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Posted 20 May 2023

BLUETTI EB3A 600W 268Wh Portable Solar Power Station LiFePO4 - £269 @ bluetti_power - eBay

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Seems like a decent deal, capacity a little small but 600w pure sine wave for the price isn't bad.

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4138233_1.jpg[Tiny but Mighty] - With a 600W AC inverter, 268Wh LiFePO4 battery pack, and 8 outlets, this power station will keep your essential devices powered on the go or during a home power outage.

[Ultra-fast Charging] - No bulky power brick, a single cable is good to charge EB3A at most 350W; you also can use the PV+AC together for 80% SOC in just 30min. (Solar charging cable not included.)

[Harness the Power of Sun] - The built-in MPPT controller supports up to 200W of solar input, enabling you to make an ideal solar generator with BLUETTI PV120/PV200 solar panel.

[Reliable UPS] - EB3A instantly provides backup power when the grid fails, protecting your desktop PC, file servers, and other sensitive devices from data loss or damage.

[What You Get] - BLUETTI EB3A portable power station, AC charging cable, user manual, 24-month warranty, and friendly customer service.
4138233_1.jpgTINY BUT MIGHTY

LiFePO4 battery with 2500+ life cycles
Premium BMS technology
Support pass-through charging
1 x 600W AC Outlets (1200W surge)
1 x 100W Type-C+2 x USB-A
1 x Wireless charger
1 x Car Port+2 x DC 5521


Remaining Time Indicator*
AC/DC Indicator
Input/Output Power
Battery Capacity
ECO Mode/UPS Indicator
Error Warning/Alert

* This indicator tells the remaining charge/discharge time.

AC-Standard: 0-100% in 1.5 hours
AC-Turbo: 0-100% in 1.3 hours
AC-Silent: no fan kicks in, noise-free
Solar panel: 0-100% in 2-4 hours
Solar+AC: 0-100% in 1.1 hours
Also support: car socket, generator

* Solar/car charging cable is sold separately.
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  1. Matthew_Wallbank's avatar
    Id stay away from this, all you have to do is google 'bluetti eb3a problems' and they have over heating problems along with many more and customer services are non existant when you want to try get things sorted
    A57ton's avatar
    They take about 5 days and then respond with some generic rubbish.

    Whilst the English is legible in their response, they can never really grasp what you are saying.

    I have had better more productive conversations with chatgpt. (edited)
  2. A57ton's avatar
    I have the AC50s. It’s twice the capacity but only 300W. It was effectively free.

    I got it as part of a Black Friday deal. It should have been £200, and include a free gift.

    I was at logger heads with them as they never sent the free gift, and the solar cable didn’t include o-rings. An MC4 connector isn’t waterproof without the o-rings.

    Their ‘friendly’ support are pretty pathetic, and after over 20 emails back and forth (3 months of my time) I ended up raising a charge back on my credit card.

    The unit is OK for free, but the quality from Bluetti isn’t great. Makes some awful sequels sometimes when it’s running (varistors?). I can only assume poor quality components.
    xena_wales's avatar
    Nobody got the free gift as far as I'm aware. (edited)
  3. cannrobe's avatar
    Isn't this sort of normal price for most power stations - £1 per Wh -ish?
    ThePrince's avatar
    Yes, that's correct. You generally get better bang for your buck with larger power stations. I wouldn't recommend something this small. Once you get used to using one of these, you almost certainly want to upgrade to something larger. If you really need a portable power station, my advice would be to go for the largest capacity you can afford and carry. (edited)
  4. puskin's avatar
    Be careful, this one is not using LiFePO4 - so much higher cell degradation for repeated recharge/discharge cycles...
  5. Vish1's avatar
    Looks very retro. Reminds me of my grandma’s portable radio
  6. a666andy's avatar
    268wh if anyone's wondering.

    I got the same price from amazon, they keep messing with the price and vouchers for it but keeps coming back down to this price.

    The fast recharge is very handy
  7. Walrus_Man's avatar
    I thought this was a boom box!
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