EcoFlow Delta 1300 Tested on Appliances – Every single high-end electric generator on the market today claims to be better than the competition is. This really the case, I don’t know, I’m not an electrical engineer by any stretch of the imagination.
EcoFlow Delta 1300 Tested on Appliances
So, it’s very difficult for me to discern which technical specs are significant and relevant, and what’s just sales fluff. I recently received a new power station called the Ecoflow Delta 1300 for testing and review. And on paper, this thing sounds absolutely amazing, perhaps more amazing than anything that I’ve tested so far.
I mean check out these specs, the delta 1300 boasts a 1300 watt-hour capacity and a max output of 1800 watts. It charges extremely fast. It goes from 0 to 80% in an hour from a standard wall outlet. It comes with Universal solar inputs which means that you can either power it with Ecoflow brand solar panels, or you can plug whatever panels you already have into it. It should work.
It also has four regular USB ports, two of which are fast charging, 260 watt USB C ports, and 6 wall outlets on the American version, and 4 wall outlets on the International Version. This generator can also be used indoors without fear of any sort of toxic emissions. It even comes with a lifetime battery warranty. All of those things sound impressive, am I right?
But, I am kind of curious to find out if this thing can actually do all of the jobs that I need it to do. So, I propose that we find out together, and in this article, I want to connect a bunch of inefficient appliances up to the Delta to see how it performs.
Hot coffee made exclusively from an electric battery who knew next on the agenda. Let’s see if this thing will power a toaster. I almost never eat bread, but today, I’m going to toast some bread and take one for the team. Look at that, turning golden brown. Let’s keep going a little bit more fun, maybe a little overcooked but this puppy toast bread.
#2 Power Vitamix
Can this thing power Vitamix? I have no idea, most electric generators can’t, because Vitamix blenders they’re very powerful, and they require a lot of amperages to get going. For example, this is a small Vitamix blender. It’s the S series and it requires about 8 amps to get going. Today, we’re gonna find out will it blend.
Moment of truth, make sure the lids on tight because if you don’t, you’re gonna have smoothie all over your ceiling. I don’t know guys, it looks silky smooth, look at that, this green bad-boy is the Vitamix 7500. It’s got a much bigger engine, and instead of being 8 amps, it’s 12 amps. So, it’s much bigger and today I’m gonna find out if the Delta can power the big boys.
Just a few seconds ago, I chopped up some of my favorite ingredients. I have some spinach, some pears, some mango, 1/2 strawberries, bananas, and water. Together all these ingredients are gonna make a green smoothie. Today, we’re testing the Delta, and that’s exactly what I’m gonna do now in the Big Boy Vitamix.
So, let’s make sure that it’s on, and here we go, I reckon. We have another perfectly creamy smoothie on our hands. You can tell that the fans are working. I just put this baby through hell, and yet within a really relatively short amount of time, you can hear that the fans have now calmed down. It took the load really well processed it, and now it’s back to normal. Cheers to that.
DELTA 1300 Power Station
I want to say is that the Ecoflow Delta is a relatively new product. It actually isn’t out quite yet. It’s set to be released in late 2019, and because of this, I’m a little reluctant to quote any prices, or release dates, or anything of that nature. But, It was impressive.
You can watch the full test on this video
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