Power Queen P300W Powerstation Review

Following the recently published Power Queen P300W video, Funkyhome.de now has the detailed Power Queen Powerstation test including Short on Powerstation sound and performance. In the following Power Queen P300W review, we loaded the Powerstation differently, connected it to a solar panel, fully discharged it, fully charged it and gave a few tips on how to use the Powerstation correctly. We will now show you the advantages and disadvantages of this oversized power bank or undersized power station in the detailed review.

Thanks for the support …

Thanks for the support to the manufacturer Power Queen.

At the review date, the Power Queen P300W had a price of approx. 224.99 Euro.
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This is what the Power Queen P300W Powerstation is all about …

We looked at the Power Queen Powerstation, which can be used on the move and can even be charged completely independently via a solar panel. The Powerstation offers a total capacity of 300 Wh (watt hours) and a maximum output power of up to 400 watts. In combination with a solar panel, the Powerstation would of course be of interest both at home and on a campsite, where electricity prices are usually extremely high.

The delivery of the Power Queen 300Wh Powerstation …

The Powerstation was delivered in a solid, 2-wall outer carton, which was provided with all important ADR markings such as UN3480 and the dangerous goods class 9 sticker for the safe transportation of lithium-ion batteries with more than 100 Wh.

The sturdy outer box means that the actual packaging can be kept a little more delicate and remains intact during transportation. On the front, you can immediately see the product you have purchased, including the description and performance data. However, if you take a closer look, you will realize that you have not purchased the EU version with a Schuko socket, as the USA version with a NEMA-5 type B socket is shown. But don’t panic, look inside the box first. A small sticker with the correct socket illustration would certainly be easier on the nerves.

On the back of the packaging you can easily read how long it takes to charge the battery of this power station.

This is included with the Powerstation …

Now we come to the scope of delivery. After opening it, we immediately see the manual, which is included in German and English. After more than 20 years of experience in product testing, we really appreciate it when a manual is included that is easy to read and well illustrated. We also find the placement of the manual, which can be taken out first and is not hidden away somewhere, exemplary. Underneath is the accessories box and the foam-wrapped power station.

In addition to the power station, the Power Queen P300W scope of delivery includes a 230V AC plug-in power supply with 15V at 3.2A DC output (results in 48 watts), a DC5521 vehicle charging cable for charging via a vehicle or from a vehicle, an MC4 to DC5521 charging cable for connecting a solar module and the Power Queen manual.

Power Queen P300W Powerstation Video …

If you want to sit back, relax and watch a video, you can watch the Power Queen P300W Powerstation video on our Funkyhome YouTube Channel here.
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Power Queen P300W Powerstation technical details …