Advice on inverter
This past weekend while shopping for the holidays, I thought we found the perfect holiday gift for the trailer. A crockpot with latches on the lid to keep it closed. What a perfect find! I could start something in the crockpot, then when it's time to go we plug it into the inverter in the Ram and away we go. No more getting to the campsite and trying to setup, make food for starving kids and all that.
Yep, had the ol' buy-shiny-new-me blinders on for this one. 270W crockpot, 150W factory inverter in truck. This ain't gonna work. Still, it shouldn't be a problem, I've got a old cheap inverter I used to use in my old car (pre truck with built in one) laying around here somewhere. Let's pull that out and check it's rating!
Ok, where'd I put it?
No, seriously where is it?
(Panic on)Why can't I find it?(panic off)
Alright, that's the last possible place it could have been and still be in my possession. I must have left it in the old car. Time to give up and get a new one.
So now it's time to come looking for advice. If I have to get a new one anyways, what should I be looking at? We don't boondock or dry camp or anything like that. This inverter's sole purpose in life will be to power a crockpot from point A to point B and will probably never get used otherwise.
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