Do be aware that you can’t use the AC outlet for anything over 65 watts.
Doesn’t say in the description, but if you go to the linked vendor’s site they’re very clear about this, and there’s wording around the socket and in the manual as well.
That’s true, but not particularly surprising; you shouldn’t realistically expect much more than that. The battery is only ~59 Wh to begin with, so you’re getting less than an hour of runtime from a 65 W load anyway. The real advantage to the low-power AC socket here would be to add your own USB-C AC adapter, providing a modern PD 2.0+ output that could charge phones or tablets or whatever faster than the included 12 W USB-A ports can.
These are great - really easy to use to jumpstart a car/suv
There’s a mistake in the description. It says, “Two USB 2.4V charging outputs”, but that isn’t a thing. It should probably be 2.4A, which would be 12 watts, which is a pretty standard thing in USB charging.
Thanks, we’ll take a look.