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Bluetti EB70: Why not provide your own electricity?

The year is 2022, and gas and electricity are in short supply – and not just because of the war in Ukraine. That’s why the German government is recommending that companies in particular buy emergency power generators. According to the traffic light coalition, operators of critical infrastructures in particular should make their own provisions to prevent outages, as ZDF reports. Powerstations like the Bluetti PowerOak EB70 provide a quick, inexpensive and even more environmentally friendly remedy – especially when they are also available on sale.

Bluetti EB70: Innovation meets performance

There are countless power stations or energy solutions in the manufacturer’s portfolio. Among them, for example, the Bluetti EB70, with which you can supply your electrical appliances with energy all by yourself and self-sufficiently. And it doesn’t matter whether you’re at home or on the road.

This is made possible by a 1,000-watt inverter that is supplied with energy via rechargeable batteries with an impressive capacity of 716 watt hours. And all this in a compact generator complete with carrying handle that measures just 32 cm x 21.6 cm x 22.1 cm and weighs only 9.7 kg, making it easy to take along to the next camping vacation or excursion.

What’s more, it doesn’t matter whether you plug devices into the two standard AC outlets, the two USB-C or USB-A ports, two regulated 12 V / 10 A DC outlets, or the 12 V / 10 A car port: The Bluetti PowerOak EB70 simply powers everything. You even have a wireless charging pad with 15 watts of power at your disposal. So you can face the next power outage or vacation trip in the great outdoors with peace of mind.

In addition to these ten power outputs in total, you can easily read all the important information, for example about the input and output power or the battery status, on the generous LCD screen. And if it ever gets dark, the integrated LED light provides pleasant lighting if desired.

Strong and safe batteries, charging also by solar

The Bluetti EB70 Powerstation is equipped with 716 Wh LiFePO4 battery cells. These are not only significantly safer than normal lithium-ion batteries or similarly stored solutions, but also much more durable and heat-resistant.

Without going into too much detail: LiFePO4 batteries, due to their alternating electron flow, offer a significantly longer lifespan at a comparable capacity compared to NCM and lithium-ion batteries. They are also, for the same performance, particularly lightweight and significantly more efficient. They also require virtually no maintenance over their lifetime.

The Bluetti EB70’s ultra-stable LiFePO4 battery chemistry is rated for over a full 2,500 charge cycles, making the powerstation a reliable companion for many years to come.

Charged in under 4 hours, even by solar

At a standard AC outlet, the Powerstation is fully charged in just 3-4 hours, at a 12 V carport connection in just 7-8 hours.

And if you prefer to go completely green, you can also power the EB70 completely using solar panels (OCV 12-28 V, 200 W), which also takes 3-4 hours.

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Thanks to safe and fast-charging batteries, you don’t have to do without anything even on a family vacation by the sea. (Image: Bluetti)

Imagine enjoying a camping vacation by the sea with your family. You made a movie night in the evening, provided cold drinks with a mobile refrigerator and cooked something nice afterwards.

The Bluetti EB70 Powerstation reliably supplied all these devices with power and is fully charged again the next day, only by solar energy, while you were relaxing on the beach and in the sea. It doesn’t get more convenient than that.

Price and Availability of the Bluetti EB70

You can now secure the Bluetti EB70 mobile power station directly from the manufacturer with a whopping 100 euro discount. At a price of just 699.00 euros, you’ll be ready for anything against power and gas shortages, power outages or simply on vacation.

Alternatively, the manufacturer also offers larger and smaller solutions. These include the EB55 Powerstation with 700 watts of power or the Bluetti EP500Pro with an impressive capacity of 5,100 watt hours.

Simon Lüthje

I am co-founder of this blog and am very interested in everything that has to do with technology, but I also like to play games. I was born in Hamburg, but now I live in Bad Segeberg.

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The year is 2022, and gas and electricity are in short supply – and not just because of the war in Ukraine. That’s why the German government is recommending that companies in particular buy emergency power generators. According to the traffic light coalition, operators of critical infrastructures in particular should make their own provisions to … (Weiterlesen...)

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