Re: Installing an inverter
Originally Posted by gbaglo
I'll be interested to read the reports on how well these 12V products worked.....
I suspect the 12V hair dryer delivers next to no heat and only just manages to run the fan.
I'll let you know about the TV, crock pot, and hair dryer. I imagine you may be right on the hair dryer, but the others really don't pull that much juice, so should work fine. But, even a fan will dry your hair if given enough time, and it's definitely cheaper than an inverter. Even with an expensive inverter, I'd imagine the heating coil on a normal hairdryer would eat your battery power up in record time.
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