In this video we're going to be taking a look at the rock solar rs 328 adventurer which is a lightweight portable power station and it has a built-in high quality lithium-ion battery with 220 watt hours which is equivalent to 60 000 power adapter hours you can use this power station for nearly all of your electronic devices and you can charge most smartphones about 15 times tablets about six times and laptops about three times and you can also run items like small fridges lights monitors power tools and laptops which makes the adventure useful for a wide range of applications so if you're in the market for a portable power station this is one that you don't want to miss before we dive in i want to thank rock solar for sending this out to the channel for review and you can get 20 off of rock solar products on their website if you use the coupon code urban survivor the adventurer is extremely compact and portable weighing in at 4.4 pounds there's also a high visibility yellow handle on top which makes it easier to carry on the back there's an input which you can use to charge the rs328 with the included dc adapter in about 10 to 11 hours you can charge.

It with the included cigarette lighter port car charger or you can pick up one of rock solar's 100-watt portable solar panels and charge up the adventure off portable power station above the input there's a small switch which you can use to turn the adventure on and off and above that there's a small light with two different output modes the light has a warm white tint to it and it would be great for a blackout on the front of the rs 328 there's a display which lets you know the remaining battery life and displays whether you're on ac or dc output beneath the display there's a button with a battery icon which you can use to dim the display and turn the adventure on and off and also another button with a plug icon which you can use to.

Switch between ac and dc output and beneath the buttons there's also a row of three dc outputs the rs328 is loaded with plenty of high-speed usb outputs perfect for keeping small devices charged the usb outputs are stacked nicely in a column and there's two standard 5 volt 2.1 amp usb c a outputs one adapter quick charge 3.0 5 to 9 volt 2.1 amp usb output and two 5 to 9 volt 2.1 amp usbc QC 3.0 outputs next to the usb outlets there are two different 110 volts 60-hertz ac outlets and it has a continuous ac output of 100 watts and a max output of 150 watts for about one second now I'm going to plug in a surge protector and then turn on some different electronic devices to see how many can be used simultaneously.