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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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Part of today's lightning deals

Credit to BA for title & description

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

  • +2 votes

    Got one of these at the last sale, it looks the goods and seems well made but I haven't had a chance to use it yet. :)

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      Same here had mine for 3 months, yet to use it. Checked yesterday to see how much it had discharged since I first got it and it had 75% charge remaining.

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      Deliberately run your battery down by leaving your lights on. Only then will you know if it works for you.

  • +1 vote

    Got this on the previous deal, looks decent though disappointed it came with plastic clamps. Also the instructions warn against storing in environments above 60C, like a hot car. Kinda defends the purpose in my opinion if it can't be stored in a car safely for long periods.

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      Yeah I bought one last deal and have the same concern. Was wondering if there is a good way to strap it outside the car somewhere - much cooler perhaps. Inside the spare tyre maybe.

      But I don't want to give the bad guys good targets to hit.

  • +3 votes

    Really happy with mine. Have used it a few times on my 4wd and other's cars when on trips away. Has been flawless.
    I had a battery fail on the last trip so had to use it every time to start my Ford Ranger each morning. Did it every time and never had to even charge it.

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    What's the battery capacity? Could totally use it as a normal powerbank with a built in rescue jump start

  • +1 vote

    I have used mine a few times before my car battery replacement and saved a fellow driver before. It works so well.
    I haven't used it for over 4 months and it's still more than 75% (all battery lights on). Highly recommended.

  • +1 vote

    Can I use it as my main power bank or best to use only car jumper and backup battery for phone as emergency?

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    yeah i mentioned this in the tissues deal https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/502954

    i couldn't list it because it kept saying duplicate on expired deal

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      You need to check 'Not Duplicate' and it will let you post.

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        yeah i did ….something screwed up at the time

        in the end what matters is the deal got listed thanks

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    Seems like a good bit of kit, got one thanks op

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    got one thank op

  • +2 votes

    The “safe” jump starter units use a different kind of battery chemistry (LiFePO4) that is intrinsically much safer. Here they using standard lithium ion and calling it “super safe” which I don’t agree with. I personally wouldn’t feel comfortable leaving this in my car.

    • +2 votes

      LiFePO4 also have different voltage characteristics that match the car's electricals better.
      Most LiPo jump starters have a nominal voltage of 11.1v (3 cells @ nominal 3.7v).
      Fresh of charge they are 12.4v and are well and truly empty at 9.6v.

      LiFePo4 has a nominal of 3.2v per cell (x4=12.8v), and will sit at around 13.6 off the charger.
      They have a shallower discharge curve and still deliver good power down to 3v per cell (x4=12v).
      Downside is they deliver a little less peak current, but not by much.
      Upside is they are indeed safer.
      They also usually have more charge - discharge cycles than pretty much anything else.

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    How do these perform as a phone charging powerbank?

    Similar to an equiv. sized Xaomi or are there any catches?

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    How does it compare with the RooBoost units?

    e.g. https://www.amazon.com.au/ROOBOOST-Portable-Wireless-18000mA...

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    What's upgraded

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    Can anyone comment on how the 15V DC output operates? Does it require, for instance, a minimum draw?

    Would like something like this to power a telescope mount, but I have read that in some cases these things need a certain level of draw to prevent them from shutting down (so to speak).

  • +2 votes

    Mine was good but now fails to start anything. Limited uses or failed? Dissapointimg…

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    does anyone know if these can be taken onto a plane? Given that it's got a 12V output at 20,000mah, this equates to 240 watt hours, so I assume not?

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      The voltage per cell is only 3.6V and total capacity is 19,800mAh = 71.28wh, approved for air travel.

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