AllStart 560 Horizon Boost Max Battery Charger, 5V-19V
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AllStart 560 Horizon Boost Max Battery Charger is fast charging with a low self-discharge cycle. Up to 1500 charging cycles. Boostmax Battery Charger includes intelli-clamps for jumpstarting with built-in safety and diagnostic features. Features built-in protection for jump starter overcharging and over-discharging.
- Jump start trucks, cars, boats, ATVs and more
- Charge electronic devices asuch as phones, tablets, laptops, notebooks, etc.
- Powerful, high capacity Nano Lithium Battery
- Fast charging with low self-discharge cycle
- Up to 1500 charging cylces
- 450 cranking amps and 900 peak amps
- 12V vehicle jump start, back up charger for all brands of cell phones, notebooks, tables, and other portable electronics
- Includes intelli-clamps for jump starting with built-in safety and diagnostic features
- Built in safety protection for jump starter overchargin and discharing
- Four difference charging modes - 5V 2A, 5V 1A, 19V 3.5A, 12V 10A
- Features LED flashlight with standard, strobe, and SOS modes
- 9.13 x 1.13 x 3.5 inches
- Weighs 1.50 lbs
- Sold each
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