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London, United Kingdom

London, United Kingdom

Streetwize SWINV150 12v - 240v Inverter 150 Watt Power Source Laptop In Car

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Streetwize SWINV150 12v - 240v Inverter 150 Watt Power Source Laptop In Car

  • 12v - 240v Inverter 150 watt
  • 150 Watt power output -
  • Converts 12 Volt Dc 230 Volt Ac.
  • Ideal for All 12v Cars, 4X4’s SUV’s & Motor Cycles.
  • Also Suitable for Caravans, Camping & Boats.

Our Streetwize Power inverter is ideal for technology lovers. Allowing you to power any household device [depending on wattage] in your car. Suitable for products from phone chargers, to laptops, Remember to check the wattage of your device before use.


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