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AFERIY P010 800W Power Station/UPS Review

Dustin Abbott

October 27th, 2023

Because the release date of this review was delayed by several months, I’ve had a longer period than usual to test and use the Aferiy P010 power station. Because of it’s very effective UPS function (a changeover of just 10Ms or less), I’ve been using the P010 as my UPS for my computer workstation, and it has functioned flawlessly there. I’ve weathered multiple power outages and been able to not lose work and to control when and how my workstation gets shut down. I break down all the details of the P010 in this video review:

This is not intended to be a full text review (I recommend you watch the video review), but here are some of my notes from that review if you are more text oriented:

Build and Handling

  • 512Wh lithium iron phosphate battery rated for over 3500 charge cycles to 80% (pretty much ten years of daily full recharge cycles)
  • BMS (battery management system)
  • Pure sine wave
  • 800W inverter (surge of up to 1600)
  • 7 year warranty
  • 272mm L | 230mm W | 315mm H | 10.7 x 9.05 x 12.4”
  • 6.5kg or 14.3 lbs.
  • Fixed handle
  • LED light


  • No wireless pad
  • 1 x 120V grounded plugs (800W total)
  • 2 x USB-A ports (Quick Charge – QC 3.0 @ 18W)
  • 1 x USB-C PD 100W
  • 2 x USB-C PD 20W
  • 12V/10A car outlet
  • Inputs AC (no power brick) and MPPT style DC input (solar or car charging)
  • No Grounding connector
  • Good screen with percentage readouts for output and input


  • Fast charge up to 600W – combo of AC and solar.  Charge in one hour
  • Up to 400W AC input (to 80% – charge in about 1.5 hours
  • Up to 200W from Solar – about 3 hours
  • UPS mode 800W/800W out (10ms or less)


  • 900W tea kettle tests – ran without issue (standard draw at about 600W) brought water to boil in right over 5 minutes – 12% of battery used
  • Blow dryer rated at 1875W.  Ran at 850W range stable.  Used high capacity power station and got over 1400W of draw – points stealth “lift mode” (will run certain higher draw items at stable lower rate. Use caution, as this works fine with some things but not others)
  • Blenders ran no issue – drew a little less power but smaller load.
  • No issues at PC over three month test period.  Some battery slip over several weeks to 90% and then recharges.

Things I Like

  • Good number and variety of DC ports – both USB-A and C
  • UPS mode – quick and effective.
  • Powerful inverter for this price point
  • Internalized AC adapter
  • Quiet fan – good desktop companion (even with fan less than 60db)

Things I Don’t Like

  • Only one AC port
  • No Wireless charging
  • AC power button on side (no light up)

I like this best as a workstation UPS.  The great variety of USB ports makes it a great place to charge other things.  Few AC ports make it less practical for power outage.  Very strong value for an 800W inverter (well under $500) Worth considering particularly as a desktop unit for UPS and using as a DC powerbank for charging other devices.


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