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Powering MP:75 Mininverter £4.89 @ Tesco
Powering MP:75 Mininverter £4.89 @ Tesco

Powering MP:75 Mininverter £4.89 @ Tesco

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Inverter Mp75 Mini-inverter
Specifications :
Maximum power rating : 75 watts
Continuous power rating : 56 watts
Surge capacity : 150 watts
Standby current : 0.1 amps
Nominal voltage : 12 volts DC
Efficiency : 90 percent
Output L Modified sine wave
Part number : RINV75
Features :
Protective Safety Features :Prevents damage to both the car battery and the appliance plugged in
Flexible Design : Adjustable positioning whatever the vehicle
Compact and Lightweight : Easily stored in your vehicle
Functional : Suitable for both professional and personal use
Spring Tension Switch : Accommodates different sized lighter sockets
NOTE : THIS UNIT IS SUITABLE FOR ANY APPLIANCE RUNNING AT A MAXIMUM OF 75 WATTS
To calculate the wattage of your appliance; use the following equation
amps x voltage = watts
e.g. 4 amps x 12 volts = 48 watts
or refer to product instruction manual.

Transform your vehicle into a mobile office or home from home


Simply insert into your cigar lighter and plug in your appliance


Maximum power rating : 75 watts


Continuous power rating : 56 watts

Saw this instore at Tesco feltham, couldn't see it online, original price was £20.00 they had about 6 left

Sorry if its been posted before

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Saw this instore at Tesco feltham, couldn't see it online, original … Saw this instore at Tesco feltham, couldn't see it online, original price was £20.00 they had about 6 left


Extremly old stock - these were a clearance line months ago @ Tesco stores.
Themangoman posted the same deal last January, although I know my local store cleared these months before that
hotukdeals.com/ite…co/
(The difference in price probably relates to vat reduction)

The problem with this product is the use is extremly limited with continuous output capability of only 56 watts.
e.g. my laptop will often draw more than that, especially if recharging the internal battery whilst being used.

Perhaps ok to run an ipod or recharge a phone battery with.
Better to pay a little more and get a more versatile inverter with a minimum continuous power output of 120-150w imo.

But if you want one of these, and you happen to find stock in your store, you won't buy cheaper

Voted LUKEWARM.
(Now you don't see people claiming to have voted that way HUKD often! :-D)

tepid for me too
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