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Audew 1000A Peak Portable Car Jump Starter $52.79 after 12% coupon discount - additional 10% off discount code may still be valid fo some

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Audew 1000A Peak Portable Car Jump Starter (Up to 6.0L Gas or 4.5L Diesel Engine) Auto Battery Booster, 12V Car Jumper, Power Bank Power Pack with Dual USB Ports and Flashlight

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Update: Some are reporting the 10% discount code still works even though the discount code seems no longer on the Amazon product page.
Additional 10% off Audew 1000A Jump Starter offered by Race_ing with code : AUDEW1000A

Update: Price with only the 12% coupon discount is $52.79.
Price with the two discounts is $46.79 before any sales tax.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07G74CY3K

Edit to add: Per the Amazon page product information for this unit, in the fine print: "【Your Attention】The device does NOT come with a wall charger. It's compatible with most 5V 3A home chargers." Something to be aware of.
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Have experience with them OP?

audew seems to get pushed on forums unusually frequently for a no name brand, and usually with negative forum response
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Have experience with them OP?
No experience with this or other brands of Li-ion jump starters. The previous jump starter I had was a 20 year old sealed lead acid battery pack jumper that gave up the ghost (no longer holds a charge). Saw the other Audew thread on the 1500A Peak version and when looking at that noticed the 1000A Peak version had additional discounts.

Bought one so time will tell if it's worth it. The main complaint on this Audew unit is the port socket being easy to push in. Sill seems to get good ratings on Amazon and one or more YouTube videos gave good ratings on the Audew jump starter.
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I bought this, from this seller too, for $53 a couple of weeks ago. My Toyota Corolla has had its battery drain twice now since I haven't been driving due to working from home and COVID-19.

When I found the battery depleted enough to not turn over the engine again I did some research and watched several YouTube video testing various jump packs. This one seemed to be the best performer for the money so I ordered it and had it 2 days later. I charged it up, connected it to my battery and my car started right up. I'm very happy with it and it worked well, even though I've only used it once so far.
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I have the 20,000 mAh one and it is awesome. I also bought one for dad. Great review on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JN8A2nIMUWA It was $95. I use it in the van as a rechargeable power source for my TV.
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I have the 20,000 mAh one and it is awesome. I also bought one for dad. Great review on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JN8A2nIMUWA It was $95. I use it in the van as a rechargeable power source for my TV.
Which unit?
And what type of tv are you powering off a battery bank??

Can you describe your setup a bit more?
I have a halo battery powered jumper but it wouldn't last long with a TV plugged in ha
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Which unit?
And what type of tv are you powering off a battery bank??

Can you describe your setup a bit more?
I have a halo battery powered jumper but it wouldn't last long with a TV plugged in ha
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I was going to wait for a Noco but this review seals the deal for me. In for 1

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=JN8A2nIMUWA
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I was going to wait for a Noco but this review seals the deal for me. In for 1

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=JN8A2nIMUWA
But the video is testing a different unit. The audew 1000A in this deal looks just like the 2nd and 3rd place winners with a different housing.
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But the video is testing a different unit. The audew 1000A in this deal looks just like the 2nd and 3rd place winners with a different housing.
Yes, it was more about the Noco's performance than the Audew it self. I'm aware the Audew unit he tested has twice the specs (at twice the price) of this particular unit. I don't need to jump start a diesel tractor. Just a Honda 3.5L V6 gasoline engine. This unit should suffice (at half the cost of a certain Noco unit that I have set my eyes on that was tested in the video)
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I use it in the van as a rechargeable power source for my TV.
How is that done? This Audew 1000a model has a separate 12v 10A output port on the side but I can find nothing about it on the Audew website. Nor does there appear to be an adapter cable specifically for that port available in the quick googling I've done.

On an old sealed lead acid battery pack that I have it had a dedicated 12 cig adapter port (aux port) that I could plug a auto inverter adapter into to power certain 120v electronics. Was great to keep a router (for internet access) running during long power outages using that old jumper pack with inverter adapter and not have to drop more money on a dedicated battery backup UPS unit. Be nice to do something similar, if possible, with this Audew 1000a power pack. So far only seen a video or two (like this one: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2mMVpPvYvyA) on making a DIY cable that plugs into the main port for jumping the car.
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How powerful a power bank jump starter do you need to jump start a nearly drained but not quite dead battery? My mom's Camry has an older battery that holds enough charge to start it up if she runs it every few days, but beyond that it dies and neither of the 2 power bank jump starters I have can start it up at that point and it needs a boost from my car.

I installed a cutoff switch on one of the battery terminals that prevents battery drain, but she sometimes forgets to use it and the battery dies. But instead of having to jump start her car with mine, I'd rather she had a powerful enough power bank jump starter to get the job done, preferably one of these smaller types, and I'm wondering how powerful it needs to be. Would she be better off with a much heavier and bulkier SLA-based one instead of a LiOn one such as this one?
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I bought this, from this seller too, for $53 a couple of weeks ago. My Toyota Corolla has had its battery drain twice now since I haven't been driving due to working from home and COVID-19.

When I found the battery depleted enough to not turn over the engine again I did some research and watched several YouTube video testing various jump packs. This one seemed to be the best performer for the money so I ordered it and had it 2 days later. I charged it up, connected it to my battery and my car started right up. I'm very happy with it and it worked well, even though I've only used it once so far.
If you're not going to use a car for more than a week or two at a time then you should either attach a decent plug-in trickle-charger if it's garaged, or install a basic cutoff switch on the battery, such as this one, and use it. A jump starter should not be the fallback for an infrequently used car.

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07MTXXY9M
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How powerful a power bank jump starter do you need to jump start a nearly drained but not quite dead battery? My mom's Camry has an older battery that holds enough charge to start it up if she runs it every few days, but beyond that it dies and neither of the 2 power bank jump starters I have can start it up at that point and it needs a boost from my car.

I installed a cutoff switch on one of the battery terminals that prevents battery drain, but she sometimes forgets to use it and the battery dies. But instead of having to jump start her car with mine, I'd rather she had a powerful enough power bank jump starter to get the job done, preferably one of these smaller types, and I'm wondering how powerful it needs to be. Would she be better off with a much heavier and bulkier SLA-based one instead of a LiOn one such as this one?
I'd find out if she has a parasitic drain on her battery & fix that, then get a new battery if she can afford it.
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I'd find out if she has a parasitic drain on her battery & fix that, then get a new battery if she can afford it.
Normally, yes, that's the right way to go. But it's 28 years old and she barely uses it, just a few times a month for short shopping trips, so it's not really worth it. And I'm pretty sure that the drain is from an old alarm system that needs to be yanked out, which I'd do myself, but car electronics has always intimidated me. It's got a siren, remote door opener and cutoff, so a lot of connections to remove. This shortcut does the trick.
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