15:07 | 06.02.2018
GOOLOO Launches Ultimate Portable Jump Starter on Indiegogo

GOOLOO, the leading battery power expert, has announced the ultimate
jump starter – portable, but powerful enough to charge virtually
anything. From motoring safely through to running MacBooks or
smartphones, the GOOLOO G2000 is the ultimate car accessory for all

The Indiegogo crowdfunding campaign gives consumers priority access to
the first GOOLOO G2000 models to ship.

Vital as an in-car breakdown safety device, and perfect for the holiday
home and office alike, the all-new GOOLOO G2000 car jump starter is
portable and will jump start all 12V petrol and diesel car or boat
engine, even if the battery has died.

The slimline lithium-ion battery packs a punch, with a class-leading
delivery of 2000 peak amps – 1.5x more powerful than the competition –
and a massive capacity of 28,800mAh.

The rugged exterior boasts a unique combination of dual USB and
additional USB-C 60W outlets, that charge MacBooks, phones, cameras up
to four times faster than competitors. The G2000 can also support
15V/10A output, which powers any rechargeable car accessories like
vacuums and tire inflators.

Weighing in at a lightweight 1.8lbs, the GOOLOO G2000 delivers an
impressive performance but also extensive safety features, including
fuse protection, anti-reverse plug technology and overcharge and
discharge protection, while a 12-month warranty provides peace of mind.

Xerro Chou, GOOLOO founder said: “The all-new GOOLOO G2000 jump starter
is the result of thousands of hours of research, as well as overwhelming
customer demand for our popular Amazon range. So many satisfied
customers asked for an upgrade to their chargers we just had to create
the incredible G2000.”


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