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CyberPower CST135XLU-R UPS System PC Battery Backup 1350 VA / 810 W ( Factory Reconditioned ) $89.99 Shipped Free With Prime @ WOOT

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A mini-tower UPS with line interactive topology, the CyberPower Intelligent LCD CST135XLU provides battery backup (using simulated sine wave output) and surge protection for desktop computers, workstations, networking devices, and home entertainment systems. The CST135XLU uses Automatic Voltage Regulation (AVR) to correct minor power fluctuations without switching to battery power, which extends battery life. AVR is essential in areas where power fluctuations occur frequently.

Two USB charge ports (2.1 Amp shared) rapidly power portable devices such as mobile phones, MP3 players, and cameras. The CST135XLU comes with a $500,000 Connected Equipment Guarantee.

Battery Backup
Supplies power long enough for equipment to properly shut down when utility power fails. Helps prevent loss of data and minimizes the component stress caused by a hard shutdown.

Surge Protection
Diverts excess voltage away from sensitive electronic equipment during an AC power surge or power spike to prevent damage.

Data Line Protection
Prevents power surges that travel through telephone, coaxial, and Ethernet lines from causing damage to electronics.
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What's the risk here with it being factory reconditioned
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What's the risk here with it being factory reconditioned
dont do it
just get it new ...basically same amount of pesos
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What's the risk here with it being factory reconditioned
I think it's about the same price new when it's on sale, though I don't think there is much risk as more likely store returns.
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dont do it
just get it new ...basically same amount of pesos
Looks like this UPS was $99 (new) at Costco 2.5 years ago and $105 (new, AC) at Newegg 2 years ago. Otherwise new unit will cost you $135 today without YMMV disclaimers. If you have any pointers to a comparably priced new 1350 VA or better unit available today, please provide links.

Woot shows that this UPS comes with 1 year warranty but should it come to it, you're responsible for shipping costs to the repair facility
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Looks like this UPS was $99 (new) at Costco 2.5 years ago and $105 (new, AC) at Newegg 2 years ago. Otherwise new unit will cost you $135 today without YMMV disclaimers. If you have any pointers to a comparably priced new 1350 VA or better unit available today, please provide links.

Woot shows that this UPS comes with 1 year warranty but should it come to it, you're responsible for shipping costs to the repair facility
https://www.google.com/search?q=1350+VA
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As the previous poster said, the options on google page1 are all $135 to $150 for comparable specs on a new one, or 50% more expensive. Feel free to link directly to a better option with similar specs for a good price, but I can't find anything.

Looks like a pretty solid unit for the price, I'm considering grabbing one for my desktop. We just moved and get a lot more short power outages than we ever did at our old place just across town... -_-
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As the previous poster said, the options on google page1 are all $135 to $150 for comparable specs on a new one, or 50% more expensive. Feel free to link directly to a better option with similar specs for a good price, but I can't find anything.

Looks like a pretty solid unit for the price, I'm considering grabbing one for my desktop. We just moved and get a lot more short power outages than we ever did at our old place just across town... -_-
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