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Written by Chris on January 5, 2022


Review of the FlashFish EA300

Updated on: 29 November 2023 

– At A Glance –

Super Portable

Weighing just 6.4lbs, the FlashFish EA300 is a compact, light and very portable device.

330W of Power

A 300Wh Lithium-ion battery outputs 330W continuous and 380W peak (surge) power.

Touch Screen

An LCD screen offers full information on the condition and status of the EA300.

330W of continuous portable power

Virtually the same power station as the FlashFish E300, the differences being essentially cosmetic. Just like the E300, this model is designed to fulfill the needs of campers and everyone who wants to make the most of the freedom that the outdoor and adventurous life offers.

It has a compact body measuring 8.23 x5.19 x7.56 inches and is built to be light and easily transportable out on the trail or on the road. And homeowners will no doubt find the bright LED lighting a real boon when the grid goes down so they can safely find their way in the dark to power up some essential appliances.

Battery safety and saving technology

Th 300Wh lithium-ion battery is managed by a Battery Management System (BMS) which provides protection from:

  • Short-circuit
  • Over-current
  • Over-charging
  • Low voltage
  • Over-heating

And a fan helps to ensure the unit remains within its operating temperature limits either when on charge or providing power to external devices.

If no appliances are connected to the unit, it will automatically turn off to save battery power.

Recharging the power station

The EA300 can be charged by at least three methods: AC wall outlet, solar panel(s) – (either 2x50W or 1x100W, and a car’s 12V socket.

The time to recharge the EA300 can differ because of various factors, such as location, temperature, and weather conditions. But as a general guide you can expect times of about:

  • 5-6 hours to fully recharge from an AC wall outlet (60W AC adapter included),
  • 6-7 hours from a 12V/24V car port
  • 6-7 hours using a FlashFish 100W solar panel – paid link (comes with a 4 in 1 connector adapter kit)
FlashFish 100W Solar Panel

Control panel power outputs and input

The control panel is designed for the easiest of operation. An LCD panel is included so you can keep a close eye on AC/DC input and output wattage, as well as the battery’s condition in terms of remaining time and charging status.

The outlets include:

FlashFish EA300 Control Panel
  • 2x110V 330W (Peak 380W) AC Pure Sine Wave
  • 2xDC 12V~16.8V/168W Max
  • 1xUSB (5V/2.4A)
  • 2 Quick Charge 3.0 USB outputs (18W QC3.0, 5V/2.4A)
  • 1xDC 21.5 DC socket output (24V/3.8A Max) (12V/10A)
  • 1xDC Input/Solar Input (V/3.4A)
  • Solar Input: 18~24V – for 2x50W or just 1x100W Solar Panel(s)

Both of the 330W continuous AC outlets have a momentary surge (peak) of 380W, and their Pure Sine Wave output provides a safe and steady stream of power that won’t harm any of your sensitive electronic devices.

Eco-friendly clean indoor and outdoor power

While gas-powered portable generators have an important, and sometimes vital, role to play in the lives of many people who have limited or no access to grid power, it’s always a pleasure to be able at times to forget their noise and potentially dangerous fumes. And this is where portable power stations can step forward to supplement a portable generator when power needs are not so great. It might also be one of very few options for people who live in apartments and for obvious reasons are prohibited from using a portable generator.

A top choice for Adventurers

Portable power stations are the top choice for adventurers who love hiking and camping because of their compact size, light weight and unrivaled portability.

Power 9 Devices

Versatile power delivery to a multitude of devices, with availability of QC3.0 and Solar Panel fast charging.

FlashFish EA330 Power
FlashFish EA300 Solar Power

The Camper’s Companion

Out on the trail, camping or trekking, the EA300 with a FlashFish 100W Solar Panel offers you an almost unlimited source of independent power.

Super Simple Layout

The EA300 is packed with features so you can power your equipment on the go in a variety of ways using the AC, the USB and the 12V outlets. Plus this model has an LCD screen and a bright LED light.

lashFish EA330 Portable Power Station Features

Here is the User Guide for this model.

Frequently Asked Questions

What can this device power?

The EA300 is limited to a maximum of 330W using the AC outlets and you cannot exceed this limit. Always check the wattage of any appliance before making a connection.

Can I use the power station while it is on charge?

Yes, the EA300 can be used and charged at the same time, but the LCD will only show the charging status.

Can I use this as a UPS?

No, portable power stations cannot normally take the place of a dedicated UPS.

What Solar Panel can I use with this model?

2xFlashFish 50W Solar Panels in an array or 1xFlashFish 100W Solar Panel are recommended for maximum recharge times.

Can I take this power station on a plane?

No, this is because the Li-on battery can be volatile, and the size exceeds what is normally permitted by the TSA for reasons of safety.

Is the unit really silent?

The only sound you may hear is the cooling fan, but this is only audible when standing close by.

Final Words

One buyer has reported having been very dissatisfied with the Flashfish which failed to hold a charge. They found it a disappointment and a waste of time and money. Although this may have been a bad example, a replacement presented the same problem, suggesting a problem with quality control.

FlashFish EA300 Manufacturer Specifications

Capacity222Wh (6000mAh)
Cell ChemistryLithium-ion Battery 18650 300Wh
AC OutputAC 330W/380W (Peak) Pure Sine Wave Output
Output Voltage110V
Car Output12V, 10A
DC Input19V/3.4A
SolarMax Input 100W 18/24V
DC Output12-16.8V/10A (max); 24V/3.8A (Max)
PD Type C Input/Output45W
USB Output2xUSB Q 3.0, 1x USB 5V/2.4A
Charging Time5-6 Hours (with 19V/3.4A Adapter)
RECHARGE METHODSAC Outlet, Solar, Car Adapter
Net/Gross Weight6.4lbs (2.9kg) / 8.4lbs/3.8kg)
Dimensions (LxWxD) inches / mm8.46 x 5.4 x 6.6 / 215 x 138 x 168
Operating Usage Temperature14-104F (-10-40℃)
Life Cycle>800 Times
Warranty12 months
Article written by Chris

2 comments on “Review of the FlashFish EA300”

  1. What a piece of junk. My first one model E300 would not run my CPAP but one hour. My wife and I have a cabin that’s off grid and I needed the Fish Flash to power my CPAP. We returned it for one that on 100% charge will not charge my cell phone. I’m returning both not expecting a refund, but maybe they can be used as a fish hide. What a disappoitment and a waste of time and money!!! Robert Bain, MD. Tennessee

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