I have been using Bluetti EB150 for a while now and I had tested EcoFlow Delta in January. So here I am comparing and contrasting both of these portable power stations. The models I am referring to are, Bluetti EB150 which is a 1000W 1500Wh power station and EcoFlow Delta Model 1300 (1800W 1260Wh) power generator or battery station or whatever you want to call it.
The exact models I am comparing in this article are as below. You can check if they are the same models you are looking for.
There is a coupon code for Bluetti which can get you a discount of 10%, you can find it at the end of this post.
What’s in the Box
Both of these battery stations come in a huge box with safe thermocol/polystyrene wraps. It is super heavy, so carrying the box is more difficult than carrying just the battery unit. I would unbox it first and then move it around.
EcoFlow Delta 1300
- PV Solar Charge Cable (MC4 to XT60 Connector)
- AC Wall Charger
- Car Charge cable
- Delta 1800W Solar Power Station
- User Manual
- EFDELTA Bag
- PV Solar Charge Cable (7909 to MC4)
- AC Wall Charger (including AC input charging cable)
- EB150 Solar Power Generator
- User Manual
- Warranty Card
- Certificate of Qualification
EC Delta looks much aesthetic when compared to Bluetti. The nice color combination makes it awesome looking. Also, the body is designed so well to make it look like a futuristic gadget. In terms of look, EcoFlow Delta is better, hands down.
The number of ports and the power ratings is compared in the following table.
|EcoFlow Delta 1300||Bluetti EB150|
|AC Power Outlets (110V)||6 Ports 1800W each||2 Ports 1000W each|
|USB Ports||4 Ports 28W Max||4 Ports 3A Max|
|USB C Ports||2 Ports 60W each||1 Port 45W|
|DC Car Port||13.6V 8A||12V 9A|
|Solar/DC Input Port||65V 10A||16 – 60V / 10A|
|AC On/Off Switch||Yes||Yes|
|DC On/Off Switch||Yes||Yes|
|Overload Protection Switch||Yes||No|
As we can see, both of these power generators have similar ports but Delta has a couple more than Bluetti which is good to have because you can plug more devices in.
Battery Capacity and Power
In terms of capacity, EcoFlow outperforms Bluetti both in Power and Surge capacity. But in the battery capacity, Bluetti is way above Ecoflow. If you ask me, both power and battery capacity are good to consider. The more power you have, the more devices can be powered simultaneously. For example, you can drive a TV (150W), an Oven (900W), and a refrigerator (600W) simultaneously using a 1800W power station. With a 1000W station, you can only power an Oven or TV + Fridge, not all of them together.
On the other hand, a high battery capacity helps you run devices for a longer period of time. For example, you can run your oven for 1.8 hours with Bluetti while it’s only 1.2 hours with Delta.
There is a clear trade-off, if you need one, you may have to miss the other.
|EcoFlow Delta||Bluetti EB150|
Both the power station support more than one way to charge them. The following table highlights the difference.
|EcoFlow Delta 1300||Bluetti EB150|
|AC Wall Outlet||~1.6 Hours for a full charge||~10 Hours for a full charge|
|Solar Panel||Supports 400W Panel||Supports 500W Panel|
Having an option to charge via your car is a good thing to have. EcoFlow has the option for you while Bluetti missed it.
When we talk about the performance, we need to see what kind of devices the power station can drive and for how long. The following table gives you a rough comparison of EB150 and Delta 1800 in performance.
|Appliance||EcoFlow Delta 1300||Bluetti EB150|
|Laptop (80W)||42 Hours||45 Hours|
|LCD TV (150W)||8.5 Hours||9 Hours|
|Smartphone (8W)||7 Days||7 Days|
|Desktop Computer (200W)||6.5 Hours||7 Hours|
|Ceiling Fan (52 inch)||21 hours||1 Day|
|Microwave Oven (1100W)||60 Minutes||90 Minutes|
|Instant Pot Cooker (1000W)||80 Minutes||100 Minutes|
|Corded Drilling Machine (600W)||45 Hours||2 Hours|
|Washing Machine (900W)||85 Minutes||1.5 Hours|
|Blender (250W)||5 Hours||5.5 Hours|
|Electric Clothes Dryer (1700W)||40 Minutes||No|
|Toaster (650W)||1.8 Hours||2 Hours|
|Electric Kettle (1300W)||50 Minutes||No|
|Portable Refrigerator (70W)||18 Hours||20 Hours|
|Mini Vacuum Cleaner (250W)||5 Hours||5.5 Hours|
|Surveillance/Wifi Camera (5W)||10 Days||11 Days|
|Electric Saw (1400W)||50 Minutes||No|
|Welding Machine (2000W)||45 Minutes||No|
|Electric Grill (1600W)||40 Minutes||No|
As you can see, both the power generators can drive almost every device except for power devices where Bluetti fails. Also, since the battery capacity of Bluetti is more than Delta, the devices would run for a longer time with Bluetti than Delta.
EcoFlow Delta Vs. Bluetti: Which one to consider
While both of these portable power stations offer similar features and performance parameters, there are slight differences that make one better over the other in some aspects. So, please consider the following aspects while you purchase one for yourself.
Buy EcoFlow Delta 1300 If:
- You like to have more power & surge output (watts)
- You would use more devices simultaneously
- You want to have car charging
- You don’t want to waste time for charging
- You are using power devices like an electric saw, compressor, welding machine, clothes dryer etc
- Can spend little more money
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Buy Bluetti EB150 if:
- You like to have more battery capacity (watt-hour)
- You want to use more solar capacity
- You are looking for an affordable power station
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Last update on 2022-05-18 / Links / Images from Amazon PAAPI