Coffee Cup Power Inverter
When you start to feel a little low on energy you can turn to that terrific alkaloid, caffeine. Available from many sources like Bawls and, of course, that tried and true hot beverage, coffee. Reaching for your coffee cup to get an energy boost when you're tired is pretty much second nature. Well, now your gadgets can turn to a coffee cup of their own when they need an energy recharge.
The Coffee Cup Power Inverter V2.0 is a conveniently shaped power source that coverts your car's DC power into two 120-volt AC outlets. Perfect for powering or charging smartphones, tablets, DVD players, televisions, game consoles, and tons of other portable electronics. This new version of the coffee cup also has an upgraded USB charging port providing 2.1 amps of power. The unique coffee cup shape fits nicely in today's auto/boat/truck cup holders, preventing it from moving around inside your vehicle.
- 200 Watt inverter with 2 AC plugs and USB power port
- New and improved version of one of our favorites
- 2.1 amp USB port for extra charging power (previously 500mAh)
- Provides 120 Volt AC power from any cigarette lighter socket
- 200W continuous/400W peak
- Fits into standard cup holders
- 18" cord
- Overload protection and low battery shut-off
- Power 3 devices at once
- One year warranty
- Dimensions: 6" tall x 3.5" dia
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