Antigravity Micro Start Power Supply Review at

Nice addition to your kit.  After my last trip many recommended I get something like this as I needed to get a jump numerous times.  This is an awesome idea to maintain your independence. I have the XP 1, hopefully will only need it to charge my phone and not jump my bike.  Part of my car kit and bike kit from now on.  😉…

Incredibly easy to use and highly efficient, the Antigravity Micro Start Power Supply is a great tool for any gear closet. Coming in a variety of sizes, powers, and prices, Antigravity has really come in on top of their game with this one and offered up a hugely beneficial accessory that can be utilized in a variety of situations. Look, we all go hard and push our electronic devices along with us, sometimes it helps to have a little mobile jolt to kickstart things back into good working order so that we can be on our way.


  1. Gary says:

    Hey Leslie! (Hugs)

    Good stuff – I have heard of another use for these amazing little power supplies – on a car with a dead alternator, or a motorcycle with a fried stator – connect the antigravity unit to your battery, and velcro-strap, bungie, or otherwise rig a way to secure the unit under your hood or motorcycle seat – in other words, leave it connected…and it will supply enough power to continue on to a repair shop or better place – even though you have a dead alternator/stator and run-down battery.

    Very cool product/technology – we have an XP-1. Yes, it will be traveling with us.

    Good post! 😉

  2. RichardM says:

    I have one of the smaller models of those as well. I tried it shortly after getting it and it works like a charm. Disconnected the battery on the BMW and started it just on the tiny battery. It has found a permanent place in my gear,

  3. Rob says:

    I have had the XP-1 for a while and yes it works great. You DO NOT want to strap it under your hood or motorcycle seat. it clearly states that in the manual. It can BURN

    • advgrrl says:

      good advise I wonder in extreme cases like Gary states would it be worth the risk?

      • Gary says:

        Leslie – perhaps have it connected and the XP unit outside of the seat – I would do this, others have done this.

      • RichardM says:

        If the charging system is non-functional, there wouldn’t be a problem leaving it connected. If the alternator is working, leaving it connected could cause a fire due to the lack of the proper charging circuitry for the Li chemistry.

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