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BLACK+DECKER 800-Watt Dual Outlet Power Inverter
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BLACK+DECKER

800-Watt Dual Outlet Power Inverter

$46.28 /each

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The BLACK & DECKER 800-Watt Dual-Outlet Power Inverter enables you to use your car battery power to provide the energy to run 1 or 2 small electrical appliances when you're away from home. This apparatus provides 800-Watt continuous power and up to 1,600-Watt at its peak. With the USB port, you can also recharge cell phones and other small electronic devices.

  • 1,600-Watt peak and 800-Watt continuous power for running small appliances
  • Overload and short circuit protection for connected components
  • (2) 3-prong outlets to power 2 devices at the same time
  • Connects to car battery so you can power up on the go
  • Consumer is warned when vehicle battery is low
  • Includes USB port for charging portable MP3 players, mobile phones and game consoles
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Customer Questions & Answers

Will this inverter run my 900 watt coffee maker?.

Asked by: Bob66
No, the inverter will not run a 900 watt coffee maker.
Answered by: CommunityAnswer
Date published: 2016-12-25

how do you charge the jump it?

I was looking for a unit that you could plug into an existing outlet to charge it up. How long does it hold a charge?
Asked by: barbie
Question makes no sense to me. This is not a charger - it is a changer, changing 12 volt DC battery power into 110 volt AC house current to run small electrical items, such as xmas lights or a drill.
Answered by: rodonisle
Date published: 2015-12-11

does this 800 watt inverter put out a modified sine wave.

Asked by: pepa
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Customer Reviews

800-Watt Dual Outlet Power Inverter is rated 2.4 out of 5 by 18.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from great product - if you read the manual first ... Just bought this inverter, and it works just fine. Some of the complaints about it are addressed in the manual, such as the voltage reading artificially low (20-30 volts) on a standard voltmeter due to the fact it's using modified sine wave tech. That doesn't mean it's not putting out 115V AC, it is putting that out just fine based upon how everything I've plugged into it works well. It also notes that older tv and radio equipment may be noisy when plugged into the unit - so, that's not necessarily a defect of this product if your stuff's old. I am quite happy with this unit, and you will be as well if you note the above.
Date published: 2013-02-19
Rated 1 out of 5 by from No fuse protection This unit has no changeable fuse or minibreaker to protect it and it's output voltage is now down to 106. It is my second one because the first one, the plug sockets broke internally the first time I plugged a cord into it. It is very poorly made and it is a shame that Black and Decker's product quality has suffered.
Date published: 2012-09-13
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Garbage... - My laptop won't charge from it... - My line-interactive UPS won't accept power from it... - My LCD TV buzzes like crazy when running from it... Basically worthless for my purposes... On top of this, the AC plugs feel very cheap, they wiggle when you try to plug something in, and it's very hard to get the plug in, feels like it catches... you get very scary sounding electrical POP noises when plugging in anything as well. I know it's modified sine wave, so you can't expect the world, but my other $40 100W inverter does much better, like night and day. I will be returning this.
Date published: 2011-08-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Exceeded expectations I bought this for Sanday to power a utility pump, but we didn't have problems with water with Sandy, just wind in our area. Was able to power my refrigerator (6.5 amp) and 3 chargers. I calculate I was using more than 900 watts and it worked without a problem. Handled the ref startups ,which supposedly draw 3x or more than running power, without a problem too. Did not keep the ref on all the time so I started the ref about 5 or 6 times total over 5 days, and it reliably started each time.
Date published: 2012-11-03
Rated 1 out of 5 by from no good Not sure exactly when i picked this up but i have had it for a long time 3 years or so but i never really used it more then once or twice to power a blower on my wood stove for which it worked fine. however i was doing some trim molding and didnt have an extention cord long enough to reach an outlet so i said ill try my inverter it worked for almost the entire job small miter saw i knew i was perhaps pushing its ability but i figured it says its good for powering tools and it seemed to be handiling the load ok anyway almost done and all the sudden it stopped working and because you cant really replace the fuses that are inside 3/30 amp auto fuses soldered in place its on the way to the dump to bad they couldn't make those fuses changeable
Date published: 2016-05-04
Rated 1 out of 5 by from This product was a waste of money!!! I picked up this 800 watt Black & Decker at my local Home Depot, for 79.99. I was in need of a power inverter to run ten 2.7 watt LED Christmas lights for a parade. I decided to purchase this 800 watt unit to keep around my truck in case a need for power ever arose? To make a long story short, I plugged in a 40 watt hot glue gun into the inverter and just as I started laying down a bead of glue, this inverter died!!! This black & decker power inverter was a piece of junk!!! I've only had it for an hour and will return tomorrow! Don't buy this inverter.
Date published: 2011-11-20
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Destroyed Improper polarity will destroy the unit, No fuse or external protection. One mistake and it's all over
Date published: 2012-10-29
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Piece of JUNK Have used inverters for the last 20 years and wear them out in use everyday. These units last 1 - 2x . The fuses are not replaceable. JUNK
Date published: 2014-12-01
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