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Item: ifi iPower 5V/2.5A
Location: Adelaide
Price: $50 plus post if required
Item Condition: excellent
Reason for selling: NLR
Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, 
Extra Info:

Well known budget alternative to expensive linear power supplies.

This is probably the most useful one, able to provide a clean 5 volts to many USB components. 

Preference given for local pickup











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These are  great  upgrade glws

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Sold locally.


Thanks for the interest

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