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Last Edited by annie930ny September 19, 2015 at 07:03 AM
Saw this on sale for $9.88 at my local Sam's club. I bought one for my modem and router just in case of a short power outage.

http://www.samsclub.com/sams/tran...tid=333758

It is out of stock online. But I checked a few randomly zip codes and found many store has it in stock.

FYI, this is $39.00 at amazon [amazon.com] and $30 at bestbuy [bestbuy.com]
Reviews are not bad at all.
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Last Edited by nukem September 21, 2015 at 03:42 PM
No tools required to replace battery, but from APC the battery is $35

http://www.apc.com/resource/inclu...et=3944,3c

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I think everyone should have one of these (unless your modems are 3-pronged). It will make a brown out or black out so much more bearable. At $10 it's so worth it. I bought mine for $30 on sale and they have been awesome.
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Quote from ha_ha View Post :
Saw this on sale for $9.88 at my local Sam's club. I bought one for my modem and router just in case of a short power outage.

http://www.samsclub.com/sams/tran...tid=333758

It is out of stock online. But I checked a few randomly zip codes and found many store has it in stock.

FYI, this is $39.00 at amazon [amazon.com] and $30 at bestbuy [bestbuy.com]
Reviews are not bad at all.
Duplicate thread.
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Got 2 thanks.
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Duplicate thread.
Do you mean this thread? It's listed for $5 more.
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Do you mean this thread? It's listed for $5 more.
damn, bought it for $5 more. looks like they're clearing out their stock since inventory hasn't been moving...........
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I think everyone should have one of these (unless your modems are 3-pronged). It will make a brown out or black out so much more bearable. At $10 it's so worth it. I bought mine for $30 on sale and they have been awesome.
I plug my modem into a regular ups, along w/my desktop + monitor.
why buy a separate ups?
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125VA - can't run much off that. Seems too small to bother with, but I guess its cheap.
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I plug my modem into a regular ups, along w/my desktop + monitor.
why buy a separate ups?
I don't know, why would you? I recommend having one, doesn't really matter which one. This would be great entry level for anybody that doesn't have one.
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125VA - can't run much off that. Seems too small to bother with, but I guess its cheap.
Yeah, but you can't even buy the batteries for these for this price. Plus, 125VA doesn't seem like a lot, but it'll run your modem for a couple of hours. Most power outages don't last that long - at least not in my experience. I got a power meter to figure out how much wattage my modems are drawing and I have 2 routers and they don't even draw 30w together. Hopefully your power would be on by then and you would have just been fine surfing the web (if your internet line didn't get cut). Besides, it would also keep your modem running, stable and on in a power blip - this can help with keeping your electronics healthy. If anything, they make great stocking stuffers for family members.
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Mixed feelings about this device. It was beeping last week w/o having any power loss here.
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I plug my modem into a regular ups, along w/my desktop + monitor.
why buy a separate ups?
My modem and router are not anywhere near my desktop.
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My modem and router are not anywhere near my desktop.
Don't bring LOGIC into this thread! LMAO
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I have my own computer business and these are perfect for protecting my clients DSL/Cable modem, router and switch. Very little power is required to power those items. Components like these are always sensitive to power fluctuations. If any of those 3 items break, your network is DOWN! These items will also degrade over time from the fluctuating voltages.
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Perfect to keep my cat food dispenser running even through intermittent power outages. I'm going to try and get Staples to PM. Thanks!
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