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Duracell Powerpack 600

Duracell Powerpack 600

During the Northeast winter storm last week, this thing helped get us through a couple nights without power. The Duracell Powerpack 600 ($130) is a portable, heavy duty battery that acts an emergency power unit indoors and outdoors, and as a jump starter when carried in your trunk. Packing a 600-watt inverter, the Powerpack sports three AC outlets, one DC socket, an AM/FM radio with alarm clock, and an LED battery indicator. It comes with a set of jumper cables, and can be recharged from any household AC outlet or DC cigarette-lighter outlet. Device run times are pretty impressive. For your wife's car, pick up the Duracell Powerpack 300 ($69), which has less power but adds a built-in air compressor.

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    After reading this article, we're ashamed we've never written about a single Snapper lawnmower. But that ends today. Built in Georgia, USA, Snapper mowers absolutely exude quality throughout its fiery red range. Walk-Behind Mowers, Lawn & Garden Tractors, Riding Mowers, and Zero Turn Mowers are all available, as well as Snowthrowers, Portable Generators, Pressure Washers, Field & Brush Mowers, Rear Tine Tillers, Chipper Shredder, String Trimmers, Leaf Blower, Lawn Vacuum, and even Utility Vehicles. It's equipment built for guys who actually look forward to cutting their yard. For even more power, check out the Snapper Pro commercial grade mowers.

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