LOKITHOR, a portable emergency power solution brand designed and manufactured by GREPOW Battery Company (sub-brands: Tattu, Gens Ace), just released the JA2500 industry-leading multi-purpose portable device, containing a jump starter, LED light as well as power bank function. With a capacity of 46Wh, 1200A starting current,Peak current 2500A. LOKITHOR JA2500 4S LiFePO₄ Jump Starter is always your reliable backup. We keep our focus on providing convenient solutions for automotive emergencies, and LOKITHOR JA2500 is always your reliable backup.
We use high-quality cells that can provide adequate and reliable service to those stuck in a sticky situation. We stand by the performance of our products especially since they have undergone exhaustive tests and performance checks.
HIGH PERFORMANCE DRIVEN: JA2500 battery jump starter has supper starting current 1200A, Peak current 2500A, after full charge can achieve 60 times jump-start. Suitable for gasoline engines up to 8.5 liters and diesel enginesp to 6.5 liters, including: Cars, Motorcycles, Boats, RVs, ATVs, SUVs, Vans, Tractors, Mowers and more.
60W TWO-WAY FAST CHARGING: JA2500 jump pack Completely input recharges in just 1.6 hours, or Start your car in just 5-minutes of charge.Its internal power bank provides 60W of power output - easily powering your USB-C devices such as phones, tablets, laptops, wearables and more.
ULTIMATE SAFETY AND MULTI-FUNCTION: JA2500 has the function of forced start of dead car, safe and spark-free operation. 10+ protections to instantly start your car's engine. Mistake-proof design with reverse polarity and spark-proof technology. In addition, the integrated 500-lumen LED flashlight(Flashlight; Strobe; SOS), Light up the night and keep you away from danger.
- Starting Current: 1200A
- Peak current:2500A
- Dimensions:249 mm x 141mm x103mm (L x W x H)
- Net Weight:1870g
WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including nickel, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information, go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.