This is not really Mobility related, but it does charge via USB so I thought I would post this up for our friends at Proporta. They have always been really good to the Mobile community so a little write up about their new Jump Start hopefully won’t upset too many people.
If you’ve ever been caught out by a flat car battery, you’ll know what a nightmare it can be finding a kindly passer by with a pair of jump leads handy. But now, thanks to Proporta, you need never worry again, as long as you’ve remembered to pack the USB TurboCharger (Auto Edition) in your glove box.
This ridiculously handy little gadget packs enough punch to jump start your battery, without needing another car, or any help. Comes complete with attachments and leads for all types of car, charges from any USB port, and holds enough charge for several jump starts. It’ll even get an HGV going if you need it to, and all this from something that fits in the palm of your hand.
Put simply, this is one of the most useful things you could ever pack in your car, and an ingenious and impressive little gizmo to boot. All round, it’s another unbeatable accessory from the clever people at Proporta.
Description Small enough to fit in your glove box, and powerful enough to get your car moving again, this is a vital piece of kit for any driver. An LED display shows the level of charge, and the device can be recharged from any USB outlet. It packs enough punch for three jump starts, comes with different adaptors for all types of cars, and can even get an HGV going. Never get caught out again.
- Jump start anytime, anywhere, without any need for jump leads or another car.
- Up to three jump starts without needing to be recharged.
- Will jump start HGV and any large vehicle once per charge.
- LED display shows level of charge.
- Comes complete with all leads and attachments for every type of car.
- Small, compact and lightweight – will fit in glove box or tool kit.
The USB TurboCharger (Auto Edition) costs $61.95 and you can get more information or purchase it from Proporta’s website or CLICK HERE