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Hi, it depends on how you use it. When you don't need it, just put the ON button to OFF, usually, it can hold at least 3 months.
OXA USA COM
Seller · July 23, 2016
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It's long enough to connect to the Positive and negitvie battery terminal on the battery. About 4" and 6" long. If you need to connect a grounding spot. i dont think it's long enough. Or you can connect it to your jumper cable if you have one. and that can extend the length.
W L
· June 3, 2016
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Yes you can switch between the different output voltages depending on what you are charging or powering.
Eric
· March 10, 2017
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This jump starter supports to 100V-240V.
OXA USA COM
Seller · October 7, 2017
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The unit has been replaced by seller. Very happy with results
Amazon Customer
· May 20, 2017
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Watts is the power produced (amps x volts)
Byron Freeman
· January 4, 2018
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Amps x Volts = Watts but more importantly, what are you planning on hooking up to this?
Kam14
· June 18, 2018
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I've only heard of lithium battery exploding in flight. I've never heard of battery jumper exploding while using to jump-start a vehicle or using to charge your portable devices at home.
trashworthy
· October 20, 2017
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yes I used mine to recharge my android and planned on using it when at fest as backup power as android tends to eat batteries, so I'd likewise plug my phone in when having a busy texting day so I could walk around with my phone. Be advised the recharge rate on this device is ALL night, it takes a while
Jesse Deville
· June 15, 2016
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In small print on the unit, it clearly says 66.6 Wh (Watt-hours), which means it's only 5550 mAh at 12V. This is the equation.
Wh = mAh × V / 1000

outdoortechie
· June 14, 2019