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EcoFlow Delta Pro EF3 Portable Power Station £887.98 instore @ Costco

£887.98£1,69948% off
In store: Greater Manchester · Costco Deals
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- Never lose power again: DELTA has a huge 1260Wh capacity that keeps your home devices fully charged during power outages and emergencies.
- The world’s fastest charging portable power stations: EcoFlow have the world's fastest charging power stations. DELTA charges from 0-80% in under an hour, giving you a quick boost of power even during the worst situations
- Power your essential devices: With 4 x AC outlets (1800W total rated output, pure sine wave outlets), DELTA lets you power essential devices when you’re at home and heavy-duty power tools when you’re working outdoors.
- One device to rule them all: DELTA can power up to 11 devices at the same time. That’s enough juice for brewing a cup of coffee, listening to your favourite radio station, or journeying into Middle-earth again.
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    Delta 2 with better batteries available loifePO4, this uses li-ion so won’t last as long… good deal for price though so heat from me as they’re about 1k from what I’ve seen.
    (but I’ll stick with my river 2 max which I have on Order at half this price (for less than half the power - but adequate for my needs) (edited)
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    The Costco item is a glorified ups ... renamed a power station ... the technology inside is broadly the same ... but with price tag of 3 times the price ... which is pretty laughable for technically what it does... both contain batteries an inverter and are rated similarly ... they do the same job .. store Kw's ... lol
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    "Technology broadly the same" doesn't mean it is the same.

    If you're comparing to some mass market el cheapo UPS with short run times, modified square wave and a lead acid battery you're not making a fair comparison.

    Here's a UPS with "technology broadly the same," you could use your argument and say where's the extra 2 grand's worth?

    amazon.co.uk/Sma…KXD (edited)
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    By the way OP, this is NOT the Delta PRO, it is the oldest and smallest Delta at 1260Wh before the Delta mini came out, the new version is the Delta 2 at £1,099 ecoflow-delta-2

    THIS is the Delta Pro power-2go.com/pro…ro/
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    How do these compare with the Jackery and can you set them up to charge with portable solar panels in the same way? (edited)
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    These are in another league to Jackery, connecting to solar panels is as easy as putting in a plug, superb recharge time, can be recharged by mains, solar and car 12v OR if you get the Pro super fast by the national EV Car charging stations.
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    With all of these devices, bear in mind that while they might be quite handy in an emergency you're paying a huge amount of money for something which actually stores less than 50p worth of electricity. Meaning, of course, that it will provide power up to that value only - not a lot.
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    Anybody buying one of these with intentions of saving money, have no clue what they are buying. That is not the purpose of these things
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    !!!!!! OVERPRICED ... is an understatement ... !!!!!!

    Get a 1200w UPS for under £240 !

    cpc.farnell.com/pow…ups
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    Ha ha , do you know what this is lol . That product you linked isn’t the same type of product as this battery pack
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    "Should be" is pretty meaningless on pricing. This does seem to be a discount on what you'd paid elsewhere, although nowhere near the headline saving.

    Both this and the 1612Wh power station strike me as fitting in a bit of a no mans land of utility. A 500Wh unit is plenty to do most things a 1kwh/1.6kwh unit can do, things like keep phones/tablets/laptops charged, run some USB devices etc. If you want to use for generating electricity using solar over a longer outage then unless you invest a lot you don't need extra capacity. The things you can't do with a 500Wh unit you probably can't do, or won't last long on a larger unit, for example powering a decent PC, any form of heating, appliances with high energy demand. If you're going to spend thousands then I'd be looking at whether to put that kind of money towards some form of home battery solution with/without solar.

    I'm not saying there isn't a use case but I I do think people should think about their requirements carefully and be realistic about which could be met by more expensive battery power stations.
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    Bluetti all the way, I'm afraid. I'll only get LiFePO batteries for things like this.

    The EB55 and EB70s have been great.
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    My goodness you have to laugh at some of the naive comments on here, some people need to get out more and see what goes on in the world
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    Nearly £900 for something that won't even power a kettle in a blackout 😳
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    Gutted because I was hoping to rent out to the National Grid..
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    If you think this is expensive check out running your whole home on them:

    ecoflow.com/us/…WAQ
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    Now HERE is a one VERY happy camper with his Ecoflow Delta Max, go straight to 12:30 on the video to see it, if your into small Weber BBQ's hang around after that clip ends and see what he gets up to next

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    But he got his for Free for advertising it on his channel. I would be happy with free ! Daz is actually clueless on battery systems
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