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Anker 757 Power Station Review – A Versatile Power Source


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Article Tags: Camping Gear | Travel Gear

A power station can be used for car camping, power outages, van life, power tools, tailgating, and so much more. In this article, we are taking a deep dive into the Anker 757 Power Station. We’ve put it to the test for various use cases, and give you are thoughts on this large power bank.

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Our Testing

We have used this power station in our home, in the car on backcountry ski trips, long weekend trips, the parking lot of ski resorts, and we plan on using this power station a whole lot more.

As we continue to use if for different scenarios, and a longer period of time, we will add more information regarding battery capacity, durability, other use cases, and more.


Where To Purchase

You can purchase Anker products on their site: Anker

Or on Amazon


About Anker

Anker is one of the most well known and respected power bank and power station providers in the world. They have an extremely robust diversity in power products that can fit just about every individual’s power needs. On top of that, they have product warranties that exceed that of any other power station or power bank provider we have come across.

This warranties show the dedication to creating quality products that will last consumers for a long period of time.

You can read more about Anker’s other power products, and company story here.



About The Anker 757

Anker 757 charging laptop and watch

Anker 757 charging laptop and watch

This power station has enough power for a lot of key items. To give you an idea:

Phone (10Wh): 97 charges
Drone (40Wh): 24.5 charges
Laptop (58.2Wh): 16.8 charges
Portable Fridge (45Wh): 22 Hours

This makes it, in our opinion, the ideal size for: car camping, weekend adventures, a lower power usage van life, backup in case of power outages, and long car trips.


Anker 757 Specifications

Capacity 1,229 Wh
AC Output 1,500 W
Lifecycle 3,000 battery cycles
Warranty 10 Year Lifespan, 5 Year Warranty
Ports 13 total (1 car outlet, 2 USB-C, 4 USB-A, 6 AC Outlets)
Recharge Time 1 hour to 80%
Solar Charging 300 Watt Max
Weight 19.9 kg / 43.9 lb
Dimensions 463 x 288 x 237 mm / 18.2 x 11.3 x 9.3 in
AC Power Surge 2400W
Solar Recharge Time 3.6+ Hour to 80%

Anker 757 USB ports

Anker 757 Features


EV-Class LiFePO4 Batteries

Anker’s states that the power station should continue to perform for more than 3,000 cycles.


5-Year Warranty

We are mentioning this several times in this review, because we can’t find another power station with a warranty this long.


Drop-Proof Design

Anker touts this device as impact-resistant, shock-proof, anti-UV, and flame retardant. We haven’t quite experienced any drop, but this is comforting knowing we haul the device in and out of the car frequently, and drops, or impact is inevitable with lots of outdoor use.



Anker has free shipping for the Anker 757 product with 3-7 business days for U.S. locations. Anker uses Amazon for warehousing and logistics.


Returns & Warranty

Customers can return the purchased products within 30 days after receiving the product as long as it is undamaged, and in the same condition it was received. You can read more about the policy here.



Our Review


Power / Functionality

Anker 757 Outlet View

The power specifications of this device speak for themselves. For us, this level of power is exactly what we want for long weekend trips, car camping, and spending time in the outdoors. It allows us to work remotely from anywhere without worrying about our ability to charge our laptops, cameras, phones, watches, radios, and more.

Because of the easy portability and size, it fits nicely into the back of our Subaru with easy access. The handles make it easy to take in and out of the car for further use, or charging. The power station is relatively heavy, so the handles are really nice to have.

Having 13 different ports is incredibly useful. We can basically charge all of our devices at once, and all of the cords easily connect and are well spaced on the power station making it really easy to plug everything in, and have some type of organized system of cables to charge devices.


Ease Of Use

Overall, it is super easy to use. Turning off the light is easy, reading the power levels is easy, turning on AC power is easy. All in all, the whole device couldn’t really be any simpler or more user friendly.



The handles are quite nice on this device. That being said, this is a heavy product. But most power stations of this size are of similar weight. If you need something more portable, you would size down to the Anker 555 – but this is simply the nature of a 1229 Wh power station.


Speed Of Charging

The time it takes to charge to 80% is extremely impressive. In our experience, the power station takes less than an hour to get to 80% when we are down at a low percentage. This is impressive. In addition, all devices plugged into the power station charge just as fast as any other charging location.

We will note – like any other power station – charging in a car takes substantially longer than charging at home. The stats indicate 13.8 hours for a full charge via the car charging cable. This means you’ll want to charge it before leaving your home most likely.

We haven’t charged this device via solar energy, but the stats are impressive for this charging speed:

4.5 hours to be recharged fully using three Anker 100W solar panels.
6.7 hours to be recharged fully using two Anker 100W solar panels.
13.3 hours to be recharged fully using one Anker 100W solar panel.

One full day in the sun with 1 panel will get the power station charged up pretty well.



Anker 757 Side View

The side profile view shows off some cool looking cooling technology.

Simply put – this is a really good looking power station. It has a sleek design, cool colors, and the lighting option is great. This is only a very minor factor, but it is nice to know it will look good sitting in your home, or in your car.


Price & Value

When it comes to power stations of this size, Anker is on the more expensive side. That being said, no other power stations have a warranty like Anker, nor do they appear to be made with the same engineering and quality to last as long as Anker’s power stations. We therefore believe, on an item of this price, paying the extra 10-20% is well worth the investment.


Recommendation And Overall Thoughts:

Overall, we highly recommend this power station from Anker. The quality, and unmatched warranty make this well worth the cost.

If you want a product that is of the highest quality and has a best in class warranty, this is the best option out there.


Max DesMarais

Max DesMarais

Max DesMarais is the founder of hikingandfishing.com. He has a passion for the outdoors and making outdoor education and adventure more accessible. Max is a published author for various outdoor adventure, travel, and marketing websites. He is an experienced hiker, backpacker, fly fisherman, backcountry skier, trail runner, and spends his free time in the outdoors. These adventures allow him to test gear, learn new skills, and experience new places so that he can educate others. Max grew up hiking all around New Hampshire and New England. He became obsessed with the New Hampshire mountains, and the NH 48, where he guided hikes and trail runs in the White Mountains. Since moving out west, Max has continued climbed all of the Colorado 14ers, is always testing gear, learning skills, gaining experience, and building his endurance for outdoor sports. You can read more about his experience here: hikingandfishing/about