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Charging Battery on the Go!

Discussion in 'Pro/Adv Discussion' started by gjoseph, Jun 14, 2015.

  1. gjoseph

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    I charged my battery on the go today- I used my converter in my car on a short road trip- it took 80 min to charge from 15% to 100%- will be good for my road trips.
     
  2. Mako79

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    Buy a jumper pack with a built in cigarette lighter port and a 150w inverter (Make sure this isn't the backup jumper pack for your car).
    So when your car is stationary, you can charge and leave your car off.
     
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  3. J Smith

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    Any amazon links to the jumper pack that has 150w inverter.
     
  4. vx2

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    Used a Bestek 200W inverter for the first time yesterday. Charged normally as if it was in an AC plug. less than 15 mins for each bar.
     
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    Amazon links to suggested packs?
     
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  7. 30secs

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    Should I get the 100w,/200/400 ?
     
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    From what I've seen, it can take 130 watts to charge one battery.
     
  9. gjoseph

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    I use the Bestek 300 _ $27 ebay