Juno Jumper Pro Portable Battery

Nov 30, 2015

Category: Tech

Dead electronics are nothing to scoff at. Carrying around a separate battery for sudden phone outages or an energy-hungry tablet is a necessity for the mobile pro on the go. The Juno Jumper Pro takes the idea of having extra power on hand to the next level by also allowing it to jump start a dead car battery, so that you can keep rolling even when your vehicle is DOA.

Carrying a flashlight along with a huge 18,000mAh lithium polymer battery, it’s hard to run this out of juice. You can power your favorite Bluetooth speakers or even a wired television for hours thanks to the massive energy load and full outlet wired right into the Jumper. It can jump almost any sized vehicle, including that V8 truck or your boat, all while fitting in your backpack with room to spare. [Purchase]

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