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Gear Scout: Antigravity Batteries XP-1 PPS

The concept of a pocket-sized jump starter sounded too good to be true, but that’s exactly what I was introduced to on a recent trip when our LR3’s battery died from too much accessory charging. Powered by a lithium polymer battery, the little 6 x 2.8 x 1 inch Personal Power Supply weighs in at a mere 14 ounces, provides power for charging devices, and can handle the power needed for multiple jump starts. Built into the main unit is a 200-amp (400-amp surge) jump start port, standard 12-volt port for charging accessories, 19-volt port for charging most laptops, and a 5-volt USB port capable of charging a hungry iPad. For convenience, a flashlight is also built-in, as well as a lighted battery capacity indicator. Included with the PPS is a multitude of adapters for various devices, a 120VAC home charger, a 12-volt car charger, and a carry case to keep everything organized.

The XP-1 PPS retails for $160. Find this and other fine adventure accessories at Dirty Parts.

About the Author

Chazz Layne is an adventurer, designer, and photographer based in Prescott, Arizona. Since early childhood he’s had a passion for travel and exploration, a passion which continues to fuel both his creativity and modern nomadic lifestyle. In addition to his work in design and photography, Chazz is a regular contributor to Expedition Portal and Overland Journal. You can connect with Chazz or learn more about his activities at chazzlayne.com.


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I’m a designer, photographer, author, and adventurist. I’m the lead creative at Layne Studio. I shoot photos for clients in the adventure, automotive, and outdoor industries. I write articles for travel and adventure publications. I make stuff in the Layne Workshop. I’m based out of Prescott, Arizona, but I prefer wanderlust over the comforts of home.