PowerAll is the award winning #1 selling lithium battery power jump starter in North America, South America, Asia, Australia and Africa. It's a pocket sized jump-starter, power bank, and flashlight. It functions as portable charger for all USB devices and a quick and easy device to start your car.
With the pocket size powerall you get an all-in-one device. A jump-starter, power bank, and flashlight. By utilizing a lithium battery this small device can fit in your pocket but has enough power to jump start your vehicle.
The system is designed to jump start engines up to a 3.8 liter 6 cylinder engine. The Powerall packs a powerful punch despite it's small size. It convenient to carry in your pocket and is perfect for cars, boat, and recreational vehicles. The PowerAll Slim is even smaller than the Slim Plus making it even more portable.
The built in super-bright LED provides a powerful flashlight that lasts for 90 hours making the powerall the perfect device in natural disasters and roadside problems. You will never be without a flash light and a phone charger ever again.
Depending on if you store the Powerall in your glove compartment or your recreational vehicle, it's always by your side. The internal lithium-ion battery stores a full charge for up to 6 months and makes it the perfect rescue device. You will never have to wait on the side or for a tow truck again. You can now easily jump start your vehicle in seconds.
This device is not designed to be used with electric vehicles. It is designed to jump-start 12 volt internal combustion engines. Unit does not include a charging adapter, it is meant to be used with wxisting USB wall adapters and USB charging stations.
|Operation Voltage||12 - 15 Volt DC|
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