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DieHard 100W Remote Power Inverter

Item# 02871524000P | Model# 71524 | Added on August 17, 2014 |
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DieHard 100W Remote Power Inverter
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Convert Power as You Travel with the DieHard 100W Remote Power InverterThe DieHard 100W Power Inverter is a small and attractive travel-size power inverter that converts 12V DC power into household 110V AC power with a simple hook up. Is your laptop running low on battery life on your way to a meeting, or do you need to power entertainment devices for the family while on a long road trip? Simply plug your device into the USB port or the remote power outlet to start charging. A flexible rubber strap keeps this palm-sized power inverter in place where you want it and its silent operation means you won't even hear it working inside your car.

  • The DieHard 100W Power Inverter fits in your palm and powers your travel needs when on the road
  • Convert DC power to AC household power for your devices anywhere you are, even in your car
  • Plug your devices into the USB port and/or the remote power outlet
  • This 100W power inverter provides 90W of inverter power and 10W USB power, with 2.1 amp total power for USB ports
  • Slim and attractive black casing with 2 LED power lights fits in well with your electronics
  • 3' Cord and flexible rubber straps offer easy accessibility
  • Silent operation means you can freely use it in your car or next to your laptop without being disturbed
  • For trips requiring more power, consider pairing with one of DieHard's Portable Power Battery Chargers (sold separately)
  • One year's full warranty is provided

This product comes with:
Owner's Manual (1)Product Warranty
WARNING: California Residents - Proposition 65
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