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12v DC Car to AC Mains Power Plug 200w Inverter in Rubber/ABS Case with USB SWINV200
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Streetwize Power Inverter 200 watt / 400 watt peak Rubber case USB + Lights+ Twin Inputs
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My Uncle had a very similar device with a rechargeable battery for round about the same price, wish I`d paid more attention to product description and looked for that instead!
useful for Laptops and other electronic devices ie mobile phones.
- the light is fine for emergency use, ie. looking under the bonnet, changing a tyre;
- inverter works well, a little whiney but not unbearable;
- two 12v sockets are perfect for charging phones etc inside your tent, so that you don't have to leave phones/DS/PSP on view in the car;
- main problem for me is that the inverter has to be on and hence connected to the car's 12v outlet, just to power the USB (ie 5v) socket. Whereas the 12v outlets work straight off the internal batteries, no inverter or connection to car required. Weird. So I use a cigarette lighter type USB adaptor instead, plugged into one of the two 12v outlets - much easier.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
it wasn't what I expected there was no built in battery cant drag my car down the river bank rubbishPublished 20 months ago by Pa Waite
has a load of ways to power stuff from the car handy wee gadget, and is light weight so it isPublished on 2 Oct. 2013 by David Cuddihy
This product should not be described as portable. It must be used in a cigarette lighter style socket for it to work and does not hold any charge of its own.Published on 8 Jan. 2013 by Amazon Customer
Although it looks like it many similar units which give you mains power in a field - this one has no onboard battery - it must be connected to a 12v supply at all times - despite... Read morePublished on 13 Dec. 2012 by Mr. C. J. Mcnair