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An inverter is one of the greatest devices to have on an RV, allowing you to power your appliances when you’re camping “off the cord” (without hook-ups). A power inverter converts the 12-volt DC power in your RV’s batteries into standard 120-volt AC household current. But how many watts do you need and what’s the difference between modified sine wave and pure sine wave?

Rather than tell you about it ourselves, we’re going to let Nikki & Jason do it. They’ve put together a great blog post and a video all about inverters… and they’re giving one away too!

We wanted all of our YouTube subscribers to know about it, so you can get in on the chance to win an awesome Go Power 1,500 watt pure sine wave inverter worth over $500!

Click the links below to read Jason & Nikki’s blog post, watch their excellent video all about inverters, and enter to win one for free! Be sure to enter by Thursday, November 21st, 2013, but even if you’re watching this after the drawing is over, the Wynn’s post and video is an excellent way to learn all about power inverters.

UPDATE: The contest for the free inverters ended on 11/21/3013 and the Wynns have awarded two inverters to two lucky winners. Congratulations to Entry #146: Sally C.and Entry #551: Karyn N!

But all of Nikki & Jason’s great information is still super useful, so check them out at the links below for more details.

Go Power and our good friends Jason & Nikki of GoneWithTheWynns are giving away this awesome unit! Be sure to enter for your chance to win! Plus, their video and blog post all about inverters will help you get the most out of your wild camping experience.

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