etc) and there’s enough other meh contraptions around for charging phones/laptops, the latter not necessary if there’s a major outage. These have been sitting around for ~2 years, likely self discharged down to the point of damaging cells and the vendor was kicked off of Amazon.