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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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  • Still available

    Deal is 93% Claimed

    Edit : Now Expired

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

    • Of course..

    • 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%.

  • 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?

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

    • How big is your diesel engine?

      • 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.

        • 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.

    • 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.

  • 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?