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Cobra Cpi 1575 Dc To Ac Inverter 1500 Watts Continuous 3000 Watts Peak .5v Usb on

US $19.19

Grand Blanc, Michigan, United States

Grand Blanc, Michigan, United States
Condition:Used Brand:Cobra Model:CPI 150 Manufacturer Part Number:CPI150 Features:On/Off Switch UPC:Does not apply

 Up for Consideration is a Cobra Brand Power Inverter DC to AC

Model # CPI 150

150 Continuous Watts 300 Watts Peak 

Output 115 vac 60Hz

Please view Photos this item does have some light scuffing on the top surface,

It has been tested works great

not much wear by looking at it very nice condition

This item will be packaged well to help insure safe arrival!

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