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Stanley Portable J5C09 1000 Peak Amp Jump Starter with Compressor - $67.82

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In the market again for Jump Pack with built in air compressor to replace my Harbor Freight ones which keep disintegrating over light use, shopping around to see what is out there and this one stood out, seemed inexpensive for a 1000A jump pack, it's actually less money with the air compressor than the model without.

Checked on CCC and sure enough this isn't the best ever price, but it's below the low average.

Note this model does not have an inverter, but it does have a USB charging port. (these features differ from the average cheapo Harbor Freight model I've been repeatedly purchasing).

https://smile.amazon.com/gp/product/B002X6VXL4/
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Created 04-27-2017 at 06:12 AM by HuskyDawg
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Hah. The compressor nozzle just popped off my older version of that.
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Hah. The compressor nozzle just popped off my older version of that.
LOL yeah maybe it's impossible to get one of these built well? I have been been toying with the thought of making my own portable self contained battery air compressor; I have enough 18650's scavenged out of decommissioned laptops to make a cell that, if it used one of these internal air compressors, the compressor would fail before I ran out of charge lol
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LOL yeah maybe it's impossible to get one of these built well? I have been been toying with the thought of making my own portable self contained battery air compressor; I have enough 18650's scavenged out of decommissioned laptops to make a cell that, if it used one of these internal air compressors, the compressor would fail before I ran out of charge lol
Right?! I figure I can probably put a new compression fit end on there. Excuse to buy new tools.

Sounds like a great idea, and with the advent of inexpensive, easily accessible charge controllers, it really might be achievable.
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Right?! I figure I can probably put a new compression fit end on there. Excuse to buy new tools.

Sounds like a great idea, and with the advent of inexpensive, easily accessible charge controllers, it really might be achieved
By the way, this seems to be the most annoying repair possible, but
https://www.amazon.com/Airpower-A...000HE6KL2/ coult get you up and running again... Maybe just hack off the old fitting and put a barb in there with some hose clamps for a longer inflater tubing length!
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Right?! I figure I can probably put a new compression fit end on there. Excuse to buy new tools.

Sounds like a great idea, and with the advent of inexpensive, easily accessible charge controllers, it really might be achievable.
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Even easier! https://www.amazon.com/Sunlite-Un...00629RMZE/
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Right?! I figure I can probably put a new compression fit end on there. Excuse to buy new tools.

Sounds like a great idea, and with the advent of inexpensive, easily accessible charge controllers, it really might be achievable.
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How well do these hold a charge over time? I bought Schumacher XP2260 3 years ago & it already will no longer hold a charge. I let it charge for 72 hours last weekend & when I uplugged it the display said there was only 62% battery life left. By the next day it was down to 15% and I didn't use it all. It's frustrating because for $100 I feel it should have lasted much longer than 3 years.
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