The powerstation go from mophie can jumpstart your car and wirelessly charge your iPhone

Have you ever thought to yourself, I wish my external battery pack could jumpstart my car? Well, your wish has come true.

Enter the powerstation go from popular accessory maker mophie. The company has made a name for itself for building powerful external battery packs, and now the company has made one that can not only charge your smartphone, but also jumpstart your car. And hey, if that’s not enough it also has a built-in flashlight!

The next generation of mophie powerstation takes our universal solution that everyone knows and loves and makes it even more powerful with the ability to jump start cars. The powerstation go provides a quick and safe way for consumers to get back on the road in no time,” said Charlie Quong, vice president of product, power at ZAGG Brands. “As a leader in portable power, we’re excited to offer customers a reliable solution for all their charging needs while on the road.”

The powerstation go offers easy-to-read indicator lights, built-in, automated safety checks, and spark-proof cables. Perhaps best of all, the accessory is small and compact, able to fit into a glove compartment or a bag. The powerstation go has a 44,400mWh battery and it comes with mini jumper cables, which can jumpstart a full-size car or SUV.

It has two USB-A ports (sadly no USB-C), and it can wirelessly charge your iPhone.

Here are some additional features:

  • Wireless charging surface charges any Qi-enabled device with up to 5W of power
  • Dual 2.4A USB-A ports safely charge two devices at once
  • 115V AC output port charges laptops and other devices with up to 65W of power
  • LED Flashlight

And here’s a video from the Home Shopping Network showing off the external battery pack:

The mophie powerstation go is available now from HSN, and it will go live on mophie’s website on Thursday, January 9. It’s available in Black, Camo, Gold, and Rose Gold color options. It retails for $169.99, but HSN is hosting a deal at the time of publication that drops the price to just $109.99.

So who’s picking one up?