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PowerStation PSX-2 Rugged Hi-Power 1000 Peak Amp Hi-Current EHP Battery Jumpstarter with Hi-Volume Air Compressor, LED Worklight & 12V DC Power Source

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  • High-power EHP 18aH sealed rechargeable battery
  • 32-inch 6-AWG industrial cables with 400 amp clamps and reversed indicator
  • High-volume air compressor inflates tires twice as fast as competing products
  • Constructed with hi-impact plastic and carbon fiber face plate
  • Super bright LED worklight lights up surroundings
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Technical Details
BrandPowerStation
Item Weight21.7 pounds
Product Dimensions12.3 x 10.5 x 9.2 inches
Item model numberPSX2
Exterior Textured
Manufacturer Part NumberPSX2
  
Additional Information
ASINB005CL1OPC
Best Sellers Rank #40,321 in Automotive (See top 100)
Shipping Weight26 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First AvailableJuly 14, 2011
  
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Product Description

Never get stranded on the road! Whether you need a jumpstarter for your vehicle, a high pressure air compressor for your tires, a charger to juice up your digital devices or some extra light on the side of the road as you perform these tasks; the new PSX-2 PowerStation does it all! The New and improved version of the highly capable original PSX easily starts dead batteries in seconds without the need for another vehicle. The PSX-2 PowerStation also easily inflates vehicle tires with its high power 160psi built-in air compressor and works as a 12-volt power source for all of today's high tech devices.

Features:
400 Amps Battery / 1000 Amps peak
Jumpstarts cars, recreational vehicles and boats
High-volume air compressor
Battery volt meter allows quick assessment of battery status
Pressure gauge displays air pressure for accurate inflation
12V DC output can charge your phone when your battery is out
Storage compartment for compressor nozzle and fittings
High-Impact Plastic with Carbon Fiber Face for added ruggedness
Plugs in directly to your household AC power
Non-skid base
On/off switch
One-Year Limited Warranty

Includes:
3 Types of Air Compressor fitting accessories
120-Volt AC cable
Two 12-Volt DC power cables


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Customer Reviews

And you can spend a lot of money on a name brand battery booster.
Recontaz
I have not had this long but I have aired up a tire and the compressor worked great.
Leonard Dean
The work light isn't very strong but it would be good for work space spot lighting.
NutellaBear

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83 of 97 people found the following review helpful By Recontaz on August 30, 2011
I just bought this unit. First off I would like to point out. Most of the users that are not satisfied with this unit should read the instructions. And you can spend a lot of money on a name brand battery booster. Most of them do not last more than a couple of years (Keep it charged and you might get 3 years). You are talking about a rechargeable battery. I am in the industry and you can pay 150 for a unit it will last the same amount of time.

This unit has a internal charger and it is a float charger, that means you can leave this unit plugged up all the time. Matter of fact if you read the instructions. It tells you to leave it plugged up all the time to keep the charge going. This will make your unit last much longer also. Never never let a rechargeable battery go dead and stay dead for a period of time. This will definitely kill the battery and it will not take a charge. It's the same method with your rechargeable batteries on a drill whether they are lithium or whatever. Never never let a battery go completely dead for a period of time.

For 69.00 dollars at Costco you can't beat that deal (this is for home use and recreational not for being used in a shop). I have purchased Schumacher battery boosters before and they last just as long a couple of years and they cost much more. If you want one for a shop, try the Solar E2500 or E5000, they cost about 130.00 to 180.00 and they will only last maybe a couple of years on the rechargeable battery, but are heavy duty for a shop or even a Clore battery booster for about 300.00 plus and that will last you about 3 to 4 years.

I have not tried the jumper yet. But like any jumper, most will not start a totally dead or defective battery.
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20 of 23 people found the following review helpful By EhBrah on July 15, 2012
First let's clear the air, this is not a commercial unit and as such is not built for banging around but will generally last almost if not as long as a commercial unit. Even commercial unit batteries eventually die and must be replaced.

Air compressor - I do not recommend using it as your primary air source. This is for emergency air or occasional use only, not to inflate your air mattresses, large items and to top off your leaky tire on a daily basis, get it repaired! I have used it to add air while on the road but it is loud and takes some time, it has a tiny air compressor inside so keep this in mind but it does work. For inflating large volume, low pressure thing go and buy a compressor made for that purpose, you'll be much happier.

Worklight - Fairly bright, easy to use switch on the front BUT since it's fixed you have to wrangle the unit around to make it useful, would have been better to have a retractable head but then people would break it and complain about it. Maybe a built in one with a gooseneck or something would be better, not a deal breaker by any means.

12V outlet - Works as it should, non issue.

Charging - No external adapter to mess with, just plug it into a utility type extension cord and you're done.

Cables - Decent quality, fairly heavy duty good clamping and easy to store. Only gripe is they could be longer but are workable and I've been able to jump my vehicles without other issues.

Jump start performance - I've had EXCELLENT experience with this unit and bring it with me whenever I go on road trips. I have used this many times and it has more than paid for itself in convenience and speed. It has started even recently dead batteries after hooking it up and waiting a few minutes.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By R. Traum on August 23, 2013
I had the same problem with the compressor switch sticking in the on position that was mentioned by eleventwelve in an earlier review. I also had to take the unit apart and disconnect the cable to the compressor in order to get it to turn off. I found a switch at Radio Shack that works perfectly to replace the defective compressor switch. It is Radio Shack part number 275-0617. Except for that switch issue the unit works fine. I have used it to jumpstart a dead car battery 3 times with no problem and the 12 volt output connector is very handy. Another good feature is the float charger that allows it to be plugged in at all times without overcharging the battery. Considering the price, it is not a bad deal.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By snigam on December 28, 2011
This is a good product and has worked, but I was able to find at Costco for $70. Go there and you can check it out in person too.
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15 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Beau Koo Jack on October 27, 2011
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I just bought this here last week and I've already used it to pump up a flat tire and jump start a dead battery. It worked flawlessly each time. I was at Costco yesterday and saw it for $79.00.
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23 of 29 people found the following review helpful By eleventwelve on June 7, 2012
I recieved the powerstation as a gift about a year and a half ago. It worked great until I went to use it a few days ago. I turned on the compressor by pressing the switch and it would not turn off. The switch got stuck in the on position. It kept running and running until I took the unit apart and pulled the wires to the switch. If someone didnt do this I dont know how long the pump would continue to run, but I view this as a safety hazard. I called the company and they told me unless it was within the 1 year warranty they couldnt do anything. I mentioned the potential safety concern and got no response other than they would replace the unit if it was still under the 1 year warranty period. I get it, but be warned the switch may not turn off one day. I can only hope to find a replacement switch at a local electronics store. I guess the manufacturer doesnt belive in feedback and / or product improvements.
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