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#11521580 - 04/04/16 04:38 PM lithium/ion jump starters
uncle_bagster Offline
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Registered: 01/12/07
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Anyone used a lithium/ion jump starter to power a 12v LED fishing light? I'm talking dock or shore fishing, so a boat battery wouldn't be an option.

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#11521822 - 04/04/16 06:29 PM Re: lithium/ion jump starters [Re: uncle_bagster]
bigdubya Offline
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Registered: 05/31/13
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Would a 12v deer feeder battery help?

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#11521903 - 04/04/16 07:06 PM Re: lithium/ion jump starters [Re: uncle_bagster]
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The li jump-starters are designed for brief high-amp loads. You're looking for deep cycle use - exactly the opposite. You say a "boat battery" isn't an option. Why not? Buy a proper deep cycle battery - but put it in a $10 battery box you move around on a $25 light-duty hand truck (the $25 kind that fold up). My $25 folding hand truck from Sam's Club is used to move around the Group 27 battery in a box I have for my pond boat, works fine, and is a lot cheaper solution.

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