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Mango Power E vs EcoFlow DELTA Pro

Mango Power E vs EcoFlow DELTA Pro: A Comprehensive Comparison

When it comes to portable power stations, the Mango Power E and EcoFlow DELTA Pro stand out as top contenders in the market. These powerhouses cater to various energy needs, but which one suits you best?

We compare these two products by Mango Power and EcoFlow using the following criteria:

  1. Price
  2. Capacity
  3. Durability
  4. Expandability
  5. Portability
  6. Charging Options
  7. Special Features
Plugging a solar panel into the Mango Power E in front of an RV

Price

  Mango Power E DELTA Pro
MSRP (2023) $3,999.00 USD $3,699.00 USD

At $3,699.00, the EcoFlow DELTA Pro is notably more attractive to budget-conscious buyers than the Mango Power E, which is priced at $3,999.00. However, the price disparity reflects differences in features and capacities, which we'll get into next.

Winner: EcoFlow DELTA Pro


Capacity And Performance

  Mango Power E DELTA Pro
Battery Capacity 3,533Wh 3,600Wh
Continuous AC Output 3,000W 3,600W
Surge AC Output 6,000W 7,200W
Max Solar Input 2000W 1,600W
Battery Type LFP LFP
Inverter Type Pure Sine Wave Pure Sine Wave
Total Charging Ports 16 15
AC Ports 4 5
USB-A Ports 6 4
USB-C Ports 2 2
12V Car Ports 1 1
30A RV Port
1 1
12V DC Port 2 2

This is a close one. In terms of capacity and output, the DELTA Pro takes the lead, but it is only modestly better at 3,600Wh and 3,600W.

In terms of charging ports, the Mango Power E takes a slight edge with 16 vs. 15 in the DELTA Pro - however, the DELTA Pro has one more (5) of the much-desired AC ports than the Mango Power E (4).

Where the Mango Power E shines is in its significantly higher solar input. With a whopping 2,000W of solar charging available, it is a compelling option for off-grid living, camping, and emergency backup.

Winner: Tie

EcoFlow DELTA Pro being charged by a solar panel in front of an RV

Durability and Build Quality

  Mango Power E DELTA Pro
Outer Shell Polycarbonate &
Aluminum Alloy
Polycarbonate &
Aluminum Alloy
Weather Resistance IP21 IP20 rating

At an IP rating of IP21, the Mango Power E's weather resistance is limited. While it can withstand some outdoor elements, it is not designed for harsh or extreme weather conditions.

This IP rating means the Mango Power E is:

  • Protected from vertically falling water drops (dripping water). This allows for some use outdoors in light rain or drizzle, but it should not be exposed to heavy downpours or direct water spray.
  • Not protected from dust ingress. This means dust and small particles can enter the device, potentially impacting its performance and longevity.
  • Operating Temperature:
    • Charging: 0°C to 40°C (32°F to 104°F)
    • Discharging: -20°C to 60°C (-4°F to 140°F)

The Mango Power E can be used in a wider range of temperatures while discharging than while charging. However, it is still not recommended for use in extreme cold or heat.

Meanwhile, the EcoFlow DELTA Pro boasts a moderate level of weather resistance, with a rating of IP20.

This IP rating means it is protected from solid objects exceeding 12mm in diameter, such as fingers and tools, but it is not fully dustproof or water resistant.

Here's a breakdown of the EcoFlow DELTA Pro's weather resistance:

  • Dust resistance is limited. While the IP20 rating indicates some protection against large objects, it’s not entirely dustproof. Dust buildup over time might affect the internal components, particularly the fan.
  • Water resistance: None. The IP20 rating does not offer any protection against water or moisture. Exposure to rain, snow, or splashes could damage the electrical components.
  • Operating Temperature:
    • Charging: -10°C~45°C (14℉~113℉)
    • Discharging: -20°C~45°C (-4℉~113℉)

The DELTA Pro's temperature resistance is moderate. Prolonged exposure to extreme temperatures might affect its performance and lifespan.

Overall, both power stations are suitable for indoor use or sheltered outdoor environments. It's important to avoid exposing them to direct sunlight, rain, snow, or excessive dust.

Winner: Tie


Expandability

  Mango Power E DELTA Pro
Expandable Capacity Up to 14kWh Up to 25kWh

The maximum expandable capacity of the Mango Power E depends on the specific model you choose:

The EcoFlow DELTA Pro boasts an impressive maximum expandable capacity of 25kWh. This means you can significantly increase its initial 3.6kWh capacity to meet your specific power needs:

While both devices offer expandability options, the EcoFlow DELTA Pro provides far more versatility in expanding battery capacity through additional batteries and generators, offering a scalable energy solution.

Winner: EcoFlow DELTA Pro

Mango Power E in front of a tent

Portability

  Mango Power E DELTA Pro
Weight 99 lbs | 45 kg 100.1 lbs | 45.4 kg
Portability Handle & wheels Handle & wheels
Dimensions 17.8 x 13.6 x 19.4 in
45.2 x 34.5 x 49.4 cm
25 x 11.2 x 16.4 in
63.5 x 28.4 x 42 cm

Well, there is very little difference here.

While the Mango Power E is more compact than the DELTA Pro, making it slightly easier to transport compared to its larger counterpart, the difference is not significant.

The weight is virtually the same and both units can be transported with included wheels and handles.

Winner: Tie


Charging Options

  Mango Power E DELTA Pro
AC Wall Charger Yes, included Yes, included
Car Charger Yes, included Yes, included
EV Charger Yes, not included Yes, not included
Solar Panels Yes sold separately Yes sold separately
Generator Yes, sold separately Yes, sold separately

Both devices have the same charging options available:

  • AC Charging
  • 12V Car Charging
  • EV Charging
  • Solar Charging
  • External Generator Charging

The difference between the two is the estimated charging times for each option. Which one is better? Well, the depends on what your preferred charging option will be. If you're charging with solar, the Mango Power E is superior. If you're charging with at an EV station, the DELTA Pro wins.

  Power Input  Mango Power E DELTA Pro
AC (30A) 3000W 1.5 hours 2 hours
AC  (15A) 1500W 6 hours 4 hours
Car Charger 120W 30-60 hours 15-30 hours
EV Charger Up to 7.2kWh 1.5 hours 1 hour
Solar Panels 2000W 2-3 hours 3-4 hours
Generator Variable Variable Variable

Winner: Tie


EcoFlow DELTA Pro in a garage connected to the Smart Home Panel next to a Tesla

7. Special Features

  Mango Power E DELTA Pro
Smartphone Application Yes Yes
Supports Wi-Fi Yes Yes
Supports Bluetooth Yes Yes

We have another dead heat here. Both the Mango Power E and the DELTA Pro offer smartphone applications to control and monitor power controls of each device, and they also both support Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity.

Winner: Tie


Mango Power E vs. EcoFlow DELTA Pro: Which is better?

Your choice between the Mango Power E and the EcoFlow DELTA Pro will depend on your specific priorities and budget.

Ultimately, both power stations offer exceptionally reliable portable power solutions, but the EcoFlow DELTA Pro shines in terms of capacity and expandability.

As with any significant portable power purchase, assess your specific needs, and let this comparison guide you toward the portable power station that best suits your off-grid lifestyle. Make an informed choice, and enjoy the freedom of reliable, portable power whether you are at home or on the go.

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