Ctek releases world's first fully portable car battery charger and maintainer

This is taking a huge step forward in battery tech!

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The CS FREE by Ctek is the world’s first fully portable battery charger and conditioner with Adaptive Boost to get your flat battery going quickly and safely without the need for mains power.

In other words, this is a 12V power bank for your vehicle that works with both lead-acid and lithium (12V LiFePO4) batteries. On top of that, it will keep things like phones, laptops & cameras topped up too.

Its 'Adaptive Boost' system works by analysing the car's battery health, then works out the safest and quickest way to charge it up. And when it comes to juicing up, it takes just one hour via USB C and you’ve got a 12V power bank that will stay fully charged until you need it – for up to a year.

The CS FREE will be available to purchase from 4th March.

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Comments (16)

  • Hmmm, yeah not sure which parts makes it unique. Ive bought a few jump starters, one connects to the 12v socket too. Perhaps it’s the fact it can do lithium ion and lead acid, but I think the titles a bit misleading suggesting it’s a revolutionary world first.

      26 days ago
    • From what I understand, this is a charger/mantainer and NOT a jump starter - it is meant for charging the battery when low or to maintain the battery when the vehicle is not being used for a long time. And this IS the first portable...

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        26 days ago
    • Can't really think of sth this fixes. What do you need a mobile maintainer for? Especially one that small

        25 days ago
  • Check out noco

      24 days ago
  • I though it was something to charge your Tesla when batteries are empty :)

      25 days ago
  • That is a really cool piece of tech, I've seen some stuff similar recently

      25 days ago
  • I'm also not sure that this is the first of its kind. I've seen similar things on sale in Australia. However, I'm a long-term user of a Ctek battery conditioner and I can see why the luxury brands offer them as options on their cars. What I'd like to know is, how long does it take to charge the CS FREE itself?

      25 days ago