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I was at my local NAPA store and the mgr showed me a product that they now carry. Pocket Power Jump Starter by Rockford ret. $120.
I did some addn research and it looked similar to PocketPowerPlus.com . It was also in a Herrington catalog. It's supposedly a small pkg Li battery that can jump start and recharge cell phones,tablets etc. Interesting.
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Thanks to a recommendation from Michal, I just bought this portable power source:

https://www.arkporta...ower.com/arkpak

I still need to install the battery, but it seems really awesome and extremely versatile. I have the car, home, and will get the solar charger.
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I was at my local NAPA store and the mgr showed me a product that they now carry. Pocket Power Jump Starter by Rockford ret. $120.
I did some addn research and it looked similar to PocketPowerPlus.com . It was also in a Herrington catalog. It's supposedly a small pkg Li battery that can jump start and recharge cell phones,tablets etc. Interesting.


Sounds similar to the ones on ExpeditionExchange: https://www.expediti...om/antigravity/

They tested them out by jumpstarting a range rover like 10 times. Powerful and compact.

I have seen the ArkPak but it looks quite large. My Goal Zero Extreme350 works great for running my ARB fridge. It has been superseded by the Yeti400 which has more USB and other connections. Plug n play with the solar panels. I had the Extreme350 running and recharging hooked up to 70watts of solar panels in the Baja sun. Kept my Pacificos ice cold...
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Same Same. At least EE had a better explanation of the product. I think it would save space and a a lot less wiring for computers etc. I think the NAPA price is less than EEs but EEs case is cool.
2005 LR3, sliders, ARB bumper,Superwinch X9,Front Runner roof rack,OME ladder,
100w PV,aux battery,M416 camper trailer, RTT, LED lightbar, Green Oval lift rods.
AlCan,Dalton,Edgerton,Top of the World,Cassiar,Baja Sur Highways approved.




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