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Polar cold battery challenge against the DBPower 2000A
January 21, 2019
In early January 2019, we read about the Polar Vortex collapse, and weather predictions of extreme cold in northeastern US. Since last year we experienced my girlfriend's car having difficulty starting in very cold temperatures, we ordered the Jump Starter 2000A (G16). It was a little more costly than others, but I had some Christmas Amazon giftcards . . .
The unit arrived in 3 days, (free shipping-Prime!) and I charged it up using my 5V charger (overnight). The price includes a nice carrying case (zippered) and it has a built-in LED light and USP-slots for charging phones/etc. I took it to my girlfriend's home, and showed her how to use it, charge it, and set it up inside.
Last night, the temp fell to 6-deg-F, and she went out this morning, hooked the "Jump Starter" up (used the built-in light), and the battery had plenty of strength to start her car (first try, no struggle). She put it away in its carrying case, and it still has a lot of charge left, in case she needs it for her commute back home. So far, so very good!
The unit worked, was easy to set up, had a useful manual, and fits nicely in the glovebox (inside its carrying case). We are very happy with the unit, and are confident that we can deal with cold mornings this winter.
We would buy this again, and know that it has sufficient amperage for starting our Honda. It was worth the money, and is a good investment for dealing with extremely cold battery startups.