You may want to verify in the owners manual, but I think that the stock inverter is rated at 150-180 watts, this isnt much when it comes to electric heating appliances. As long as the coffee maker wattage doesn't exceed the inverter wattage you should be good.I wanted to know how I can use this source of power. And if anybody has used it 2 brew some coffee. If so what coffee maker was used?
N-I-C-E !I'm actually on this thread looking for inverter upgrade recommendations/ installation options. I can tell you from experience that the inverter on my 2013 JK will not run a Mr. Coffee. It turns on, but as soon as you hit the brew button, it kicks off. It needs a more powerful inverter. So far, on this forum, I haven't seen a favorite brand/model, but it looks like a 1500 watt inverter will brew a pot without trouble and maybe run some power tools too, sooooo that's what I'll probably get myself for Christmas. Ho ho ho!