Reddit Reddit reviews Clore Automotive Jump-N-Carry JNC300XL 900 Peak Amp Jump Starter

We found 17 Reddit comments about Clore Automotive Jump-N-Carry JNC300XL 900 Peak Amp Jump Starter. Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

Automotive Replacement Batteries & Accessories
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Clore Automotive Jump-N-Carry JNC300XL 900 Peak Amp Jump Starter
900 peak amps; 225 cranking amps27" #4 AWG cables12V LED flashlightDC outlet to power 12 volt accessoriesFull size clamps to penetrate corrosionThis item cannot be returned
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17 Reddit comments about Clore Automotive Jump-N-Carry JNC300XL 900 Peak Amp Jump Starter:

u/EternalNY1 · 7 pointsr/AskReddit

I use one of these which has saved me on multiple occasions ... and is much easier than bothering with jumper cables where you need another vehicle to assist.

u/btbrian · 5 pointsr/chicago

I know it won't help you immediately, but if you're willing to "throw $20 at somebody" for a jump, just buy one of these:

$65 and it's insanely useful. I just had to use mine last week for the first time and it was super fast and easy, and it still had its charge from last winter.

u/soggysecret · 4 pointsr/240sx
u/ThellraAK · 4 pointsr/AskLEO

I drive cab and our owner changed the rule for that, I'm sure you already have way to much stuff, but these are the bomb.

u/predditr · 3 pointsr/chicago

Can't help you now, but buy one of these and keep it in your trunk and you won't have to worry about needing someone else to jump you in the future.

u/Freecandyhere · 3 pointsr/AdviceAnimals

Buy one of these so next time you can restart it yourself and not need anyone to jump your car. I love mine.

u/[deleted] · 2 pointsr/Harley

i carry the following when i am riding around out of town. basically, if it would take more than an hour or so for my wife to come grab me, I carry my tools. i also carry my kit if im out with my brothers (but then i carry it more because it is my responsibility).

Tool Roll

Tire Pressure Gauge

Tire Kit

First Aid Kit

Zip Ties

Jump start kit

all of this crap gets bundled into an old Tank Bag and strapped to my sissy bar.

u/windowpuncher · 2 pointsr/motorcycles

Sounds like you need a jumper!

u/Liger_Zero · 2 pointsr/Cartalk

If youve already had the battery changed and its still dying in that short amount of time it could be an alternator problem. A battery tender was going to be my next advice but if there is no electrical socket your SOL there.

My last bit of advice would be to have the alternator checked and possibly a system drain test. Some shops can identify if there is an electrical device that is draining the battery when the car is off. If all else fails just buy a portable jumper like this and just jump it when you get to the car everytime you need it.

u/silentstorm2008 · 1 pointr/pettyrevenge

get rid of the cables. (since it requires another car to actually help you). Instead get a jump-n-carry

u/thetinguy · 1 pointr/Fixxit

Nothing stopping you from buying a jump starter and charging the battery. It might take a while, but it's probably not that dead. i took one of these and just clamped it to the battery:

fyi i think you are fine jumping from the pig tails. i've done it before. but i don't have your bike. they only use that high current for a couple of seconds. and there's probably a fuse in there anyway.

u/Decyde · 1 pointr/funny

I carry a jump starter in my car because I don't want to ever have to fuck with jumping another car again. It's more of a hassle to position the damn cars together than anything else plus jumping cars isn't good for yours. I have had this jump starter for well over 2 years and the damn thing is great. I didn't charge it once for over 3 months and kept it in the trunk of my car in the cold weather and it jumped my friends car first go. It's well worth the $70 and I bought it because my battery was dead once and I missed a full days worth of work. Had I had this, it would have paid for itself right there.

u/l4ur · 1 pointr/mazda
  • I love clean things and I want to pickup the CX-5 branded all weather floor mats and cargo tray. Is there a better option?

    I have the Weather Tech mats and they're awesome.

  • When cleaning the inside I planned to only use a microfiber cloth and/or a slightly damp with warm water microfiber. Is there a better way?

    I keep a microfiber towel in the glove box for quick wipe downs, but every few weeks or so, I'll use Meguiar's to clean the interior.

  • Are there any accessories I might not know about that are must haves?

    I have a jump starter just in case anything went wrong! Beyond that, hmm... I'm not entirely sure. I have done some light modding to my CX-5, but nothing that are like, "OH MAN, GET THIS!"
u/Fulmario · 1 pointr/MechanicAdvice

I've seen a lot of jump packs over the years. I've disassembled many for repair and recycling. Most have never really stood out in quality to me. They're all about the same. You can spend a varying degree of money on them.

There are 3 basic sizes. A lot of brands will through 'power' numbers at you like 900 peak amps or 1500 etc etc. They are all basically made the same, and usually pretty cheaply.

It's important to know that jump packs basically assist a weak battery. The chances of it starting a stone dead car battery are limited. Many factors play a roll. Size of engine/car. Temperature (cold = car needs more power, batteries produce less power). How dead the car battery is. Jumper cables and an assisting car is the best option, but jump packs can be convenient.

Jump packs are just another battery. So they have a life too. 3-5 years on average. Older they get the less power they put out. They need maintenance too. They need to be charged after every use and need periodic charging (every couple months).

Personally, I like Quick Cable's designs. Good quality. You plug an extension cord into it to charge it. Many other brands have their own charger wall pack and these get lost (trust me).

Every company uses the same quality of internal battery in these. Cheap. There are thousands of battery manufacturers for Sealed Lead Acid batteries in China. There are thousands of brands you'll find in these jump packs (even Quick Cable). Do not expect brand A's internal battery to be a lot better than brand B. When buying a jump pack, the build quality of the casing, lights, cables is what to look at.

Once your jump pack battery dies, you can replace the internal battery. It's usually most of the cost of the jump pack.

Ones with inverters or air pumps can be handy. But these are typically cheap components. I've run into my own issues with the Quick Cable ones that had these built in.

The smallest ones like this:

Internally, these have a 12v 7 or 8 Amp Hour Sealed Lead Acid battery. Basically a bigger moped battery. If your Honda Civic cranks but can't start and it's 50°F outside, this would help you get it started. If your Honda had it's lights on for 2 days and is stone dead, forget about it. I'd avoid these. Priced from $30-70 typically. These have short cables that can be annoying to work with.

Most common size:

Internally have a 12v 17-20 Amp Hour battery. Basically a motorcycle battery. Will start most vehicles, even trucks. $50-$150 typically.

Third type, heavy duty:

I bought this for my father-in-law because I knew it was good build quality and could start about everything. With my discount it was around $130 with a battery. The battery I used was the same size as a lawn tractor. Retail probably $200-$300.

I live in Wisconsin, so my experience may vary depending on your climate. Typically, cold related battery failures are the leading cause. So a small $50 jump pack may work great in Florida for someone that left their lights in October. But January in Wisconsin is going to tell you a different tale.

Please avoid these at all costs.

Basically you're using a laptop battery to start your car.

u/faultlessjoint · 1 pointr/everymanshouldknow