Dometic Portable Jump Starter 900amps $49 (Was $169) C&C/+ Delivery @ Tent World

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Description
Avoid being stuck with a dead vehicle battery thanks to the Dometic PJS118 portable jump starter. The PJS118 is powered by lithium polymer technology that’s perfect for starting a flat 4WD battery. Cables, laptop connectors, alligator clips and a compact carry case are included with the PJS118 for ultimate convenience and portability.

Features
High peak output current of 900 A is perfect for vehicle starter batteries
LCD screen displays charging status, USB outputs and input voltage
2 x USB outputs for charging portable devices
Can be easily charged with the USB-C connector
Built in protection systems against overloading, over discharge, overheating, reverse charging and voltage stabilisation
Comes packaged with charging cable, alligator clips, laptop connectors and protective case
Incredibly lightweight for maximum portability
Specifications
Model: PJS118
UPC/ISBN: 9331391009244

Dimensions product depth 190.50 mm
Dimensions product height 34 mm
Dimensions product width 82.50 mm
Net weight 0.61 kg

Package: Product Manual - Home charger - Car Charger - Universal 4-in-1 USB cable - Intelligent battery clamp - Laptop charging cable - 8 different laptop connectors/charging adaptors - Storage case with zipper and handle

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Comments

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    Oh, saw this too, thought it was a great deal

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    Seems better than the Amazon ones. Wooo

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      900A this for $49 vs 2000A on Amazon for $100
      I think not better.

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        Who needs 2000a realistically ?

        • +2 votes

          I tried to start a Nissan Patrol 4.2 diesel with a 1000A one and it didn't do it. The 2000A did start it no problem. The Patrol uses a CCA 720 battery, so I did assume that 1000A will be enough. I don't know if CCA 720 will translate to 720A as specified for this type of jump starters or you need to do a conversation to get the real Amp requirement.

          We started a 1.3 petrol Suzuki with the 900A unit. I guess it was in good working condition.

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          Lots of ozbargainers

        • +3 votes

          This will answer your question as to how much amps you should need:
          https://bellengineering.net/jump-starters/how-many-amps-do-i...

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            @Buy2Much: According to this @oman should not have had any issues.

            My car engine is bigger than his and I might stay away from this one.

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      This is 66.6Wh (yes, really Damien), about so 800mAh, the Gooloo for example is 18000mAh. If the vehicle starts first time and you don't need to restart it then it's irrelevant for car starting. However, if the car battery is cactus and you need a second or 3rd start I'd rather have the Gooloo. Added to that, if using for charging other devices (USB/12V), then it's nowhere near as good as a Gooloo though to it's credit it does do 12/15/18V for laptops, it's just not going to charge them all that much.

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        looking at the manuals, they both claim 66.6Wh capacity.
        While the Gooloo P37+ has a higher claimed peak current (1200 A vs 900 A) the Dometic has a higher claimed starting [cranking?] current (450 A vs the Gooloo 350 A (3 seconds))
        So if you have a bigger engine that needs a higher sustained current for cranking, the Dometic would appear to be more suitable

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    Shipping is $109 for me. WTF

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      Should be free shipping over 69

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    Is this good for people? Sometimes it is just too hard carrying a car battery around, this is way more portable.

    • +8 votes

      Is this good for people?

      I jump start with coffee but hey whatever works for you.

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      youre not supposed to carry the car battery around…it goes under the bonnet bro!

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        bonnet bonut

      • +1 vote

        I always carry a spare battery in the boot because the one under the bonnet won't always start the car….to be sure, to be sure.

        • +3 votes

          why not put them both under the bonnet…? just remember to take something out that doesnt look too important so it can fit first!

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    if only they made battery powered cars, we wouldn't need to jumpstart anymore.

    • +1 vote

      You would have to carry a bigger backup battery though LOL ;-)