Powerpack Pro 1300

A workhorse for recreation and roadside emergencies.
Rated 4.5 out of 5
2 Reviews
Regular price $229.99
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  • Internal rechargeable 18Ah battery delivers up to 1300 peak Amps of starting current.
  • Standalone jump-starter restarts engines up to 8 cylinders with no host vehicle needed.
  • Operates a variety of tools and electronics with dual AC outlets and two 2.4A USB ports.
  • Inflates tires and sporting equipment up to 160 PSI.
  • Special features: tough outer case, 6 AWG jumper cables, 12V DC auxiliary power port, and a bright LED flashlight.
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Part #: DR1300PWR

A workhorse for both recreation and roadside emergencies: The Powerpack Pro 1300 recharges engines up to 8 cylinders with 1300 peak Amps of starting current. Its 18Ah rechargeable battery serves as a stand-alone power source, getting you back on the road without the need for another car. 

The Powerpack also operates a variety of tools and electronics (up to 600 combined Watts) through its dual AC outlets and two 2.4A USB ports. An integrated air compressor also supplies up to 160 PSI to inflate tires and sports equipment. 

The Powerpack 1300 is designed for heavy use with a tough outer case, 6 AWG jumper cables, 12V DC auxiliary power port, and a bright LED flashlight.

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prop 65 warning WARNING: 

This product can expose you to chemicals including Diisononyl Phthalate(DINP), which is known to the State of California to cause cancer, and  Bisphenol A (BPA), which is known to the State of California to cause birth defects or other reproductive harm.  For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.


Technical Details

Brand
Duracell
Model
DR1300PWR
Item Weight
21 pounds
Product Dimensions
15.2 in. x 10.7 in. x 9.3 in.
Voltage
12 volts


Technical Specifications

Battery Chemistry
SLA (Sealed Lead Acid)
Battery Capacity
18Ah
Light
Adjustable LED
Air Compressor Capacity
160 PSI
AC Outlets
2
AC Outlets Power
600 watts
DC Outlets
1
USB Outlets
2
USB Output Power
2.1A Total
Safety Features
overload, over temperature, circuit and reverse polarity alarm

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Reviewed by Arthur C.
Verified Buyer
I recommend this product
Rated 5 out of 5
Review posted

Excellent Backup Power Source

I bought the Power Pack Pro 1300 instead of the 1100 due to an increase in power available .

The unit works great , I jump started a friends vehicle which has enough crank amps to turn the engine over on the first try . After the jump start with the 1300, I added air from the compressor into the tires . Everything went smooth . A couple days earlier I charged a couple of cell phones . There is still a significant supply of back up power left . This will come in handy down here in Florida when the hurricanes come and during power outages .

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Reviewed by Claire
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I recommend this product
Rated 4 out of 5
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Great for camping!

I have used Powerpack Pro 1300 while camping and it worked wonders.

I camped for 3 days in Bradley, CA (for Lightning in a Bottle) and did about 5 full charges for iphones.

We played music with our portable speaker for a few hours total.

We lighted our campsite with a light that uses probably at least 30W.

I did leave the light off during the day.

By the 3rd day, the fully charged battery pack was almost out, but with pretty light use, we were able to use it for 3 days.

This Powerpack also can be charged by a solar panel so I've purchased a 12V 100W solar panel.

Let's see how much utility I get out of this badboy gone solar!

Will update the review once I connect it to the solar panel.

At the moment, I'm waiting for Duracell to get back to me on the kind of connection I need between the panel and the Powerpack.

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General Questions

You may connect a 12v Lead Acid battery using the jumper cables if you need to extend run time.

You may charge the unit with a solar using the CLA port. Max 40W solar panel without a controller, max 100W solar panel with a controller.

You may charge the unit with a solar using the CLA port. Max 40W solar panel without a controller, max 100W solar panel with a controller.

You can use the CLA port or you can attach it with alligator clips to the jumper clamps, and turn the red switch ON. Your solar panel MUST have a controller if more than 40W.

We do not recommend the PowerPacks for medical use.

The air compressor/inflator can not be run for more than 5-7 minutes, or it will overheat and damage it. After using the compressor for 5 minutes, please allow it to cool off for 10 minutes before using again.

The Charger is designed to look for peak voltages to turn the light to green. As lead Acid batteries age they are unable to get to peak voltages but the battery is fully charged. If the light does not turn green after 12 hours, it is fully charged and can be disconnected. You can verify the charge by letting it rest for 15 minutes than pressing the fuel gauge button.

Connect an external 12v lead acid battery using the jumper cables, and turn the big red switch on. Lead acid batteries like to stay charged to prevent permanent loss of capacity. Make sure to charge your batteries at least once every 3 months.

No. It is only designed to jump start vehicles.

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