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150-Watt Nexus Escape Battery-Powered Inverter Generator, Powered by EGO Batteries Only (Tool Only) $69

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150-Watt Nexus Escape Battery-Powered Inverter Generator, Powered by EGO Batteries Only (Tool Only) for $69. Other stores are selling for >$99

Earlier post was YMMV, but can buy online now.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/EGO-1...305092938?

Introducing the Nexus Escape. Power when you want it, power when you need it. Built tough with a 120-Volt AC power outlet to power anything from a tablet while out and about, your lamps in the house, even your TV in a power outage.
  • 2 USB ports to power phones, tablets, laptops and more
  • 120-Volt AC power outlet to power TVs, routers, lamps, speakers and more
  • Power TVs, tablets and more
  • Works with all EGO batteries
  • 5-year limited warranty
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can this be stand alone and use for camping?
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In for 1 since I missed it last time. Thanks!
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Remember no batteries with this.
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Remember no batteries with this.
batteries deal?
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can this be stand alone and use for camping?
it can, but remember it's just 150w, not much things this can power. I'm actually very disappointed at this product and not worth the $90 I paid
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Modified sine wave I bet? Pass.
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batteries deal?
Most Home Depot stores have dropped the 2.5ah battery to $99

https://www.homedepot.com/p/EGO-5.../307831890
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I bought one recently, tested it with a Multimeter and it put out only 75 Volts...tried with multiple batteries. I returned it. (it should put out 120 Volts or so). I saw other reviews showing they tested it and it showed low Voltage also. FYI
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In for one. Figured it will be good enough for laptop and small electronics.
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Chiming in that its very underpowered. Had it attached to a 7.5 battery and could only power very basic stuff that I didn't need. Picked up the nexus battery station with 2 7.5 batteries for $799 which can handle fridges etc. Thinking of returning it all for a regular generator. What do you guys think?
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Chiming in that its very underpowered. Had it attached to a 7.5 battery and could only power very basic stuff that I didn't need. Picked up the nexus battery station with 2 7.5 batteries for $799 which can handle fridges etc. Thinking of returning it all for a regular generator. What do you guys think?
Def wouldn't pay 800 for a device that will barely power a fridge
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I researched this the last time this came on SD. It's basically a glorified phone charger.
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I researched this the last time this came on SD. It's basically a glorified phone charger.
Same here. There are power banks that are a fraction of the size and weight of a giant Ego battery.
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lol @ this thing (and any other battery-driven inverters) being labeled as a "generator"
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