I wish I had bought a spare of the one I'm using, since it appears to no longer be on Amazon (update: just found it on Alieexpress
but can't ship to US for some reason, tariffs maybe; wrote to them asking how to order more)
It's been rock solid. Two USB-A QC 3.0 ports for misc small devices up to 36W total between the two, and a PD 3.0 65W USB-C port for super fast PD charging my android phone or surface laptop. I'm not sure what protocol apple uses for fast charging though. Here's what it supports:
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Caveat: Some Amazon reviewers had complained theirs failed early. I suspect it's because a) they were using the cig-lighter end plugged into a van cig outlet (I personally think that's a bad idea when drawing lots of power over long periods of time) or b) the device only works well with a stable input voltage. All I know is I've never once had an issue, but mine mine is hard-wired into my 48V house DC power system and fed by the always-stable 13.8V output from my DC to DC converter.
In any event, I would try to find something you can hard wire. When pulling that much power, if you bump a cig style device, or it's turned awkwardly and the contact patch is small, they can arc/melt. My brother in law had that happen in his Jeep. I guess you can hard wire a socket, then shove one of those into it, but that seems just as bad. But if others have had good luck for long periods with the cig styles pulling high watts, then maybe they're fine.
A goal zero just for PD/USB charging is probably nice and all, but it's a bit overkill if you already have a full blown house power system. I paid $40 for my device, so even $400 (now $549) is a huge extra cost. And the one I'm using weighs a few ounces and fits in the palm of my hand.