Springtime is finally here and you know what that means. Backyard barbecues, weekend trips to the beach, and camping trips. And while it’s great to just be outside enjoying the world around you, we still rely on technology to the point that we need our devices to be properly charged. That’s where the Bluetti EB70 hopes to join the party.
Earlier this year, we shared some information about Bluetti’s latest series of power stations, including the likes of the Bluetti EP500 and the EB70. While the EP500 is still slated to launch later this year, the EB70 has arrived and is available to order today.
Unlike the EP500, the EB70 is the perfect portable power station companion for all of your Summer adventures. Measuring in at 13-inches long by 8.7-inches deep and 9-inches tall, the EB70 is small enough to fit almost anywhere. You won’t have to worry about straining yourself when carrying it either, as the EB70 weighs just a little more than 20 pounds. Plus, there’s a nice foldable handle at the top to avoid an awkward carrying when finding the perfect picnic spot with the EB70.
When it comes to power, the EB70 surely does not disappoint. You’ll get up to 700W of power on a single charge, along with plenty of ports to support just about any device you can think of. There are dual 100W USB-C ports with Power Delivery 3.0, perfect for your laptops, tablets, or even your smartphones. And if those USB-C ports are being taken up, you can still charge your phone thanks to the 15W wireless charger found on the top of the EB70.
Going back to those 100W USB-C chargers, usually you have to worry about slower speeds when charging two devices at the same time. You can throw those concerns out of the window with the Bluetti EB70, as these charging ports provide a total output power of up to 200W. This ensures your laptops will charge as fast as the manufacturer allows, without being hindered by the charger that you’re using.
Bluetti EB70 Specs
|Rated Output Power||700W|
|USB-C Output||100W x 2 (PD3.0)|
|Pure Sine Wave Inverter||Yes|
|Cell Chemistry||LifePO4, Up to 2500+ Charge Cycles|
|Dimensions||320 x 217 x 222 mm (12.6 x 8.5 x 8.7-inches)|
|Net Weight||21.3lbs (9.7kg)|
|Max Input Power||200W|
|Solar Input||12~28V, Up to 200W (MPPT)|
|Operating Environment||-4~104 F (-20~40 C)|
Other ports that you’ll find include two traditional three-prong AC outlets, along with two more two-prong outlets. There’s even a DC car charger on the front that can be used to charge something else, or it can be used to recharge the EB70 with the help of your car.
Speaking of recharging, it’s going to happen at some point in time, as you’ll end up running out of juice on the EB70. Thankfully, there are plenty of options to choose from to get the EB70 back up to 100% ahead of your next trip. Bluetti includes a 200W AC adapter, which will get your EB70 recharged in about four hours. And that Car Charger port can get you up and running in up to eight hours, or as quick as four hours, depending on the speeds of your car charger.
Perhaps the coolest method for re-charging is through the help of the Bluetti SP200 solar panels. When using this method, you’ll see 100% in about four hours, the same as the traditional AC adapter that you would use in the home. And while the SP200 panel does not come with the EB70, it’s a worthwhile investment considering that you can forget worrying about needing to find somewhere to charge your power station when on an extended road trip or camping trip. Between the SP200 and EB70, you can even go so far as to just live on the road, using the EB70 as your primary power source for everything from charging your devices to having some lights and much more.
If you’ve been holding off on pre-ordering the Bluetti EB70, you might not want to wait any longer. The latest power station from Bluetti is available now and to celebrate, the company is taking off $100 for everyone who purchases one. That brings the price down to just $499, which is a steal of a deal if you have been looking for a power station. You definitely won’t want to wait too much longer, as Bluetti isn’t expected to keep this deal rolling forever.