It's coming down to the wire -- 4 more days until Build Sheet due!!! It's almost complete but, of course, some last minute decisions.
I've got solar.
Planning on boondocking 95% of the time.
Was not going to get the inverter.
But now I'm wondering: maybe I SHOULD get the 1500W Inverter with one outlet.
Pretty clueless about how that works. I recall reading that a 1500W hair dryer will not work with the inverter. What does the "1500W" actually cover? In other words, how many watts can I realistically plug in? And for how long?
Back to that "cannot-live-without flat iron." The one I have is 220W. Is that OK?
If I had an electric clock, could it be plugged in 24/7? Won't be doing that but just trying to figure this all out.
p.s. A friend took me out yesterday to teach me how to tow. I towed her boat. Easy! Then it was time for backing-up "class." Wow: Very confusing. But started to get the hang of it after a while. (I used the "hands on the bottom of the wheel" tip I had read) But can see how easy it would be to jacknife. Next week we're going to go out and tow her horse trailer. Step by step.