If stranded or lost on your next adventure, Runhood has the power to get you back home
There are few things more stressful than dealing with an emergency — that feeling of helplessness when something goes wrong and you don’t know how to fix it.
Being prepared can put your mind at ease. If you have the right equipment, any problem is manageable.
When everything is going wrong, it helps to have the power of RUNHOOD modular power stations at your side. With its lightweight and portable design, RUNHOOD can go wherever you go.
Stranded on the road
It can happen to the best of us. You accidentally leave the lights on in the car. When you come back hours later, it won’t start. The battery is dead.
It’s not that big of a deal if you’re close to home. You could get a jump start from a friend or just call an auto service.
But let’s say you’re on a weekend adventure out in the wilderness. The sun is setting. You decide to finally call it a day after spending hours at your favorite hidden fishing spot on the lake.
You’ve caught your limit.
Plus, your dog is getting hungry.
When you hike back to your SUV, it’s already almost dark. You discover Sparky must have kicked your lights on as she was jumping out of the front seat.
The battery is dead. You are far enough out in the woods that your cell phone won’t work. It’s miles to the nearest town to get help.
That’s when your RUNHOOD Rallye 600 Pro packed in the back saves the day.
Its compact design measuring just over a foot deep and less than 9 inches tall and seven inches wide fits easily in the trunk or hatch of any vehicle. When loaded with two fully-charged Energy Bar 324s, it provides 648 watt hours of output power.
On the front display panel of the Host Engine, there’s an LED flashlight with two powerful settings that can easily light up your workspace as you recharge your car battery.
It comes with an easy-to-use battery charger that plugs directly into the carport DC outlet of the Rallye 600. You just connect the red clamp to the positive pole of the battery and the black clamp to the corresponding negative pole. Turn on the Rallye, then turn on the DC outlet.
The battery is now charging. In 30 to 60 minutes, the battery should be fully charged and you’ll be ready to get back on the road.
Lost on the trail
When you thirst for the thrill of exploring, you crave the road less traveled. Or even sometimes, no roads at all.
If you’re going far off the beaten trail, it’s absolutely crucial to be able to power your electronic devices.
A Rallye Nano equipped with the DC Engine turns your Energy Bar into a portable mini-power bank. It measures out to just about a foot long, three inches high, and just over two inches wide. It weighs around four pounds. So you can easily slide it into your backpack and take it along no matter where your adventure takes you.
With four USB ports included on the attachable DC Engine, you can charge several of your electronic devices all at once. Fully charged, a Nano packs 324 watt hours of portable power. That’s enough energy to fully charge an iPhone 14 Pro Max more than twenty times.
If you wind up lost, an emergency beacon or GPS unit will be useless if they don’t have a charge. With RUNHOOD, you’re never powerless no matter what you’re facing.
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