Topic: Can I bring this on my flight?
Domestic flights within the US:
Check with FAA and TSA on the most up-to-date information on lithium battery regulations for domestic travel within the US.
As of January 2, 2018, this device can be brought on airlines in your carry-on bag if you are only using it as a power bank (not including the jumper cables) as the lithium battery inside is less than 100 watt hours (Wh). Do not place the device (power bank jump starter) in your checked bags as it contains lithium batteries. If you would like to take the jumper cables with you on your flight, we believe the best option is to leave the jumper cables in your checked luggage and take the main power bank device in your carry-on luggage.
Check with the departing country's aviation regulation site or contact your airline to check their regulations on lithium batteries and/or power banks.
Regulations and limits may change at any time. Please check with your airline before any travel to verify this product can be brought on your flight and instructions on how to bring onto your flight.
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