Energizer (EN180) 12V 180W Cup Inverter

The World’s Smallest Cup Inverter, the 180-Watt 12-Volt Cup Inverter from Energizer will allow you to power your mobile devices in your car, boat or RV. This cup inverter is ultra compact, plugs into your vehicle’s cigarette lighter socket or attaches to a car battery and fits securely in most vehicles’ cup holders. With 4 USB ports and 1 standard North American outlet, you can run and charge up to 5 devices at once, keeping you connected wherever you go.

Product Features

  • Powers up to 5 Devices at Once
  • Ultra Silent (thermal fan)
  • 4 x USB Charging ports 2.1A (Shared)
  • Tablet Charging compatible from USB ports
  • Fits securely into most cup holders

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3 Responses to Energizer (EN180) 12V 180W Cup Inverter

  1. Indy Reviewer says:

    Modified sine wave inverter for the price of a 4 USB port adapter The Energizer 180W Cup inverter is a useful little gadget for powering a whole bunch of electronic devices on the go. It’s important to be aware of its limitations, but 5 stars for the price and functionality.There have been a bunch of reviews about how this works day-to-day, but since no one has yet discussed the technical aspects of the inverter it’s worthwhile reviewing them instead.First, while there’s nothing in the documentation regarding how many amps this puts…

  2. cb says:

    This fits well into our cup holder, and it …

  3. D Jones says:

    Excellent — Be Aware of Power Limits Have been using for one week and unit works fine. It sits perfectly in cup holder of Lexus RX330. Feels well-built and solid. Heavy duty cable was bit difficult to get into cigarette lighter due to stiff wire prongs on either side of adapter plug. I wondered if they would go in at all but finally managed with alot of pressure…it’s a tight fit. Conversely the two pronged plug which connects the cable to the unit fits loosely and does not seat firmly (SEE UDPATE BELOW). When initially…