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  1. Join Date
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    Any powerbank jumpstart users here?

    question:
    1. What brand and specific version or release do we have or have seen?
    2. your comments or reviews? plus have you tested it?

    ...was looking for one, and wanted to look for tsikot site reviews before buy.
    +meron bang plug lang para gamitin kahit anong powerbank lang?

    TIA


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    I do not have one. Comment ko lang is they are too pricey; it costs the same as a brand new maintenance-free battery. I would rather maintain the batt in tip-top condition with a good charger, or keep the money in case the battery is drained. Kung powerbank ang habol mo and the jumpstart is viewed as a secondary feature, mahal pa din...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ParticleX View Post
    I do not have one. Comment ko lang is they are too pricey; it costs the same as a brand new maintenance-free battery. I would rather maintain the batt in tip-top condition with a good charger, or keep the money in case the battery is drained. Kung powerbank ang habol mo and the jumpstart is viewed as a secondary feature, mahal pa din...
    Ditto...
    For me mas mura pa bumili ng digital multi tester tapos i check mo na lang battery once a month or check it before a long riad trip.

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    +1. I agree with what ParticleX and jodski had said.

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    Meron naman na battery charger na merong pang jump start mode. Dual purpose pa at hindi pang jump start lang.

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    #6
    pwede siguro ung gamit sa mga mio scooter na 12 volts..mas mura 500 lang

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    #7
    thanks for the comments. tama naman. pricey pa sila ngayon :-(

    i was thinking of a way, na yung traditional powerbank na may adaptor or another device that will mediate and turn powerbank into a jumpstart. hmm, wala pa ata :-( did check on web too.

    another thing is adviseable kasi to sa mga naka automatic na oto. di kasi pwedeng kadyutin

    +contribute ko rin napagtanto ko for the day, pwede rin to volt meter via cigarette socket

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    Bili ka na lang sir ng car battery jumper cables.

    Natural naman na matulungin ang mga Pilipino in case na mag fail ang battery mo hanggang sa makauwi ka.

    na-experience ko kasi ito, naki tap ako sa taxi, inabutan ko na lang si manong driver ng pang meryenda.

    pero kung sakaling mag mura ito, mga 2K, bibili din ako nito. may nakita ako sa Ace hardware, halos 5.5K ang price.


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    Quote Originally Posted by innova2013 View Post
    Bili ka na lang sir ng car battery jumper cables.

    Natural naman na matulungin ang mga Pilipino in case na mag fail ang battery mo hanggang sa makauwi ka.

    na-experience ko kasi ito, naki tap ako sa taxi, inabutan ko na lang si manong driver ng pang meryenda.

    pero kung sakaling mag mura ito, mga 2K, bibili din ako nito. may nakita ako sa Ace hardware, halos 5.5K ang price.

    This. Automatic din dati namin kotse. Jumper cable lang meron kami sa kotse.

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    Quote Originally Posted by innova2013 View Post
    Bili ka na lang sir ng car battery jumper cables.

    Natural naman na matulungin ang mga Pilipino in case na mag fail ang battery mo hanggang sa makauwi ka.

    na-experience ko kasi ito, naki tap ako sa taxi, inabutan ko na lang si manong driver ng pang meryenda.

    pero kung sakaling mag mura ito, mga 2K, bibili din ako nito. may nakita ako sa Ace hardware, halos 5.5K ang price.

    This. Automatic din dati namin kotse. Jumper cable lang meron kami sa kotse.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ParticleX View Post
    I do not have one. Comment ko lang is they are too pricey; it costs the same as a brand new maintenance-free battery. I would rather maintain the batt in tip-top condition with a good charger, or keep the money in case the battery is drained. Kung powerbank ang habol mo and the jumpstart is viewed as a secondary feature, mahal pa din...
    same here.... i would rather buy a new battery and keep a jumpstart cable in my car na lang.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ParticleX View Post
    I do not have one. Comment ko lang is they are too pricey; it costs the same as a brand new maintenance-free battery. I would rather maintain the batt in tip-top condition with a good charger, or keep the money in case the battery is drained. Kung powerbank ang habol mo and the jumpstart is viewed as a secondary feature, mahal pa din...
    same here.... i would rather buy a new battery and keep a jumpstart cable in my car na lang.

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