With its jump-start capability and flashlight, the PowerAll Element makes for an excellent addition to any car's emergency kit, and can also recharge phones and tablets.
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The PowerAll Element combines a power bank for mobile device charging with high-amperage output for jump-starting cars.
With its 12,000mAh battery pack and 400-amp port, the PowerAll Element can jump-start just about any car and recharge smartphones and tablets, making it essential for roadside assistance.
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