3-in-1 Portable Jumpstarter £22.98 delivered or 21.98 with code @ Maplin - HotUKDeals
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Use Code: secret1 to get it @ £21.98

I bought one instore and used it to start my car this morning.

Up to 400A cranking power
12V power supply output - ideal for spotlights, car vacuums, portable fridges etc.
Unit houses a sealed 17Ah battery with meter to show battery charge
Built-in light for emergencies
Complete with heavy duty jump leads, mains power supply and car cigarette socket charging lead
Recharges from the mains in approximately 12 hours
Being able to get yourself moving when suffering a flat battery is always important. By simply keeping this all-in-one car emergency unit charged and in the boot of you car will save you both time and money and prove its worth on countless occasions.

Don''t get stranded! This fully portable jump starter is ideal for starting a car or light truck. It can also be used to power up 12V batteries in recreational vehicles and equipment that does not get used everyday, such as boats and motorcycles. Also includes a handy built-in light.
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suspended#1
Not good for diesel starting , not enough power...
#2
only 19.99 in poundstretcher
#3
No built in tyre inflater on this basic model.
#4
Was going to order, any ideas of a better one. Brother just got 1st car so would be ideal christmas present for him.
#5
#6
yer i posted delivered prices
#7
only 19.99 in poundstretcher

poundstretcher site shows £24.99
#8
lokip
only 19.99 in poundstretcher


poundstretcher site shows £24.99


Indeed, but a far better item than this one, it has a tyre inflater built in.
#9
got this last week already had to use it , worked a treat.
#10
So if I charge it today, chuck it into my boot tomorrow, would it still have enough juice to fire up the engine next weekend? Or does it need top-up frequently (if so how often?)

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