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MCombo 185Wh/50000mAh Portable Generator Power Source Supply Energy Storage Battery Charged by AC Outlet USB LED

Item# SPM12561544317 | Model# 7000-0115 | Added on August 30, 2018 |
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MCombo 185Wh/50000mAh Portable Generator Power Source Supply Energy Storage Battery Charged by AC Outlet USB LED
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Our portable power generator is lightweight and independent, quiet and zero-emissions, easy and safe to use, which is a great solution for you to say goodbye with unexpected blackout or power outage. Including two models are available,max 185Wh capacity and max 370Wh capacity. The electric generator in mini powerhouse size is capable of meeting different kinds of electricity demands. Features: This is great unit of multipurpose and multifunction with AC, DC and USB out-put ports available. 3 WAYS CHARGING: refuels this generator by DC power from a 12V/24V car, from home wall outlet and from solar power panel. Especially, the LCD screen VERSATILE OUTPUT: 4 USB ports to charge electronic devices/100W pure sine AC inverters for small home electronics charging with low losses/3 DC Ports for charging Laptop, Notebook,Video Camera. LCD SCREEN AND BUTTONS: comes with USB, LED lights and DC buttons, and with a small LCD screen to display the battery consumption, charge and discharge status. DURABLE AND RELIABLE: Including two models are available,max 185Wh capacity and max 370Wh capacity. features an handle for easy and convenient carry or transportation, an aluminum alloy shell and built in input/output ports with sturdy plastic make it safer and smoother to run INDOOR AND OUTDOOR USE: works quietly without raising your voice or feeling disrupted, widely used for indoor or outdoor such as family, office, travel, camping, fishing, hunting, farm or the job sites Item ... read more
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