MotoPressor Jump Starter
What happens when you get back to your bike, kit up, turn the key, press the starter and…nothing! If you carry jumper leads you may be alright BUT a mini jump starter kit is a much smarter option.
There has been nothing in the past designed and built specifically for motorcyclist. Jumper starters were heavy, bulky and definitely not portable, especially on a motorcycle. Well, all that has changed! This little lithium jump starter is pocket-sized, light and packs a real punch and will easily tuck into a tank bag, top box or pannier. Our mini jump starter comes with a recharging plug suitable for both BMW (merit) sockets and normal car type accessory sockets.
Can this little jump starter really start a motorcycle? The answer is most definitely YES and it will do it over and over again. We tested this jump starter on a bike with a dead flat battery. We consistently got 15+ starts out of the jump starter and this is connecting the jump starter through a dead battery.
What else can you do with our jump starter? Our jump starter carries a USB port and 1 into 4 5V/2.1A USB accessory cable that can plug in many different devices including Apple, Samsung, HTC, Nokia, Motorola, and Sony phones, Ipads, Gps etc. It also has an LED flash light with 3 modes, illumination, strobe or SOS.
This mini jump starter has short circuit protection, overcharge protection and discharge protection. PLEASE BE AWARE THAT YOU SHOULD NEVER EVER DRAIN A LI-ON BATTERY FULLY AS THIS WILL KILL IT. IT SHOULD BE KEPT CHARGED AT ALL TIMES.
Don’t let yourself be stranded with a flat battery. Pop a mini jump starter in your bag.
Battery Capacity: 9000mAh
Output: 5V/2A and 12V Jump Start
Input: 12V/1A and 5V/1A
Full Charge Time: approximately 3 hours
Starting Current: 200A
Peak Current: 400A
Operating Temp: -20°C to 60°C
Life cycles: >1000
Certifications: CE, FCC, Rohs
Warranty: 1-Year limited warranty (does not cover dead batteries which have been fully discharged)
In recent times I have been asked, “Can you use a Lithium-Ion Jump Starter on a Lithium bike battery?”
The short answer is YES. But ask the battery manufacturers and they will probably say ‘NO battery should be jumped when it is over discharged, even lead/acid batteries’. I have started a bike with a Lithium bike battery installed on it, as have others. Ask a tyre manufacturer if it’s safe to plug a puncture in a tyre and they will say “definitely NOT”. Ask yourself that same question when you’re stuck out in the bush with a flat! Be ‘sensible’ and in the case of an emergency do what you must. Hook the jump starter up, crank your bike, remove the jump starter within 30 seconds and hopefully you’ll be on your way. If it doesn’t start DON’T continually crank the bike because it’s probably NOT the battery. As a manufacturer we want to relay the correct information and be conservative when it comes to safety and the safe use of our products. We ask that you be sensible when using ANY of our products…think and act!