Anker 767 PowerHouse

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Anker has been on a roll with new portable power station launches recently. Last month the Anker 555 PowerHouse launched in the UK, and as part of the launch event, you could get £240 off. With this discount, the Anker 555 easily undercut the excellent EcoFlow DELTA 2 and Jackery Explorer 1000.

The Anker 767 PowerHouse is the next power station to launch. Anker has been a bit vague with all the details. At the moment, we don’t know what the final price will be yet, but as part of the launch promotion, you can apply for a £400 off voucher.

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Like the other launches, this is equipped with the latest LifePO4 battery, which gives you a ten-year lifespan for everyday use and a 5-year warranty to back it up.

This is also the first PowerHouse unit to use GaNPrime, which is Ankers’ most intelligent multi-device fast charging system.

Anker 767 PowerHouse

The 2,048 Wh capacity battery can output an impressive 2300W. They don’t say what the surge power is but the Anker 757 PowerHouse has an output of 1500W and a surge of 2400W. I’d therefore hope this has a surge of around 3500W.

Similar to the DELTA 2 I reviewed recently, this can be expanded with an optional 760 Expansion Battery capable of doubling the capacity to 4096Wh.

It also has a massive solar input capacity of 1000W. This would require 5 Anker 531 Solar Panels (200W) and could recharge the power station in 2.5 hours

At the moment, there are not many 2,048 Wh capacity power stations available in the UK that use the newer LifePO4 battery chemistry.

EcoFlow has the 1kWh DELTA 2, but the 2kWh DELTA Max uses NCM batteries.

Bluetti is the only brand with this capacity on the market, and the AC200P has an RRP of £1948 or the AC200MAX has an RRP of £2099.

The Anker 757 with a 1229Wh capacity is £1400.

Therefore, I’d expect the Anker 767 PowerHouse at quite a bit above £2000, and hopefully, the £400 discount will bring it to under £2k.

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  1. All of these items will be, and always will be Chinese made.
    You’re forgetting a few brands in your review.
    Pecron E2000LFP

    1. The Pecron E2000LFP looks amazing for the price, but it is not available in the UK, as far as I can tell – I do normally cater for the US as well, but this piece was a bit more UK-centric.

  2. This might be the power station I’ve been waiting for.Pleased to see a company with sufficient confidence in its products it is willing to offer a decent length discount

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