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GOOLOO 1200A Peak 18000mAh Portable Car Jump Starter QC3.0 $78.99 Delivered @ GOOLOO Direct Amazon AU

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  • 1200 Peak Amp Emergency Jump Starter: Enough power to boost most vehicles (Up to 7.0L Gas or 5.5L Diesel Engine) on the road!
  • Quick Charge 3.0 USB Port : Designed with 2 USB output (5V/2.1A, 5V 2.4A/9V 2A), the quick charge 3.0 USB port can full charge your smartphones, tablets, and other mobile devices at the fastest speed possible.
  • 5 in 1 Multi-Function: Powerful Jump Starter + Portable Charger + Quick Charge 3.0 USB port + LED Flashlight + S.O.S Lighting Signal for help. It can help you In any case especially for adventure, outdoor, daily, emergency, travel, high and low temperature(-4℉~140℉), etc.
  • Advanced Safety Technology: The intelligent jumper clamp features more than 5 advanced safety technology including reverse polarity protection, over-current protection, overload protection, over-voltage protection, over-charge protection, making it totally safe for anyone to use.
  • What you Get: GOOLOO Compact Jump Box GP37-Plus, Smart Jumper Clamp, Wall Charger, Car Charger, USB to type-c cable, Carry Bag, User Manual, our 12 + 6 month extended warranty & 30 days money back and 24/7 friendly customer service. This is the best gift for mom.
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  • +12 votes

    Thanks OP, good timing on this deal as the battery on my old one has worn out from jump starting my nipples 5-6 times a day.

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      How long did you it last?

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        those clamps must hurt

    • +5 votes

      Lost count how many times you have used the same nipples joke on jump starter deals…

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        hahaha was thinking the same thing

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        Joke?

  • +1 vote

    Have one of these and it has been fantastic for the two times the battery on our car died.

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    Own one of these as well and they are awesome. Was able to jump-start twice on a single charge
    Comes in a nice carry case
    Built in flash light too
    Definately a great investment especially if on sale.

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    got this couple of years ago in a previous deal. still going strong. good jump starter. highly recommend

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    This vs the 2000a version? Worth the extra $30 to get the 2000a version?

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      I think you need to provide more context. What is size of the car you have? No point getting a 2000a when you have a super small car.

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        I have 4cyl sedan and 6 cyl suv. So I'm assuming the 1200a should be sufficient just based on numbers and stats.

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      Definitely get the 2000a version.

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      Don't confuse peak amps for CCA.
      Also, its ability to deliver its rated amps will go down as the battery discharges or ages.
      I bought the 4000a version for my 2L 4 cylinder car.

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    I've often wonder if these portable lithium ion jump starters are safe to keep in the car.

    There have been reports of them (not sure of brand/models) catching fire.

    I purchased another OZB favourite, the CTEK MXS5.0 to look after my battery so hopefully won't need a jump start.

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      I just bought the MXS5.0 today as well

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      CTEK MXS5.0

      Thanks to the CTEK trickle charger my last car battery lasted almost 8 years even when I didn't drive the car all that often during winter periods.

      The only issue I have with this device now is that the buttons don't work any more. It is permanently stuck in CAR and RECOND modes.

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        Yeah my button seems on the way out on this model also.

      • +2 votes

        Check to see if it's under the 5 year warranty.

        CTEK's customer service is fantastic, perhaps they will help you out even if over 5 years.

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      There have been reports of them (not sure of brand/models) catching fire.

      Don't keep them close to direct sunlight or heat to start with.
      I couldn't find any reports of them catching fire from a quick google search.

      • +1 vote

        Here's one that comes to mind. https://www.nbnnews.com.au/2019/04/06/portable-battery-pack-...

        Issue is on a Summer's day the interior can reach 70 degrees.

        I do think it's a very low risk but a risk nonetheless.

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          Here's one that comes to mind.

          Watched the video. Pretty horrifying.
          Cause: "Portable jump starter kit sitting on the front sit of the car" during a hot summer day.

          This could also happen to a smartphone battery if subjected to sufficient heat for a prolonged period of time.

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        I gave up on these lithium battery packs, I have the red 2000A gooloogoogaga one (GP2000) and it already has the terrible lithium liquid stench from a few warm car days.

        Grab an super capacitor type jump starter instead and don't deal with Lithium temperature sensitivities.

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      Same, and no plans of keeping it in the car or near heat, just in the garage and connect once a week to keep the battery in good health. I don't think I need it wanted a jump pack. $80 seemed like a great deal from eBay plus

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    GP2000(*) is the "sweet spot" buy.

    (*) Buy during sale.

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    These are great - not only for emergency starting but I use them for powering my Engel on long trips. I'm going to get another one, which will make 3. 1 for emergencies, 1 for the fridge and 1 charging. Great also for use camping on unpowered sites.

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      Other than maybe charging a mobile phone, what other use would it have from a camping perspective ?

  • +1 vote

    Thanks OP bought one

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    Glad I got the 2000a version for $98.99 last year. Amazon Day thingy is coming up, so I'd maybe wait?

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      Junk, I have one.

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    Question is why aren't car batteries using lithium tech instead of lead acid if they're so great.

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      Costs.

      Don't work as well when temperature drops.

      Costs.

      Lifespan of battery compared to lead acid.

      Did I mention costs?

      There are super cars that run use lithium due to the weight savings (they use a different alternator). Costs and lifespan aren't an issue on a supercar.

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      I agree with you BUT…. any place that sells one of these lithium car batteries will be:

      1. Not close to where you live normally, so it's an online order from interstate. Any warranty claim will be a drama

      2. They are only willing to provide a basic 1 year warranty, for all their magical powers which they will claim about a lithium car battery. How can that compete with a 36-40+ month warranty for trusty lead acid?

  • +1 vote

    thanks OP, got one for my 00 Camry, back up to my RACQ which I have only needed to call once in 13 years