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G22 Car Jump Starter-1500A Peak Battery Booster $53.34 ($42.30 USD) No Tax Free Shipping

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Aug 2, 2015
321 posts
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Toronto

G22 Car Jump Starter-1500A Peak Battery Booster $53.34 ($42.30 USD) No Tax Free Shipping

Price:
$53.34
Savings:
50% off
Retailer:
Trekpow
Lowest price I've seen.
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This jump starter is powerful to jump start 12V vehicles (up to 8.0L petrol or 6.5L diesel engine) with 1500A peak. Up to 30 jump starts on a single charge.
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Reason: code removed
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If you're looking to pick one up for emergencies, RFD Reviews has a roundup of the best jump starters!
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Sr. Member
Nov 15, 2006
689 posts
435 upvotes
Toronto
Thanks OP. The code still works. Just wondering if it works on Lexus RX Hybrid.
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Aug 8, 2010
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Thanks

For those who saw the sale in a similar product about a month ago - How does this one compare to that one? I can't find the old thread
Newbie
Jan 15, 2021
52 posts
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wrecker wrote: Thanks OP. The code still works. Just wondering if it works on Lexus RX Hybrid.
Look at this hot shot with a Lexus and that too a hybrid. Check your user manual to confirm, not all of us have this vehicle and would not count on this forum to know enough about your car.
Sr. Member
Nov 15, 2013
739 posts
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Toronto
killseed wrote: Look at this hot shot with a Lexus and that too a hybrid. Check your user manual to confirm, not all of us have this vehicle and would not count on this forum to know enough about your car.
Nice! You really showed him!
Ju Leon...
Sr. Member
Nov 15, 2006
689 posts
435 upvotes
Toronto
killseed wrote: Look at this hot shot with a Lexus and that too a hybrid. Check your user manual to confirm, not all of us have this vehicle and would not count on this forum to know enough about your car.
That’s fine if you don’t know. I am not counting on you but those who know.
Member
Jul 2, 2018
218 posts
154 upvotes
YVR
bryan35 wrote: Go to checkout and put in code
yes sorry I realised I was using the wrong code. Its TKWG22 for 50% off and the one shown on their page TREKG22 only gives 30%
Newbie
Dec 10, 2018
68 posts
265 upvotes
killseed wrote: Look at this hot shot with a Lexus and that too a hybrid. Check your user manual to confirm, not all of us have this vehicle and would not count on this forum to know enough about your car.
Legitimately can't tell if you're being sarcastic or if you're just fun at parties.
Member
Mar 31, 2013
339 posts
255 upvotes
Sherwood Park
I think the deal is over. I am only getting 54USD using code TKWG22. (-35.99USD)
Jr. Member
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Dec 1, 2017
108 posts
65 upvotes
Surrey, BC
In for my second one, used code TREKG22. Came to $40.50US.
Thanks
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eman0621- Jr. Member since Mar 5, 2004/Last seen Aug 3, 2016 10:02 AM 184 Posts
😃Thanks for RFD...many deals have been acquired. Many Thanks....you guys rock. Happy RFD'ng!😝
Deal Guru
Jun 11, 2005
13455 posts
2742 upvotes
Toronto
Not having a good time with these types of jump packs. They dont work properly in cold weather. You charge it up, leave it in the car and by the time you need a jump, its dead in the water. Is it just me?
Deal Addict
Feb 5, 2009
1076 posts
360 upvotes
trixstar wrote: Not having a good time with these types of jump packs. They dont work properly in cold weather. You charge it up, leave it in the car and by the time you need a jump, its dead in the water. Is it just me?
I’ve used my jump packs in just below freezing temps this year but it was in a warm vehicle. I assume it’s like most batteries and need to be warmed up a little to work right. Watch the project farm video he tries to use a jump pack that he left in a freezer..

I leave my jump packs in my cars and charge them every 3 or 6 months , probably 6 months ;)
Member
Jun 9, 2008
378 posts
126 upvotes
Ottawa
Thanks got one, not sure if this is a good one or not but why not!
Deal Addict
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Oct 27, 2008
1081 posts
303 upvotes
Thanks OP, bought one, will see how fast it get here (in MTL) :)
Just hope it's not "fake" seen this is what the PayPal payment is showing:

Charge will appear on your credit card statement as "PAYPAL *HONGYUZHINE"
Payment sent to [email protected]
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Nov 21, 2002
11486 posts
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Winnipeg
trixstar wrote: Not having a good time with these types of jump packs. They dont work properly in cold weather. You charge it up, leave it in the car and by the time you need a jump, its dead in the water. Is it just me?
nope alot of contractors working out side all day tend to revert back to the non lithium based battery power tools in the winter/arctic conditions.

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