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300W Vehicle Power Inverter DC 12V to 110V AC Outlets and Car Inverter with 3.1A Dual USB Adapter $15.33

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Lol read some of the reviews clearly written by people who don't speak English as their primary language.

This vehicle power storage is very awesome. It has a very awesome to use connections and also I had a power storage last month and I had nothing to give me electricity and also it has a very easy to use. It also has a very nice and also easy to use connection system
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Hope this works. My inverter blew. Am I right that you can only pull 150watts at ~110 volts from the cig charger, so to get the 300watts needed I will direct connect to battery?
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Lol read some of the reviews clearly written by people who don't speak English as their primary language.

This vehicle power storage is very awesome. It has a very awesome to use connections and also I had a power storage last month and I had nothing to give me electricity and also it has a very easy to use. It also has a very nice and also easy to use connection system
Agreed! And Fakespot rates quality of reviews as "A". Makes me question the value of Fakespot altogether!
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Even as this may be a self promotion post it still beats the last 300watt inverter that went FP. Good price for what you get as long as it works
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Even as this may be a self promotion post it still beats the last 300watt inverter that went FP. Good price for what you get as long as it works
I think that bold part is the source of the concern, especially with a device that does nothing but manipulate electricity.
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Wish it had two 2 amp USB ports vs 1 and 2...keep on waiting on deal with both 2 amps
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I think that bold part is the source of the concern, especially with a device that does nothing but manipulate electricity.
Yeap, and replacing car fuses may be the cheapest result of using cheapo Chinese "300w" inverters. Burned MacBook charger is another option. Add a few dollars and buy brand one
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Hope this works. My inverter blew. Am I right that you can only pull 150watts at ~110 volts from the cig charger, so to get the 300watts needed I will direct connect to battery?
I didn't realize that cig charger bottlenecks the watts.

After a little research it looks like the cig charger taps out at 175 watts and anything over that need to be directly connected to the battery. Good to know, thanks.
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