Battery jump packs.

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Battery jump packs.

Tue Nov 17, 2020 11:06 am

Thinking i might procure one of these, primarily for vehicle use but many have various ports for mobile phone connections etc, these could be useful separately.

As usual its a minefield of options and makes, this was recommended elsewhere https://m.audew.com/Audew-1000A-Peak-10 ... product_20

If my wife was to use something of this type for phone or tablet charging, i have no doubts she would prefer a more stylish device, some makes offer what looks like a mobile phone albeit with less peripheral functions.

Any recommendations would be most welcome :thumbsup:
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Re: Battery jump packs.

Tue Nov 17, 2020 9:04 pm

A few weeks ago, I watched a 6 litre lorry being jump started with a Noco power pack and I was amazed at the size of it and the power it had, smaller than a bag of sugar !! Talking to the mechanic, he said they’re a fabulous piece of kit and available in various sizes, he swears by them.
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Re: Battery jump packs.

Thu Nov 19, 2020 7:32 am

I bought one two years ago for my son for his LR Defender and old 3 litre truck, he has used it a lot to help out fellow workers on remote sites around the UK. Saved a fortune on call out charges. It is still going strong.
Get one with a minimum of 600 amps rating. Good for more than 3 litre engines.

In these strange days I just bought one for myself to cover two cars which dont get used very much anymore.
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Re: Battery jump packs.

Thu Nov 19, 2020 8:48 am

Sandy5454 wrote:
Thu Nov 19, 2020 7:32 am
I bought one two years ago for my son for his LR Defender and old 3 litre truck, he has used it a lot to help out fellow workers on remote sites around the UK. Saved a fortune on call out charges. It is still going strong.
Get one with a minimum of 600 amps rating. Good for more than 3 litre engines.

In these strange days I just bought one for myself to cover two cars which dont get used very much anymore.


Yes i understand they are good, but what brand is best from a users perspective?
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Re: Battery jump packs.

Fri Nov 20, 2020 12:19 pm

I have just bought a AUDEW 2000 AMP,20,000 mAh CAR Jumper for £69-10. free shipping on a ''BLACK FRIDAY'' Deal from AUDEW.
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Re: Battery jump packs.

Sat Nov 21, 2020 7:59 am

Audew it is then it seems ☺

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