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GOOLOO Upgraded 2000A Peak SuperSafe Car Jump Starter USB QC3.0, Battery Booster Power Type-C $89.99 Delivered @ Amazon AU

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This is the cheapest price to date. Reached out the the rep as I needed a 2000a for the ute, and he came back with this amazing promo for me. First 50 units only (49 now).

GOOLOO Upgraded 2000A Peak SuperSafe Car Jump Starter with USB Quick Charge 3.0 (Up to 10L Gas or 7L Diesel Engine) 12V Auto Battery Booster Power Pack Type-C Portable Phone Charger

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  • +1 vote

    The website says they are $149.99 prior to discount.

  • +1 vote

    Do many/any cars need the 20,000mAh as opposed to the 18,000mAh available here for $15 less;

    https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/512258

    If the 18,000 will start an SUV, surely that will solve 99% of battery related issues from soccer mums in distress?

    • +7 votes

      It's not the 18000mah that im after. It's the 2000a over the 800a. I watched a fair few videos before deciding not to go with less than 2000a, as any less had a lot of issues keeping the ignition going after it was started.

      For an extra $15 for 1200 more amps, this one will definitely be the way to go. It can jump alot larger style vehicles without the worry.

      This jumps a 10L Gas and 7L diesel. The other jumps 7L Gas and 5L Diesel.

      • +2 votes

        And I gather it's got USB-C too, unlike the other recent deals.

        Nice work. I'll use it to charge my switch in between gigs…

        • +1 vote

          It's only 15W USB-C, should be ok for just charging but may not have enough power to charge and play at the same time (the Switch prefers 18W for that).

      • +6 votes

        Gas? In Australia we have petrol :p

      • +15 votes

        'Issues keeping the ignition going after it was started'…. is something I'm fairly sure has nothing to do with the battery or the jumpstarter and is usually a sign of a problem somewhere else on the car.

        I'd love to hear if I'm wrong

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        To be fair though I really can't think of any consumer diesels larger than 5.0L or petrols larger than 7.0L? I guess if you are using it to jump start some commercial vehicles.

        At the same time it is only $15 extra though… :)

  • +2 votes

    Seems like best deal about at the moment, was about to get the tekpow one

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    Does anyone have a link to the User Manual for this product?

  • +1 vote

    I think this is the best deal between the 3 battery packs.

  • +1 vote

    How reliable are these things?
    I can't imagine they like being left inside a hot car.

    Wouldn't you be better off replacing your car battery if it had issues than relying on these? A cheap car battery is probably around $160 and will be a better bet than this.

    I've always been tempted to buy one of these but then always figured I'd fix the error cause than bandaid fix it.

    What am I missing here?

    • +3 votes

      You keep a spare car battery in your car?

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        No I don't but haven't had a flat battery in over 10 years.

        The one time I did have a flat battery I just roll started it (manual transmission) but nowadays modern cars protect against flat batteries.

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      As I'm sure your aware this isn't really designed as a "fix the error" type of solution, it's to get you out of trouble if your (or a friend's) battery unexpectedly dies or goes flat.

      Obviously you aren't just going to go, "oh well, no need to change this dead/dying battery, I've got my portable jump starter".

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      The point is it's for emergencies and those times that the ignition or lights have been left on by accident.

      At this price is a no brainer, how many people have roadside assistance just to call them to get a jump start if they had one of these they can do it then selfs and like you said then rectify the faultly battery if that's the issue.

      Btw I have a smaller amp model I purchased from Kogan and I can personally say it's helped me a fair few times

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      Like others have already said, this is something you can throw in the boot somewhere to help you in get out of trouble (I personally have a compartment under the boot floor that I put mine in with the included carry case).

      Also, considering that these use Lithium-ion batteries, I find they last longer if they're NOT kept at 100%, I keep mine at around 75%-80%, which is plenty to start a car, but not so much that the battery will degrade more quickly over time.

      Even though it sits in the warm car throughout most of the year (I have a windscreen sunshade), I find it's still able to start a car even after a year and a half without any signs of the battery expanding or dying very quickly which are common signs of a battery at the end of it's life, which is exactly what happened to a jump starter I carried around before.

      I had it for less than a year before the capacity was basically less than 10% of it's original and the battery was expanding quite alot, I find this was largely due to the fact I charged it to 100% everytime before leaving it in the car

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    Can these be taken in carry-on luggage when traveling overseas? They're not available in some countries and I'd like to gift one to family overseas.

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      They are under the 100Wh limit that most airlines use.

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      Always travel with one. Never had an issue.

      Batteries have to be carry on anyhow.

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        Hi, I’m just wondering as well. I have one 20000mah powerbank, can I still take this along with me you think? Such a bargain.

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          From what I've googled 27000 to 28000mah would be the limit

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            @raging: So I just chat with the airline people that I’m using this week end.
            It says
            “ You can bring yours onboard in your cabin baggage up to two (2 ) devices for personal use only. The powerbank(s) must not exceed 100 Watt-hour (Wh) or 20000 mAh”

            Does this mean I can bring 2 powerbank? Or 2 powerbank = 20000mah?

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              @froddoog: The limit applies per device, best if you read the airlines guidelines directly.

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              @froddoog:

              The powerbank(s) must not exceed 100 Watt-hour (Wh)

              https://www.casa.gov.au/standard-page/travelling-safely-batt...

              No issues if under 100Wh. Prior airline approval for 100Wh to 160Wh. Above 160Wh and it's classed as DG.

              or 20000 mAh

              This is incorrect. With a nominal cell voltage of 3.7V (as with this product or most Li-ion batteries), 100Wh / 3.7V = 27Ah. Hence why there are 26800mAh power banks as they come in just under 100Wh and can be carried on board without prior approval.

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                @m9: Yea I’m not sure about their calculation. As the “20000mah” is according to the airline.

                So meaning to say, I can bring two powerbanks as long as it doesn’t exceed 100Wh?

                I will try to check with them again :)

                But I have bought it and hopefully it will arrive this Friday before my flight 😅

  • +1 vote

    Grabbed one, should be handy for the ute, bike and mower. Thanks

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    Thanks, picked up one for the tractors

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    Are the battery cells LiFePo4?

  • +7 votes

    i had the 18000mah ones and mine died about a year, stopped charging so gooloo sent me a replacement one and they gave me this one. it's so much better than the 18k, has usb C, quick charge and just feels more solid in general. would recommend product and their customer service.

  • +2 votes

    Sold by: Shen zhen gu lu dian zi shang wu you xian gong si

    That's a long seller's name.

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    thanks , get one

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    Thanks mate, just picked one up.

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    These aren't the cheap chinee pieces of crap that do not work are they? I bought one a week ago, and it doesn't even charge, just gets hot.

    Not like noco.

  • +1 vote

    when buying from amazon i usually pay great attention to the 3 star reviews:

    Workable but many better options available.
    26 November 2019
    Verified Purchase

    I purchased this 2000A jump starter as the RooBoost units I had struggled with a dead-flat 200 Series Landcruiser (4.5L diesel V8) but was able to start with two of them in parallel. The RooBoost is a much better made unit in my opinion, if you don't need the extra CCA.
    - much more robust hard case (versus soft bag in GooLoo)
    - percentage charge versus four LEDs on GooLoo
    - Wireless charging for modern phones (none on GooLoo)
    - Multi-adapter charging cable for Micro-B and Lightning (not supplied with Gooloo)
    RooBoost seems much sturdier plastic, more hard wearing (Gooloo seems cheaply made by comparison).
    No affiliation, but if I didn't need extra amps, I would go RooBoost every time.

    Bought this product to be able to start my Ford Ranger diesel which had a flat battery. Unfortunately I had to still call the RACV as the product could not jump start the vehicle. Suspect it is not capable when a battery is very flat. Mine was at just 2 amps.

    looks like not powerful enough and build quality is not the best, seems like its better to pay a bit more for something better since you are spending in the 100 bracket anyway.

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      Do you have a roo boost?

      Would/does the roo boost start a ranger (as mentioned above)?

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      No mention of using the Boost function. You can't expect the average person to follow instructions properly.

  • +2 votes

    Definitely worth it at this price! I had to jump start a car whose battery was showing 0.6V on the multimeter (absolutely dead-flat). This wasn't working at first until I saw a little "BOOST" button on the plug part of for the jumper leads. Pressed that and it started the car up fine. And then my friend stalled the car so we had to jump start it again and this managed that with no hesitation and still showing 3 bars of battery (out of 4).

    It's got a few jump starts out of one charge and recharges via USB-C. I've also used it to jump start my mum's car when her battery was dying (4 times in one day - I just followed her around while she shopped until we got to a battery place to replace it as our last stop for the day).

    I use mine quite regularly because in my larger group of friends, I'm the car/motorbike fixer guy.

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    Grabbed one. Good to have when someone needs it or myself.

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    ordered, thanks

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    Purchased, thanks op

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    Have been on the lookout for a good discount on one of these, thanks.

  • +1 vote

    Thought this was a new AMD graphics card at first glance

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    I snagged one. Thank you

  • +1 vote

    I guess seller replenished stocks, I just bought one.

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    Not expired, I just ordered one…

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    Ordered one. Thanks

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    I think I’ll get one. I need it for my wife.

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    I always wanna buy one of these for emergencies, but I'm just not sure. got a merc and every time it goes flat, I can never jump it except with the wife's Merc. once was stuck and asked 10 different cars ranging from a lexus v6 to a v8 statesman and none of them jump. but use wifes 1.6l Merc and all is well. anyone know why and if I could use this?

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    This is the one thing I've been waiting for, but it looks like the code is expired. 😩

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    Code entered is not valid :(

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    Code no longer works

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    I've previously used the 1500A model to jumpstart a V6 diesel and it cranked harder the original starter battery. I'd expect the 2000A model to jumpstart virtually any passenger vehicle.

  • +2 votes

    The Gooloo 800 was enough to jump my 6L V8.

  • +1 vote

    i didn't check OzB for 1 day and i missed the only item i've been wanting to buy yesterday :-\

  • +3 votes

    @Themdealthough - Any chance of getting the rep to add another 50 to the stock count?

  • +1 vote

    So pissed off. Fastway lost my package and got a refund from Amazon. Hope they will have another sale soon :(

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