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GREPRO Car Jump Starter 1500A 18000mAh (up to 8.0l Gas or 6.0l Diesel Engine) $79.99 Delivered @ Grepro via Amazon AU


GREPRO Car Jump Starter 1500A 18000 mAh(Up to 8.0L Gas or 6.0L Diesel Engine) 12V Auto Battery Booster Portable Power Pack with Dual USB Quick Charge 3.0 Ports, Built-in LED Light and Compass

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GREPRO Portable Car Jump Starter, 18000mAh Power Bank ,12V-10A Power Source, LED Flashlight, Strobe/SOS Signal Light

Specifications and Features:

Battery Capacity: 18000mAh (66.6wh)

Starting Voltage: 12V

Starting Current: 350A(3S), 300A(5S)

Input: 15V-1A

Output: Quick Charge (5V-2.4A, 9V-2A); 5V-2.1A; 12V-10A

Cycle Life: >1000 cycles

Operating Temperature: - 4℉ ~140℉


Gas Engine up to 8L. Diesel Engine up to 6L Cylinder: Gas Engine up to V12 Vehicle Type.

Diesel Engine up to V8 Vehicle Type: Car, RV, cargo van, light-duty truck, tractor, motorcycle, ATV, boat, yacht, lawn mower, snowmobiles etc. Vehicle Brands: Ford, Cadillac, BMW, Mercedes-Benz, Lincoln, Toyota, Honda, Dodge, Hyundai, Porsche, Jeep Cherokee, Harley and more.

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  • Can this be left inside the car and how often do they need to be recharged when they are not in use?

  • Is this a capacitor startor or a lead acid/something else? Yes as above, how long can it be left in the car without needing to be charged?

  • Can't comment on this particular one but have had an 800A Gooloo one off Amazon (think they market them as 1200A now) for a couple of years. Used it a heap of times to start my V8 that sits for ages until I got a CTEK for it. No issues at all, holds it's charge very well if you don't use it. Would probably be 6-12 months between charges. I'd say closer to a year but doesn't hurt to check it/top it up every couple of months.

    If keeping it in the car, I'd put it in the boot with the spare wheel or something. Where it will stay as cool as possible. Wouldn't really recommend leaving it in the glovebox.

  • Seems to be the normal price on these units atm. Always having codes 🤔🤔

  • Can these be used to run 12v equipment like a air pump? Thinking of using it as a portable power supply to blow up SUPs etc.

  • Thanks, grabbed one… because my battery died today & needed to wait an hour for the NRMA!