Fremo X700 LiFePO4 Portable Power Station with Detachable LED Flashlight

Fremo X700 LiFePO4 portable power station delivers a more compact tower-style design than those power banks with similar battery capacity, and a detachable LED flashlight is ready to provide flexible illumination in emergency. Need more features? Let’s keep checking.Fremo X700 LiFePO4 Portable Power Station with Detachable LED Flashlight

The Fremo X700 measures 184 x 184 x 289 mm and weighs 17.6 lbs. With an innovative internal stacking structure, the power station shows off a more compact vertical design while maximizing its power. Meanwhile, the portable power station comes with a foldable handle so that you can easily move it from one place to another.

The portable power station features 662Wh capacity, and it utilizes the industry’s safest LiFePO4 automotive-grade lithium iron phosphate batteries that deliver over 3000 charge cycles to 60% or up to 1500 to 80%. Furthermore, the Fremo X700 comes equipped with 1x USB-C PD 20W port, 1x USB-C PD 100W port, 4x USB-A ports, 2x AC outlets, 1x car power output and 1x DC5521 output, so it’s powerful enough to power 10 devices simultaneously with 1000W output.Fremo X700 LiFePO4 Portable Power Station with Detachable LED Flashlight

Moreover, the power station also features an intelligent battery management system (BMS) to analyze and intelligently adjust the charge and discharge power in real time, and its intelligent heat dissipation mode allows for the optimal safety and performance. In addition, it comes with a detachable magnetic LED flashlight with built-in stand to provide flexible illumination in different situations.

The crowdfunding campaign for Fremo X700 is ongoing on Kickstarter. We can pledge $399 to preorder the portable power bank. It will be shipped in December 2021.

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