NOCO 4000-Amp Ultrasafe Lithium Booster Pack : GB150

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NOCO Ultrasafe Lithium Jump Starter | 4000 Amp

The GB20 from NOCO contains a Lithium battery, rated at 400 Amps.

The GB150 is a portable lithium-ion battery jump starter pack that delivers 4,000-amps (22,500 J3S) for jump starting a dead battery in seconds. It features a patented safety technology that provides spark-proof connections and reverse polarity protection making safe and easy for anyone to use. It's a powerful battery booster that doubles as a portable power source for recharging USB devices, like a smart-phone, tablet and more, or powering 12-volt devices, like an air pump, power inverter and much more. Designed for a car, boat, RV, truck and more with both gas and diesel engines up to 10 liters and more.


  • Lithium Battery Jump Starter : 4000 Amp Rating
  • Spark-Proof connections.
  • Reverse Polarity Protection.
  • Recharges USB devices (Smart-Phones, Tablets, etc.)
  • 500 lumen LED Flashlight with multiple modes (Includes S.O.S.)
  • Jump starts gas engines up to 10 liters and more!
  • Provides up to 80 jump-starts on a single charge.

Manufacturer Profile :
The NOCO Company
is a leading manufacturer of battery technology solutions for many businesses and government agencies around the world. NOCO is best known for creating NCP-2 for preventing battery corrosion on lead-acid batteries. For over 96 years, the NOCO brand name has been reliability and dependability. Our relentless pursuit for quality excellence is what separates NOCO from competitive brands. The Noco Company is a specialist in battery products and accessories industry. Noco products include: battery corrosion preventatives, battery cleaners, battery boxes, battery chargers, solar battery chargers, battery terminals, booster cables, battery cables and many more products.

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