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Gooloo 1500A Peak SuperSafe Car Jump Starter Quick Charge 3.0, Power Delivery 15W USB Type-C $99.27 (Was $135.99) @ Amazon AU

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Description
Portable, powerful, & truly versatile. GOOLOO G1500 can jumpstart vehicles & also double as a portable charger!
This is not your regular car jump starter. It's your all-weather companion, a helping hand when you need it most and a portable battery that can charge all your devices at once. You know, that save-the-day kind of stuff. There's even a torch for emergencies. Every kind of emergency.

GOOLOO G1500 is the lightest, most powerful car jump starter to jumpstart 12v cars up to 20 times.
- 1,500 peak amps and 19,800 mAh.
- Works with 12V vehicles ( up to 8.5L Gas or 6.5L diesel engines).
- Charges smartphones, tablets and other portable tech.
- Compact and portable for all travel needs.

Specification:
Input: Type-C 15W (5V/3A)
Output: Type-C 15W (5V/3A) , Quick charge(5V/2.4A, 9V/2A,12V/1.5A),5V/2.1A,15V/10A
Capacity: 19800mah
Starting Current: 500A
Peak Current: 1500A
Lifetime: >1000 cycles
Full Charging Time: 5-6Hours

Advanced Power Deliver
With Power Delivery type c port that charging type c device. Beside it also support input.

LED Light
A built-in three mode LED light (high, strobe and SOS) enhances driver safety.

15V/10A DC Output
It works as a compact portable 15V/10A(max) DC power source for 12V DC devices, such as tire inflator, car refrigerator cooler, car vacuum cleaner and so on. ( 12v cigarette lighter socket adaptor not include).

Safety Smart Clamp
GOOLOO upgrade clamp is bigger 1/2 than before, more sturdy and durable. Feel good in hands. The intelligent jumper clamp can ensure maximum safety like polarity protection, over-current protection, overload protection, over-voltage protection, over-charge protection, making it totally safe for anyone to use.

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    Will this jump start a ute/colorado

    • +3 votes

      Should do, says it's good for up to 8.5L Petrol / 6.5L Diesel. Current Colorado is 2.8L diesel.

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      If the specs are to be believed, yes.

      up to 8.5L displacement petrol engine
      up to 6.5L displacement Diesel engine

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      It jumps my d40 Navara no problems. Get about three goes out of it before it needs a charge. It's an awesome but of kit so far

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    Only reviews say a 4ltr ford which I assume is petrol - your talking Diesel with glow plugs,

    But it does say 6.5 LTR Diesel,

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    Not sure if I received a dud or the battery in the car was THAT flat. But it failed to turn the dashboard on (let alone the car) for a 4L Gas Falcon Ute.

    • +1 vote

      did you wait a little after connecting the powerbank before starting the car? .. i would wait at least 5 minutes before i tried to start the car.

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        Waited and waited, the green light never came on (or so it seemed, it was very bright outside and I wasn't able to see the light properly). Disconnected everything, put it all back in place then waited again.

        It did manage to jump a 2.8L Diesel Foton though.

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          must be a totally broken battery then…

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            @hippyhippy: Do you mean a broken battery in the car or did ScrabbleShip get a dodgy Jump Starter?

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              @Tony555: i would say that the jump starter is good … the battery in his falcon is totally screwed.

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                @hippyhippy: Also, did you read the manual about the boost button?

                It mentions that, if a battery is super dead, you need to hit the "Boost" (I think that's what it was called) button before trying to start it up.

                I've used my one on a completely flat Subaru Legacy and it only worked after pressing boost.

                (Sorry hippyhippy, meant to reply to the original comment as opposed to your comment and editing won't let me remove the tagging of your name!).

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                  @Deviner: hmm i dont have the model on this bargain … i'll check if mine has a boost button also… .thanks for the tip!

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                  @Deviner: The manual mentions about waiting for the green light to come on before using the boost button doesn't it? The light never came on. I also wouldn't call it a button, it's more of a "stick a pen in the hole to push it" than a button I can press with a finger.

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                    @ScrabbleShip: Haha yeah the "button" is super awkward. Need either a pen or someone with a long, sharp fingernail! :D

                    I don't have the manual to hand so can't validate the exact process - the same friend still has mine…! :(

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      How much was the bank charged? I have the 800A model and it says it needs to be >60% charged from memory to jump start properly.

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      Some batteries can never be jumpstarted, the cells become too shorted internally

  • +2 votes

    Picked this up on the last deal. Rate it!

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    It's charging shipping of $7.99 tho over $49.00 .

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    Does this start a 8 pallets truck with 2 batteries?

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    Better Gooloo than Loo-goo.

    Any suggestions on a step down converter to get 8.4v? Looking to power a Sony Handicam with night vision where there's no power outlets around.

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    Good deal op.
    Just putting it out there that Costco have one jump start which is also a compressor, at 125$

  • +1 vote

    How long could you leave this in the car without dishcharging before you would need to recharge do you think. Last thing you want is to leave it there for a year to find out there is not enough charge.

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      you will need to recharge it every 2 months to keep optimal.

    • -1 vote

      Advised to recharge every 3 months or earlier.

      Better still every few months to use/discharge to below half/20% then recharge to 80%/90% and repeat 2/3 months later.

      • +1 vote

        Really? On a lithium battery like this?

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          Look,you would not kill it if leaving for 6/12 months to go down to 20%/40% or lower, even flat, but doing that often will reduce the lifespan of the battery.

          When the battery is left below 20%/flat for too long often will definitely reduce lifespan.

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          There's a reason why when you buy a lot of devices new that have lithium ion batteries that they come at say 70% charge; it's because storing them long term at full charge reduces their lifespan.

          That's why a lot of devices these days have options to slow or reduce charging when the battery hits around 90%.

  • +1 vote

    Thanks OP!
    Pulled the trigger on this deal….

    Not 100% sure about it.. but the price is very good so….

  • +2 votes

    This came in really handy for me recently.
    A friend's car (Subaru Legacy) had some battery issues on a camping trip and we managed to jump his car about 4-5 times off a single charge… and I think that only brought it down to about 40 or 50%.

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    Do not forget 6% Shopback or 5% Cashrewards cashback.

    May not work if you use a coupon

  • +1 vote

    Thanks OP, pulled the trigger. Good timing as I was looking for a jump starter. Earlier in the week I had two cars with flat batteries (what are the odds of that!!). So I had to jump start them both with my 3rd car which ended up making me quite late to work after moving all of the cars around. This should help for future events like this.

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      …jump start them both with my 3rd car…

      This reminds me of a particular scene from The Castle.

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    Do they sell the version of this jump starter that charges through USB C?

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    Will this jump start a Bagger 288?

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    fcked just bought the smaller one 2 days ago

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    isnt nrma $100?

  • +5 votes

    I disassembled this & the cells are rated as 3.7v\4.0Ah LIPOs from Bettercell Technology.

    4x 3.7v in series outputted directly to leads containing reverse current/battery protection mosfets with a switchable voltage booster to help with shorted/dropped cells.

    The rest of the circuit is basically a QC3/USB PD interface connected to a balanced 4S charger.

    I was unable to find the exact C rating of these cells but they are powerful enough to start my 5.0L V8 without ANY battery present(not recommended while the alternator is directly connected)

  • +1 vote

    I have this and it's a great unit. I've used it to start my 2.7l diesel Triton easily.

    I made up a lead to power my Engel portable fridge and that works well.

    A bargain at this price IMO.

  • +1 vote

    Grabbed a couple. Thanks

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    Want to weigh pro n cons of spending money of getting one of these.

    Some posters raised concern that the battery capacity won't last long if stored in the car (although thats what it will be most useful) due to high temperature esp in summer
    Is that still a valid concern?

    Also how much to get road assistance anyway (without membership prior) should my car battery be dead on the road?

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