BLUETTI EB70S Portable Power Station | 800W 716Wh
716WH/800W PORTABLE POWER STATION
- Massive 716Wh capacity and 800W rated wattage
- The ultra-stable LiFePO4 battery chemistry,2500+ life cycles
- 4*110V AC outlets, 2*100W PD ports, 2*5V/3A USB-A ports, 2*regulated 12V/10A DC outputs, 1*12V/10A car port,1*15W wireless charging pad.
- With max input of 200W, this power station can be fully recharged in 3-4 hrs with solar panels (OCV 12-28V, 200W)
- It can also get fully recharged from an AC wall outlet in 3-4 hrs or a 12V car port in 7-8 hrs.
2-year Hassle Free
Stay Powered, Wherever Life Takes You
Power All Loads For The Road
Designed For Life On-the-go
Easy Portability, Endless Possibility
A Must-have Camping Partner
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I purchased a BLUETTI EB70S 716Wh/800W Portable Power Station with PV120 120W Foldable Solar Panel from Amazon and wanted to give you a few comments.
I received the EB70S (factory box inside of a shipping box) first and the PV120 (no shipping box, only in the factory box) the next day, the PV120 factory box did have a hole punched into the side of the box due to shipping, but the PV120 appears to be working.
The Car charging cable and AC Adaptor are also working great, just wish the Car charging cable was a little longer (36") with a right angle connector for the charging port on the EB70s. Which could make it a little more easy to fit/use in a car. Also, Wish it came with a Carrying Case Bag.
The battery bar graph is ok, but It would be great to have a better Battery Capacity display with percentage/time displayed instead of a bar graph.
Size, shape and weight of the power station/PV120 are perfect, easy to transport and setup. My family members also find it very easy, fun to setup and simple to use.
I have been using it for my portable Ham Radio Station, it will power my computer, radio station and a few electronic gadgets just fine, and with the PV120 connected, I can operate the station all day.
This is the first solar power generator we have purchased and are very impressed with its capabilities. It has worked better that expected and look forward to expanding our use of the power station. After using the EB70s, already thinking about a higher capacity BLUETTI power station.
I've used it for roof tent and portable pellet grill. Plenty of power. Only thing is I've forgotten to turn the device off and drained the battery. Some power consumption levels attached.
After the storms last year, we realized that our fireplace wasn't that great without the fan turned on to push the heat out into the room. But because of the bad storms, we had no electricity to run it.
So this year, we decided to purchase the EB70S and keep it next to our fireplace so that if the electricity went out again, we'd at least be able to heat some of our house and stay warm. We got a good deal on it by bundling the PV120 solar panel in our purchahse.
It arrived very quickly and was well packaged to avoid damage. We immediately set it up and began running some tests.
I LOVE how the front shows you the power output so that you can more easily estimate how long you have to run your devices! Our fireplace fan takes about 100 watts to run continuously, so we should be able to get about 7 hours out of the battery.
I also tested our portable heater and was pleased to see that it could at least run it on low-heat mode. The regular full-heat pulled too much power (it's rated at 1000W) but in a pinch, it means we could huddle up into a small room and run the heater for a few hours.
We also plugged in the solar panel one day to test it, and I was surprised to see that I came very close to the max rated output in direct sunlight. It obviously dropped a bit when a cloud passed over, and I had to reposition it a few times to keep the wattage up, but if you play your cards right, I think you could fully charge the battery with a single panel throughout the day.
I've also used the battery to charge my laptop (a 14" Macbook Pro) when there was no outlet nearby, and we have started using it to charge the kid's iPad so we don't have to have long cables strung across the house.
It's been really great, and I'm now looking at some of the beefier solutions from Bluetti for home backup and a side-hustle that I'm looking to start.
All-in-all, the EB70S has been a great buy for us, and I'd recommend it over other brands for the simplicity, features, and ease of use!
With all the power stations on the market I have to say, Bluetti makes the best design and quality. Some may say its just a power station, but I can appreciate something that not only works really well but is good looking. The LiFePO4 battery chemistry is also great to have and worth sacrificing some features competition may have for it. I don’t care for a phone app but I’d like to see Bluetti add more information on the screen of their smaller units (hours left, exact percentage, and etc.). Mostly needed this for camping and this is the perfect size/ capacity for a weekend camping trip.
Does what it says it can do
Q1: What devices can be charged/powered by BLUETTI EB70S?A:
A:At first, please check the rated power of your electronics. For EB70, the maximum rated output power is 800W, which means that if the total power of your devices exceeds 800W, the inverter will shut off.
Q2:How long will EB70S power my device?A:
Working time (estimation) = (716Wh*0.85) / operating power of your device. Please note that the actual working time may vary under different environments.
Q3: Can it be charged by using 2 solar panels in series?A:
Yes, just make sure the total open-circuit voltage (VOC) of the solar panels is less than 28V, otherwise it may trigger the charging over-voltage protection.
Q4: Can it charge and discharge simultaneously?A:
Yes, but it is not recommended to charge and discharge at the same time in order to protect the battery life.