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Ryobi 18-Volt ONE+ 120-Watt Automotive Power Source (Factory Blemished) EXPIRED

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Direct Tools Outlet has Ryobi 18-Volt ONE+ 120-Watt Automotive Power Source (Factory Blemished, RYI120AVNM) on sale for $35.99. Shipping is free when you apply promo code DTFOMLKSALE in cart.

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Key Features:
  • Fits All RYOBI One+ 18-Volt Batteries
  • 120-Watts of Continuous Output
  • Ideal For Laptops, Tablets, Smart Phones and Other Small Electronics
  • Compatible with 12V DC Car Power Ports
  • Includes both 18 Volt and 12 Volt Power Adaptor Cables
  • Offers (1) 120V Outlet and (2) USB-A Outlets for Charging and Powering a Multitude of Electronics

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    • This sale price is $9 lower (20% savings) than the $44.99 list price.
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    • Includes a 3-Year Limited Warranty.
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Similar to the 150w inverter but this is limited to 120w. This does allow you to connect to a 12V power outlet in your vehicle though. FS with code DTFOMLKSALE.

https://www.directtoolsoutlet.com...RYI120AVNM
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H3110w0r1d08 asked this question on 01-21-2022 at 11:51 AM
01-21-2022 at 11:51 AM
What should work is an immersion water heater for tea. One end gets plugged in, put the other end into your cup, and it’ll charge. Works for instant coffee or pour over.

Random link: https://smile.amazon.com/Instant-Immersion-Electric-Portable-Reheater/dp/B01M0Q84BR/ref=mp_s_a_1_3?crid=2RDQEACPVO06R&keywords=immersion+water+heater+for+tea&qid=1642430102&sprefix=immersion+water+heater+for+tea%2Caps%2C196&sr=8-3

Just, uh, don’t burn yourself.

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It totally makes sense. It would require a whole boost circuit charge controller and battery management circuit. It's not a freebie nor does anything else in the device make adding that cheaper or synergistic other than the plastic.
I had one of these for about a week. It wasn't great. Actually, it was garbage. I tried charging some phones off the USB ports as well as plugging in a regular power adapter to it. Barely worked. Same with a couple iPads and a relatively low wattage laptop. I don't know if mine was just a dud, but wanted to give my anecdata.
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It will be great if it can charge battery when connected to 12v.
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It will be great if it can charge battery when connected to 12v.
yeah can't believe they left that functionality out
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It will be great if it can charge battery when connected to 12v.
The new 800W inverter can, but it is $129 at HD.
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It will be great if it can charge battery when connected to 12v.
You can. You just need a charger. 🤣
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Is this a slick deal?
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The new 800W inverter can, but it is $129 at HD.
I need the other way around, I want to have the battery get jump started off 40v or 18v
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Probably slick. It's $50 on HD.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/RYOBI.../316452902
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I need the other way around, I want to have the battery get jump started off 40v or 18v
There is a new product with solar option coming out from Ryobi.
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There is a new product with solar option coming out from Ryobi.
I am very interested, my shed my mower kept dying from sitting in shed all seasons or over winter, so I installed a single 100 watt solar panel, with a 12v maintainer on it, works quite well. didnt die at all for last year or two. very happy with that.! too far to run power to run a battery tinder.
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Pure sine wave? Modified? Square?
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I am very interested, my shed my mower kept dying from sitting in shed all seasons or over winter, so I installed a single 100 watt solar panel, with a 12v maintainer on it, works quite well. didnt die at all for last year or two. very happy with that.! too far to run power to run a battery tinder.
https://youtu.be/d2dfA6vwQco
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Pure sine wave? Modified? Square?
Modified rectangle
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yeah can't believe they left that functionality out
It totally makes sense. It would require a whole boost circuit charge controller and battery management circuit. It's not a freebie nor does anything else in the device make adding that cheaper or synergistic other than the plastic.
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