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Amazon.com has AC Power Bank, Omars 40200mAh Battery Bank with Outlet Portable AC Power Plug Laptop Power Bank Universal Power Bank Travel Charger (Dual USB Ports, 90W AC Output) Compatible with MacBook, Notebook for only $54.99 After use 50% Off coupon code: JRMQE28Y at checkout. Thanks

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This just seems so inefficient. It's feeding a laptop, or a CPAP. Both of those take DC.

And this unit runs off a battery. DC.

So it's taking DC, and inverting it to AC. Which then feeds a power brick, which converts it back to DC.

What are we looking at? 10% loss for the invert, then another 10% for converting back? 81% efficiency?

Yes, I know it's better than nothing. But it's irritatingly inefficient.
19% of reviewers rating this 1 star scares me.
It would be a good deal if the battery had a UsB-C PD with at least 45w

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Why the td, this seems like a good deal. I'm going camping for a week and this seems like a good bring along.
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Why the td, this seems like a good deal. I'm going camping for a week and this seems like a good bring along.
Agreed. Good deal on this. Bought. Thanks OP!
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the latter? yeah, wouldn't that be sweet!
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It would be a good deal if the battery had a UsB-C PD with at least 45w
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it can be perfect for my travel.Thanks op
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> i don't see it but it must come with an adapter to charge it up
Comments say it includes charger

Can they just call this 40Ah already :-)

Great deal but I wish this had 12VDC output for CPAP use (like this [amazon.com]). The AC output will probably work fine, but its inefficient (and wasting battery life) to convert from DC batteries to AC (builtin inverter) and back to DC (CPAP adapter).
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Good price, but keep in mind this is no good for air travel, way beyond fcc limit. So no good for travel indeed, coz you do not need a power bank if you have your car with you.
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I heard if more than 100 wh the airlines or airport baggage checks wont allow. Does anyone know?
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This just seems so inefficient. It's feeding a laptop, or a CPAP. Both of those take DC.

And this unit runs off a battery. DC.

So it's taking DC, and inverting it to AC. Which then feeds a power brick, which converts it back to DC.

What are we looking at? 10% loss for the invert, then another 10% for converting back? 81% efficiency?

Yes, I know it's better than nothing. But it's irritatingly inefficient.
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19% of reviewers rating this 1 star scares me.
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No usb-c? Lol pass
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I heard if more than 100 wh the airlines or airport baggage checks wont allow. Does anyone know?

https://www.faa.gov/hazmat/packsa.../?hazmat=7
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