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    The Anker Roav 1000A 12800mAh Jump Starter Pro has dropped to $68.99 with the code CM689ROAV on Amazon. Without the code, the jump starter is selling for $100, and that is its regular street price. Today's price is one of the lowest we have ever seen, although we did see a deal dropping it to about $66 a couple months ago.
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    Ever been stuck on the road with a dead battery? It's not a fun experience. It's even less fun having to call roadside emergency or call a friend to come help. It's a series of unfortunate events that leaves you feeling drained and frustrated. Having one of Anker's emergency jump starters around can alleviate some of the annoyance by giving you a way to jump start your car immediately.

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    12-04-2019 01:42 PM

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