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  1. Daniel Capua

    Daniel Capua New Recruit Driver

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    Anyone using one in there truck if so what size inverter do you need
     
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    Depending on the model 1500 watt inverter should be fine.
    I haven't used a Keurig style on the road, just a regular small 5 cup type which ran about 800-900 watts.

    Keurig Desk Pro (makes 8 ounce cups only; draws 700 watts) Keurig Mini Plus K10 (makes 6, 8 or 10 ounce cups; 1425 watts) Brew & Save Refillable K Cup.

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      I have Mr coffee 12 cups 1800 watt in my straight truck

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      I use the small single cup keurig machine with a microwave at the same time 3000 watt inverter
       
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      I have a 3,500 watt invertor and the Keurig 45 , it does just fine.
      I would guess a minimum would be 2,500 Watt to be on the safe side. There is always a bit of voltage drop using an invertor.

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