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This Stanley 100-Watt automotive power inverter supplies up to 100 continuous watts of power. It features one 120V power outlet and a 5-volt USB power outlet. It features silent running technology which avoids annoying fan noise. This inverter has 3 positions for versatility, and a dual direction plug interface.
not what I expected. I bougt 4 of these for my field techs just to power the laptop. 2 of them new out the box did not work. Read morePublished 4 days ago by barranness
this is the only inverter you want to buy. It's the only RELIABLE one without a fan. This is it. It is The One. Buy it.Published 1 month ago by Swampfox
when i get it didnt work send it back , never get the money backPublished 2 months ago by kirilmot1984
It worked fine, but I didn't really like the loud running while it worked!Published 3 months ago by JD
I'm afraid that the car caused a shortage in the inverter the first time I plugged it in. Am not sure I will order another one, even though the car electrical problem caused the... Read morePublished 5 months ago by lillian smith
I would avoid this one. Worked fine for quite awhile but recently while driving it started smoking so we pulled it out of the outlet immediately and won't use it again. Read morePublished 6 months ago by steven
Works well but noisy. There ought to be a fan-LESS option. The fan is what makes the noise and with a 12 volt input why waste power on a fan which is necessary only in the... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Joseph Bartolameolli