BLUETTI EB70S Portable Power Station | 800W 716Wh



  • 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.

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The EB70S portable power station was born from ultimate innovation and stay-of-the-art technologies. It features the 800W/ 1000W power inverter and 716Wh LiFePO4 battery pack, which is enough to power your essentials on the road or during power outages.

Power All Loads For The Road

12 output ports are sure to meet your needs for charging different devices simultaneously. A 15-watt wireless charging pad at the top greatly facilitates the charging of cellphone. From mini-refrigerators to LED lights, it is a great storage option for camping and emergency use.

Designed For Life On-the-go

Power multiple devices Such as LED lights, fans, projectors and more, build a movable theater, enjoy a movie feast with your family during the camping or RV trip.

Easy Portability, Endless Possibility

With a built-in ergonomic handle design, it can be easily lifted and moved with just one hand. An excellent backup power source to rest assured without worry about running out of power or an unexpected power failure.

A Must-have Camping Partner

As compact as 12.6*8.5*8.7inch of dimension and weights only 21.4lbs, EB70S is designed for campers or hikers, which can power almost all your essentials on the road. From your phone, laptop to an electric cooker. It can simply be charged by solar panels, thus you do not have to worry about electricity consumption at all.

Never Run Out of Power

Suitable for various occasions

  • Camping with lots of electronic gear.

  • Camping with lots of electronic gear.

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Cell Chemistry:
Management System:
BMS, Over Voltage Protection, Short Circuit Protection


4*AC Output:
100-120v,800W (1400W Surge)
2*USB-A Output:
1*Car Port:
DC 12V,10A
2*DC Outputs:
12V, 10A, 5.5mm x 2.1mm
2*Type-C PD Outputs:
1*Wireless Charging Pad:
1*LED Lighting:
Full Bright/Half Bright/SOS Flash Mode
12V~28V, 200W Max


AC Adapter:
3-4 Hours
1*BLUETTI PV200 (200W):
fully recharge from 0-100% in 5-6 hours.
1*BLUETTI PV120 (120W):
fully recharge from 0-100% in 7-8 hours.
12V Car Adaptor:
7-8 Hours


21.4lb (9.7 kg)
Dimensions (LxWxD):
12.6*8.5*8.7 in(32*21.6*22.1cm)
Operating Usage Temperature:
14-104F (-10-40℃)
CEC, DOE, FCC, QC3.0, CA Prop 65
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Customer Reviews

Based on 11 reviews
Multiple outlets

The EB70 700 watt portable generator has multiple DC outputs and 4 110-120VAC outlets. The outputs are enabled as a group by a small lighted switch. I found that the LED on these switches is very hard to see in full sunlight outdoors. The AC inverter only runs when the AC switch is turned on. Two of the AC outlets can be 3-prong and two outlets only have two prongs. In fact, even the three-prong-capable outlets are not grounded. Because the unit is portable, it doesn’t have an earth ground, so there is nothing to connect the ground prong to. That’s the nature of any portable power source. However, all of the AC outlets are polarized for safety. I measured 110 VAC on these AC outlets. Of course, this is fine for any 110-120 VAC devices and appliances that require 700 watts or less.

The DC outputs include two USB-C ports (100 watts each to easily power laptop computers and fast charging phones), two USB-A ports (5V, 3A), two round ports (12V regulated, 10A) one cigarette lighter port (12V regulated, 10A), and one 15w wireless charging pad on the top surface. The wireless charging pad is powerful enough to charge my Google Pixel 5 phone right through its Otter Box protective case (I love that!). I measured 13.3 volts on the 12V regulated outputs, which I understand is normal when no current is flowing.

In addition to all that, this bluetti generator also has a very bright flashlight built into the front face that has two brightness levels and a third level that automatically flashes the Morse Code “SOS” signal. The light is perfect for getting the CPAP set up at bedtime.

Finally, the front face contains a color graphical display of the charge state of the battery, the current input wattage and the current combined output wattage.

The device includes a hideaway folding carrying handle. I didn’t think I would like this kind of handle from the look in the pictures but now that I’ve used it for a while I really like it. It feels very solid.

Overall I think the Bluetti EB70 is a very well designed and solidly built 700w generator with a great feature set using long lasting batteries. It’s perfect for our needs.

LiFePo4 battery, a good trend

The EB70 is made with Lithium Iron Phosphate (LiFePo4) batteries which have much longer life and are a little safer than the older batteries used in older designs. The switch to LiFePo4 batteries follows a welcome trend that Bluetti started last year with their AC200P.

Something you need to know

I connect the two 100w panels in parallel (through a parallel connector I added) and the EB70 says it gets about 136 watts while charging in full sun. Our panels are rated with a Voc of 21.6v, Vpm of 17.3v, Ipm 5.78a and Isc of 6.13a. Connected in parallel, this would result in Vpm of 17.3v and Ipm of 11.56a, BUT, the EB70 limits the charging current to 8 amps. It’s so much fun to use power that you know was captured free and clean, directly from the sun.

The device comes with a 120v charger (25.2V, 8A for the absolute maximum charging speed) and the cables necessary to charge it optionally through a 12V car cigarette lighter and a solar panel. Only one charging source can be connected at a time. The charger is an efficient MPPT (Maximum Power Point Tracking).

Both the 120v charger and the EB70 itself have cooling fans. During charging (and discharging above about 300 watts) the EB70 cooling fan turns on. It’s quiet enough for me and I would rather have a unit that has a reasonable fan that only turns on at higher wattages because it’s going to ensure the generator lasts a lot longer. Considering that, the fan inside the EB70 is very reasonable in my view. It is rare that we will ever use this unit at 300 watts or above so I had to pack it up with high wattage devices just to test the fan. For our normal discharge usage, the fan never turns on, making the unit totally silent. Overall it's a great power for camping.

Great 700w Solar Generator

The Bluetti EB70 is the perfect size for camping trips. My wife uses a CPAP machine to sleep well so it is necessary even when we are tent camping. We used to take a 500 wh unit with us and it kind of worked, but all we could use it for was the CPAP and it always ran out of power a little before we wanted to wake up. We bought the 716 watt-hour, 700 watt power station, Bluetti EB70 to replace that older unit and it works perfectly. In the morning it still has 40% of the battery left, allowing us to use it for other things like charging our phones, LED lights and powering our laptop computer. For multiple nights, we have two 100 watt solar panels that charge the EB70 from near zero to full in about 5 hours, or from 40% to full in just three hours of full sun.

Very nice bluetti generator with a ton of power available

I ordered this unit, and it arrived fairly quickly. But I live very near the distribution center for Bluetti, so I essentially got it in two days. Unfortunately, the first one I got had a problem — it wouldn't charge with DC or AC or solar. Of course, it arrive about 75% charged, so I was able to use it until I received a new one.

I sent a message to Bluetti, and they responded within a day. They actually sent me a replacement product and told me to put the defective one in the shipping box that contained the new one. It was the most trouble-free replacement ever.
With 700W of power, it pretty much can handle all of my power needs while traveling to various camping sites. Great portable electric generator for camping.

Here are some of the things I like:
1. The LCD screen tells you how many watts are coming in to charge your battery and how many are being used. And the screen is bright and clear.
2. It has an ECO mode that shuts off the AC outlets to conserve energy.
3. It's not extremely heavy, at around 13 kg. So you can easily move it from car to tent to picnic table.
4. It uses the more advanced lithium technology, so I can expect a very long life.
5. It has two 60W USB-C ports which keep my iPad and MacBook Pro fully charged. I had no issues with them.

What I don't like:
1. As many have said, the AC charger is loud. There's a fan going constantly (I don't know why it doesn't shut off when the power station is full, but I'm not an engineer who has to worry about various issues). I wish they could fix that.
2. The AC brick is HUGE.
3. There are only 2 USB ports. I wish there were four. The EB55 has 4 USB A ports and 1 USB C port, so I don't know why they didn't keep the 4 USB A with this one. It's a minor point.
4. The little LED lights that show you when the AC and DC ports are on are hard to see. I wish they were brighter.
5. The wireless charger isn't Qi compliant, so some devices with wireless charging may not play well with it. I could not charge my Airpods Pro on it. And my iPhone was hit and miss.
All-in-all, I love this power station. I was disappointed that the first one didn't work, but Bluetti made me a happy customer by getting me a new one quickly.

The things that I don't like about it are very minor, so I still give this a strong recommendation.



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