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APC Back-UPS Pro BR 10-Outlet 1500VA SineWave Battery Backup EXPIRED

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Staples has APC Back-UPS Pro BR 10-Outlet 1500VA SineWave Battery Backup (BR1500MS) on sale for $129.99 when you apply coupon code 68592 in cart. Shipping is free. Thanks littleman

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Features:
  • 10 Outlets + 2 USB Charging Ports
  • Surge Protection: 1080 Joules
  • Sinewave Output
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Comes with a 3-year warranty. -oceanlake

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Staples has the APC BR1500MS on sale for 149.99. After the current 20 off COUPON of 68592 it becomes 129.99! Even cheaper than the post last week.

https://www.staples.com/apc-back-...t_24323531

Ensure devices are fully charged and surge protected when using this high-performance battery backup. It includes two USB ports, SineWave UPS, an alarm that notifies changes in UPS-power conditions, and an automatic self-test to ensure that you never lose power. The APC Back-UPS unit with 10 outlets and LCD screen connects your wireless router, computer, gaming consoles, and other valuable electronics so you never lose productivity during an unexpected power outage. The APC Back-UPS Pro models provide premium battery backup and surge protection. Power and protect critical electronics and stay connected to the internet during outages, surges, and lightning. Ideal for home office electronics, small to medium office electronics, networking devices, gaming PCs and consoles. APC Back-UPS Pro models provide USB charging ports for your mobile devices, active PFC compatibility and increased runtime for your critical electronics.

UPS protects electronic equipment and prevents data loss during a power outage
Surge energy rating: 1080 joules
Equipped with 10 outlets for seamless connectivity
Provides USB connectivity for maximum flexibility
6' cord allows you to set up your system at a comfortable distance
Recharge time: 16 hours
Output voltage of 120 VAC to ensure adequate power supply
External form makes it convenient to install and use
Lead acid battery ensures efficient performance
Has 2 USB charging ports
Provides protection of connected equipment from power surges on the data lines
Meets or exceeds NOM, RoHS, REACH, FCC Part 15 Class B, TUV C standards
Dimensions: 10.24"H x 3.94"W x 14.49"D
3-year manufacturer limited warranty
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I just found a very unfortunate drawback to cyberpower after buying the 1500 series. The unit cannot be turned on unless it is fully charged. I use my UPSes a lot during power outages... I have a few and usually turn them off when the power goes out, then turn them on as needed. You cannot do that with Cyberpower. I turned my 1500 off 2 mins after the power went out and now its useless until the power comes back on. Such a stupid feature. They do this, instead of making an easy battery disconnect, so they can safely ship. This was my first cyberpower and will be my last. They probably saved $1 per unit by doing this... sooo foolish.
For what it's worth, I used to sell these and while CyberPower is the value brand, there were significantly more complaints and exchanges on CyberPower vs APC.

Personally I've had every (5+) CyberPower battery fail after 3.5-4 years whereas some APC units are running 5+ years. Note the life of a battery is 3 years but personally and professionally I find better value on APC in the long run.

Guys, this is protecting your $1000+ electronic; what's an extra $20?
I wouldn't purchase this UPS. According to multiple Amazon reviews and APC forums, the unit has a high faulty rate of F02 errors and smoke arising from it after a few weeks. Dangerous. Better safe than sorry imo.

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Wat was the price last week? Thanks
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Can I use this as back up power for sump pump?
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I have had back luck with APC, Cyberpower is the best.
+1. I have two Cyberpower units and they've served me well for years.
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Good price if for true sine wave. However, this has been sold out hours before this post at least in my area. I got the simulated sine wave one from CyperPower last week for 10% less, but they shipped me an used one in a beaten box. just returned it a couple days ago and get the 1350VA one at Costco for $99 instead.
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I have had back luck with APC, Cyberpower is the best.
I just found a very unfortunate drawback to cyberpower after buying the 1500 series. The unit cannot be turned on unless it is fully charged. I use my UPSes a lot during power outages... I have a few and usually turn them off when the power goes out, then turn them on as needed. You cannot do that with Cyberpower. I turned my 1500 off 2 mins after the power went out and now its useless until the power comes back on. Such a stupid feature. They do this, instead of making an easy battery disconnect, so they can safely ship. This was my first cyberpower and will be my last. They probably saved $1 per unit by doing this... sooo foolish.
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Its a battery backup, so if you lose electricity in your home, anything plugged in to this will stay one for a few more minutes until you can save your stuff snd shut down properly
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Bought this for my living room to power my TV/AV/Xbox setup. Saves me from lights flicking during a storm, and enough time for me to finish a game or show to shut them down. I've been waiting for another sale to buy one for my pc.
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I've seen these a ton but I'm not sure how they work. Is this just for charging things?
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Personally, in my consulting work, I've had no problem with APS. But CyberPower is my go-to because of the value.

This is a great deal for a sine wave unit. In for one.
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Seems like a good deal. Can't find any reason why this is worse then the competing cyberpower model, other then general anecdotal stories. (Which May or May not be applicable to this specific model)
Thanks op!
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