Floureon T3 18000mAh Car Jump Starter & Power Bank for £44.99 W/FS Sold by Oxford Street and Fulfilled by Amazon
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Floureon T3 18000mAh Car Jump Starter & Power Bank for £44.99 W/FS Sold by Oxford Street and Fulfilled by Amazon

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Found 7th Dec 2015
I got this T3 18000 mAh power-pack about a month ago and so far I've found it to be excellent. It can jump your car more than 20 times between charges. Doesn't take long to charge it either! Its got an option of output voltage from 5V/12V/16V and 19V, two USB outputs of 2.1A which can be used to charge devices and a built-in LED flashlight for emergency. With winter coming the last thing we want is to be stuck in the cold. We need one of these in our car for those emergency situations where we need to jump start our car or need an extra battery pack for charging devices.

Specifications:
Model: T3
Chemistry: Li-Polymer (LiFeCOPO4)
Real Capacity: 18000mAh
Product Input: DC 15V/1A (3.0 x 2.0mm)
Product Output: DC 5V 12V 16V 19V / 2.1A 3.5A 3.5A
USB: Dual USB Output
Start current: 300A
Peak current: 600A (3s)
Applicable temperature range: -20℃~60℃
Plug: UK Standard
Package: Plastic
Box Size: 11.0 x 9.0 x 2.4 inch (280 x 230 x 60 mm)
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I wouldn't try starting the car 20 times. I'd use it once then slow discharge down to about 20% then recharge. Also as soon as you have started the car remove it. While it will have a safety circuit you don't want your alternator pumping 14v through it for long.
If starting your car regularly is going to be a thing then I suggest looking out for one that has a inline super capacitor to stop it taking it out on the battery. These don't seems to have hit the UK market yet.

If people are worried about the name Anker and Suaoki do similar products.
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I wouldn't try starting the car 20 times. I'd use it once then slow … I wouldn't try starting the car 20 times. I'd use it once then slow discharge down to about 20% then recharge. Also as soon as you have started the car remove it. While it will have a safety circuit you don't want your alternator pumping 14v through it for long.If starting your car regularly is going to be a thing then I suggest looking out for one that has a inline super capacitor to stop it taking it out on the battery. These don't seems to have hit the UK market yet.If people are worried about the name Anker and Suaoki do similar products.


I found a Suaoki car jump starter amazon.co.uk/Sua…PJM ,but Floureon is cheaper .
Anyone know if this is good enough for a 3ltr diesel?
I just bought one off eBay £40 free p and p thanks good find
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