Turn Your Car Into An Outlet With These Car Power Inverters

Jack Kocsis | Director of Commerce

With all the energy your car has, you think it would be able to charge various devices. Yes, I’m talking phones and tablets, but I’m also talking laptops and lights and air compressors…anything that requires power. Well, with a car power inverter, you can harness that energy for that very purpose – just plug this thing into your cigarette lighter plug and your car instantly becomes an outlet. This is a must-have for road trips, but also vacations and camping excursions. The inverter features protections against overheating, over/under-charging, short-circuiting and more.

With the code TX26XWCGDaily Dealer readers can take a discount on both the 400W version and the 150W version. (The 400W version comes in both blue and red):

Normally $24, this voltage cube is 17 percent off with this code (Photo via Amazon)

Normally $24, this voltage cube is 17 percent off with this code (Photo via Amazon)

VOLTCUBE 400W Power Inverter, 12V DC to 110V AC Car Adapter with Twin 2.4A USB Ports and Two Independent AC Outlets (Blue) on sale for $19.91 with code TX26XWCG

Normally $16, this power inverter is 17 percent off with the code (Photo via Amazon)

Normally $16, this power inverter is 17 percent off with the code (Photo via Amazon)

VOLTCUBE 150W Car Power Inverter 12V DC to 110V AC Converter with 3.1A Dual USB Car Adapter on sale for $12.79 with code TX26XWCG

The customer reviews all mention how the items works perfectly (“exactly as described”) and is a total lifesaver on long trips. It is small and compact, so it takes up little space, yet it is still very powerful. If you own a car, you should own a car inverter.

Photo via Amazon

Photo via Amazon

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