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Bluetti EB150 Portable Power Station

Randall

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We have a van that we use on holidays etc. We keep it empty (not set up for camping) so that it is universal - haul mtb bikes, move big loads, go on holiday with bikes, gear and a staghound etc. One thing I'd really like is a small fridge for vegetables, one or two bottles of stout, meat, and milk. This power station looks pretty amazing, and it will charge up phones etc too. The only downside I can see is that it won't charge from the car; it will charge from a solar panel though.
 

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What a great unit, first time I’ve seen one.👍

Mark from Biker Bits does some spot on reviews.

trying to work out if I need it now 🥴
 

WanderOn

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Randall
Depending on the power consumption of your fridge and time you’re away it may not last.
A waeco 45l consuming 2.2A at 12v equates to 26.4W.
Divide 1000w/h by 26.4W gives you 37.87 hours of capacity without any charging.
A bit unusual it’s not setup for charging from the vehicle although large gauge cable would be required at 12V.
 

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Randall
Depending on the power consumption of your fridge and time you’re away it may not last.
A waeco 45l consuming 2.2A at 12v equates to 26.4W.
Divide 1000w/h by 26.4W gives you 37.87 hours of capacity without any charging.
A bit unusual it’s not setup for charging from the vehicle although large gauge cable would be required at 12V.
I was hoping for your feedback. I could live with 2 days; or even just run it during the day, unless it's really hot. I wouldn't get too serious. I probably wouldn't get a 45l either, although smaller fridges don't necessarily use less power. It does look like an awesome out of the box solution; usb, 12v cigarette lighter socket, ac and dc, and it's all managed and fairly portable.

Our own fridge we generally keep at 10°C. It was a surprise to me; previous to that we'd get vegetables damaged by being too cold.
 

WanderOn

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Let me know if I can help. I’m setting up my camper trailer with battery etc to charge off the car.
 
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