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Portable Car Jump Starter with USB Quick Charge 3.0 $36.58

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You definitely want to have a jump start handy during the winter months. This car jump starter can start most 12V vehicles (up to 6.0L gas or 5.0L diesel engine) with 800A peak current multiple times on a single charge.

The jump starter is listed at $59.97. Click the coupon for 5% ($3) off and enter code LUIEKR7O to receive an additional 34% ($20.39) off. The final price (before tax) will be $36.58.

https://www.amazon.com/TrekPow-A1...B07PP5BDH6
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You can get no-name brands for under $30. Also this is a C on you know which site.
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do the under $30 have the type c port both in and out, and quick charge?
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Only 2500 maH. Pass.
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You can get no-name brands for under $30. Also this is a C on you know which site.
link to the under $30?
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Only 2500 maH. Pass.
Wow that is low! I was suspicious when I didn't see mAh listed in the specs.
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Wow that is low! I was suspicious when I didn't see mAh listed in the specs.
Answer given in the questions. Thanks for the rep.
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Only 2500 maH. Pass.
https://www.trekpow.com/products/...tarter-a18

According to the specs on their website it's 8000mah
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Only 2500 maH. Pass.
Eh, many people think the 12V voltage, which this jump starter can boost, is the jump starter's voltage for purposes of calculating the battery capacity. But the correct calculation is to use the standard voltage of the lithium-ion batteries that comprise the jump starter. Usually, it's 3.7V. So, the correct battery capacity should be 8000 maH as their website says. Check this site: https://www.omnicalculator.com/ot...y-capacity
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This worth it.. I know there's been a few around 50-60 range lately
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Eh, many people think the 12V voltage, which this jump starter can boost, is the jump starter's voltage for purposes of calculating the battery capacity. But the correct calculation is to use the standard voltage of the lithium-ion batteries that comprise the jump starter. Usually, it's 3.7V. So, the correct battery capacity should be 8000 maH as their website says. Check this site: https://www.omnicalculator.com/ot...y-capacity
If you were using it at 3.7v, that would be correct. Perhaps it is correct for comparison with other products purposes.

But you're using this at 5v or 12v. The spec given is 29 Whr, which is 2500mah at 12v.
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