EcoFlow is back with a brand new battery solution that gets around pesky FAA limits through its new stackable design. The River Bank starts offevolved with a 99Wh essential module presenting four short charge USB ports (2x USB-A, 2x USB-C) and a 10W Qi floor letting you charge up to five gadgets right away. You can then integrate with a submodule that provides an additional USB-C port and both a car jump-starter for a total ability of 145Wh (300 watts of power) or an AC jack for a total of 198Wh (51,200mAh) and four hundred watts of output to power things like guitar amps, projectors, and power tools while on the go.
RIVER Bank Modular Portable Power Station Design
The heart of the River bank is the main Module, which weighs 2 lb (0.9 kg) and measures 5.28 x 3.45 x 1.02 in (17.6 x 11.5 x 3.4 cm). It packs a 25,600-mAh, 94-Wh lithium-ion battery and can charge diverse gadgets via its two USB type A ports and two USB-C ports. An LED screen shows remaining power and which ports are in use, at the same time as the wired-free charging pad on top can charge up any Qi-well suited device. The primary Module also can be used as a USB hub, permitting data to be transferred between gadgets plugged into it.
Its creators declare the primary Module can charge a laptop one to three times, a smartphone 9 to 15 times, a tablet 3 times, a GoPro over 20 times, and a Nintendo switch six times. Its own charge time could be four to six hours, or 12–18 – relying on the climate – in case you’re counting on the optional 21-watt solar charger.
RIVER Bank Modular Portable Power Station Price
Having raised 3,319 percent of its original crowdfunding goal last year, EcoFlow is now at the production stage and offering up pre-orders at a discount through Indiegogo. Pledges start at $199.99 for the Main Module, and reach up to $489 for the Complete Energy pack that includes the Main Module, Car Module, AC Module and 21-W solar charger. Shipping is slated to begin in August if all goes to plan.