Agreed, in fact they shouldn't hold anything... right?
Anyways, I repped him for that since the first rule of SD is to not call... so serves that asshat who did call right.
I think they can hold regular or sale-priced merchandise... but definitely not clearance or anything that says "Limited Quantities", "While Supplies Last"... things like that.
While the "no call policy" is the first "unofficial rule" of SD, it gets broken an awful lot of the time. Sometimes I can understand it though... especially if a deal involves a very long trip to a store.
If you try to draw more power from the battery backed outlets than is rated for the unit it will go in to overload mode and shut everything off. I'm not even referring to when it is on battery power. When it is getting juice, if you plug more in to the battery outlets than it is rated for (200W) it will shut off until reset.
No brainer at this price if you happen to be near a store that has in stock. As all have mentioned, no auto shutdown pc interface and it may beep the whole power outage. Don't think you can turn off the beeps. I have a bunch of 1500va i snagged on clearance but that was dumb luck. this handy for power blips and to protect dvr for cost of a surge protector.
I have a foolproof way of stopping the beeps. They're called "wire cutters."
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