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PowerCup AC Inverter – Never Be Without Power Again

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PowerCup AC Inverter – Never Be Without Power Again

The PowerCup AC Inverter  by PowerLine is so incredibly cool and such a great resource to have.  We spend hours on the road every weekend.  If we aren’t camping we are traveling somewhere else.  Yesterday my daughter and I headed to a spot in Massachusetts that was 2 hours each way.  It is very difficult to occupy kids for longer periods of time on a regular basis without electronics – I admire my parents for being able to manage.  Although I know my parents didn’t spend as much time traveling as we do.

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This cup easily fits right into any standard cup holder.  It simply plugs into a power outlet – just like any other car charger.  But this one has a high power 2.1 amp USB port as well as 2 AC power outlets.  It provides 120 Volt AC Household Power from any Cigarette Lighter or Auto Power Socket.

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I can’t tell you how many times we have not had a car charger for something with us but we have had a regular AC charger.  That is no longer an issue – we have the resources to make it all work.  It also enables my daughter to watch a video on her laptop – just plug it in.  It is an old laptop  and it would never have the strength to watch a video unless it is plugged in.

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My favorite feature is that it fits directly into a cup holder.  I have had other chargers but they pile up on the car floor.  There is no real spot for them.  This charger has a spot and just pretty much remains there unless I actually need the cup holder for something.  Our vehicles all seem to have plenty of cup holders so I haven’t had to move it yet.

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