This was posted 1 year 2 months 7 days ago, and might be an out-dated deal.

out of stock GOOLOO 800A Peak 18000mAh Portable Car Jump Starter (up to 7.0l Gas, 5.5l Diesel Engine) $57.99 (Was $84.99) Shipped @ Amazon AU


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Found under lighting deal & will expire in next 5 hrs or when 100% claimed Enjoy :)
Much cheaper compare to my previous posted deal for $72.24 & Good reviews 4.7/5 in Amazon

Also, 5% Cashback via Cashrewards :)


  1. 800 Peak Amp Emergency Jump Starter: Enough power to boost most vehicles (Up to 7.0L Gas or 5.5L Diesel Engine) on the road!
  2. Quick Charge 3.0 USB Port : Designed with 2 USB output (5V/2.1A, 5V 2.4A/9V 2A), the quick charge 3.0 USB port can full charge your smartphones, tablets, and other mobile devices at the fastest speed possible.
  3. 5 in 1 Multi-Function: Powerful Jump Starter + Portable Charger + Quick Charge 3.0 USB port + LED Flashlight + S.O.S Lighting Signal for help. It can help you In any case especially for adventure, outdoor, daily, emergency, travel, high and low temperature(-4℉~140℉), etc.
  4. Advanced Safety Technology: The intelligent jumper clamp features more than 5 advanced safety technology including reverse polarity protection, over-current protection, overload protection, over-voltage protection, over-charge protection, making it totally safe for anyone to use.
    5.What you Get: GOOLOO Compact Jump Box GP37-Plus, Smart Jumper Clamp, Wall Charger (With UL Certification), Car Charger, Micro-USB Cable, Carry Bag, User Manual, our 12 + 6 month extended warranty & 30 days money back and 24/7 friendly customer service

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    Deal is 93% Claimed

    Edit : Now Expired

  • +1 vote

    Can I use this to charge my phone????????


      Of course..

    • +1 vote

      of course NOT..

      I have had three other brands of jump starters over the last month, and none, have the capacity as rated.

      For first one had less than 10% of capacity and the two following had only 30%.

  • +1 vote

    Damn front page


    That was quick, I'm after one of these too. I assume the eBay ones of similar specs should be pretty much the same?

  • +1 vote

    Just received mine today but I paid $72… Argggg


    Guys it’s back in stock!!!


    Seems pretty dangerous in the wrong hands.

    • +12 votes

      Imagine if a you could just go into a store and buy a battery and do what you want with it. Thank god we don’t live in that world.

  • -1 vote

    I was hoping for a comment that takes the piss out of the name.


    Same product in ebay with 10% discount plus cashback. I will try it tomorrow.

  • +3 votes

    OK, I bought one from last deal.

    I assume you are supposed to have some juice in your battery for this to work, I tried to jump start my Diesel car bypassing the battery and it would not start.

    Not sure how this would help if someone's Diesel car battery goes cactus. I think it should be OK for petrol engines.

    • +1 vote

      How big is your diesel engine?

      • +1 vote

        It is a ix35, I believe it runs on a 2 liters only.

        In the past, after a month overseas the battery went flat, I tried to jump start the car while my mate was revving up his petrol car and It would not budge, a trickle charge overnight fixed it for me.

        • +3 votes

          when dead flat you sometimes have to connect up and give it 5 minutes to bring the dead voltage up. Had a 4.2l diesel started with a dead flat battery started by a 3.0l hilux. The first attempt didn't even turn the starter. after 10mins or so it fired up.


      if you could let us know what year, engine capacity that would be appreciated.
      Looking at purchasing something like this but I have a 98 - 4.2L oiler that it will need to crank over.

    • +4 votes

      What do you mean by bypassing the battery?


      if your bypassing means the battery is disconnected when you connect this thing to jump start the car, you have done it correctly when the battery is completely flat.


      But it claims 5.5L diesel?


      So you tried to start your car without having your car battery connected?


      Might be the same for petrol too. Battery in my small car was supposedly close to dead flat (it was old) and used a charger similar to this with no success. Had to call for help at the end still.

      However, previously used the charger to jump start with great success.


        There are videos reviews where they disconnect the battery to simulate a dead battery and they still start so I don't think that is the case. I've seen it for petrol engines, not sure if any were diesel.

  • +1 vote

    These come up on Amazon AU regularly as lightning deals. I bought one on the 9th, and it was also $58 on the 20th May.


    Mine from the last deal is being returned capacity is closer to 3000mah than the stated 18000 lucky to fully charge my Nexus 6p


    I prefer Wh Jump Starter battery capacity to [m]Ah - due to uncertainty over Voltage.

    A 'car' SLI battery is generally 12V - six 2V LA cells.
    I believe under ignition load voltage might drop to ~7V.
    Then take CCA into account!

    Li might nominally be 3.6-3.85V.
    Some jump starters have 3 cells - so a nominal 11V, BUT cells are fully charged to ~4.2V for each nominal 3.7V.

    This winter my abused 4yo car battery only clicked - IIRC only 7V from multimeter.
    Topping up a 8,000mAh jump starter (8Ah, ~30Wh, I paid ~$30 from Ali) I had left unused for over a year, after initial testing as a power bank - fired up the 1.4L petrol engine.

    With the car left for over a week again (unlocked passenger door draining battery this time [not interior light]:() another successful jump start.

    PS: Should check withdrawal capacity (again??) as a power bank.
    Also has an LED light.

    TLDR - Cheap in$urance!!!


      A follow up.

      I paid U$29 for my DBPOWER jump starter May 2016 - so some two years old, & quite flat after being left for most of that time.
      AMAZON reviews had commented on this 8Ah jump starter not retaining charge, so I requested the new, improved battery from the Ali seller.
      May not now be available?
      Spec'd up to 2.5L GAS.

      Certainly a stylish unit, that has now proved its worth!!!
      I connected the terminals to my car battery - IIRC +ve (RED) first.

      Quick disconnect in reverse order - -ve (EARTH/GROUND first.

      I presume a LiPo battery - as used for drones these can output high energy for a few seconds.

      With advancing age I bought a 2yo Hyundai i20 for the full complement of air bags.
      40K done in first year, then traded in - so left for the second year.

      May have more 'smarts' than me ;-)
      With putting some shopping on the front passenger seat, complained that this seat belt was not being used :-)

      My latest drain on the 60Ah SLI may have been due to the folding exterior mirror on the passenger side getting stuck between open/closed?
      TOO SMART?? I have now juggled it back to operating position.
      One wonders whether I might have a ghost passenger?



      CORRECTION :-(

      Memory is fallible - I suspect that the OPEN CIRCUIT voltage I got with my multimeter was 11.7V NOT 7.
      So a weak battery propped up by around 30Wh of high power LiPo - rated at 150A, or 300A Peak.

      [With 7V for an earlier heavily discharged 60Ah SLI (720Wh LA) I ran a complete RECONDITION recharge with my CTEK MXS 5.0 battery charger - adding 6 hours to the 11hours to get 100% charged.
      IIRC after resting overnight 12.6V.]


    Will it start petrol engines as well?

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