Powertraveller Redstart 50

Powertraveller Redstart 50
Powertraveller Redstart 50
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Redstart 50 by Powertraveller
No longer is it necessary to sacrifice valuable trunk space for an enormous jump starter apparatus every time you want to go on a road trip. The Redstart 50 is smaller than most tablet devices and includes jumper cables that fit into the included carrying case for a clean, compact jump starter solution on your next road trip. Simply charge the battery and stash the Redstart 50 in your vehicle for peace of mind if you want to run your headlights or car speaker at the campsite. Since its battery powered, the Redstart can also be used as a portable charger for your devices. So pack all of your cameras, GPS devices, smartwatches and laptops without worrying about where your charges will be coming from.

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