GOOLOO 4000A Peak Portable Car Jump Starter $179.99 Delivered @ GOOLOO via Amazon AU

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Hi guys,

Looks like a good price on the 4000A Jump Starter from GOOLOO, a real beast at 4000A.

Save 40% each on GOOLOO 4000A Jump Starter offered by GOOLOO Direct when you purchase 1 or more. Enter code A76277E7 at checkout.

  • [Powerful and Reliable] – With 4000A Peak current , it can start all gasoline engines and 10.0L diesel vehicles in just a few minutes, including cars, Motorcycles, RV, tractor, light-duty trucks, mower, cargo vans, ATVs, snowmobiles, oil boat, yachting

  • [Backup Portable Charger] - GOOLOO Car Starter GP4000 is equipped with dual USB charge ports(one is quick charge). It can be used to charge your cell phones, tablet, cameras, bluetooth headsets, GPS , drones and more within shorter time

  • [Super Security & Ruggedness] The GP4000 Smart Jumper Cable are constructed with all-metal clamps to prevent breakage caused by long-term use. And it has 8 protections, including overcurrent protection, overload protection, overvoltage protection and overcharge protection, making it totally safe for anyone to use

  • [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

  • [What You Get]: GOOLOO Heavy-Duty Jump Starter GP4000, 12V Battery Clamp, Type C Wall Charger, 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

    i current own a 1000 amp jump starter. that is perfectly suitable to start my 5L, V8 . 4000 seems excessive?

  • +6 votes

    I will be disappointed if this doesn't start my private jet.

  • +2 votes

    Those cables look pretty flimsy for 4kA!

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      Yeah, I remember seeing a couple of vids from some youtuber a while back who tests electronics and it seems like the lofty power claims are pointless with thin cables.

      • +1 vote

        Thanks, your comment prompted me to have a look and it seems the claims are utter rubbish!
        Here is a video of a guy testing jump starters. I've moved it to the graphic showing the results. There were at least two in there that claimed 2000A or more.

        https://youtu.be/JN8A2nIMUWA?t=480

  • +2 votes

    4000A Peak, so that's probably for one millionth of a second if ever.

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    Wonder if the lithium batteries are still good on these? If so it seems like a good deal for a 96 watt-hour lithium battery to power the camping fridge etc….

  • +3 votes

    Ahh ye ol' Chinese peak measurements.

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    Thinking of getting one. Recently borrowed one off a car wash after my Hyundai Santa Fe died in a car park. how often do you need to charge? Does it retain its charge? Will the cheapo 2000A batteries do the job?

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      I have a capacitor based one. As long as your battery isn't completely flat it sucks enough charge out to get you started. You can also charge the pack via USB.

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      • Charge every 1 month-3 months

      • Even left in car ( under seat or in boot where it's a bit cooler ) through summer, still 1/2 or more charge after 3 months if buying a decent brand like this.

      • The 2000A Gooloo is large enough for most passenger/SUV/Van/Ute petrol and small diesel engines, even the 800A would suit many car owners. This model is not in the cheapo range as it's decently spec.

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        enough for a 3.5L V6 petrol or 3.2L V6 Diesel car?

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          According to specs from both the 800A as well as the 2000A model should both easily start a petrol and diesel 3.5L V6 and bigger, as long as the unit is charged half or more/car battery is not completely flat/and engine responds in timely manner.

          Did you have a read of the listings on Amazon for the 2000A and/or 800A model, as well as maybe read through older post here with many real world use experience and feedback?

          I have the older 1500A Gooloo and an older decent Suaoki and they have both worked well used as designed and maintained correctly on engines up to 4LT petrol only, but started them easily, so have confidence it will work for bigger motors as stated and mentioned by others.

          Personally, I would wait for a deal on the decent 2000A model as it has some reserve power and can charge via USB C PD ( 15W ) both ways, nice piece of kit.

  • +1 vote

    Does anyone know if there is a code for the 2000A?

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    can this one charge a 65w rated laptop via usb-c port?

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      You would have to check both your voltage and Watts requirement for your specific model, I have one and it can Not charge two of my laptops that charge via usb C, but have a few powerbanks that can. For mine it looks like they want at least 18w via usb C PD and one wants 20V where my Lenovo S330 Chromebook will take 12V upwards and even the $20 Kogan 10000mAh usb C PD ( 18W ) model will charge it slowly to my surprise.

      I have a Cygnett 20000mAh powerbank that for some reason will not charge one of my laptops, go figure. Someone else in a post said the same, so be aware, do some research first.

  • +1 vote

    Hmm so it seems that the GP2000 has 73WH and the GP4000 has 99WH.

    I would have thought that the larger jump starter would have a much higher energy capacity?