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Power Inverter 12vdc ~ 220vac 3000w/6000w(peak) on 2040-parts.com

Location:

Borehamwood, Hertfordshire, United Kingdom

Borehamwood, Hertfordshire, United Kingdom
It has been used just few hours, looks new but no original box.
Brand:Unbranded Manufacturer Part Number:Does Not Apply EAN:Does not apply

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Power inverter 12v - 220v 3000w/6000w(Peak)

It has been used for few hours only and it's working very well and looks new. It can power general applicances such as tv, lights, hifi, charger, etc. but it cannot power coffee machine, microwave and heavy machine. It is a modified sine wave inverter. It costs over £160 when new.

We cannot provide warranty. No return and no refund. You can see it working if you come to my warehouse in enfield.

We also have a similar inverter but with charger. Please see my other listings.

Thanks for looking.

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