Arteck Car Jump Starter Up To 4.0L Auto Battery Charger and 12000mAh Portable External Battery £34.39 Sold by ARTECK and Fulfilled by Amazon.
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Arteck Car Jump Starter Up To 4.0L Auto Battery Charger and 12000mAh Portable External Battery £34.39 Sold by ARTECK and Fulfilled by Amazon.

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Found 7th Mar
Neat little car jump starter battery. Can be used to power portable devices too. Make sure you redeem the 20% off voucher on the listing before adding to the basket to get this price.

Features
  • Car Jump Starter: Jump your car up to 20 times when away from electrical mains (support up to 4.0L Gasoline or 2.5L Diesel) with built-in heavy duty clamps and cables and 400 amp peak current.
  • External Battery Charger: Charge phones, tablets or other device and speed of up to 5V/2A, 9V/1.5A, 12V/1A via the Quick Charge 3.0 USB (12000mAh capacity).
  • Safety Protection: Premium cells, circuitry and safety features protect you and your device from surge or short circuits. Recharges in just 4 hours using the included USB-C charging cable.
  • 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, jumper clamps, input USB-C recharging cable, user manual, our fan-favorite 2 years warranty and friendly customer service.
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Just bought this last week, it looks good and comes with a nice case.
Looks good for the money......HOT
Started my 6.2 litre with a very similar one yesterday. Probably took more out of it than a smaller engine would, but still did the job
bought a 14000 one the other week for £80 works great this is hot
Do these work on a completely flat battery? I have one of the old style lead-acid boosters & that won't work on a flat battery, which kind of defeats the whole purpose.
Can't get it at that price even with the redeem
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Does anyone know whether this type of device can damage the delicate electronics in a modern vehicle? seems like a really handy device to have but could such a big boost across the battery terminals do damage?
I have a 2 litre mondeo tdci, this would not start it.
Be aware that its a nightmare trying to return batteries to amazon .
cjb197111 m ago

I have a 2 litre mondeo tdci, this would not start it. Be aware that its a …I have a 2 litre mondeo tdci, this would not start it. Be aware that its a nightmare trying to return batteries to amazon .


You just saved me £34. Thanks.
cjb197140 m ago

I have a 2 litre mondeo tdci, this would not start it. Be aware that its a …I have a 2 litre mondeo tdci, this would not start it. Be aware that its a nightmare trying to return batteries to amazon .



Yep - bought the RavPower equivalent model (claiming 400A peak current on boost; 10,000mAh capacity) that's often posted here. Wouldn't start a 1.6l petrol. The breakdown guy said the claimed max current on these devices is often wrong or misleading.

And yeah, re returns, lithium ion batteries should
Edited by: "Immoraliste" 7th Mar
Immoraliste12 m ago

Yep - bought the RavPower equivalent model (claiming 400A peak current on …Yep - bought the RavPower equivalent model (claiming 400A peak current on boost; 10,000mAh capacity) that's often posted here. Wouldn't start a 1.6l petrol. The breakdown guy said the claimed max current on these devices is often wrong or misleading. And yeah, re returns, lithium ion batteries should



I bought the RavPower recently too. Used it on my 3 litre Diesel for the first time after the recent cold spell. It worked a charm.

Did you use the boost button on it??
jav190038 m ago

I bought the RavPower recently too. Used it on my 3 litre Diesel for the …I bought the RavPower recently too. Used it on my 3 litre Diesel for the first time after the recent cold spell. It worked a charm.Did you use the boost button on it??



Yeah - used the boost button and the green light came on, but the engine wouldn't start. Tried more than once, making sure clamp connections were good etc. Car battery in good condition and car was jumped immediately by genuine max 1000A equipment breakdown guy used.

May try a higher rated one at some point in the future, but have my doubts about these devices if they can struggle with a 1.6l petrol. Obviously yourself and plenty of other people with larger engines seem to have had good experiences.
I bought the Rav power one a few weeks ago & it didn't start a Landrover Discovery. That said, it was a neighbours & he thought the battery was no good. I would advise getting a cheap set of jump leads & cutting the ends off to connect to the battery & then connecting these to them, as the clamps seem very weak & mine came apart.
I will add that my battery was dead and ended up replacing it as when charged ip it died again a few days later.
But thats supposed to be the point of these thjngs, start car when battery is dead
My battery had a little life in it but not enough to turn the engine.

The Ravpower did the rest

Just to be clear mine is the 14000MAh and 1000A peak
Edited by: "jav1900" 8th Mar
jav19008th Mar

My battery had a little life in it but not enough to turn the engine.The …My battery had a little life in it but not enough to turn the engine.The Ravpower did the restJust to be clear mine is the 14000MAh and 1000A peak


Did you test the RAVpower or is that the figures from the user manual?
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