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Best Buy has CyberPower 1325VA Sinewave 10-Outlet UPS Mini Tower (GX1325U) on sale for $118.99. Select in-store pickup where available. Thanks travmo.

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Best Buy [bestbuy.com] has CyberPower 1325VA Sinewave 10-Outlet UPS Mini Tower (GX1325U) on sale for $118.99.

https://www.bestbuy.com/site/cybe...Id=4961801
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Last Edited by 500VDC February 15, 2019 at 08:37 AM
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I really wanted coffee when the power went out - this bad boy gave me 1 cup after 3 minutes and died. But it will run my router, modem, 4 POE cameras and NVR for 2 hours. Just a fun anecdote on power consumption and what expectations people should have.

I am very happy with my 2x UPS from cyberpower - I've had em for 2 years!
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Costco has the 1500VA for $10 more. Simulated sinewave
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If you bought one or still have the option to buy, you should pick these up as well: https://www.amazon.com/Melca-Shor...B014K0TCEA

I hate how close they place the outlets as I have more devices with wider wall warts than regular width plugs and lose out on usable space without them.
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If you bought one or still have the option to buy, you should pick these up as well: https://www.amazon.com/Melca-Shor...B014K0TCEA

I hate how close they place the outlets as I have more devices with wider wall warts than regular width plugs and lose out on usable space without them.
Thanks. Just what I was looking for.
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Could this power a refrigerator or would the startup surge from the motor trip it?
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Costco has for 99$
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Costco has for 99$
Not this model, they don't. And it's not pure sinewave.
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in for one for my network rack at home. TU/Repped
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Could this power a refrigerator or would the startup surge from the motor trip it?
probably no.

https://community.spiceworks.com/...his-fridge

or

http://www.mediproducts.net/blog/...frigerator
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Costco has the 1500VA for $10 more. Simulated sinewave
SIMULATED Sine wave.

This deal is pure Sine wave...

big difference... hence the cost....
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Costco has for 99$
Link? I'm only seeing $129 models online.
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YMMV Costco has a CyberPower 1350 10-Outlet, two front USB, UPS similar to this one for $99.

Just picked it up yesterday in Kalamazoo, MI.
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I got this last summer and it's been great. Rock solid, turns on instantly when needed, no noise, no smell, solidly-built. My only semi-gripe is that it use another battery-backed outlet, and more space between more outlets. But, nothing an inexpensive y-splitter can't solve. It's on the same line as a laser printer, both on different outlets, and it always switches to battery power whenever I print anything with no indication that there's been a switchover on my PC, e.g. flickering. The only indication is a clickey sound coming from the UPS, I'm guessing a relay kicking in. It's a good unit.
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No you won't. More like 5-6.
Depends. mine are lasting just fine and my grid power is jacked so I need good UPS power.
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YMMV Costco has a CyberPower 1350 10-Outlet, two front USB, UPS similar to this one for $99.

Just picked it up yesterday in Kalamazoo, MI.
If I recall, that is simulated sine wave, not pure sine wave.
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