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

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Enjoy :)

800A is also available for $79 with code J8RRA6HM

Save 34% each on GOOLOO 2000A Jump Starter offered by GOOLOO Direct when you purchase 1 or more. Enter code FNDOSA8D at checkout.

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

  • +1 vote

    Thanks BA! Id been waiting for this for a few months :)

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      Hi why this and not other? Assuming you have done your research for the community too:)

      • +4 votes

        Price and quality. The mah capacity of the gooloos are a lot more than you find at repco and supercheap etc. the last OzBargainers deal one at repco was the same price, only 800a, a third of the mah and couldn’t start a diesel. This brand also seems to be a community fav so trust everyone else to point me in the right direction haha

      • +6 votes

        For what it's worth, I bought this model recently during the last promo. My views:
        - the price is good. Most similar products cost a lot more
        - specs on paper are good, assuming they're accurate
        - quality seems good, everything feels solid. I don't have a flat battery to test it on, but i activated its boost mode and put a multimeter on it and can see 16.4V, as expected for "boost" - this is different to a normal jumpstart, boost is meant for completely dead battery. Can't test the normal mode without a real car battery due to some kind of protection circuit.
        - delivery was fast, well packaged, etc.

        The only thing I could fault is the English translation in the instructions, some gramatical errors, nothing I'd call a showstopper.

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    how often do people use one of these? lol

    • +1 vote

      Probably every time their battery fails when they are out of reach of a jumpstart from another car?

      I'd say this would be invaluable for anyone considering doing a big trip of Australia or similar.

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        What's the lifespan of a cheap Li-ion battery left in a hot car though?

        I can't see this lasting much longer than a car battery if it's always at 100% charge in the glovebox… I guess you don't need the battery to be full to get enough juice to kick over the starter though.

        • +3 votes

          Dunno, I think I would probably store it in with the jack, might be cooler.

        • +3 votes

          Put a bit of velcro on the back of the case that comes with the battery bank. Chuck it in the back of the boot and it's there when you need it. Haven't had to use it for my own car yet however had to give someone else a jumpstart and it was fun to show off.

        • +2 votes

          "abb" I have had another similar quality brand battery "Suaoki G7 Plus" in my car for 1 1/2 years now and still working really well. I keep it under the drivers seat where it is cooler than Glovebox, but in boot with spare wheel or jack would be good too.

          I have used it twice to jum start other people's cars in need ( I try to have good car batteries in top condition in my car ), as well as using it as power bank and emergency stand by when camping and worked every time. I check charge every 3 months or so and charge it to 80-90%.

          I also have the Gooloo 1500A ( same model just less peak A starting power ) also as I can charge it up via USB charger/car cigarette usb and has USB C PD which is really handy. Had it 8 months and also really good and works well.

          • +1 vote

            @ozhunter68: Thanks for the real-world review!

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              @abb: Haha, yes,…real world and really battery/Power Bank/Solar enthusiast ( I spend far too much on this kind of gear but enjoy ).

          • +1 vote

            @ozhunter68: I've got one of those G7's in my boot, velcroed under the parcel shelf with some occy straps to keep it up.
            Black car parked in full sun for 8 hours a day in summer.
            Manager came in complaining he got caught on a phone call while parking his car and the battery's dead.
            Whipped the G7 out and got him started to go home at the end of the day.

            • +1 vote

              @Micksy: Love it. I did a fair bit of research getting the G7 back in the day before Gooloo as I knew and heard from others that the cheap ebay ones are no good, so went with that one and also really happy with it.

              Other good thing is it has variable voltage output through the 12V etc output. So can use a 12V/240 inverter on 12V out with the cigarette adapter.

              Bought this one for the Gooloo and blew up one of my invertors as output voltage @ 15V must have been too high, fits and works great on 12V in the G7 lol.

              https://www.amazon.com/GOOLOO-Cigarette-Lighter-Adaptor-Comp...

    • +1 vote

      Bought smaller model for like 60 bucks.. the one time I needed it.. it worked… worth the money. This one would probably be suitable for my 4wd family bus :)

    • +2 votes

      I literally used mine on Saturday after I had left my lights on accidentally. It only had 2 'bars' of juice left but started my car up straight away. Recommend it for sure!

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    Out of curiosity, what is the battery mah on this?

  • +1 vote

    Are you associated with the company. Looks like you posted this a few times using different vouchers.

  • +2 votes

    I bought this last time it showed up. My old Magna that had been flat for a week started instantly without so much as a splutter. Would recommend

    • +1 vote

      Great to hear.

      I remember you were thinking about it and I was trying to persuade you to just Go Ahead and get this and you will be happy with performance and future use for many years to come if you keep it charged and out of the heat ( under seats or in boot should be fine, if in station wagon keep out of sun, maybe where jack or spare wheel is ).

      • +1 vote

        oh nice of you to remember.
        Good recommendation thanks mate, 100 bucks well spent in my books :)

        I keep mine in my home since I don't use my personal car much and then when I do long trips I put it under the seats so it can still have airflow. I was thinking of getting a little esky bag for it since it wont have any active heat but it's yet to get hot under the seat.

        • +1 vote

          Good stuff. If you have a good battery and don't drive too much, then you don't need it always in car like you say.

          Especially for newer cars that have audible sounds for leaving lights on etc but just watch those doors not closed leaving interior light on if you have forgetful kids or elderly lol.

          Just use common sense and don't use charge through ( charging devices whilst power bank/battery itself is getting charged whilst in full sun in a hot car in the heat of summer lol.

          If you look after it, ( check battery every few months and don't let it get below 40% for too long, try to charge to 80-90% and don't leave/use in full sun temperatures above 40C ) and it will look after you and others for many happy years.

          Just wondering, were you able to charge up your old car battery or even re-rejuvenate it by adding liquid battery conditioner and/or sterilized water, or was it dead and you got a new one?

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    2000A Jump Starter
    Can they actually discharged at that Amp ?

  • +1 vote

    Grabbed one last deal. Use it quite a bit for our ride on mower and old Hilux Ute. Awesome! :)

  • +1 vote

    It looks like you can charge this with a USB. Any harm in keeping it always plugged into the car or better to fully charge then leave it unplugged? How long does the charge hold?

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      After initial ( once or twice ) full charge and deep discharge cycles, then try to only charge up to 80-90% and should

      keep a usable charge for 2-4 months. Just check it every month or two ( depending on your needs/use ),

      and charge to 80-90% when charge drops down below halfway.

      This way should get many years joy out of it ( three to five I'd say, maybe more.

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    I guess it's the same price as 12mnths roadside assist, which I only ever use when I have flat battery anyway….

    • +1 vote

      Saves you waiting for an hour or more.

      This is great for people going camping using their car battery for few days whilst not driving etc.

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    Will this do a trickle charge as well? Or do i need something like a Ctek for that?

    • +1 vote

      This wont trickle charge, it is also not a battery charger. Its job is to provide a quick hit of energy to turn your engine over in case of a flat battery.

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    Would this be able to start an older model Toyota Kluger?
    #notacarguy

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      Check the COLD CRANKING AMPS (CCA) in your manual ? IF

      2000A Jump Starter

      is true
      then it can handle a SUV.
      #notacarguy either but Im learning

    • +2 votes

      Won't have an issue at all. I have the much smaller 800A brother and it turns over my V8 when it's dead flat. This could start trucks if it had to.
      The smaller one will do the job if you want to save a few bucks. Link is in the OP…otherwise get this one, even if it is overkill.

    • +1 vote

      I've got a SUAOKI G7 PLUS 600A jumper. Started my manager's new Kluger. This is 2000A allegedly.

    • +2 votes

      I bought a 1500A version a while ago as I knew my batteries were starting to lose their punch and wanted to delay the $600 battery replacement.

      I have a 2008 200 Series Landcruiser which requires 2 batteries to start, it was left at the airport for a few weeks and when I got home it was dead flat, doors would not even unlock with the remote.

      The 1500A version was just able to start the Lancdruiser, it may have been due to operator error or instructions that were not great but it started on the 3rd attempt. The led's were showing that it had about 25% battery left afterwards and it was nice to be able to charge it on the way home via a cigarette lighter to usb plug.

      The next day I tried to jump start with a spare battery that I keep on charge at home, wouldn't do it, but the GOOLOO did on the 2nd attempt.

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        Good to hear you got a good result from your Gooloo. I googled the engine options of a 200 series Landcruiser and found it ranges from 4.0L V6 to a 5.7L V8 and a 4.5L Diesel, letting people know what size engine you were attempting to start might help, although I have a hunch it could be a diesel needing two batteries.

        Next time when leaving car not used for lengthy periods, disconnect the battery terminal if you have a manual key to unlock door.

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        I found that I had to leave it connected to the battery for maybe 5 mins before car would start up… not just connect and turn on the car straight away. It's like you're letting the power bank charge your battery a bit.

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    Great price. But at 2000A, isn't this overkill unless you have a truck or semi trailer to jump start?? 😅

    • +1 vote

      They're stating the "maximum", wouldn't be a problem with normal engines

      • +2 votes

        Definitely will work for normal engines. But so would the 800A one.

        Just keen to know how many OBers have a 2000A battery to jump start 😁

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          Not many as this is the Newest model that replaced the 1500A model.

          Many people getting this one as it's a quality brand and has two way USB Type C PD charging

          and large mAh capacity. Great buy at this price.

    • +1 vote

      "Herbse" Not for some people when you read the above from "RubberChicken."

  • +2 votes

    800A is the sweet spot, enough juice to jump just about anything bar farm equipment and small enough to stash in a door pocket. The bulk of the 2000A outweighs its convenience IMO. Bought the 800A previously as a present, just picked one up for myself.

  • +2 votes

    Thanks, had been waiting for another of these deal to pop up, ordered!

  • +1 vote

    Nevermind. Just read the OP.

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    These are LiPoFe so better for storage in a hot car, correct?

    I only need 400A so was deciding between this 800A one and the 400A one listed here: https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/489758

  • +1 vote

    This says 2000A, but keep in mind that's peak current, the continuous starting current us much lower than that, I would be curious to try mine out on a decent sized diesel engine to see if it really does have that kind of power.

  • -1 vote

    noob question, does this also trickle charge the battery similar to a c-tek mxs?

    EDIT: dw, saw that it's been answered above.

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    Its curious how these super high current devices often use such spindly little wires and connectors. 2000A would melt those cables.

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    Is it possible to take this on a plane, overseas, in checked in luggage? Would make a great gift for a friend overseas.

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    is it only the 800a one that come with a car (cigerette lighter) charger?

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    MOD please delete - my question answered in earlier comment

  • +1 vote

    Thanks OP - my partner will be thrilled!

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    Anyone know about the lithium cells in these? what are they? what chemistry?

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    Could I charge this device using a standard USB-A to USB-C cable, or does it need to be USB-C to USB-C? These car jump starters seem to be the only devices that can charge drone batteries in the field, but I need to be able to recharge the device via solar USB.

    • +1 vote

      Could I charge this device using a standard USB-A to USB-C cable

      Yes.

  • +1 vote

    Not sure if I did something wrong, but the code for the 800A wasn’t valid. :/

    Ended up buying the 2000A instead. Better to have more kick than not have it at all.

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    Does this support pass-through charging?

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    Code not working

    The promotional code you entered cannot be applied to your purchase

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    Code still working for the 2000A but not the smaller 800A brother.

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    I bought this the other day and it arrived today. The box says GP2000 but the sticker with barcode says 1500A. Wondering if they sent me the wrong one…

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    (edit) Sorry, the code still works. Thanks OP

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    Promo code is invalid. Would love to get 1

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    Yeah not working anymore - keen for 1 of these next time they go on sale ;)

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