EcoFlow is a portable power and renewable energy solutions company. Since its founding in 2017, EcoFlow has provided peace-of-mind power to customers in over 100 markets through its DELTA and RIVER product lines of portable power stations and eco-friendly accessories. EcoFlow’s mission is to reinvent the way the world accesses energy by innovating lighter-weight and longer-lasting clean, quiet and renewable power storage solutions. So let’s take a look with Glitz on how it can enhance your glamping experience!
Portable Solar-Powered Generators
Comfort and convenience are now a necessity for any outdoor activity in this day and age, especially with our need to constantly be connected online. All it takes is a portable generator and solar panel for a touch of luxury on an outdoor trip, even in the most remote destinations!
With a solar-powered generator, campers no longer have to worry about their phones running out of battery. In fact, camping can easily transform into a memorable glamping experience with a unit that powers projectors, runs coffee machines, fires up a hotplate or even as a backup for any emergencies.
Thus, Green-tech start-up EcoFlow offers a host of options to make this dream a reality – a timely option to avoid rising fuel costs whilst making it an environmentally friendly effort. Leaving petrol generators – noisy and carbon-emitting products – behind, a solar power station makes a winning entry.
One of EcoFlow’s four co-founders Lei Wang confidently says, “Our products are helping to promote environmental sustainability, which is a universal goal that can strike a chord among consumers around the globe.”
EcoFlow Product Lines
Glamping, commonly known as glamorous camping, has risen in popularity in the past few years. Globally, the market hit a whopping US$2.35 billion in value in 2021 and is projected to continue rising.
Hence, This US-based firm is certainly not letting up on a chance to be part of this growth. Having seen success since its launch in 2016, many of its solar-powered generators have aided many consumers affected by major natural disasters and seeking more cost-effective alternative power options.
EcoFlow’s Delta series of products have gained international recognition for its design and its purpose. It bagged four iF (Industrial Forum) Design Awards this year, and EcoFlow’s River series which comprise four portable 600W output power stations ranging between 2.86kg and 7.6kgs makes for your best bet for an outdoor adventure!
The EcoFlow River mini (210Wh) offers 13 charges for your phone, 9.4 charges for your camera, 3 charges for a laptop and 5.1 hours of power for your speaker. Meanwhile, the EcoFlow River offers 288Wh in capacity with lots more charging time! The EcoFlow River Max is at 576Wh and has 47 charges for phones, 32 charges for cameras, 8 charges for laptops and over 17.8 hours for a 10W light and speaker. You can expect a maximum capacity of 720Wh in the Ecoflow River Pro/Max Plus with 59 charges for phones, 10 charges for your laptop and over 20 hours for light and speakers running at 10 watts.
Despite the power it offers, all River series are light enough that you can hold them with just one hand. So if you’re planning a road trip that involves camping in the woods, you won’t have to worry about running out of juice, or power!
Co-founded by Wang, Eli Harris, Hannah Sieber and Fan Zheng, EcoFlow has since racked up over US$220 million in revenues for 2021 solely catering to demands for its solar-powered portable power stations.
Japan and North America make up the two largest revenue drivers for EcoFlow – a rewarding marketing decision based on the fact that these countries were more prone to natural disasters and had tech-savvy consumers. Since then, EcoFlow has expanded its reach to more than 100 countries! The latest being Singapore and Malaysia, which already have flagship stores on Shopee (only in Malaysia) and Lazada.
Furthermore, EcoFlow has also started its glamping movement in China, where there is a rising interest in the activity. Aside from that, EcoFlow is also looking to tap into the market in Africa, Latin America and Asia to cater to a wider consumer profile whose curiosity may be piqued by “affordable” products that will be helpful during power outages.