We always want you to stay powered (with Weego, of course) but it’s good to stay educated too. Learning portable power basics is important, but can be overwhelming with all the fancy jargon people use. Check out the Weego Blog to learn more about all sorts of interesting stuff from our in-house nerd, Julianna.
Winter is a dangerous time of year for traveling, and checking in on the weather becomes an important habit before venturing outside. Knowing what the hell these people are talking about can get confusing in the jargon, so we highlighted some of the most important winter weather terms to know.
After the holidays we suddenly find ourselves in the middle of winter, where temperatures drop to their ultimate lows and road conditions frequently become questionable at best. While you're on the road and exposing yourself to certain cold-weather risks, there are a few compelling reasons to equip your car (and that of your loved ones!) with a Weego Jump Starter.
With winter officially here it’s a good time to make a winter prep kit for cold and icy conditions. We have provided a list of items to stock in your car in case you get stuck or stranded.
It’s no coincidence your car battery seems to struggle more during the winter months - cold has a significant effect on a battery’s ability to generate power. To understand why, you first should know the very basics of how a battery works.
The jump packs of the past have always utilized lead-acid batteries, but the jump packs of the future are turning to lithium-ion batteries for their ability to deliver the same amount of power in a much smaller and lighter product. Here are some of the ways these two different batteries stack up to one another.
There’s a lot of confusion regarding jump starter specifications and what kind of power they are capable of delivering. Different batteries have different standards - you can’t take the parameters for a lead-acid battery and apply them to a lithium-ion for an apples-to-apples comparison.