Bluetti AC180 power station: 1-hour charge means full day of power

Get a full day of power from 1-hour charge with new portable power station


The light and compact Bluetti AC180 Portable Power Station will will makes the most of your camping trips.
Lightweight and compact, the Bluetti AC180 portable power station will make your camping trips much more enjoyable.
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Bluetti’s new, highly portable AC180 power station comes with several features that make it perfect for camping as well as home battery backup.

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With enhancements including a 1,440-watt fast-charging rate, 1,800W of continuous AC power and a Power Lifting Mode that delivers up to 2,700W, the AC180 stands ready to deliver the power you need in a range of scenarios, from camping trips in the deepest wilderness to power outages at home. Bluetti kicks off the early bird sale on its new AC180 power generator Wednesday, with special pricing for a limited time.

Bluetti AC180 mobile power station

Bluetti’s new AC180 mobile power station is compact yet powerful. With an advanced bidirectional inverter and a compact battery pack, the AC180 is significantly lighter and more portable than the AC200P and AC200Max, two of the company’s most-popular models.

Designed for easy portability, AC180 measures 13.39 inches long by 9.72 inches wide by 12.48 inches high, and weighs just 35.27 pounds. (By way of comparison, the compact AC200P measures 16.5 inches by 11 inches by 15.2 inches and 60.6 pounds.) A built-in handle lets you easily carry the AC180 anywhere you need to take it.

Constant power during travel

AC180 helps you light it up wherever your are.
AC180 helps you light things up wherever you roam.
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The AC180’s versatility makes it an exciting release for outdoor enthusiasts looking forward to a summer of hiking, camping, RV trips and more. With its 1,152Wh capacity, AC180 can deliver a full day’s power after a single charge. And to add greater capacity, you can connect the AC180 to Bluetti’s external B230 or B300 batteries. A B23o gives you an extra 2,048Wh. A B300 provides an additional 3,072Wh.

And note that Bluetti will send you a free P090D-to-DC7909 connection cable (worth $89) with your purchase of an AC180+B230/B300 combo.

Simply charge up the AC180 before you head out, and you’ll have an abundance of power when you hit the road. Thanks to its highly efficient charging, going from 0 to 80% capacity takes only 45 minutes.

Go solar and live a green life

With AC180 and solar panels, you won't run out of juice as long as the sun shines.
With AC180 and solar panels, you won’t run out of juice as long as the sun shines.
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As a solar generator, AC180 works with a wide range of solar panels, such as Bluetti PV200 and PV350. That makes power available whenever and wherever the sun shines.

AC180 allows a max 500W solar input, so fully recharging with prime sunshine takes about 2.8 to 3.3 hours.

More power = more possibilities

AC180 comes equipped with an 1,800W pure sine wave inverter to help handle most essential uses at home or in the wild. Furthermore, AC180 also features a Power Lifting Mode to deliver up to 2,700W output to effortlessly run energy-hungry devices like electric kettles, hair dryers, microwaves and more.

The unit also includes an uninterruptible power supply function, so you’ll hardly notice power outages when they hit. And that can eliminate worries over data loss or hardware damage to your computers.

Price and availability

Even up at Lake Middle-of-Nowhere, your gadgets won't run out of battery power if you have an AC180.
Even up at Lake Middle-of-Nowhere, your gadgets won’t run out of battery power if you have an AC180.
Photo: Bluetti

Bluetti’s new AC180 is set to launch on June 14 at 6 p.m. Pacific, with an exclusive debut price of $799 (including a 15% early bird discount) till July 5. That makes it the most cost-effective option among models with similar functions and specifications. Don’t miss out on this incredible deal!


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