PowerAll Element

At 6 inches long and 3 inches wide, the PowerAll Element can easily be stored in a car. Its 12,000mAh lithium ion battery can recharge your phone or jump start your car.

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PowerAll Element

The PowerAll Element ships in this big plastic case, and retails for around $150 online.

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PowerAll Element

The case holds adapters for device charging and jump-starting cars.

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Two USB ports in one end let you charge two devices at once.

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PowerAll includes a convenient adapter cable with iOS and Micro-USB plugs.

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PowerAll Element

The battery clamp adapter plugs into a special 400-amp port.

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PowerAll Element

An LED flashlight mounted on one end can be very useful in an emergency.

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The battery level indicator shows when you need to recharge the PowerAll Element.

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