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Jump your engine up to 8 cylinders
Never be caught with a dead battery! Stand-alone jump-starter restarts engines up to 8 cylinders with no "host" vehicle needed. Its internal rechargeable 9Ah battery delivers up to 750 peak amps of power.
Charge smartphones, tablets and more with a built-in 2.1 Amp USB port, keeping your critical communications up and running.
The Jump-Starter also features a tough weather-resistant housing with 12V auxiliary DC port, copper-clad 8 AWG jumper cables, LED battery fuel gauge, and a bright LED work light.
Replacement AC to CLA charging cable for this jump-starter can be purchased here.
This product can expose you to chemicals including Diisononyl Phthalate(DINP), which is known to the State of California to cause cancer, and Bisphenol A (BPA), which is known to the State of California to cause birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.
Jump Starter 750
This product is practical and quite useful. I certainly recommend its purchase.
Works as expected
Works as expected
Borrow my neighbors and could not believe the results. Car started immediately. I went out and bought one that day.
My motorhome, Chevy 454 equipped, was left on with complete battery drain for 3 weeks and was as dead as dead. I hooked this booster up and was skeptical but the 454 started in a couple of turns. It is still holding a charge and I take it with me everywhere. I’ve owned it for 4 years now. Just don’t pile stuff on it in your car trunk cause the light switch will click on and kill the battery.
The gauge is only accurate when the compressor is off.
Yes. You will not overcharge the battery.
The lights are not designed to change color. The first light shows 0-25% charged; 2nd light shows 26-50% charged; 3rd light shows 51-75% charge; 4th light flashing 76-99% charged; 4th light solid 100% charged.
You should charge your Jump Starter after each use or every three months to keep the battery healthy.
It powers the USB ports
No, you would need to use a battery charger/maintainer to charge a battery. You can jump start your vehicle with a jump starter, then drive the vehicle to charge the battery.
You can run the flashlight for approximately 100 hours if the battery has a full charge and full capacity.
The lights are not designed to change color. Each light represents 25% of the internal battery. When the first light is solid, that means the unit is 25% charged. When the second light is no longer flashing, the unit is charged at 50%. When the third light is no longer flashing the unit is charged at 75% and when the final light is no longer flashing, the unit is fully charged.