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The DEWALT 140 Watt power inverter provides continuous power on the go for your smartphones, tablets, video games and other small electronics. With 3.1 Amp USB slots and a 120 Volt AC outlet, you can charge or operate multiple devices all at once. -slickdewmaster

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Dewalt 140W Power Inverter Dual USB Ports $24.88 at Home Depot, Free ship to Store for pick up.

The heavy duty DEWALT DXAEPI140 140 Watt power inverter provides continuous household power on the go for your smartphones, tablets, video games and other small electronics. With 3.1 Amp USB slots and a 120 Volt AC outlet, you can charge or operate multiple devices all at once. It's also completely silent, with no noisy fan or excess heat to worry about even when running all day under full load. The DEWALT DXAEPI140 AC inverter plugs conveniently into your car's 12 Volt DC outlet (cigarette lighter) and mounts using included installation hardware.
140 watts of continuous household power on-demand through 12V DC plug
Equipped with single 120V AC outlet and 3.1 Amp USB ports
Features fanless heatsink technology for silent operation
Integrated low voltage protection preserves your vehicle battery
Impact-resistant polymer housing with rubber bumpers for rugged everyday use
Short circuit, ground fault protection and battery protection
Flexible 12-volt DC cord
ETL safety certified
in Autos (2)
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Plenty of things they can be used for: laptop chargers, small LED TVs like in a camper, and most important, a heated cat bed so my cat was warm in my RV or front of my truck even when I was driving in winter.

Main question on this is if it has a built-in fan, and if so, it is loud and on all the time. I bought one from site (and it was a reputable brand, not junky or anything), but it his this tiny screeching fan that is on all the time! It's OK to have a fan that comes on under heavy load to cool the electronics, but some just always have it on (which wastes power too). I don't this model is like that, but just a warning. Actually I like that this is is small and probably would meet my needs and better than the others I have (provided it doesn't have a loud fan, of course).

EDIT UPDATE: This is SILENT which is great. At this price (which might be a normal price for this from HD; I'm not sure), I will probably pick one up. Even though I have a number of other small inverters, I like the small size and silent operation. I have larger ones like 300W but usually I don't need that much power. If you want something larger like for a Microwave, you will need 1000W and up, and those need to be connected directly to your battery, not a lighter plug. So for little things like I mentioned above, this is nice, plus keeps with my all-DeWalt decor. (except for some Milwaukee things too...)
They are good for breast milk pumps. Never found another use
This actually works well when I am working remote to power dewalt charger to recharge my dewalt batteries

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From what I understand, these are good for "Nothing"!
They are good for breast milk pumps. Never found another use
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I guess it would be good if had to run something at 120v AC that required 1 amp or less.
Not sure what that would be besides breast pumps, as mentioned above.
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This actually works well when I am working remote to power dewalt charger to recharge my dewalt batteries
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Plenty of things they can be used for: laptop chargers, small LED TVs like in a camper, and most important, a heated cat bed so my cat was warm in my RV or front of my truck even when I was driving in winter.

Main question on this is if it has a built-in fan, and if so, it is loud and on all the time. I bought one from site (and it was a reputable brand, not junky or anything), but it his this tiny screeching fan that is on all the time! It's OK to have a fan that comes on under heavy load to cool the electronics, but some just always have it on (which wastes power too). I don't this model is like that, but just a warning. Actually I like that this is is small and probably would meet my needs and better than the others I have (provided it doesn't have a loud fan, of course).

EDIT UPDATE: This is SILENT which is great. At this price (which might be a normal price for this from HD; I'm not sure), I will probably pick one up. Even though I have a number of other small inverters, I like the small size and silent operation. I have larger ones like 300W but usually I don't need that much power. If you want something larger like for a Microwave, you will need 1000W and up, and those need to be connected directly to your battery, not a lighter plug. So for little things like I mentioned above, this is nice, plus keeps with my all-DeWalt decor. (except for some Milwaukee things too...)
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This actually works well when I am working remote to power dewalt charger to recharge my dewalt batteries
It sounds silly but you're exactly right -- that's a good use for something like this too. Also for any other brand of tool charger.
Most of these brands do have car-powered (lighter-plug) chargers optimized for that purpose (so you don't waste power going up to 120V, and then back down to charging voltage). But they tend to be expensive, about $100 for the name brands like DeWalt, $50 for the Ryobi one. So this can do the job much cheaper. But if you do it all the time in a remote location with no AC power, you might opt for the 12V-powered one.
Also if you get one of the newer sets with a "Fast Charger" that can charge a large battery quickly, those can suck a couple of hundred Watts, so those would overload this. For basic model chargers this would be fine. And I've heard that slow-charging a battery is actually better for them anyway.
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This actually works well when I am working remote to power dewalt charger to recharge my dewalt batteries
I wonder how that compares speed-wise to the (ludicrously expensive) Dewalt dedicated car charger.
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This does NOT work with Dewalt batteries (like 20-Volt MAX), which really limits its usefulness.

In contrast, Ryobi has a battery-powered inverter:
https://www.homedepot.com/p/RYOBI.../308460871

Dewalt, get your $h!t together!
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Will this power a HP printer?
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How would this compare to slightly less powerful walmart inverter for $10?
https://www.walmart.com/ip/EverSt.../109463375

additionally, walmart has a 400W for $5 more
https://www.walmart.com/ip/EverSt.../189309462
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They are good for breast milk pumps. Never found another use
we just bought the AA battery pack for our pump, ran for a LONG time on 8 rechargable eneloop AA's
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This does NOT work with Dewalt batteries (like 20-Volt MAX), which really limits its usefulness.

In contrast, Ryobi has a battery-powered inverter:
https://www.homedepot.com/p/RYOBI.../308460871

Dewalt, get your $h!t together!
Apples and oranges, my friend.
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