|By Marketwired .||
|June 19, 2014 07:00 AM EDT||
CHICAGO, IL -- (Marketwired) -- 06/19/14 -- Cobra Electronics Corporation (NASDAQ: COBR), a leading designer and marketer of award-winning automotive, mobile, outdoor and consumer electronics, today announced the general availability of the Cobra JumPack, a unique, ultra-compact and portable powerpack in pocket-sized dimensions. Slightly larger than a deck of cards and weighing only ten ounces, the Cobra JumPack allows users to rapidly charge smartphones, tablets, cameras or other mobile devices and additionally has enough power to even jumpstart a car, motorcycle, boat or other vehicle.
This portable jump starter and mobile charger offers users the reliability and convenience to charge devices multiple times and is the ideal companion for travel, emergencies or multipurpose use. The Cobra JumPack features a powerful 200A starting current, 400A peak current, 2.1 Amp USB output and a powerful 7500 mAh Li-Cobalt Battery with an LED battery status indicator. The unit also comes with a built-in LED flashlight with a strobe and S.O.S function for emergencies, and includes jumper cables and two different charging methods; a wall charger for home and a 12V car CLP charger to charge your battery pack on the go.
"Through ingenious design and engineering, Cobra took the traditional powerpack device and completely redesigned it, confining a powerpack to just a few square inches," said Sally Washlow, president of Cobra Electronics. "Cobra boosted the JumPack with features to include an LED flashlight and dual functionality to charge mobile devices and even jumpstart a car in emergencies. Now consumers can rely on a product that will keep them powered up at anyplace, anytime."
About Cobra Electronics:
Cobra Electronics is a leading global designer and marketer of communication and navigation products, with a track record of delivering innovative and award-winning products. Building upon its leadership position in the GMRS/FRS two-way radio, radar detector and Citizens Band radio industries, Cobra identified new growth opportunities and has aggressively expanded into the marine market and has expanded its European operations. The Consumer Electronics Association, Forbes and Deloitte & Touche have all recognized Cobra for the company's innovation and industry leadership. To learn more about Cobra Electronics, please visit the Cobra site at www.cobra.com. Follow Cobra on Twitter at www.twitter.com/CobraElectronic and Like Us at www.facebook.com/CobraElectronics.
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