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Duracell 175w Power Inverter £22.95 from Amazon
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Found 1st FebFound 1st Feb
As the recent deal post from MyMemory has gone out of stock. I took a quick check on Amazon to find the alternative. Dispatched from and sold by Amazon
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kevf113 m ago

Already posted it's ok so long as it's low power things you want to use .


I did mention that in the description
kevf19 m ago

Already posted it's ok so long as it's low power things you want to use .


They were from 7Dayshop and MyMemory and are expired. This one is from Amazon.
kevf16 m ago

Already posted it's ok so long as it's low power things you want to use .


I don't think it is posted. I cant see it.
Already posted it's ok so long as it's low power things you want to use .
Duracell 175w Power Inverter - car socket to 240v socket - £19.99 delivered @ MyMemory
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Found 31st JanFound 31st Jan
Ideal power inverter for use in the car charging laptops, drones, dvd players etc. Cheapest I have seen for a while with free delivery
ssc18th Feb

Ffs just what i need. missed it



Back in stock!
Ffs just what i need. missed it
germainsophie31st Jan

Sorry silly question alert!!Does this have any impact at all on the car …Sorry silly question alert!!Does this have any impact at all on the car battery? I'm guessing it's only powered once car is switched on?Sorry and thanks!


Depends on how your car is wired. Some are constant live some are ignition switched. Mines constant live. Does my head in 😁
I really tried to run a hair dryer.
In in my defence, it wasn’t an emergency blow-dry, it was to take off the model badge at the back of my car by heating the glue.

I should have kept that to myself eh?
ourdave11 h, 19 m ago

Awesome price, I paid more than this for a cheaper looking 150W inverter …Awesome price, I paid more than this for a cheaper looking 150W inverter last summer.Yes, this will drain the hell out of your battery if you don't have the engine running. It'll be ok to pump up a dinghy or airbed without flattening the battery, but if you're going to be running/charging a laptop from it you really want the engine running too.It will work with the engine off (well...mine does, might depend on the car) but on mine there's an inbuilt fan, and the fan runs much faster when the engine is on.You'll want to note the power requirements of the things you want to power. A laptop will be about 60W or 90W and clearly states the requirement. My hairdryer wouldn't run off my inverter so must be over 150W.I'm no electrician so I guess what I'm really saying is "don't imagine you can run everything off one of these - there will be some things that plain won't work". But still...they're ace...


Did u really try the hairdryer or is that a example hair dryers use a lot of energy the smallest ones I think are around 700w usually 2000w.
Ring 265 Powerpack/Inverter/Jump Starter - £131.74 @ Screwfix
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Found 13th JanFound 13th Jan
Cheapest place I've found for this. The next cheapest is Halfords at £135 but anywhere else it's selling for around the £160 mark. It allows you to jump start your vehicle, charge… Read more
If it's £135 in Halfords, you can easily get it for £125*0.92+10=£125
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I wouldn't buy it to use as a jump starter. It's only useful to me as an inverter and power pack (e.g. to run a coolbox off in the boot of the car on the way to a camping trip)
I always carry a spare battery , cheaper and more efficient
OR.... small car battery, lidl smart charger, pair of decent jump leads...... 300w invertor if you really need it (won't run much and will drain the battery very quickly), not as portable but works better, though if you're riding round with this in the boot because your battery goes flat, you're an idiot
Be careful with these, this will not jump a flat battery, like a lot of jump starters at this budget they require some power in the battery. At this budget you cannot beat the Clarke 4000
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Ring Automotive RINVU150 12V Modified Sinewave 120W Inverter £17.99 @ Maplin
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Found 12th Aug 2016Found 12th Aug 2016
Cheapest I could find online when looking for a reliable one. Product details Ring Automotive RINVU150 12V Modified Sinewave 120W Inverter • 120W continuous output to power a ra… Read more
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vadiro

Considering that the power of this Inverter is 120W you wont be able to … Considering that the power of this Inverter is 120W you wont be able to power your 240W device.Anyway, I never talked about laptops. What I was trying to say, is that this days most of the portable devices can be USB and also that most of the other devices that you may want tu use would need more than 120W.


I meant Volts not watts my mistake. For example I couldn't power my 90w tv with a power bank as it needs a 240v input.
BigBuds

How can you power a 240w device with a power bank? Your comment is the … How can you power a 240w device with a power bank? Your comment is the most stupid I've seen today. This is only £12.99 and better quality



Considering that the power of this Inverter is 120W you wont be able to power your 240W device.

Anyway, I never talked about laptops.
What I was trying to say, is that this days most of the portable devices can be USB and also that most of the other devices that you may want tu use would need more than 120W.
vadiro

You won't be able to power too many devices with such a low power.This … You won't be able to power too many devices with such a low power.This days a power bank is more convenient in most situations.


How can you power a 240w device with a power bank? Your comment is the most stupid I've seen today. This is only £12.99 and better quality
This will be fine for a laptop
vadiro

You won't be able to power too many devices with such a low power.This … You won't be able to power too many devices with such a low power.This days a power bank is more convenient in most situations.


I really don't understand this comment? This should be more than enough for most laptops etc.
If you're referring to power banks in their most common term (i.e. the 5000mAH type batteries that have a USB output), I don't understand how this would be relevant to this product's intended purpose?
Panasonic NN-CD575MBPQ 1000W Microwave, 27L, 1300W Grill, Max 220C Convection, Combination Microwave - Silver £124.99 @ Argos
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Found 28th Apr 2016Found 28th Apr 2016
Can't see this microwave for sale anywhere else in the UK, apart from Costco, so maybe this is an Argos exclusive? The Black coloured alternative 426/8147 is £129.99. 424/3351 is… Read more
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I bought the "premium" Panny model, I'm probably deluded!
Newbold

A few years back, Panasonic microwaves were built like tanks, never went … A few years back, Panasonic microwaves were built like tanks, never went wrong and lasted almost indefinitely.If only they still did........


Pretty much like all whitegoods these days... Made not to last
A few years back, Panasonic microwaves were built like tanks, never went wrong and lasted almost indefinitely.

If only they still did........
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I had quite a bit of bother with the Slimline combi 552 and 555 models, still for sale - think this one is a newer one.

I ended up splashing out on the NN-CF853WBPQ. Have a bit of an irrational fear of the Combi function as it's the programme that ended up killing the 552 and 555 (only had them both around a week, returned to Amazon).

I have read varying reports about the Inverter microwave system too, but not sure what the latest is with that.
Beware, this is a "slimline" combination Panasonic oven and so does not actually have a convection heating element. Instead it relies on just the grill element to heat the cavity. Some people complain their "slimline" Panasonics burn the top of food whilst not cooking the bottom properly. I have a venerable old Panasonic "proper" combi which has given great service but will need replacing in the not so far future and I would not buy one of these slimline models.
BESTEK® 150W DC 12V To 230V Car Power Inverter Power Adapter Charger £9.99 (Prime) £13.98 (Non Prime) @ Amazon
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For £9.99 you can't find a better power Inverter. !!!Enter code NEPUJDQ2 get the price to £9.99!!! I bought this Bestek inverter (with over 100 happy reviews) about three months… Read more
Still working perfectly wud t be without it
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widzmorrow

I ordered 4 days ago it arrived 2 days ago and it's tried and tested and … I ordered 4 days ago it arrived 2 days ago and it's tried and tested and on the road ..it's fantastic in our camper


Thanks for letting us know. I'm happy with the couple I have too
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I ordered 4 days ago it arrived 2 days ago and it's tried and tested and on the road ..it's fantastic in our camper
SpoonyBoy

Fair enough, thought it was a holiday rather than a working from … Fair enough, thought it was a holiday rather than a working from home/tent scenario.



Sometimes it's nice to excuse myself for an hour and answer some e-mails whilst the missus faffs around/whines
mrimac94

What's wrong with that? Some of us work from home on a PC, so as long as … What's wrong with that? Some of us work from home on a PC, so as long as I've got data connection, I can take my lappy away with me and do some work without having to take paid holiday!



Fair enough, thought it was a holiday rather than a working from home/tent scenario.
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300W 12V Vehicle mains Inverter for £19.99 Delivered @ Maplin
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Found 26th Jul 2012Found 26th Jul 2012
Run mains powered equipment from your car battery Suitable for mobile phones, camcorders, AV equipment, laptops, TVs up to 19-inches, VCRs and portable work lights 300 watts’ conti… Read more
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sorry I maent to say run them at the same time from the inverter, using a trailing extention.
Would this one be ok to run laptop and flat monitor,, I am doing a car boot and have various monitors all in excellent condition but I think it would be better to show them working.. I also hope to sell the laptop that I will be demoing as well
thanks
Thank you Syzable for posting and others for very useful comments. Heat added
Oh, and that was with me at the ready via quidco, 7% cashback hehe
Think I will pass guys, but thanks for the other tips :-) .. 800w at £29odd would sell me .. £19.99 for this is actually good in the scheme of things so have voted it hot of course ... I need a tattoo, "If in doubt, do without" .. I don't *really need it, but would be nice to have

EDIT: Actually, had you guys not responded with the above, I'd probably have ordered by now LOL
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10W Car DC 12V to AC 220V Power Inverter with USB Output and Ionic Air Purifier £5.73 @ DealExtreme
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As Stated above. Cracking little item, can't really find a cheap car power inverter in many places. Plus the addition of a USB port and Air Purifier. All for less than £6! Awesome… Read more
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Thats enough for a mobile charger! Mobile is about 5 watts or so I read
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There is a 75W version available at $17 I think! Slightly more useful!
nihcaj;5452762

Why, does you car not have fuses?After all, a cig lighter (same socket!) … Why, does you car not have fuses?After all, a cig lighter (same socket!) just creates a hot wire by effectively creating a dead short!I don't think it's going to be a lot of use, being so low powered, but Dealextreme stuff is the same stuff you would buy anywhere else, ie. made in some backstreet Chinese factory :-(


Spot on nihcaj. Agree the item is not of much use to most, but the posters who jump on the "cheap and unsafe" bandwagon are so predictable. Most of the "quality branded" electronics we buy in this country are made in the very same factories as you rightly say. :thumbsup:
Tillboy;5449845

Seems a good price, however much as I like dealextreme I'd be reluctant … Seems a good price, however much as I like dealextreme I'd be reluctant to plug something like this into my car:thumbsup:



Why, does you car not have fuses?
After all, a cig lighter (same socket!) just creates a hot wire by effectively creating a dead short!
I don't think it's going to be a lot of use, being so low powered, but Dealextreme stuff is the same stuff you would buy anywhere else, ie. made in some backstreet Chinese factory :-(
Cheap enough, but I'm not sure what you would run that used 10W though/
Power Inverter 350W £19.49 (£38.99 rrp) @ Argos reserve and collect + 1.5% Quidco
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Found 24th Apr 2009Found 24th Apr 2009
Fantastic price, really handy for caravaning and camping, selling for over £30 elsewhere, * 350 watt with 500 watt peak power. * Plugs directly into 12V car cigarette li… Read more
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boabert;5018231

IIRC its not advisable to connect any of these above 100-150w into the … IIRC its not advisable to connect any of these above 100-150w into the cigarette lighter socket. You need to connect straight to the battery.



can i run my acer gemstone i think model 6930g laptop with it .
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amancalledchip;5019849

i've left my interior light on before all night, car started next day … i've left my interior light on before all night, car started next day without issues, battery didnt even indicate there was an issue.Car started as normal. i too suggest you have an problem



Depends, my car has 2 sets of roof lights (1 to 3 lights on in each), door lights and floor lights, that's potentially 14 x 5 w bulbs in each, though more realistically it's just 10. Mine also automatically turn off to protect the battery, but not all cars think like that. That's 70 watts. A small car may have a 50 Amphr battery (though for a car with as many lights as mine, 90 is more reliastic), for a small car that means about 7 hours as an estimation until the lights mean that the car has a very low chance of starting, or about 10-11 hours for the large car. These are estimations as the battery might not start the car when discharged as much as my assumption, and equally they might start with less power too.

You couldn't plug this directly into a cigarette lighter for draws above about 100 W simply because most car cigarette lighters are fused (and therefore wired) for about 10 amp.
petermerritt;5018800

Something wrong with your batt or alternator I'd expect ... you can leave … Something wrong with your batt or alternator I'd expect ... you can leave interiour lights on for a while, you never used parking lights?



unfortunately I have kids who like to press things just as they get out.

And it's happened with 3 different cars now over the years, Nissan Primera, Renault Scenic and Subaru Forester. Our latest car a Legacy has survived a night with the int light on, so perhaps it's just age of vehicle and thing have improved. But seriously how long will it last and how do you tell your battery is not going to go capput after kids bash away on PS2 for a day.
sburley;5018426

If you leave an interior light on all night the battery is often dead in … If you leave an interior light on all night the battery is often dead in the morning, so how long would one last if wired up to a playstation, TV, etc?



petermerritt;5018800

Something wrong with your batt or alternator I'd expect ... you can leave … Something wrong with your batt or alternator I'd expect ... you can leave interiour lights on for a while, you never used parking lights?



i've left my interior light on before all night, car started next day without issues, battery didnt even indicate there was an issue.Car started as normal. i too suggest you have an problem
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This product is great for netbooks and other small devices. (don't try to use this for supplementing your car's heating with a electric 1000W heater)
350W inverter for £26.65 - to power 220v electric devices in/from your car or from a 12v car battery
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Argos says... # 350 watt with 500 watt peak power. # Plugs directly into 12V car cigarette lighter socket. # Allows the use of domestic home appliances to be used outside. # Pl… Read more
It sounds like you know what you're doing...........I've read that adding Lye and methanol (cheap) in small increments, makes the sludge (old cooking oil) run a little bit better........the process is quite easy and if you wear gloves & safety glasses, it is quite safe........just wash your hands after and store all ingredients properly.....I know, this goes without saying for most people. But safety is paramount when mixing unlabeled toxins.

You do need to get the recipe correct or you may do some damage to turbos and other engine components.

I have friends in North America where the temperature really dips and diesel will gel at low temperatures, even premium fuel will thicken to a sludge. They;re experimenting with it on fishing boats and snow plow rigs.

Kudos to your efforts
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urbundk;2166945

My car runs on paper............paper money.



Two years ago fuel was 40p a litre.

Three months ago the cheapest was 56p a litre.

Now its 85p a litre for the the worst oil - and a pound for the best stuff.

So i think everyone's now runs on paper too.

I am toying with the idea of setting up a second large capacity fuel filter and lift pump - then letting the fuel circulate constantly through the large filter - with the standard fuel off take being moved to after the new big filter.

So the car will filter fuel constantly as it drives - and I can try using filtered waste oils.
ibiza;2159063

If you take a few they are happy to drop the price to a fiver.The most I … If you take a few they are happy to drop the price to a fiver.The most I have paid for a battery is 15 quid for an 027 (355 x 175 x 175 i think) - they have my number and call me when they get them in.Our cars runs on vegetable oil - so it needs more oomph to start it in the cold.




My car runs on paper............paper money.
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Both the other ones posted seem good deals too.

Everything I have used on mine with the exception of my largish fan which is rated at 150W would run on the small one - and at that price it is excellent.
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urbundk;2158451

Batteries for as low as a fiver?.......Where?...........My local scrappy … Batteries for as low as a fiver?.......Where?...........My local scrappy charges £15.00 these days.



If you take a few they are happy to drop the price to a fiver.

The most I have paid for a battery is 15 quid for an 027 (355 x 175 x 175 i think) - they have my number and call me when they get them in.

Our cars runs on vegetable oil - so it needs more oomph to start it in the cold.
In Car 240v 75w Inverter - Portable Mains Power RING, end of line basket...
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In Store only * 240v Mains Electricity on the go * Mini inverter will convert the 12v output from your car cigarette ligher socket to 240v AC * Rated at 75 watts … Read more
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winchman;1839918

My HP laptop adaptor says 65watt on it but when i plugged in the power … My HP laptop adaptor says 65watt on it but when i plugged in the power meter ALDI were selling a while ago it says my laptop is drawing 500watts.



500watts! Must be something wrong with the power meter, even my desktop & CRT monitor takes less than half of that.
My HP laptop adaptor says 65watt on it but when i plugged in the power meter ALDI were selling a while ago it says my laptop is drawing 500watts.
i got a 200 watt inverter off here posted about 3 years ago for £40, long journeys i hate to be a passenger & since purchase - i love it, laptop & 3G...its just like sitting at home
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