Goal Zero Sherpa UI

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Retailers' Descriptions

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The Goal Zero Sherpa UI (Universal Inverter) allows you to power your AC devices anywhere in the world.

- EMS

No matter where you are, Goal Zero's Sherpa UI (universal inverter) ensures that your AC electronics are up and working. This 100 watt inverter has a universal plug and works with standard US AC two- or three-prong plugs and most international plugs so that you can power your cell, laptop, GPS unit, camera, and more.

- Mountain Gear

You love the escape of the great outdoors, the rushing rivers and the lofty mountains, but sometimes you have work to do or entertainment to fuel. Enter the Goal Zero Sherpa UI, an outlet for your AC-powered electronics. It inverts current from your car, boat, or other battery (e.g., the Goal Zero battery, sold separately), for an anywhere, anytime wall plug. Hereafter, you've got the power.

- Backcountry.com

The Goal Zero Sherpa UI universal inverter lets you power up AC devices almost anywhere. Power it up from a Goal Zero power pack (sold separately) or use as a stand-alone power source. Inverter allows you to power commonly used electronic devices such as laptops, cell phones or GPS; it includes a 12V cigarette adapter. The Goal Zero Sherpa UI universal inverter works with standard U.S. AC 2- and 3-prong plugs as well as most international plugs; inverter switches easily from 110V to 220V.

- REI

Goal Zero Sherpa UI

previously retailed for:
$31.83 - $79.95

The Goal Zero Sherpa UI is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen May 5, 2014 at EMS.

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