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NOCO Genius Boost HD GB70 Jump Starter ~ Review

Published on March 16, 2016 under Video

NOCO GB70Today we are going to be check out the NOCO GB70 Genius Booster. This is a small booster pack to help jump start cars. I have used several jump packs to jump start cars. This is quite a bit different than a standard jump box. It can also do more than a plan jump box will do. How does this one measure up? Will it actually jump start a car? Should you spend your hard earned money on this jump start pack? You will have to watch to find out.

Join me as we review the NOCO GB70

  • Buy the Noco GB70 on Amazon
  • What’s included with the GB70
  • Specs for the GB70
  • LED light
  • Things I like about the GB70
  • Things I don’t like about the GB70
  • Is this for the average consumer?
  • Do I like this as a technician?
  • and more


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6 Comments

    1. Jim Hayes

      Ive had one for two years,only used 4 times.Yesterday my battery was low so I hooked it up and hit the key,Bam,the case exploded.I don’t think this is a very safe product.

  1. Crankamps

    Did you find an answer to this question? I would like to know the answer, too. – about how long to leave the NOCO on. The one I saw worked after the user applied itfor only a few seconds.

    1. Kevin

      Leave it on for a few seconds and if it does not start right away leave it for 30 seconds and try again. It sometimes seems to need to charge the vehicle battery. I had the gb40 and it no longer works. Have had the gb70 for about 4 months and it occasionally flashes the white light and the lowest battery light and I have to override. Don’t know what that’s about, and for the price it better not fail like the other one. I may have killed the other one by leaving it in the vehicle in -30°C weather. I take it inside now when below -20°C outside.

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