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RG1000 Jump Starter User Manual

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RG1000Manual EN

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Can I bring it on a flight with me?

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Yes. Most airlines allow devices with batteries up 100-160 Watt Hour capacity to be brought on flights in carry-on baggage. The Watt hour rating of our RG1000 is 38.9, so well within the allowable limits. As rules do change however, we recommend you read the requirements for the airline you are flying with before attempting to board.

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Can I bring it on a flight with me?

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Yes. Most airlines allow devices with batteries up 100-160 Watt Hour capacity to be brought on flights in carry-on baggage. The Watt hour rating of our RG1000 is 38.9Wh, so well within the allowable limits. As rules do change however, we recommend you read the requirements for the airline you are flying with before attempting to board. Air Canada’s rules can be found at: http://www.aircanada.com/en/travelinfo/airport/baggage/security.html#0

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How many mAh is it?

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We rate the capacity in Wh as it takes out the variable of voltage. The RG1000 is rated at 39Wh 60c discharge. This is calculated using 10,500mah @ 3.7V. The reason Wh is a more accurate measure of capacity is that there are many products on the market with an inflated mAh rating. They achieve this inflated rating by using a lower voltage than actual. We use high discharge rate Grade A lithium cells in all of our jump starters.

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Will this really boost my vehicle?

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People are skeptical when they first see the physical size of the RUGGED GEEK jump starters and how small they really are. Then when it is used to start their vehicle, they are a believer and they want to know where to buy one. The RG1000will start up to a 7.0L Gas engine and up to a 3.5L Diesel engine, however, we always get stories of people starting even more powerful vehicles.

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