Originally Posted by shenrie
^^^ thanks for the post. definitely something ive been looking into recently.
ive just been waiting for it to get continuously cold here so I can test the noco's on a freezing cold 7.3 and see what they can do.
That would be an interesting test--if you do it please update us.
Originally Posted by 4x4sporty
I have been on the fence about these for a while now but I think there is an audew in my future.
Having watched a few other YouTube videos on the Audew I'm inclined to agree. I would wonder if keeping it at 100% ready is advisable as mentioned in a reply about this device. Not sure how one would keep it at say 85%---not sure that's even a thing about these sorts of jump packs.
I'd also be curious if re-charging one of these from the vehicle (while running) would take? I'm thinking if I used it to jump a vehicle should I re-charge it immediately after to top it off?
AND I have to question how would one of these devices work with both battery cables disconnected? I've seen a few YouTube videos where just the negative cable is disconnected which might affect the true effectiveness of these jump packs.
(Found another Audew user review test this time on a dead battery which is a realistic test I believe---the important parts begin at 6m17s into the unboxing and yada yada yada about features and included bits etc etc
Have a look for yourself:
I do have to say though WOW on how well these dinky things do jump staring a vehicle. Typically I never let my starting battery run completely dead so if one was on-board I'd want it kept ready for action 24/7/365.
Searching for these online I'm finding nearly no one selling them. Various YouTube links say Amazon carries them yet they're "currently unavailable, no idea when they'll be available again". The manufacturer or main distributor seems to be off shore which adds a bit of delay to receiving answers to questions---they might sell them direct if not in stock at their USA outlets. If I find an answer to where, who and when I'll pass it along here.