I just got my package from China. I ordered from ebay, one of the only 110V options out there.
Tonight, I put together a heavy duty power cord, and got the inverter to power up. The manual is both detailed and vague, Also, while the sticker on the inverter clearly says 110v, and it does power up, the list of models in the manual makes no mention of a 110v model.
Anyway, this setup did not include the cooling stuff, just a cast aluminum mount (I think I will probably end up using the 611 mount), and plug so you can build your own cable, (I ordered some shielded 300V 15Amp cable from mcmaster to use for this), the inverter, and the spindle. The cooling connectors were not the standard 3/8 size, but a 1/4 ID, 5/17 OD stuff. I got some of the thinner tubing, but I still need to reducers to fit it to my pump radiator setup.
Also missing is any docs on the spindle itself, like what are the safe ranges for input frequency.
In retrospect, it might have been a better idea to hire an electrician to install a 220V outlet in my shop rather than go with the 110V model, but we will see.