Save $100 on a Bluetti EB70 Portable Power Station

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With travel still questionable, camping can be a great alternative. There aren’t as many restrictions, and you can keep to yourself. If you’re not the roughing-it type and want to have the comforts of home with you, specifically your phone, laptop, e-reader, smartwatch, etc., you’ll need a power source. A great option is the Bluetti EB70 Portable Power Station. You’ll be able to power everything you need to, including appliances!

The power station is made of a fireproof exterior and is available in Mint Green, Steel Gray, and Camine. With rubber feet and a foldable carry handle, it’s perfect for on the go. It has up to 700W continuous pure sine wave power, giving you the same or better power than you have in your home.

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With four AC outlets and two USB outlets, the Bluetti EB70 Portable Power Station has everything you need to power all your devices and appliances. It can charge nearly all USB-C laptops at full speed and can recharge two laptops at full speed simultaneously. A 16″ MacBook Pro can be fully charged up to six times. These outlets mean fewer adapters to carry with you.

The portable power station has a 716Wh lithium-ion phosphate battery pack, making it the most stable, durable battery chemistry. With the BMS controller, it can last for more than 2500 charge cycles. After this point, the detained capacity will drop to 80 percent.

The EB70 can be charged through solar (solar panels sold separately), your car, gas-fired generator, or with the AC/DC adapter it ships with, making it very versatile. Between the four options, it will take from four to eight hours to recharge.

You can get the power station now with a $100 off coupon and pay just $499.

Bluetti EB70 Portable Power Station

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