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mehoff88 asked this question on 08-15-2022 at 09:59 PM
08-18-2022 at 11:29 AM
What? Every single car made has at least one 12 volt power "car socket" if not multiples.
08-18-2022 at 09:01 PM
"Car sockets" provide DC power, which is much more efficient. A fan or CPAP will work much longer when powered via DC than converting from a DC battery to an AC wall plug connection.

You can go to any truck stop and find a myriad of DC devices that use a car socket.
NmnT asked this question on 08-18-2022 at 12:27 PM
08-18-2022 at 01:29 PM
My Model Y gets about 280 Wh/Mi. This product is 289 Wh. So about a mile or less. Maybe a little more (like marginally) distance for your Model 3 in theory. That said, you're probably better off calling a tow truck for probably the same price or maybe even free depending on your insurance.
08-25-2022 at 01:20 PM
your better off going to a house nearby and offering them $20 to charge using their dryer outlet for an hour or so and you will get 15miles per hour. We did that when we were in a remote location and were low on charge since electricity is available everywhere (houses, business, gas stations, even light poles have an outlet) but gas is only available at a gas station. We also saw an RV out of gas that waited 2 hours for a tow truck to bring them a gallon of gas. only if the rv was electric it could have gotten electricity practically anywhere.
joeybear asked this question on 08-19-2022 at 02:20 PM
08-19-2022 at 02:20 PM
Depends if you are using a humidifier or just a portable CPAP with no water tank. With no water tank or the humidifier turned off you should get multiple nights with the smaller unit here.
sickysickybrah asked this question on 08-19-2022 at 02:34 PM
08-19-2022 at 02:34 PM
some can.. have you look at the saw amp requirements. especially the startup amps needed.

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Unless you are willing to pay more for Anker brand, I would do some comparison shopping. These ~300wh units with standard lithium cells are usually in the 120-170 dollar range as a regular non-sale price. Around $200 you get into LiFePo4 batteries which are way more durable in terms of charge cycles.
Bluetti EB3A is currently $240 but routinely goes down around $200. It recharges in 1 hour instead of 3, it comes with LiFePo4 batteries (They last longer than Li-Ion), and it can be used as a UPS.
I almost jumped on that Bluetti deal for $200 but after reading about all the problems folks were having, (new item) decided to wait for a 2nd gen or at least give it 6 more months for them to work out the bugs.
Am hoping they make either a bigger unit, or add an extra battery so I can charge one and use the other.

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Unless you are willing to pay more for Anker brand, I would do some comparison shopping. These ~300wh units with standard lithium cells are usually in the 120-170 dollar range as a regular non-sale price. Around $200 you get into LiFePo4 batteries which are way more durable in terms of charge cycles.
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How is compared to the new 521 other than the battery life difference
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Bluetti EB3A is currently $240 but routinely goes down around $200. It recharges in 1 hour instead of 3, it comes with LiFePo4 batteries (They last longer than Li-Ion), and it can be used as a UPS.
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How is compared to the new 521 other than the battery life difference
The 521 has a LiFePO4 battery.
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This is a battery, not a generator.
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Bluetti EB3A is currently $240 but routinely goes down around $200. It recharges in 1 hour instead of 3, it comes with LiFePo4 batteries (They last longer than Li-Ion), and it can be used as a UPS.
I almost jumped on that Bluetti deal for $200 but after reading about all the problems folks were having, (new item) decided to wait for a 2nd gen or at least give it 6 more months for them to work out the bugs.
Am hoping they make either a bigger unit, or add an extra battery so I can charge one and use the other.
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Quote from mr.deke :
This is a battery, not a generator.
It's a generator replacement device. I think this topic has been brought up so many times it's become the equivalent at Slickdeals as 'Does it have HDMI?'
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Bluetti EB3A is currently $240 but routinely goes down around $200. It recharges in 1 hour instead of 3, it comes with LiFePo4 batteries (They last longer than Li-Ion), and it can be used as a UPS.
It's actually $209
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Doesn't seem to be LiFePo4, I'd say li-ion is rarely worth it for solar generators.
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It's actually $209
Where at? have a coupon code or link?
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Where at? have a coupon code or link?
The bluetti_official eBay page has it new for $209 plus "NEWBRAND15" for 15% off
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Bluetti EB3A is currently $240 but routinely goes down around $200. It recharges in 1 hour instead of 3, it comes with LiFePo4 batteries (They last longer than Li-Ion), and it can be used as a UPS.
I would not count on this being a worthy UPS.
It has "up to" 30ms response. That means it may work as a UPS in a perfect electrical environment.
A dedicated UPS is almost half that response time.

I'm all about saving money but ya know, the right device for the right expectations?
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