Battery Starter Charger / Compressor - £25 off and free delivery (plus 6% quidco)  £19.99 @ Maplin
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Battery Starter Charger / Compressor - £25 off and free delivery (plus 6% quidco) £19.99 @ Maplin

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Found 14th Dec 2008
Free Delivery ends tomorrow, but you can still pick up.


Up to 400A cranking power
12V power supply output - ideal for spotlights, car vacuums, portable fridges etc
200psi compressor for inflating car and cycle tyres, inflatable toys 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 lead

15 Comments

So are you going to keep this charged up all the time? Or are you going to leave in the garage till an emergency then find it flat!
Best to invest in a good set of jump leads. These are rubbish.

THis has been posted many times and always goes sub zero!

link works , thanks just ordered 1

Original Poster

bernaldaulman;3757457

So are you going to keep this charged up all the time? Or are you going … So are you going to keep this charged up all the time? Or are you going to leave in the garage till an emergency then find it flat!Best to invest in a good set of jump leads. These are rubbish.


I have an old power devil one same case and everything and have used it many times from starting jetskis to diesel cars. Its finally given up after about 5 years of use.
I keep it in the boot and give it a top up every month, as if its in the garage and I can't start away from home it wont be much use uncharged in a garage.
This is handy as it has a tyre compressor too.

you be sorry , as stated these dont tend to live upto their billing , infact they are plain rubbish

you are a total darling 2 minutes ago i was just going to buy one of these for 50 quid for my sons xmas box thankyou :santa:

This is terrible. I had to send mine back as it didn't fully inflate my tyre.

Voted cold, sorry.

mines been fine for about a year now, only really use it to inflate the bike tyres though. I had a £50 from CPC which has just died due to letting it go completely flat (house move and couldn't fid the charger). The CPC one has a battery twice the size and has lasted 5 years

Bro in law has the exact same one. it really is useless for jumping a car.

ramtec;3757744

mines been fine for about a year now, only really use it to inflate the … mines been fine for about a year now, only really use it to inflate the bike tyres though. I had a £50 from CPC which has just died due to letting it go completely flat (house move and couldn't fid the charger). The CPC one has a battery twice the size and has lasted 5 years



£50 to inflate bicycle tyres! Me thinks you have more money than sense!!! :-D

Quite a few people buy them to use the 12v power supply for their telescopes and astronomy equipment. Much cheaper than other powerpacks.

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bernaldaulman;3757457

So are you going to keep this charged up all the time? Or are you going … So are you going to keep this charged up all the time? Or are you going to leave in the garage till an emergency then find it flat!Best to invest in a good set of jump leads. These are rubbish.



A pair of jump leads without another car is useless.

I have had this same model for over 2 years now, charge it once every 6 month's or so and have used it several times, has been an absolute life saver!

mrmr25;3758216

£50 to inflate bicycle tyres! Me thinks you have more money than sense!!! … £50 to inflate bicycle tyres! Me thinks you have more money than sense!!! :-D



I didn't use the £50 one to just inflate bike tyres! It saved my bacon on numerous occassions jump starting my 2.3 turbo. It's just I haven't used the £20 maplin one yet in anger so didn't want to comment on it's jump starting capabilities
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