Land Rover Monthly - - Product Test -

Sealey’s Fuel Pack comes with an ar­ray of fea­tures. For the less tech­ni­cally minded, over­load pro­tec­tion en­sures the unit pre­vents it­self and your gad­gets from dam­age. Chunky rub­ber ends pro­tect the case from dam­age and the lithium iron bat­tery with 270A out­put was able to boost our slug­gish 2.5d en­gine’s bat­tery.


• Start cur­rent 270A, Peak cur­rent 400A • Lithium iron bat­tery • Ve­hi­cles up to 3.0 petrol and 2.0 diesel • 12V DC out­put • One USB port • Work lamp, con­stant and flash­ing modes • Jump lead: 14.5 inches both • USB mi­cro lead • 12 V socket adap­tor • 100 V - 240V and 12V charg­ing adap­tors

Qual­ity kit with use­ful ac­ces­sories, though no Ap­ple de­vice leads. Dig­i­tal dis­play is in­for­ma­tive and easy to read in the dark. Truly por­ta­ble and weighs 810 g. LED light pro­vides use­ful il­lu­mi­na­tion in the di­rec­tion of the ca­bles.

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