Friday, 12 February 2010

ForSale Duracell DPP-300EP Powerpack 300 with Built-in 300-watt Inverter and 250 PSI Air Compressor

Duracell DPP-300EP Powerpack 300 with Built-in 300-watt Inverter and 250 PSI Air Compressor

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Product Description
The Duracell Powerpack 300 is a sealed, non-spillable 14 amp-hour AGM battery. It can be safely and conveniently recharged from any household AC out or DC cigarette lighter outlet, making it ready to go whenever you need it.

  • Runs 120-volt AC or 12-volt DC products anywhere
  • Built-in 300-watt inverter and 250 psi air compressor to meet your needs
  • Includes ultra bright, detachable LED flashlight for ease of use anywhere
  • Operate small appliances or recharge electronics for power any where anytime
  • Sealed, non-spillable 14 amp hour AGM battery

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Great For Piece of Mind
I bought this unit a year ago and it sat in my trunk.

A week ago, when the cold hit, I was at work, and four of our work vans had dead batteries. Our mechanic wasn't in, so I figured I'd try my "toy" out.

The charger is so easy a five year-old could do it. Hook up the leads, flip the ON switch located on the side with the RED lead, and turn the key. It got all four trucks up and running. Just make sure you give it ten minutes between jumps if you have to crank the engine for 30 seconds (Don't crank it for any more than that, as they say it may cause the unit to overheat).

The singular thing that amazed me was that each van started right up with no cranking. You don't even get that when you jump from another vehicle.

The only problem I found--and it's not that bad--is that the leads for the jumper cables are very short, so you have to sit the unit on the fan housing, or the battery itself.

But that's a small price to pay, in my opinion, for what it does.

It has lighter adapters in it, and home adapters (three prong) so you can plug in cell phone chargers, etc. Hell, it even says it will power a small television for a half hour.

If you have someone you love on the road, be it your spouse, or your kids, if you want to sleep a little better, get them one. Show them how to use it, and put it in their trunk. That way you'll know they'll never be stuck on the side of a dark road, or in an empty parking lot with a dead battery, (A can of Fix-A-Flat and the unit's air compressor will take care of a flat tire) and if it's something more--something major--at least they'll be able to keep their cell phone charged so they can call out for help or stay in contact.

It's like having a Service Station in your trunk.

It also comes with a button you can press that will show you with bars (red, yellow, green) how much of a charge it has. i would suggest checking it once a month, if you haven't used it.

Best money I've ever spent.

Emergency Answer
The Duracell DPP-300EP Powerpack 300 serves my needs when I need to pump up a low tire on my car or help a parishoner with a low tire or a dead battery. It has been useful for both and has surprised the persons I helped.


Duracell DPP-300EP Powerpack 300 with Built-in 300-watt Inverter and 250 PSI Air Compressor
About a week after buying the product someone hit a pole on the main street at about 4:10 pm. Power was out - really out.

As it came to dusk I remembered that I'd bought thing and got it out. It provided over six hours of 120 v electricity to light a light that you could read by. Based on the power remaining lights I expect we could have 2 - 3 more hours of 120 v power.

Much better than candles.

These units are cranky
The Duracell DPP-300EP at times does not want to charge, then later for no apparent reason, they will charge. I ordered 2 units. One was defective and had to be returned and one had a faulty charger. When they work right, they are great, but when they don't, they are useless. Amazon made a prompt replacement and did not wait for the defective unit to be returned. It was the most painless and fastest replacement I have ever experienced.

did not charge when first received it. after searching on web, it needs to charge by car first. after charging it while commuting to work, finally got full power.

tried to inflate a tire with it, made the tire flat instead. far to weak to be any use.

now just hoping it's good enough to run some small appliance for camping.

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