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[Costco] Boostmi Compact Portable Jump Starter and Personal Power Supply at Costco

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Newbie
Dec 29, 2015
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Toronto, ON

[Costco] Boostmi Compact Portable Jump Starter and Personal Power Supply at Costco

This jump starter, phone charger sells for CDN$ 81.99
+ CDN$ 12.99 shipping (including 9% discount) https://www.amazon.ca/Boostmi-Compact/dp/B07C2YK1LS

Costco has it for - $49.00 including free shipping.

Product 69.99$
Less 20.00$-
Price 49.99$
Shipping & Handling Included
$20 OFF

Valid for orders placed 11/30/20 to 12/13/20.

Features:
Lithium iron phosphate battery: 7500 mAh Image
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Newbie
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Aug 11, 2019
25 posts
8 upvotes
This is a good handy product. Used total 4 to 5 times on my Camry and neighbors CRV and worked like a charm.
Sr. Member
Oct 25, 2001
641 posts
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Toronto
Something something about the red/green lights and being able to bypass because of dead battery...
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Dec 20, 2004
2584 posts
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Montreal, QC
Reviews are pretty crappy mostly for this unit.

It is on the small side for capacity. And don't expect this to be of any use if you leave it in your glove compartment, the day you need it. Temperature extremes will kill it. At -20C, it will barely turn over any engine.
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Mar 31, 2011
258 posts
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Cambridge, ON
Emporium wrote: Reviews are pretty crappy mostly for this unit.

It is on the small side for capacity. And don't expect this to be of any use if you leave it in your glove compartment, the day you need it. Temperature extremes will kill it. At -20C, it will barely turn over any engine.
Key word here is barely. It will still get it started, and that's all you need it to do to get yourself home/safe place, and then just recharge it. I would just keep the main unit in a inner coat pocket, that way it is always with you AND protected from low temps close to body heat.
Buying things you don't need is what RFD is all about.
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Dec 20, 2004
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Montreal, QC
Blustreak wrote: Key word here is barely. It will still get it started, and that's all you need it to do to get yourself home/safe place, and then just recharge it. I would just keep the main unit in a inner coat pocket, that way it is always with you AND protected from low temps close to body heat.
If left in the car at -30C, I'm sure the "barely" would not even be applicable :)
Do as you mention and keep it in coat pocket or some place warm, and then you stand a chance of starting.

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