A dead battery or flat tire can absolutely hamper a day on the trails with your ATV or UTV. But if you have the right tools on hand, it doesn’t have to.
We have teamed up with Antigravity Batteries for a giveaway that will get your rig ready for action again in a hurry. This awesome prize pack includes an Antigravity Lithium RE-START Powersports Battery–the first ever with built-in jump starting, plus a MICRO-START XP-1 Jump Starter/Personal Power Supply, and mini Tire Inflator kit. For your chance to win, please click here. The contest ends on July 22, so don’t delay.
As we mentioned above, Antigravity is unique in the powersports market with its RE-START line of batteries. The way the RE-START technology works is quite brilliant. A RE-START battery intelligently monitors its status, and just before going completely dead puts itself to sleep with just enough energy to get your vehicle started again. All you have to do is press the RE-START button on the battery, start your ATV or UTV and drive away. It’s as easy as that!
The MICRO-START XP-1 Jump Starter/Personal Power Supply is extremely lightweight and compact, allowing you to take it pretty much anywhere. It is powerful enough to jump-start everything from your ATV to your truck with a 6L V8 engine. It has intelligent jump-start clamps with multiple safety protections built-in that prevent reverse polarity connection, over-charge, over-discharge, and more. This device can also be used to charge a variety of electronic devices.
The ADV Tire Inflator Plus completes the package. This portable tire inflator can be paired with the MICRO-START XP-1’s 12V port so you can add air to your tires anywhere. It comes with a pressure gauge built-in and features an integrated LED light. It measures just 3.5 x 1.5 x 4.25 inches (LxWxH) and weighs only a pound.
The contest is open to USA residents only. For the official rules, restrictions, and other legalese, please click: ATV.com- Antigravity Batteries – Rules and Regulations.
Now go on and enter for your chance to win before it’s too late.