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GOOLOO 2000A Peak SuperSafe Car Jump Starter with USB QC3.0, Battery Booster Power Type-C $98.99 Delivered @ GOOLOO Amazon AU

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This popular item is back again at great price and this one is upgraded version from 1500A —> 2000A
Enjoy :)

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1.[Powerful and Reliable] - It provide instant current, without the need for a donor vehicle. You can start your vehicles (up to 10.0L Gas or 7.0L diesel), Motorcycles, RV, tractor, light-duty trucks, mower, cargo vans, ATVs, snowmobiles, oil boat, yachting in just a few minutes.
2. [Power Delivery 15W Type C Input and Output]: Supports USB type-C charging (5V/3A); you can use it to charge your other devices or charge the jump starter itself.
3. [Quick Charging Output]: The Quick Charge 3.0 USB ports can be used to charge virtually any USB powered device at lightning speed, such as smartphones, tablets, GPS, camera, kindle and more.
4. [Advanced Safety Technology]: The intelligent jumper clamp combined with 8 protections including over-current protection, overload protection, over-voltage protection, over-charge protection, making it totally safe for anyone to use.
5. [What You Get]: GOOLOO Heavy-Duty Jump Starter, 12V Battery Clamp, Wall Charger (With UL Certification),USB-C Cable, Type-C to Type-C Cable, Storage Case, User Manual. Our 12 + 6 month extended warranty & 30 days money back and 24/7 friendly customer service

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Comments

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    Can this charge a laptop? Or does anyone know one that can?

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    Been waiting for sale on GOOLOO 1500A, glad I waited as they've released an updated version. Thanks BA!

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    Has anyone tested these on a totally dead battery car? I've always wanted to get one but always hear reviews of people saying they can't even start a small car with them.

    • +4 votes

      Buy it with confidence. It’s saviour.

    • +2 votes

      Mine always work. Saved me a few times, saved also other drivers. Though I haven't been using it after I replaced my car battery

    • +8 votes

      In my experience, you need to connect the device and let it sit for a few minutes to try and put some charge into the car battery prior to attempting to start the car.

      Especially if the car battery has a dead cell (ie nominal 10V battery), then there is a big current inrush when you try to jump start the car.

      I've used this one and the smaller model quite a few times on small cars up to a people mover and it's always done the job.

      • +1 vote

        Which kind of makes a mockery of the 2000A "rating". No car takes 2000A to jump start.

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          I think after 800A it was pretty much useless to go bigger.

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          Not really. Unless car battery is semi flat/low it needs to bring a completely flat battery up a bit which takes five to 20 minutes. This newer 2000A will start larger engines as long as battery is completely flat and/or dead.

          For the size and weight these are great, but no,…not perfect.

    • -1 vote

      same here, my battery is completely flat (mazda 3) and I wonder if this might start it… I suppose I can return it if not?

      • +1 vote

        If you connect this battery for an hour or so to your car battery after isolating car battery ( disconnecting the + cable from car battery to car so nothing else is drawing power ), then it should start after cleaning both black - and red + and re-connecting cables.

        If it does not start ( still keep this Gooloo battery connected as per instructions ) now, most likely your battery is dead. But before buying another car battery, check fluid levels and top up if possible and try charging it up with a decent battery charger that is capable to re-charge from zero/dead flat, that might work. If that all fails, go out and get a new quality car battery.

        • +2 votes

          Most if not all retailers selling batteries will do a battery testing service. As to whether their response will be "your battery is dead you need a new one" regardless whether the battery is dead or not… is a question for another day.

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            @ATangk: Correct, but if what I suggest above works, then no need to do this straight away.

            Much easier leaving car battery in and starting this way if it works. Afterwards can bring car/battery to test later with more of a chance of getting a positive test result, then can keep using if good or keep using and have a new battery fully charged in garage ready to go when/if it dies, or just wait till it dies.

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              @ozhunter68: Have you tried this? I thought the battery module device doesnt supply current if it cannot detect a working battery (i.e. one that is completely dead would not charge from the GOOLOO even if it is connected to the car battery in isolation)

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                @ATangk: Your, right, but some people would not know if their battery is kind of almost dead ( ticking whilst starting ), or completely flat/dead ( no lights coming on at all in interior or on dash with keys turned on ).

                So if close to flat try connecting for a while first, then try starting and you have some chance, otherwise if dead flat or can't be bothered trying, pull the plug and try re-charging or getting it tested.

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                  @ozhunter68: Haha, I see. I tried to restart a battery which would turn over once only and never again. Lights were super dim as well. Couldnt get the gooloo to connect to it so I just told him to buy a new battery.

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                    @ATangk: When you say "couldn't get the Gooloo to connect to it" you mean you connected it but nothing would activate/work, or you could not reach it/connect it completely?

                    I get it if your in a hurry and need to get somewhere quickly, or you have no access to a charger or another car with jumper leads it may be quicker and easier or more convenient to just go out and get another battery. If you have some time and not in a hurry the above in my comment is still worth a shot.

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                      @ozhunter68: Connected the leads of the module to battery but no green or red light. Nothing worked. They already bought a new battery, as the previous one had been left connected in the bike for 6 weeks over the winter…

    • +2 votes

      I got mine a few months ago and I've used it about 4 (2 x on a 3.8L V6 and 2 x 1.5L 4Cyl) times and worked seamlessly every time. Never a fully dead battery (I don't think it will from a fully dead state), once it was turning over but couldn't get there, the other times it was just ticking with no turning over. Connected up and fired straight away. Super easy. Very fast USB ports too, has saved me a few times with my phone also.

      One of my fav. OzB products ever

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      Hot Diggity. I got the 800A model 9 months ago.
      Mates LandCruiser 100 series(4.5L Petrol) had deader than dead battery(6v tested on multimeter, had sat for a year).
      Plugged in and pressed button on side to boost it, waited 20secs for it to click(signals boost complete), cranked first go without hesitation.
      Yes, it is a petrol and diesel need extra ooomph, but my oh my these things really do work. and thats was an 800A model.
      This thing will crank a cummins while drinking a machiato.

  • -3 votes

    same here, my battery is completely flat (mazda 3) and I wonder if this might start it… I suppose I can return it if not?

  • +1 vote

    Thanks BA …..

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    Would be interested to know if this is actually an upgraded battery or if they've just tweaked the circuitry in the jumping cable (the little module with the LEDs and the boost button).

  • +5 votes

    Are the nipple clamps included?

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    With batteries, if they are dead flat they often won’t take charge as they’ll detect as faulty.

    Your battery will most likely need replacing. Batteries don’t like being unused for long period of times.

    Not an expert but I’ve had to replace many batteries.

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      That's correct.
      Lead acid batteries (car batteries) are destroyed a little bit every day that they are left flat. left empty long enough and they won't be recoverable.
      They need to be fully charged to stay healthy

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      I have a battery that has been flat for about 3-4 weeks. worth trying or just get a new battery? cheers

      • +2 votes

        A lot of other factors (age of battery, previous amount of driving of the vehicle). If you have easy access to a battery charger it is worth trying. These jump starters are really for getting you going when you're stuck out at the shops with a flat battery, not for recharging.

        If you have access to the gear: Charger/jumper and multimeter you can give it a go. You just have to be aware that it isn't going to be the same as a new battery and there is an increased chance of it being flat on you at an inconvenient time.

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        Buy it
        Try it
        Return it

        That's the Amazon way

      • +1 vote

        3-4 weeks might be recoverable, depending on the amount of life the battery had in it to begin with versus the requirements of your vehicle.
        3-4 months would severely damage it. You should fully charge it though.

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          thanks. I think i'l get a new one… not very keen to risk..

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            @ets27: If the car is draining the battery when left undriven, you ,might want to consider removing one battery terminal to break the connection (be aware however this could reset the stereo and/or security system)

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              @King Tightarse: totally agree…. I realised that when I was on the plane for a 5 weeks trip :D

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                @ets27: Personally I would try charging up your car battery first and if working again I would put my money on adding a battery acid conditioner to re-rejuvenate and extend life and get this Gooloo for extra peace of mind and versatility in future.

                Your battery might still be good for a long time if it was in good condition before going flat especially if you have extra capacity in reserve. If you hate getting your hand a bit dirty and/or lifting the bonnet of your car and budget as well as waste is not an issue, then get a new battery, but keep in ming someone else might be able to re-charge and use it, so no need to dump it.

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                  @ozhunter68: Agree.
                  This is exactly what I would do too.

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                    @King Tightarse: Your decision most likely depends on how you prioritize your budget as well as time, and also if you don't mind getting your hands a bit dirty and lifting your bonnet, maybe enjoying a challenge and learning some skills in the process.

                    If your a bit environmentally consumerism aware then that might want to make you extend the life of many consumables too.

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                      @ozhunter68: if there are high chances that the battery is completely gone, then it would be more sustainable to get a new battery instead of a charger AND potentially a new battery.
                      Also, no hand would be dirty and no skills learned :)

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                        @ets27: I like having one of these around to help others and myself anyway, as well as having a good battery in car. In the many years these will last with good care, can save lot's of wasted time/petrol/money and not to mention stress.

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                  @ozhunter68: what if u leave a battery tender hooked up

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                    @furythree: If you have one, that would definitely help/work for a car sitting idle for more than a few weeks as well as extend the life of your battery.

                    Personally I rarely not drive for a week, and for the times I do leave car more than two weeks such as OS trip I disconnect the battery so that easily works up to a few months.

                    I also have one of these emergency jump start batteries in car and garage so I can help others and get myself going 95% of the time.

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    I tried to start a dead battery before and it didn't work.

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    How often do you guys change car batteries? I change mine battery every 2 years.

    • +7 votes

      When it stops holding charge.

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      Every 3 years?

    • +3 votes

      I'm still on my OEM battery, lasted 9 years so far.

      • +1 vote

        The replacement batteries I get from NRMA or mechanic typically last about 3 years. I get nervous at the 2 year mark, because I really hate it when I need to go now but have to wait for roadside assistance.

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      Mine last about 5 years though i have a battery tender now

    • +3 votes

      I generally get 7-10 years out of my batteries. I do the following though:

      a) buy quality batteries
      b) service it regularly, checking the fluid levels, topping with demin. Water so that means I don't buy those maintenance-free ones.

      7-10 years, easy.

      • +1 vote

        I think this is the way to go for ppl prepared to diy maintenance. Not hard.

        Ironic that a "maintenance-free" battery will last 3 years tops and a maintainable battery can last much much longer if maintained properly.

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          I agree, but my battery is maintenance-free and has lasted 9 years, so not always the case.

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          Because it means it won’t need maintenance during its lifetime of 3 years 😂

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      2 years? must be a crap battery. I have been getting at least 5 to 6 years and my old Landrover has a super charge battery that is now 10 years old and still going strong.

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      Lasted 14 years on my BMW.

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      Last battery lasted 7 years

  • +2 votes

    Could of used one of these in shoal Bay.
    Luckily I'm poor and have an old manual car, so icould jump start my piece of crap.
    Was fun pushing it around and around the car park trying to get enough motion to kick it over haha

  • +1 vote

    Amazon are changing prices well quickly. First the Xiaomi now this - back to $149.

    I guess I have saved a bit of money this morning but still…

    • +2 votes

      Need to apply code BZP5VZFD at checkout to reduce the price to $98.99

      • +3 votes

        Oh it's not amazon that sucks, it's the fact that I am an idiot which has made me think that. Cool.

        Damnit now I am going to buy this.

        Thanks adr8. Not all ozbargainers are born equal. Next time I will (maybe) read the post properly.

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    So no chance of this actually starting a falcon 6cyl that has no battery (other than this one) I guess

    • +2 votes

      Worked for me on a 6cyl Commodore.

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        Really, first time start? I cant imagine this batt would give you too many chances

        • +1 vote

          From past reviews it's a lot better than you give it credit (I don't own one but probably should pony up and get one before I actually need it)

          • +1 vote

            @Click_It: Maybe don't buy one if you have a european car where the battery is hidden somewhere stupid. The connectors to the battery are generally too far apart for the short cables of this device.

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