My visit with the EcoFlow Team and the EcoFlow Delta Pro Ultra – the ultimate power solution is here!!

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EcoFlow Delta Pro Ultra 4
ARTICLE – I have been a tech junkie for many years, and I have also been an audiophile for many years. During the early 2000s, I can remember attending the annual Audiophile Trade Show in New York and being so ridiculously excited that I could hardly contain outbursts of my excitement. If I remember correctly, those shows came to an end probably more than a decade ago, (at least in NY), and left a void that I soon became used to.

I do think that over the years, the techie junkie part of me filled the void and when I became a writer for The Gadgeteer, that was the icing on the cake. One of the great benefits of writing for The Gadgeteer is the exposure to so many types of tech gear and brands, and along the journey, I have gained knowledge and favorites. One of my most favorite brands is EcoFlow.

In my own humble opinion, EcoFlow is a cutting-edge ECO company that designs and builds gear for ECO living including supplemental and off-the-grid power solutions. I have been able to test and integrate many of their solutions into my daily life and I not only reap the benefits every day, I am not what they call an Ecoholic. I think I have now probably developed a visible twitch every time I even hear of any new device that EcoFlow is working on and/or releasing.

A few months ago, I heard about their newest power solution called the EcoFlow Delta Pro Ultra which would now be their most powerful power solution superseding their Delta Pro which I have in my home. Since the day I heard about it, my excitement was ridiculous. So, you can imagine what happened when I was offered the opportunity to meet with Representatives from EcoFlow’s PR team and EcoFlow staff in midtown Manhattan to discuss the Delta Pro Ultra and to get an up close and personal hands-on look and touch experience. Let’s just say that I counted the days.

On December 12th, 2023, I took the Long Island Railroad and headed to midtown Manhattan to keep my 2 pm appointment to be in the same room with the Delta Pro Ultra. Of course, I got there early, and once I arrived, I received a warm and friendly welcome from Bree who is from the EcoFlow PR company. A few minutes later, I met Ryan and Nick who were from EcoFlow and who were just as inviting, friendly, and eager to chat.

Once the greetings and formalities were taken care of, I focused on the gear that was displayed around what was a relatively small room. As I looked to my right there was the EcoFlow GLACIER Portable Refrigerator. I spent a few minutes looking at it because it is one of their devices that I did not get to test and review. As I moved along, I saw the Delta Max, the Wave 2, and the Delta Pro, all of which I have and currently use in my home.

Then, there it was, the reason I was there!! I was standing in front of something that looked completely different from anything that EcoFlow had previously designed, and looked like I could pick it up and take it with me on the Starship Enterprise as mandatory equipment. Here are a few snapshots:

EcoFlow Delta Pro Ultra 9
EcoFlow Delta Pro Ultra 3
EcoFlow Delta Pro Ultra 5
EcoFlow Delta Pro Ultra 6
While I will have to leave you in suspense until the reveal at CES on January 9th, 2024 to hear more about the specs and cost, I will tell you that you will be very happy. As a part of the showcase, the Delta Pro Ultra was hooked up to the new EcoFlow Smart Home Panel 2. Here are a couple of snapshots of that as well:

EcoFlow Delta Pro Ultra 7
EcoFlow Delta Pro Ultra 8
Bree, Nick, Ryan, and I spent almost an hour discussing the Delta Pro Ultra and other EcoFlow products and I think I talked so much that they might have needed pillows for their ears to take a rest by the time I was ready to leave.
After the enjoyable hour, I thanked Bree, Nick, and Ryan for the very informative conversation and experience and as I put my coat on to leave, they gave me a couple of gift bags full of EcoFlow gear as parting gifts. I think the smile is still on my face.

EcoFlow Delta Pro Ultra 10
If you are in Vegas on January 9th, 2024 do yourself a favor and check out CES and the EcoFLow booth.
Warning: You may become an Ecoholic!!

Special thanks to Bree, Ryan, and Nick!!!

Website: Ecoflow.com
Price: TBA

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  2. Hi Guys. Though I would love to get a set-up like that. My wife 61 and I 55 are homeless. Bought a RV but didn’t know that campgrounds go by the age of your RV now. So been on the streets for now 3 years. All because my check came late and the land owner evicted us . We are both on social security do to being hurt on the job. So for three years we get chased out of where ever we park to try to sleep. With that said we can’t hook to electric anywhere. So it would be awesome to get some sort of power. But I was just daydreaming. Thanks for all your information and have a Merry Christmas!

    1. As just a person giving potential advice, If your car has stronger battery you can look into a 20 something dollar power inverter at Walmart or something to turn your DC car port into a wall outlet type as long as you can keep the car running and afford gas to not shut it off so you can plug in laptops or something to help you guys out, but I’d just do some good research first to be warry you don’t overpower the limitations.

    2. Maybe foldable solar panels to a simple battery connection is the way to go for you if you can rig it properly? I misread the message at first..

    3. Um sorry to hear your situation, I’m in the same place myself, but on my own. I got my ecoflow through affirm, made the payments affordable for me and i don’tthinktheygo by credit. I’m in an 87 dolphin, that 10 or 15 year rule is just rude! My rig is older, but still looks good, self containedandluckilywiththese products…no loud generator! Lol. Best of wishes to you and your wife, stay warm!

    4. Hi Joe,
      My wife and I in same position. Have 2x delta max with 2x extended battery each. 8 panels on roof. Cost $12k (plus install) in 2021 still runs strong. We live 100% off-grid with about 10kwh storage and about 1kwh generation when the sun is out.

      Before you buy anything, learn your consumption. Both peek and average usage. A delta max will be like a single 10 amp circuit and a delta pro like a 15 Amp. So expect to use LP for water heater, hvac, and cooking.

      They are big and heavy so size to your rig. Full-timers have very different needs than the typical cost-co buyers.

      Join the ecoflow Facebook groups and ask around.

      Good luck.

  3. As just a person giving potential advice, If your car has stronger battery you can look into a 20 something dollar power inverter at Walmart or something to turn your DC car port into a wall outlet type as long as you can keep the car running and afford gas to not shut it off so you can plug in laptops or something to help you guys out, but I’d just do some good research first to be warry you don’t overpower the limitations.

  4. My wife and I have been looking into the Ecoflow for a month or so. I wish that we could speak to someone who we could understand. We would like a representative to connect with us about a whole house set up. We have 72 panels on our roof ( solar ) and need help and guidance. Please reach out to us.

  5. Greetings to you Julian,
    I have a Bluetti Ac300, it quit on me after only 16 months. I paid for it outright. A lot of moola. I am 61, widowed, with serious mobility issues. I live in my Vehicle. I am BLESSED.
    Since my troubles with my Bluetti I am considering an ECO Flow. I want to hook it up to my solar panels on roof if van. I sew professionally and cook. Presently I have a Goal Zero Yeti- only 400w(not enough).
    I am considering an EcoFlow. My Bluetti is under warranty but company has to get carrier to pick it up for rerun. It is enormous. I am relocating to Nevada 2024. Will look for convention with EcoFlow at top of reason.

  6. I bought an Ecoflow Delta Pro (DP) few months ago. It ran good as advertised and I was using with my 2kw solar array. Couple weeks ago, out of blue, it won’t do anything, it takes no charge from any input (AC from wall, DC from solar and 12v from car battery)> I contacted Ecoflow’s tech support they told me show them the receipt. I can not locate my receipt but I am sure the have my name on their data base. Right now it is just like a pile of dirt that do nothing. If you spend few grants for a power station, please make sure the seller stands behind their products, not leave you in the dark. Good luck

  7. I bought an Ecoflow Delta Pro (DP) few months ago. It ran good as advertised and I was using with my 2kw solar array. Couple weeks ago, out of blue, it won’t do anything, it takes no charge from any input (AC from wall, DC from solar and 12v from car battery)> I contacted Ecoflow’s tech support they told me show them the receipt. I can not locate my receipt but I am sure the have my name on their data base. Right now it is just like a pile of dirt that do nothing. If you spend few grants for a power station, please make sure the seller stands behind their products, not leave you in the dark. Good luck

  8. This unit uses low cost, high frequency. Transformerless inverter technology that provide a weak surge capacity that is not suitable for powering some household inductive loads. It also runs hotter than heavier duty low frequency, transformer based higher surge capacity solar generators which leads to a shorter life expectancy, so I would never consider powering my home with one of these units.

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