- Battery Capacity: 20000mAh / 74Wh
- Start Current: 400A (over 3s)
- Peak Current: 800A (over 0.5s)
- Input: USB-C, 5V/3A, 9V/3A, 12V/2.5A, 15V/2A, 20V/2.25A
- (QC3.0 & SmartID) USB *2: 3.6-6.5V/3A, 6.5-9V/2A, 9-12V/1.5A
- PD 30W USB-C: 5V/3A, 9V/3A, 12V/2.5A, 15V/2A, 20V/2.25A
- DC 5.5*2.0 port, 12V/10A
- LED Flashlight: 1W, constant on/SOS/strobe
- Working Temperature: -20℃~60℃/-4℉~140℉
- When used consecutively for 4 times, allow the jump starter's system to cool down for 1-2 minutes before using it again.
1 x IC-JD31 Jump Starter
1 x Smart Clamps
1 x Cigarette Lighter Adapter
1 x USB Charging Cable
1 x AC Power Adapter
1 x User Manual
Very good jump start
C-type charger failed after one charging. Customer service person was very courteous and responsive. After diagnosing the issue, the service representative arranged for a speedy replacement of the charger. This addressed the problem. Entire process was quick and effective. Very pleased.
Two years ago, I had a battery have a 'broken post', or interrupted circuit inside the battery. I had all the reflective triangles for hanging out in the middle lane, and secured a kind battery jump from a stranger with another [truck brand] after only 25 minutes. Bought this unit and have been using it to keep my cell phone charged on camping trips, knowing as long as I had two lights I could also start the truck. Thinking of getting another for company gatherings with 'no outlet' tables, and let my teammates charge phones. I see there is a new Best Seller, with 5% more juice and wireless charging. But it takes 4 hours to charge and this one takes 2.5. If you are leaving one charging along a wall at a meeting, that's a big difference, and I'm planning to buy another of these before my next meeting in a few months.
but great and worked when I needed it. Thanks.
The 30W USB-C makes this pack a great value, considering it comes with the charger. The 12v, 10A output will work great for anything designed to run off your car's power outlet.
I wish it came with right angle connectors/cables. I bought some separately to reduce the footprint when cables are plugged in and put into a confined space like a backpack instead of a desk.
I use this primarily for its 12v output to power my telescope mount, cameras, and accessories. It can accept a charge simultaneous with powering the 12v and USB outputs. This allows me to use two of them to double the capacity. It seems to do a pretty good job of auto-negotiating such that if you plug two together via the USB-C it will charge the drained pack from the charged pack, but you do have to be careful when both are fully charged. If only they simply made one with more total capacity.
I was curious about what was inside that massive plug for jump starting, so I disassembled to find out. Turns out its a huge high current relay which will prevent back-flow when the car turns on and the alternator kicks in. The huge size is probably because of DC arcing issues which would affect smaller relays. Its all switched on/off by a microcontroller which seems pretty fancy for simply jumping a car, but software is in everything these days.
We have successfully used this jump starter with three vehicles over multiple uses now. It worked immediately on my 5.7L RAM, an older SUV, and an older Tacoma. Today I parked and was walking into the office when I noticed someone trying to start their vehicle (the SUV); their cable wasn't long enough to make the connection. Offered to use my jump starter if it had a charge left. Less than 2 minutes later his vehicle started right up and he was on his way to get a new battery.
The jump starter had been sitting in my truck for at least 6 months without being charged, if not closer to a year. I was amazed to find that it still had approximately 75% of its life left after sitting there through both hot and cold climates. It worked it starting up the SUV and was still reading at about 75%.
The flashlight part is a nice addition if you're jumping a vehicle in the dark, but I carry several flashlights and would rarely if ever need that feature. It has also come in handy a couple of times for charging our phones when we were on the road / camping.
Overall great product. I have a handful of iClever products now and all of them have worked out perfectly so far.
Item is as described
After setting in my car 4 months, with the last 2 nights dipping to -25 below my daughter called with a dead battery. I thought this can't work after being in the cold so long, but I connected it up & Bob's your uncle! This baby started her car like a summer day! To say I am happy is a understatement. This unit is AMAZING!
Works. Tesred on a couple cars and including mine when battery died. Even saved a colleague’s phone’s flat battery.