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Fry's Email Exclusive: CyberPower 1325VA 810W Simulated Sine Wave 10-Outlet UPS Mini Tower $99 + Free Store Pickup

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Hi, is this a good price?
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Hi, is this a good price?
I have been waiting for a deal on these. However, this doesn't sound any good. Costco in-store has these at $99 regular price.
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I have been waiting for a deal on these. However, this doesn't sound any good. Costco in-store has these at $99 regular price.
Ok thanks. I'll keep waiting for a good one.
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I have been waiting for a deal on these. However, this doesn't sound any good. Costco in-store has these at $99 regular price.
cant seem to find these on costco...care to provide a link
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cant seem to find these on costco...care to provide a link
1350/800 is an in-store item. Online has a better one 1500VA/900W. Usually on the these units Costco put $20 to $30 manufacturer discounts time to time. So also last sale from B&H and other stores on the bigger unit is at $101, search on SD should give the results.
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Store Pickup: Sold Out

Local Delivery: Not Available For Local Delivery

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Not sure why the deal is marked as expired just because one person wasn't able to find it at their local Frys. I'm seeing available for local pickup in 3 of the 5 Frys in Southern California. The emailed personal coupon code works to drop the price to $99.

The Costco UPSes are usually simulated sine wave. That's fine for most electronics (especially if it uses a wall wart or power brick). You need a pure sine wave UPS if you've got one of the fancier high-efficiency power supplies, or if you're planning to plug in something with an AC motor.
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If you're buying this for a PC, DON'T.

I bought this exact model in December off Amazon, thinking it would be the cherry on top for my new build. Beautiful new Seasonic Prime Titanium. UPS and Surge Protection seemed awesome. This thing is an obnoxious piece of crap. It made my PSU make a low hum and my GPU started to struggle to play Final Fantasy XIV (a game which any video card within the past ten years can handle!). I was told on /r/buildapc that modified sine wave is perfectly fine for PCs. They are absolutely not.

And now I am stuck with a $100 lead weight.

Amazon didn't accept my return because these have lead batteries and weigh 22lbs. Unbelievable.
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