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GOOLOO 1200A, 1500A (Sold Out) Peak SuperSafe Car Jump Starter $78.99 Delivered @ Amazon AU


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$78.99 GOOLOO Upgraded 1200A Peak 18000mAh
$78.99 GOOLOO 1500A Peak Sold Out

POWERFUL LIFE SAVER: The powerful GOOLOO GP1500B Jump Pack has enough power (1500A peak current) to jump start most vehicles on the road! (up to 8.0L gas or 6.0L diesel engines) Works with cars, motorcycles, watercrafts, ATVs, UTVs, lawn mowers, snowmobiles, etc. Fully charges in 5 hours and can hold a charge for more than 3 months.
POWER DELIVERY 18W HIGH-SPEED CHARGING: Equipped with a Type-C power delivery output port and input port and loaded with 18W of power to provide full-speed charging to iphone8/8 PLUS/X/XR/XS/XS MAX/11/11 Pro/11 Pro MAX and other devices.
ADVANCED PROTECTION TECHNOLOGY: The intelligent jumper clamp features multiple advanced safety technologies including over-current protection, overload protection, over-voltage protection, over-charge protection and high-temperature protection – ensuring it’s safe for anyone to use.
LED FLASHLIGHT: The LED work light has 3 modes: Flash Light, Strobe Light and SOS Light. This multi-purpose flashlight is great for camping, outdoors, indoors, emergencies, travel, etc.
WHAT’S INCLUDED: 1 x GOOLOO Compact Car Jump Starter GP1500B, 1 x Intelligent Jumper Clamp, 1 x Quick Charge USB Cable, 1 x Type-C to Type-C Cable, 1 x Carry Bag, 1 x User Manual. This is the best gift for family and friends.

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  • +1

    Thanks OP, purchased.

  • +1

    What happened to flagging someone down and asking for a jump start… we're becoming so disconnected from each other.

    • +13

      I flagged a NRMA van down (I’m not a member)who was parked on the side of the road waiting for a job. I had my own jumper cable already connected to my car just needed 30sec of his time. He said sorry I can’t help you.

      That’s how disconnected we are

      • +5

        Oh and he could clearly see my pregnant wife and puppy in the car when I was denied.

        The road didn’t have a lot of other cars coming through so I had to walk a fair distance to try flag down another random driving past — a young guy on his green p’s ended up helping

        • So are you a member of NRMA now or still looking for freebies?

          I would of thought with a pregnant wife and dog in car you would have spent the $10 p/month for NRMA cover?

          • @Bammers: What does having a dog and a pregnant wife have to do with road side assistance?

            In case you didn’t notice, the discussion is about people being less connected and subsequently less considerate and your “still looking for freebies” is a good example of that behaviour.

            He’s not stopping on the side of the road for free food, you mup.

            • +2

              @abbztract: Bboink clearly was leaning on the fact that he had a pregnant wife and a dog in the car to guilt trip the poor NRMA guy was he not? Why else would he mention it? I was simply quoting what he said so why don't you ask him?

              Yeah your right hes not stopping on the side of the road for free food, hes stopping on the side of the road for free road side assistance from some other poor schmuck.

              If your too much of a tight ass to either have road side assistance, too bad so sad - when it only costs $5-$10 a month the blame lays on you. I bet you pay 10x that on your monthly mobile phone bill to browse the facebooks.

              • +1

                @Bammers: Yeah, sorry. I’ll give you that. Thats a fair point.

                I guess I’m kinda stuck in the middle where I’m like, people should help when they are in a position to do so. At the same time, I also do agree that people should put effort in to be independent and self sufficient first.

                So yeah, I guess I kinda get you but I do hope you see my aside too.

    • +1

      I agree although these are great for people that do shift work when there's not much people in weird hours like me

      Those times with flagging someone down to jump your car or help with a flat tire are very rare these days and Covid-19 did/does not help one bit lol

    • +4

      Why flag someone down when you could use this to get out of trouble, I'm all for helping others, but also don't like to inconvenience others. Also doubles as a power bank.

      • exactly, wtf would ya wanna wave someone down to jump ya when you could just do it yourself. havent heard something that rediculous in a while.

    • Lithium battery prices gone down, that's what happened.

      • as far as i know these wont work on a lithium battery, these also wont wake the BMS up if you allow the battery to go dead flat.

        • No, I mean these are powered by lithium batteries.

    • Good luck with that if you’re in a rural area, working at 04:30, in an empty basement carpark, working in a restricted/permitted vehicle area, or any other number of scenarios where there aren’t people around or it’s inappropriate to flag someone down.

    • Decent jumper leads cost more than this and using a battery still connected in another vehicle to jump start another can be fatal for the donor vehicle. Which ones? That's the problem and it's not worth finding out.

  • +1

    Are there any specific differences between the two - they’re the same price so not sure which to choose.

    • +1

      I feel like I remember from previous deals that one is better than the other in some ways, but can't remember which one! Hopefully someone can chime in

    • It looks like this model (GP1500B) is better that the one in the link (GP37). From what I can tell, the GP1500B is the big brother to the GP37

      I cant find an exact comparison of the 2 but the below link has a comparison of similar/superseded models


  • I think this brand has the 15v out which is handy compared to noco branded ones. I picked this one up.

  • +1


    • +4

      Judging by your response and questioning, it seems like you’ve never had a flat battery…to an average person, there is no way to tell when a battery will go flat or dies. This unit will (hopefully) jump start the car to get you to a workshop.

      Or, if you have roadside assist, you can always wait 1hr+ for help to arrive (and they will most likely have to jump start the car anyway).

      Or, you can call a battery replacement service and wait 2hr+ before you can drive off.

      So what will it be?

  • +2

    OP - I am not sure if it’s just my account, by an extra 5% discount coupon of $3.95 was applied at checkout. Makes this deal even better.

    Also, use ShopBack’s Amazon gift card for extra 2% off. (Note: the 4% cashback via ShopBack won’t work if you apply the 5% discount coupon).

    After a bit of comparative work, the 1500A is the better unit versus the 1200A (listed in the 2nd link).

    • Thats nice bonus. somehow I do not see. might be some account specific discount :)
      I think cashback will also work as there is no specific code mentioned.

    • Just exactly what I did. Bought the gift card from shopback with 2% off and applied 5% discount on Amazon too. Not sure if that will void the shopback cashback or not.

  • I got the 5% off too on my account. Not sure why. Very happy with the price, had been waiting a while to get one of these.

  • I got the water proof one for $90 - https://www.amazon.com.au/gp/product/B08J2LM6VG/

    • Besides being waterproof, any other differences? Just tossing up whether $12 is worth it.

  • Can anyone explain how these work? Jumper cables which are undersized can't jump start a car, so how do these little things deliver enough current through those tiny cables?
    I'm so confused.

    • +1

      The charged battery pack can jump start the car with the flat battery.

      • Ok but how does it deliver the current required ,through those small cables?

        • +1

          The cables are short goes straight to the connector and it's high enough gauge for the purpose.

        • +2

          Cause it only needs to supply that current for 5 seconds or so.

          I've jump started my diesel ute with a 7ah battery and some 2.5mm2 cable I've seen 18v drill battery's and scrap wire used.

          Also voltage drop over 15cm is next to nothing.

          I run one of these in my motorcyle backpack just incase I have high compression builds but ride with many others esp bikes that don't get out much.

          Cold kills battery's eg your car will start fine till you get a cold snap then bam nothing.

          My ute barely gets used now and I've used it once or twice to get started then threw battery on a good charger overnight. The battery is a cat battery which I rate, but all battery's will self discharge to some extent.

          Plus its still cheaper than a set of hd jumper cables.

          • @Gros21: Yeah cool, that's quite amazing really. I always thought it was current but you're right, it's voltage drop.
            Thanks for the explanation.

        • +1

          The issue with jumper cables isn't the current handling so much as the voltage drop. At 12V it doesn't take much to have a 2V drop or more. The starter motor won't pull much amps at that low a voltage. With short cables and a higher voltage it will deliver enough amps (someone said these put out 15V). Also with shorter cables they might be able to spend some dollars on better quality cables with lower resistance.

          • @MikeKulls: Fascinating. Thanks for the answer. Might have to get myself one of these things Jed time they're on here!

  • So this one only has USB-C as input? Does it come with a USB-C to USB cable for charging the battery?

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  • How many jumps could I get from the 1500A pack?

    • +1

      I have the 2000A gooloo and after 2 unsuccessful followed by a successful jump of a 3L V6 it was down to 50%.

  • Glad I bought the Gooloo 4000A version a few weeks ago. I carry an older battery pack that has saved my car twice (once was a battery fault which caused it to drop from 12.5V to 7V after a few hours parked, the cell had cracked and I had a full refund on the battery), the other was a flat battery due to a worn out alternator which caused me to get stuck on a freeway off ramp.

    In both cases, the battery pack got me going for a few hundred meters and out of harm's way and able to get a replacement battery from the nearby shop in the first case, and enough to get home in the 2nd case and replace the alternator.

  • This is brilliant. Gets my car up and running in less than a minute. Even my missus can do it. No need to worry about flagging cars for jumps, or calling AA, or getting a relative to come, no need to worry about positioning car face to face with another car. Definitely necessary for anyone with an older car, or people who drive till their batteries die.

    Also super useful during blackouts.