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System Watts Watt-Hours Surge 10W Light Charge Max Input Charge Time Price
Delta 1800 1260wH 3300W 36+ hours AC, Car, Solar 1,200 AC
400 Solar
<2 hrs (AC)
~4 Solar
Delta Pro 3600 3600wH 7200W 337 hours DC
108 AC
EV, AC, Car, Solar 1,800 AC
1,600 Solar
2.7 hrs (AC)
<5.5 Solar

The EcoFlow Delta Pro was released last year, sending shockwaves through the solar generator market. It was a follow-up to the original Delta model, which started the popular series.

So, how does it compare to its parent model, and which one is right for me? Let’s find out!

EcoFlow Delta Review

The EcoFlow Delta is an excellent model for campers, glampers, and anyone in need of some portable energy. The launch of the Delta series was a big deal for EcoFlow, and its original model boasts some impressive features for such a low price.

The battery will last for over 800 lifecycles before it reaches 60% capacity, meaning you can run it every day for two years and still have a similar capacity to when you bought it.

If you buy the right solar panels, you can enjoy camping or “glamping” for as long as you want. However, for those looking for home backup, the Delta won’t cut it.

You’ll still have plenty of available power for charging your electronics, powering LED lights overnight, and more. Overall, it’s an impressive system for such a low price.

EcoFlow Delta Pro Review

The EcoFlow Delta and Delta Pro have some similarities, but the Delta Pro has no comparable competitor on the market. Don’t take it from us, the EcoFlow Delta Pro was named one of Time’s top 100 inventions last year.

While we could go into detail about its features, let’s sum it up for you.

First, if you run the Delta Pro to empty on a daily basis for 10 years straight, you’ll only see a 20% decrease in battery capacity at most.

Second, it’s the only portable power station on the market that’s fully capable of home backup. The Smart Home Panel (sold separately) has a switchover time of fewer than 20 milliseconds, allowing for uninterrupted power, and it can be stored at full charge for over a year.

Third, the system can power a dryer for over a half hour without an additional battery, attached solar panels, or anything else. Enough said.

Choose Wisely

Now that you know the difference between EcoFlow Delta Pro vs Delta, you can clearly choose a winner. If you’re worried about the price, you can shop with us and choose a $100 monthly installment plan and order your new system today with free shipping and a price match guarantee!

Hunter Kissam
Hunter Kissam

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