June 5, 2009

Coffee Cup Power To Go - Car Powered One Cup Inverter


We love our travel cups of coffee, and we love a travel cup of coffee that can power our PSP, DS, or portable DVD player in the car even more. The Coffee Cup Power Inverter is a conveniently shaped power source that coverts your car's DC power into two 120-volt AC outlets. This coffee cup has a USB charging port providing 500mA of power. The unique coffee cup shape fits nicely in today's auto/boat/truck cup holders, preventing it from moving around inside your vehicle.

  • 200 Watt inverter with 2 AC plugs and USB power port
  • Provides 120 Volt AC power from any cigarette lighter socket
  • 200W continuous/400W peak
  • Fits into standard cup holders
  • 18" cord * Overload protection and low battery shut-off
  • Power 3 devices at once

Via Random Good Stuff at ThinkGeek

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Posted by Jay Brewer at June 5, 2009 7:34 AM

Recent Comments

Two 110v outlets and one USB jack for charging/powering Ipods and the like.

Posted by: JimS at June 6, 2009 3:15 PM

I wonder how it can power 3 devices at once with only 2 outlets? Hmmmm..

Looks cool though!

Posted by: coffeeman at June 5, 2009 6:39 PM
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