JUMP START A DEAD BATTERY IN SECONDS

With Noco’s GB70

Established in 1914, Noco says it designs and creates premium consumer battery chargers, jump starters, and a wide range of related battery products and accessories.
Noco firmly believes that its success is driven by innovation and attention to detail and that through world class offerings, it has effectively set the new standard in design, performance and safety while introducing an entirely new generation of products.
Noco Boost is a product line of ultra-portable, lightweight, and compact lithium jump starters, engineered to significantly outperform traditional lead-acid technology with more power, at a fraction of the size.
Included in the range is the Noco Boost HD 2,000 Amp UltraSafe Lithium Jump Starter, or GB70 as it is otherwise known – an ultra-portable, compact lithium-ion jump starter rated at 2,000 amps.
It is designed for gasoline engines up to eight litres and diesel engines up to six litres and is suitable for cars, SUVs, trucks, boats, RVs, and more. 
With the GB70, Noco says you can safely jump start a dead battery in seconds, up to 40 times on a single charge.

Noco says it is mistake-proof, featuring spark-proof technology and reverse polarity protection, making the GB70 safe for anyone to use.
Designed to protect your device, LED status indicators display the internal lithium batteries’ charge level and charging status. Error indicators show when connected in reverse polarity or when temporarily disabled for thermal protection.
The GB70 also features a integrated ultra-bright 400 Lumen LED flashlight with seven light modes, including SOS and emergency strobe.
The GB70 also doubles as a USB battery pack for recharging personal devices on the go and the built in 2.1A USB out port can power all of your USB devices such as smartphones, GoPro cameras, wireless headphones, and more. 
GB70 can also power your 12V devices, providing remote power for a wide range of 12V devices including tyre pumps, inverters, lights, phone chargers and more.

For more information, visit www.no.co