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APC Pure Sinewave 1000VA 600W Back UPS Pro BR + APC 6-Outlet Surge Protector EXPIRED

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TigerDirect has APC Pure Sinewave 1000VA 600W Back UPS Pro BR + APC PE63 6-Outlet Surge Protector (BR1000MS-PE63-BNDL) on sale for $99.99. Shipping is free.

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About the Product
  • 10-Outlets/1000VA/600 Amp Watts
  • Sine Wave Output Voltage Wave Form
  • 4x NEMA 5-15R (Surge Protection)
  • 6x NEMA 5-15R (Battery Backup)
  • 1080 Joules
  • Circuit Breaker
  • 1x 4 USB Type A
  • 1x 24 USB-C
Includes
  • APC Pure Sinewave 1000VA 600W Back UPS Pro BR
  • APC PE63 6-Outlet 540 Joules Essential SurgeArrest Surge Protector
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TigerDirect has the APC BR1000MS UPC bundled with an APC surge protector for $99.99 with free shipping [tigerdirect.com].

BR1000MS has:
  • 10-Outlets/1000VA/600 Watts
  • Sine Wave Output Voltage Wave Form
  • 4x NEMA 5-15R (Surge Protection)
  • 6x NEMA 5-15R (Battery Backup)
  • 1080 Joules
  • Circuit Breaker
  • 1x 4 USB Type A
  • 1x 24 USB-C

This was previously a FP deal at $110. It appears to be their daily deal for today.

This is a great price for a pure sine wave UPS. The main drawbacks according to reviews are some early failures and some coil whine. APC customer service seems to be pretty good about addressing failed units. The previous deal thread also mentions TigerDirect took a month to ship.
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Quote from scotteh :
I need a UPS for my closet which has my fiber gateaway and a small 5 port network switch. This seems like overkill so I was thinking about the CyberPower ST425 (~$50) which is 425 VA / 260 watts. Seems small enough I might be able to fit it in the network closet but I'm always wondering how much runtime I would get.
There are a bunch of deals for smaller capacity units in the $30-$40 range. All are modified sine wave.
Ex: https://slickdeals.net/f/15436981-apc-back-ups-450-standby-ups-29-99
https://slickdeals.net/f/15440890-apc-650va-7-outlet-back-ups-battery-backup-35-free-store-pickup-sd-cashback-office-depot

The description of this one at Office Depot is lacking details on the capacity. I'm guessing it's a 850VA 500 W model based on the regular price and the fact the other capacity levels in the PST5 line have other listings at Office Depot. If so, $40 for 500W is a pretty good deal.
Edit: It's confirmed in this post. Also at Amazon for $40.
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Quote from gramaryen :
Sold out; deal dead by default
It's at least still letting add to cart and go to check out.
Maybe stock is going in and out.
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Quote from HilariousHome7419 :
Question - i'm looking for something to put in front of my gaming PC (w/800PSU) and 32" pro art monitor, plus a switch, speakers etc. From a smart power plug, it looks like during a gaming session i'm drawing about 400-500w. Is this going to be enough with plenty of room to upgrade to a rtx3080 (in 2025 lol)?
You're doing it right as far as checking your peak draw instead of looking at the labels on devices and adding them up (and then overbuying UPS capacity). Consider doing a similar run while doing some benchmarking (Prime95 to task the CPU, for the GPU even some of your games might have a benchmarking tool). This will potentially give you more insight into the potential peak draw.

If you're shopping for just basic coverage during brief outages, connecting a 500W load to a 600W UPS is just fine. Just make sure you really have that headroom otherwise you could actually cause the system to disconnect when your PC tries to draw more power than the UPS is rated to supply.

Good luck!
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back in stock but alot of horror stories on Amazon where this thing will spontaneous combust on its own. Its very scary.
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Quote from poorgrad :
There are a bunch of deals for smaller capacity units in the $30-$40 range. All are modified sine wave.
Ex: https://slickdeals.net/f/15436981-apc-back-ups-450-standby-ups-29-99
https://slickdeals.net/f/15440890-apc-650va-7-outlet-back-ups-battery-backup-35-free-store-pickup-sd-cashback-office-depot

The description of this one at Office Depot is lacking details on the capacity. I'm guessing it's a 850VA 500 W model based on the regular price and the fact the other capacity levels in the PST5 line have other listings at Office Depot. If so, $40 for 500W is a pretty good deal.
Edit: It's confirmed in this post. Also at Amazon for $40.
Thanks. Lot of comments about that model not lasting. I have a Cyberpower on my desktop and I've had it for about 5 years now. Surprisingly it still works great in the outages I've had. I think I might be partial to Cyberpower especially after reading the bad reviews on APC.
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Can't say you weren't warned about TigerDirect they're still selling this on their site but now they're backordered for the people who already purchased them
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Yeah just got an email saying it's shipped but backordered
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Did anyone else just receive the UPS but not the surge protector?
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Did anyone else just receive the UPS but not the surge protector?
Nvm. Apparently 2 separate shipments that did not come together for some reason
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Was this the best pure sine wave deal for BF and cyber week? I didn't see anything else really. Was looking for 900W.
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Took a little less than two weeks for me to receive both items in separate shipments, The surge protector is pretty basic. It does not even have spaced out outlets for power bricks.
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Quote from alexcapone :
Was this the best pure sine wave deal for BF and cyber week? I didn't see anything else really. Was looking for 900W.
connection.com had a very limited deal for a 1000 VA 500W model for $69.95.
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gettin kinda annoyed. ordered early on the 26th.

Order Date: 11/26/2021
Order Status: To Drop Shipper - Your order is being submitted to a third-party warehouse for fulfillment and delivery. You will receive a Shipping Confirmation email once it ships.
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Finally received the UPS Today. No surge protector yet.
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Finally got shipping notification for 2 packages, supposed to arrive Friday. About time!
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