Cyntur JumperPack Mini

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Tech

Few things can ruin your day quite like a dead car battery. And while a dead smartphone battery might not be quite as dreadful, it’s certainly obnoxious. Cyntur’s JumperPack Mini ensures that you don’t fall victim to either tragedy, ever again.

The compact weatherproof device boasts a 12,000mAh li-ion cell, giving you the ability to do everything from recharging your phone using the 2.1A USB port to jumpstarting your vehicle with the set of SafeJump battery clamps. The device has enough juice for 25 back-to-back jumpstarts on vehicles up to 8 cylinders, 5 smartphone charges, 1.5 tablet charges, and it holds its charge for 365 days. And that’s not all either. The ultra lightweight device (under 1 pound) also features a 200 lumen LED light, a convenient feature for navigating your way around your vehicle during emergency situations, and a Thermoformed carrying case for stowing away in your glove box. [Purchase]

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