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EcoFlow River Pro Portable Power Station (1st Gen) $1359.99 + Shipping / $0 CC @ Torpedo7


The student discount code drops the price down by 15%.

The last of the stock for Generation 1 models. The new one retails at $1899.99, so it's a good deal considering the amount of power cuts there have been.

Original coupon deal


  • Faster Recharging Speed. The RIVER Pro supports AC charge input up to 660W and can charge from 0-80% within 1 hour, achieving a full charge in 1.6 hours
  • 2 AC Outlets. Step into the wild with complete peace of mind with the RIVER Pro. Whenever you are having a backyard adventure with the family or powering a completely off-grid adventure, the RIVER Pro powers essential appliances and devices
  • Smart Solar Charging. The RIVER Pro can be charged with two 110W solar panels connected in parallel in 4.5 to 9 hours, which gives you the freedom to enjoy clean energy wherever you are
  • Compact and Portable: Weighing just 7.6Kg, the RIVER Pro features an easy-to-carry handle, which makes it portable and easy to transport. It can easily fit in a car trunk, on a campsite, or indoors, giving you the power to take your adventure anywhere


  • AC Output (x2) : 600W Total, 230VAC (50Hz)
  • USB-A Output (x2) : 5VDC, 2.4A, 12W Max Per Port
  • USB-A Fast Charge (x1) : 5V, 9V, 12V, 2.4A 28W Max
  • USB-C Output (x1) : 5VDC, 9VDC, 12VDC, 15VDC, 20VDC, 5A, 100W Max
  • Car Power Output (x1) : 136W, 13.6VDC, 10A Max
  • DC5521 Output (x2) : 13.6VDC, 3A Max Per Port

Input Ports:

  • AC Charge Input Power : X-Stream Charge 660W Max
  • AC Charge Input Voltage : 220-240VAC (50Hz/60Hz)
  • Solar Charge Input : 200W 10-25VDC 12A Max
  • Car Charger : 12VDC 8A Max


  • Charging Method : Ac Wall Outlet, 12V Car Adapter, Solar Panel(S)
  • Full Recharge Time : 1.6 Hours (Ac) 8 Hours (12V Car Adapter) 4-8 Hours (Using 2x 110W Solar Panels In Parallel With Direct Sunlight) 6-12 Hours (Using 1x 160W Solar Panel With Direct Sunlight)

Battery Info:

  • Capacity : 720Wh (28.8V)
  • Cell Chemistry : Lithium-Ion
  • Cycle Life : 800 Cycles To 80%+ Capacity
  • Management Systems : BMS, Over Voltage Protection, Overload Protection, Over Temperature Protection, Short Circuit Protection Low Temperature Protection, Low Voltage Protection, Overcurrent Protection
  • Testing and Certifications : UL Standard, CE, FCC, RoHS, RCM


  • Net Weight : 7.6 kg
  • Dimensions : 28.9 X 18.0 X 23.5 cm
  • Charge Temperature : 0 To 45°C +/- 3°C
  • Discharge Temperature : -20 To 45°C +/- 3°C
  • Colour : Black

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  • +1

    Where’s the code OP

    • +1

      Found it

      • Ah do i just put that additional link in the description for the original deal.

        It asked me if it was a duplicate code, so I didnt want to get in trouble haha.

        • +1

          Sometimes it asks if you want to enter a code from a previous deal, other times it wants you to make sure that it isn’t a duplicate.

  • +5

    A big caveat with these 1st gen EcoFlows are that they use Li-Ion batteries, and while they hold more charge their expected lifespan in terms of charge cycles is much shorter than the new 2nd-gen EcoFlows with LFP batteries.

    They're OK for occasional use but for more frequent use cases (e.g. Vanlife) the 2nd-gen with the LFP battery is absolutely the way to go.

    • Oh thats good to know. So the earlier model might be okay for if there is a powercut in the short term, but for regular use (van life) the LFP batteries have a longer lifespan? Is it substantially more, and whats the likelyhood that you would notice much difference if you are charging by solar panels?

      • +5

        This one is rated for 800 charge-discharge cycles before it loses 20% capacity, so take it as that. Also Li-Ions don't like being stored at 100% for weeks or months on end (that's why you see powerbanks being sold at retailers at 50% charge, that's to maximise their lifespan while on retail shelves). If you want to use this in case of a power cut, you should expect to store it at 80% charge.

        A good LFP battery will last pretty much forever. Decades perhaps. And the chemistry can take tons of abuse, and they don't generally suffer from capacity loss. The only downside is the lower capacity.

        If for example you want to use solar power everyday to get some free juice at home during the night, then LFP is the obvious answer.

    • +4

      lithium iron phosphate battery (LiFePO 4 battery) or LFP battery (lithium ferrophosphate)

      For anyone like me not familiar with the acronym

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