EcoFlow Tech River Mobile Power Station

Apr 18, 2017

Category: Tech

Whether you are planning on spending most of your time this summer out on the beach or at a campsite in the woods – you’ll likely be searching for extra juice for your devices. Lucky for you, the EcoFlow Tech River Mobile Power Station is here to do just that.

This beastly power source boasts a 412Wh battery that can supply up to 500 watts of power to phones, laptops, mini fridges, stereos, and more. Designed to operate as either a camping and beach companion, or an emergency backup when the grid goes belly up, this easy to transport 11 pound battery is ready to take on any energy challenge. Of course, all of that power means next to nothing if you don’t have the right inputs. That is why the River has eleven ports ranging from USB to 12V DC integrated into its build. As far as how durable it is? The IP63 rating is enough to keep you mind at ease while on the beach or powering lights while out in the woods. This summer, camp without compromise.

Purchase: $459+

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