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Bluetti EB70 Portable Power Station discounted with 716 Wh capacity and up to 1000 W output

The Bluetti EB70 Portable Power Station has a 716 Wh capacity. (Image source: Bluetti)
The Bluetti EB70 Portable Power Station has a 716 Wh capacity. (Image source: Bluetti)
The Bluetti EB70 Portable Power Station is currently discounted in Europe, with a £100 (~US$123) or €50 (~US$53) saving. The device has multiple ports, including 230 V AC outlets, 100 W USB-C ports and a 15 W wireless charging pad. Plus, you can recharge the LiFePO4 battery with a 716 Wh capacity in four hours.

The Bluetti EB70 Portable Power Station is currently on offer on the brand’s website. The device, also known as the Bluetti PowerOak EB70, has a 716 Wh capacity from a LiFePO4 battery.

The power station has two 230 V AC outlets, two 5V USB-A ports, two 12 V DC outputs and a 12 V car outlet. For smaller devices such as smartphones, you can use two 100 W fast-charging USB-C ports or a 15 W wireless charging pad. You can use the EB70 to power multiple devices simultaneously with a maximum power output of 1,000 W.

You can recharge the devices at up to 200 W via an AC outlet in four hours, via up to two solar panels in around six hours, or via a 12 V car outlet in approximately eight hours. The gadget has a built-in LED light with various brightness modes. The portable power station weighs 9.7 kg (21.4 lbs) and measures 32 x 21.6 x 22.1 cm (12.6 x 8.5 x 8.7-in).

You can currently buy the Bluetti EB70 Portable Power Station for £649 (~US$799) or €749 (~US$792), saving £100 (~US$123) or €50 (~US$53) off the regular retail price. The devices are estimated to ship in early July and are available in gray, blue and turquoise.

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Polly Allcock, 2022-06-22 (Update: 2022-06-22)