Bluetti AC70 – Fast Charging, Compact Off-Grid Power Station

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Over the years, I’ve reviewed several lithium power stations from a company called Bluetti. These power stations have worked quite well but have the drawback of being heavy and bulky to move around. Recently, though, Bluetti offered to send me one of their smaller models. Since many people don’t need huge power when they’re camping, I thought it would be worth reviewing one.

Ray carrying the Bluetti AC70 Portable Power Station

So, in this video, I’ll be looking at and demoing their AC70 model. The AC70 uses a LiFePO4 battery pack with a 768-watt-hour total capacity and a 1000-watt (2000W surge) pure sine wave inverter. The most impressive feature for me is the fast recharge times. Potentially less than an hour of AC grid power input or about 2 hours from the solar input!

Bluetti AC70

It is relatively small and lightweight at just over 22 lbs and 12.4″ x 8.2″ x 10.1″. Another nice feature is built-in Bluetooth connectivity for remote smartphone control. You can find all the specs and feature details on the Bluetti website.

Fair Disclosure: I received a review sample free of charge. I received no money and maintained full editorial control over the video content.

Bluetti AC70 Power Station Review

Overall, I give the Bluetti AC 70 a big thumbs up to anyone looking for a well-built, easy-to-use portable power station without needing to power large appliances. Anything that needs less than 1000 watts. Over the years, they have addressed many of the shortcomings, like slow charge speeds, noisy fans, and having external power supplies. They now make a well-polished little power station.

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