Land Rover Monthly - - Product Test -

Draper’s pow­er­ful 250A (crank­ing) unit weighs just 464 g and is packed with use­ful fea­tures that are easy to mas­ter and in­clude blue LEDS for clar­ity. Power is via a lithium cobalt bat­tery. Three switch­able out­put volt­ages make it ver­sa­tile for charg­ing a range of per­sonal gad­gets. The smart jump leads de­tect a cor­rect con­nec­tion via an LED pi­lot light and carry weatherproof in­struc­tions. It suc­cess­fully started a 2.5d en­gine with a slug­gish, but not flat bat­tery. The work­ing light is pow­er­ful but isn’t suited to aim at the booster ca­bles in use.


• Start cur­rent 250A, Peak cur­rent 500A • Ve­hi­cles up to 6.0 petrol and 2.0 diesel • Switch­able 12V, 16V and 19V out­puts • One USB port • Work lamp, con­stant, SOS and flash­ing modes • Smart jump leads with LED pi­lot • Jump leads: 15 inches red, 18 inches black • 4-in-1 multi-pur­pose USB lead • 8 lap­top adap­tors with ca­ble • 230V and 12V charg­ing adap­tors

The pod-like shell case is tough, but of­fers no leads sep­a­ra­tion. Booster unit has good build qual­ity with in­tu­itive con­trols. Use­ful torch is pow­er­ful though not point­ing in the ca­bles’ di­rec­tion. Multi lead for var­i­ous de­vices in­cluded, plus power adap­tors and in-car charger.

Newspapers in English

Newspapers from UK

© PressReader. All rights reserved.