PRODUCT: The Micro-Start XP-1 PPS (Personal Power
Supply) by Antigravity is the world’s smallest jump-starter
and personal power supply at only 6 by 2 7⁄ 8 by 1 inches.
The built-in Extreme Power lithium battery can hold a
charge for up to a year. The PPS has three on-board
power ports: a 19-volt for laptops, a standard output for
all 12-volt accessories, and an output for charging or
powering any 5-volt USB device. Features also include an
LED flashlight, lighted battery indicator, built-in overcharge or over-discharge protection, and an automatic
power-off when not in use.
POSITIVE: The compact, lightweight design is perfect
for carrying in a backpack on trail rides or putting in a tank
bags for those long adventure bike trips. Antigravity supplies almost all the connectors that you could possible
need to charge any type of electronic device, including
mini jumper cables. The carrying case keeps everything
together in one place so nothing gets lost. Honestly, we
were very impressed when the XP-1 started a Ford
Econoliner van with a big V8 engine without hesitation.
NEGATIVE: We had a zipper blowout on the carrying
case and had to upgrade to a beefier mode of transportation.
BOTTOM LINE: The Antigravity Micro-Start XP-1 is the
real deal; it does everything it claims to and more. The XP-
1 has jump-started Ron’s van, Mark’s boat, Tom’s side-by-side, and charged iPhones, GoPro cameras and laptops
with no issues. With a retail price of $129.99, it’s very