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8000mAh External Battery Charger Car Jumper for 12V £28.89 - Sold by ARTECK and Fulfilled by Amazon.
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8000mAh External Battery Charger Car Jumper for 12V £28.89 - Sold by ARTECK and Fulfilled by Amazon.

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Posted 30th Nov 2019

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Don't have one, but seems like a pretty cool deal. Great reviews.

Arteck Car Jump Starter Auto Battery Booster and 8000mAh External Battery Charger Car Jumper for 12V Automotive, Motorcycle, Tractor, Boat, Phone with Clamps, LED Flashlight, 300A Peak 2.5L Gas Max

Description
Easy to Use Car Jump Starter
If your car won't start don't call a tow truck service or wait on the side of the road for help. Use the Arteck with the jumper cables to start your car battery in a matter of seconds. Jump your vehicle up to 20 times on a single charge, with heavy duty cables and clamp built in.

Portable Battery Charger on the Go
The Arteck great travel companion that you can take with you on the go to charge all of your portable electronic devices, such as smart phones, tablets, cameras, GPS unit, MP3 players, wireless headphones, and portable gaming systems, etc.

Portable LED Flash Light for the Outdoors
The ultra-bright LED flash light has 3 illumination modes, a flash light when you're in the dark, a strobe light to attract attention, and an SOS signal flash that will last up to 120 hours on a full charge for when you're outdoors and in need of emergency help.

How To Use the Powerall To Jump Start A Vehicle Battery
1. Make sure the battery capacity of the device is above 50%.
2. Plug the jumper cables into the barrel socket of the device and connect the jumper cable clamps to the drained battery of the vehicle.
WARNING: Always connect the BLACK clamp to the negative ( - ) terminal of the car battery first, then connect the RED clamp to the positive ( + ) terminal. Do not touch the RED and BLACK cable clamps together or connect both cable clamps to the same piece of metal to prevent personal physical injury and damage to the device and/or the vehicle.
3. Now attempt to crank start the engine.
WARNING: If the engine does not start immediately on the first try, disconnect the jumper cables from the car battery and wait at least 3 mins to cool down before trying to start the car again.
4. Once the engine has successfully started, disconnect the jumper cable clamps immediately.
PLEASE KEEP AWAY FROM CHILDREN AT ALL TIMES !

Features & details
Car Jump Starter: Jump your car up to 20 times when away from electrical mains (support up to 2.5L Gasoline) with built-in heavy duty clamps and cables and 300 amp peak current.
External Battery Charger: Charge phones, tablets or other device and speed of up to 2.1 amps via the USB (8000mAh capacity).
Safety Protection: Premium cells, circuitry and safety features protect you and your device from surge or short circuits.
LED Light: Ultra-bright LED flash light, strobe light, and SOS signal light that lasts 120 hours.
What You Get: Arteck Multi-Functional Car Jump Starter external Battery, car adapter charging base, jumper clamps, user manual, our fan-favorite 2 years warranty and friendly customer service.
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35 Comments
This wouldn't have enough juice to do anything diesel unless 1.3 or 1.5 i'd imagine.
I was skeptical about this but it revived a dead 1.8 petrol in seconds. Much easier than the jump pack.
The price is standard though. Onky know as looking for a 2nd and hang around the 28-32 mark
Bought this a couple years ago when it was around £20 I was a bit skeptical at first but these battery pack really work. To the point where blokes have laughed that it wouldn’t work then were left a little red faced when it did and ordered their own. Definitely would keep one in the glovebox of any car I own.

Mine has worked on petrol cars up to 2.0L not tested on anything bigger or Diesel.
J4GG430/11/2019 12:18

This wouldn't have enough juice to do anything diesel unless 1.3 or 1.5 …This wouldn't have enough juice to do anything diesel unless 1.3 or 1.5 i'd imagine.


True, it’s hit and miss with my 1.6 TDI. Especially if it’s cold weather.
Have had this one for a couple years, starts a small petrol car with no effort, don't bother if you got a 2 litre diesel
Will this work with a hybrid? (Auris 2016)
Cold, you can get a 700amp peak one for 10p more with voucher

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Will this work with my Tesla?
I would have thought 8000mah is quite poor capacity.
SOUTHWALES30/11/2019 15:00

I would have thought 8000mah is quite poor capacity.


It's the starting current that's more important
Bought this a couple of weeks ago. My car needed jump starting twice in one day.

1.4L Petrol, did the job exceptionally well. Was skeptical myself, didn't even use 25% of the battery life.

(Cars been fine since, had a good run up and down the motorway)

I paid £34.99
Edited by: "Huggett93" 30th Nov 2019
Ordered. Hope it will work when I need
I thought this was a mobile phone app with some jump leads looking at the thumb nail
I clicked because I wanted to know wtf was it for lol
J4GG430/11/2019 12:18

This wouldn't have enough juice to do anything diesel unless 1.3 or 1.5 …This wouldn't have enough juice to do anything diesel unless 1.3 or 1.5 i'd imagine.


Someone has stated that it started their Hyundai i800, that's a 2.5 litre diesel engine.
liamf1230/11/2019 16:29

Someone has stated that it started their Hyundai i800, that's a 2.5 litre …Someone has stated that it started their Hyundai i800, that's a 2.5 litre diesel engine.


Unlikely unless it has a smaller than usual battery and/or the voltage wasn't too low. Someone also said it struggles to start their 1.6 diesel. I have a massive 120 quid jump starter and even that will struggle to start 3.0 diesels.
Starts my pegeout 207 every once in a while with no problem. 1.4 petrol.
I'm wondering if to go for this or spend around the 40 quid mark for something a little more powerful bmw 2.5l. Don't drive it very often and battery only a few years old and occasionally struggles in cold weather.
Had one of these power years, got it sent out to review and as somebody said above I've had absolutely loads of people laugh and tell me I'm stupid or an idiot to think with small 'thing' will jump start a car lol.
I've used it on a mixture of cars over the years, last week was a 1.9 diesel Astra van no problem at all
Got one of these to start my son’s 1.4l car, works really well. Needs at least 75% charge to work but will easily last 3 or so jumps off a full charge.
Toon_army30/11/2019 17:21

Had one of these power years, got it sent out to review and as somebody …Had one of these power years, got it sent out to review and as somebody said above I've had absolutely loads of people laugh and tell me I'm stupid or an idiot to think with small 'thing' will jump start a car lol.I've used it on a mixture of cars over the years, last week was a 1.9 diesel Astra van no problem at all


In your opinion will it start a 65 plate vauxhall vivaro 1.6 diesel
CaptainKremmen30/11/2019 14:59

Will this work with my Tesla?


I think even Teslas have a 12v battery, and if it gets too low the Tesla won’t run properly, so I guess the answer is yes.
Details here:
teslatap.com/art…um/
Edited by: "Emeye" 1st Dec 2019
Kingydaman01/12/2019 00:03

In your opinion will it start a 65 plate vauxhall vivaro 1.6 diesel


Yeah mate, they're really good at starting anything. Dont just buy this one, have a good look around


Good review on these type chargers if anyone has any doubts about their ability. One listed is not included unfortunately.
Toon_army01/12/2019 03:12

Yeah mate, they're really good at starting anything. Dont just buy this …Yeah mate, they're really good at starting anything. Dont just buy this one, have a good look around


What's the one you have? I'm tempted with this one for my 2.5l BMW that I only drive once or twice a week so struggles a bit when left idle for nearly a week at a time during the winter months

Arteck 900A Peak Car Jump Starter (Up to 7.0L Gas or 6.5L Diesel) Auto Battery Booster and 18000mAh Portable External Battery Charger for Automotive, Boat, Phone with Adaptors, 12V Jump Leads, LED amazon.co.uk/dp/…GHM
Walkerscrisp01/12/2019 21:19

What's the one you have? I'm tempted with this one for my 2.5l BMW that I …What's the one you have? I'm tempted with this one for my 2.5l BMW that I only drive once or twice a week so struggles a bit when left idle for nearly a week at a time during the winter months Arteck 900A Peak Car Jump Starter (Up to 7.0L Gas or 6.5L Diesel) Auto Battery Booster and 18000mAh Portable External Battery Charger for Automotive, Boat, Phone with Adaptors, 12V Jump Leads, LED https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01MXKJTJT/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_e3c5DbCZ8DGHM


Yeah that one looks fine. The one I've got it a good few years old now, the newer ones will hold a lot more charge, although mine has started quite a few cars on one charge.
Toon_army01/12/2019 21:45

Yeah that one looks fine. The one I've got it a good few years old now, …Yeah that one looks fine. The one I've got it a good few years old now, the newer ones will hold a lot more charge, although mine has started quite a few cars on one charge.


Thanks mate
Walkerscrisp01/12/2019 21:47

Thanks mate


Your battery should last longer than a week though, have you had it checked to make sure the cells are good? Pop in a local garage they'll check it for you, you could put it on a multi meter but the garage will have a proper top of the range thing to go more in depth
Toon_army01/12/2019 21:49

Your battery should last longer than a week though, have you had it …Your battery should last longer than a week though, have you had it checked to make sure the cells are good? Pop in a local garage they'll check it for you, you could put it on a multi meter but the garage will have a proper top of the range thing to go more in depth


I've not had it checked and it's only about 3 years old, and is generally fine all year until the really cold weather arrives. I might get it checked though as haven't done so yet, I just don't think I'm doing the battery any good by not running the car enough so maybe after 3 years it might be getting to time for another new one.
I’ve got a 5.0L Mustang which I’m assuming this won’t start on first try, but is it possible for it to charge the battery to the point it will start? I don’t mind leaving it connected for 5-10-15 minutes for it to get enough charge into the battery. Or can these only provide ‘jumps’ of power?
£34.99 now
£27.99 with voucher now
For less than £3 more you can get 12000mAh and 400A also QC 3.0...

amazon.co.uk/ART…YQ/
It's now gone up in price.
Jijin203/12/2019 07:17

£27.99 with voucher now


What voucher . As it seems to have gone up. Thank you
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