Big-ass battery maker EcoFlow is saying the redesigned River 2 series in the present day fitted with lengthy lasting LFP (LiFePO4) batteries and plenty of ports to energy your AC and DC gadgets. These are batteries sized to energy your weekend away or a music competition.
The River 2 collection consists of three batteries that fluctuate by storage capacities, most AC energy (pure sine wave) output, and charging ports:
The batteries might be charged in 4 alternative ways: a normal AC wall outlet, transportable photo voltaic panels, a 12V automotive socket, and USB-C. The base River 2 can cost to 100% in as quick as 60 minutes, whereas the Max and Pro fashions take a bit longer as a result of their bigger batteries.
The River 2 collection, like most EcoFlow batteries, can benefit from the corporate’s X-Boost tech. X-Boost is just a little trick that lowers the output voltage to permit some gadgets rated as much as 1600W (like warmth weapons and espresso machines) to function off the River 2’s inverter. It doesn’t work with all high-wattage gadgets, although.
Vanlifers involved with maximizing area will recognize the deal with placement which has been moved to the facet. The ensuing flat floor on high can be utilized to stack a number of River 2 batteries or serve as a makeshift desk. The batteries also can serve as dual-use kettle bells with the entry-level mannequin weighing 7.8lbs (3.5kg), the Max 13.4lbs (6.8kg), and Pro 17.2lbs (7.8kg). I’m critical. Staying Instagram fairly is tough work — vanlife’s not all fairy lights and sunsets, you already know.
The base River 2 mannequin is priced at $239 / €299 / £269, the River 2 Max at $469 / €599 / £549, and the large boy River 2 Pro lists for $599 / €799 / £749. They’re that can be purchased beginning November ninth in each US and European configurations.