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ONE+ 18V 120-Watt 12V Automotive Power Inverter with Dual USB Ports

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  • Draw Power from Your 12V Car Port or RYOBI 18V Battery
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The RYOBI ONE+ 18V/12V Power Inverter provides convenient power whether you are in the car or on-the-move. With 120-Watt of continuous output, this inverter is perfect for powering laptops, tablets, cell phones and other small devices. It is the first in the industry capable of drawing power from either a 12V car power port, or, from one of your RYOBI 18V batteries. The compact and lightweight design is compatible with all of your existing RYOBI 18-Volt ONE+ batteries. Equipped with one 120V outlet and two USB-A ports, we have you covered when it comes to charging and powering at your convenience. The RYOBI ONE+ 18V/12V Power Inverter tool is backed by a 3-year limited warranty.
  • Fits all RYOBI ONE+ 18V batteries
  • Compatible with 12-Volt DC car power ports
  • Ideal for laptops, tablets, smart phones and other small electronics
  • 120-Watt of continuous output
  • One 120-Volt outlet, 2 USB-A ports
  • Press and hold to turn on unit
  • Draws power from a 12-Volt car power port or any RYOBI 18-Volt battery
  • Includes both the 12-Volt and 18-Volt power adaptor cables
  • 3-years limited warranty












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Voltage (volts)18121512 V
Running Wattage120175820250
Automotive Part TypePower InverterPower InverterPower InverterPower Inverter
Number of Outlets3414
Amperage (amps)1.25 A14.583 A4220.83 A
Start TypePush ButtonElectric SwitchElectric SwitchElectric Switch
Starting Wattage120350410500
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  • 4.3
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Low Power only. Could be great/useful but isn't.
2015 GMC Acadia has three outlets and not one can power this thing (green light glow). I have other inverters with no issue in this car. Making this finicky sort of defeats the purpose. Adapter for the 18+ batteries has no way to secure the battery so any movement and off it comes This is for very low power applications maybe a tablet or phones. Can't use a MacBook Pro. No 18+ battery of any size could. I'll try another solution for that. Maybe the 40V system.
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Response from RYOBIApr 27, 2022
Hello, Mfva - We're very sorry that this inverter has been frustrating to use! This inverter is designed for use with laptops, tablets, smartphones, and other small electronics. Will you please be looking for an email from us at Reviews@RYOBItools.com? We would like to get further information to ensure that your tool is operating up to our performance standards. RYOBIOutdoorTools
    2 found this review helpful
    Small and compact
    [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I bought 2 of them originally. I had the one that sits onto of the battery. But that was to cumbersome because I had to unplug the cords that went to my dept 56 village then lift the unit up. Then take the battery out to charge it up. These new automotive ones are slim like a radar detector. And they are easier to change out the batter when recharging. So now I went and got 2 more the other day because I will use the other 2 fir my village. I still have the larger inverter and will use it when emergency situations.
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      Only if it work
      Not even a week old and doesn't work. Well it did for 2 minutes and than it gave out. Tried with a Ryobi battery. Still nothing. So I know it not my car . Does the same thing with the battery and it fully charge. A 6amp battery. 1st time using it also.
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      Response from RYOBIOutdoorsDec 3, 2021
      Hello, Maiko - We are disappointed that after a couple of minutes, your new automotive power source stopped working! We expect better from our products and would like to help! If you would, please be looking for an email from us at reviews@ryobitools.com. RYOBIOutdoorTools
        3 found this review helpful
        Makes a buzzing sound - is this normal?
        This will charge a phone via the usb plugs and power a low voltage item such as a lamp using a LED light. Mine makes a low buzzing sound when the lamp was plugged in. It needs something to keep the battery attached, it disconnects when you move it.
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          2 found this review helpful
          Great travel item!
          Get this inverter immediately! Although you can get plenty of plug-in usb ports for your car's "cigarette lighter," the addition of a three-prong socket makes it invaluable for trips. While many electronics have a charger that can be disconnected from a power brick to plug into a usb port, there are still plenty of items that you may want to have with you that have a regular plug. This inverter of course can connect to your vehicle dash but also has the option to run off of a Ryobi 18-V battery to make it truly portable.
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          1 found this review helpful
          Convenient
          The Ryobi One+ Power inverter, to use with either an 18V Ryobi battery or plugging into a car, is all about convenience. The auto inverter is amazing. I can now plug in a laptops, tablets, phones, etc to charge in the car. Not sure when I'll use the battery adapter, but we do have a few Ryobi batteries laying around. So I am positive that it will be utilized as a portable charger for us.
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          • Recommended
          For low power appliances only
          The Ryobi One+ Power Inverter works only with small appliances that have low power requirements of under 120 Watts. Using a Ryobi 18v battery, I could successfully run (one at a time) a portable CD player/radio, a floor lamp, a table lamp and oscillating fan. Using its 12v auto adapter, it wasn’t powerful enough to operate my power tool battery chargers, which would’ve been of great use at a job site. When I used the USB port to charge my iPad, it did so at a rate of 20% charge per hour. Overall, this charger may be best suited as a supplement to a more powerful and useful primary unit.
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          2 found this review helpful
          Versatile and compact for AC and USB power
          This inverter runs off a Ryobi One battery as well as powering off a plug that inserts into an automobile's 12V socket. Using battery power I used it to power a laptop and was very happy to see that the power switch illuminates brightly to confirm that the inverter is powered on. The power switch, very desirably, requires a firm press and hold action to power on and to power off. That positive action, coupled with the switch being recessed, means that it is unlikely that the switch will be accidentally turned off or accidentally turned on. The inverter is compact and light weight so it is easy to pack and place. The 120 watts is plenty for running portable electronics. The bright color helps make the device visible so that it can be found in case there is clutter. The Ryobi One battery presses into the connector easily, however it does not lock or click into place so some care is needed to ensure that the parts do not inadvertently disconnect. I have rechargable flashlights that have USB connectors and I can see this inverter's USB ports charging flashlights off either an SUV 12V outlet or from a battery while relaxing.
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          2 found this review helpful
          Power on the Go...
          The RYOBI ONE+ 18-Volt/12-Volt Power Inverter is what they say, power whether you are in the car or on-the-move. Here we have it connected with the 18v battery and you can connect with an adapter plugged in the inverter to the devices charge port, or USB on the inverter to the devices charge port. Great here in the northwest where we have winter power outages. Next is the inverter connect to the power outlet in our older SUV and again you can use one of two ways to power your devices. Its compact and lightweight, easily stored in a compartment in the car or packed for camping and in a drawer in the house for back-up charging. Features: "Equipped with one 120-Volt outlet and two USB-A outlets, and backed by a 3-year limited warranty.
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          1 found this review helpful
          Great camping tool
          Arrived in time for us to take along on a weekend trip. I have a couple of the 18V batteries so its a nice add on tool for that. It just slides onto your battery and can power 2 USB's or a 120 outlet. The kids used for charging the laptops and phones, it came in handy to run a small fan in the tent. One battery fully charged lasted the weekend no problem and I ended up not needing a second battery. We tried to run a coffee machine off it - but it didn't work instead it tripped. Works great with small loads, tested a lamp and rechargeable flashlight and it was good to go. It has its place for usefull tools, but its limited.
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