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DieHard Gold Portable Power 950 Charger - $80 + $12 in SYW Rewards

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Sears coupons are customized, but if you have a Shop Your Way account, you should have a $15 off $75 this month. I got the price down to $65 with that. It's usually doesn't fall below $100.

If you don't use a coupon, you still get $12 in Shop Your Way points.

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This is a good deal for those looking for something like this. I would rather buy a portable jump starter for $50, small size, easy to store, doesnt take a lot of space in the car, a lot easier to carry anwhere you go.
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Wtf does "Runs on Air Compressor" mean? At first i thought it used compressed air to function. No way that makes any sense.
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Wtf does "Runs on Air Compressor" mean?
Probably means it has one built in. Sears can't afford proofreaders any more.
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Can this jumpstart a bus?
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Is the amount of corrosion on that battery bothering anyone else? I guess that's just how the do it in Illinois.

As for the product itself, I would pass. All the extra features (compressor, 12v plugs, USB port) means they cut corners. They claim it's a 950A jump pack but, if you read the specs it's only got 200 cold cranking amps which isn't going to cut it for most mid to large sized vehicles if the battery is completely dead. Most of the positive reviews seem to be from people who haven't used it or only used it for stuff like lawn mowers. The negative reviews from actual users say that it craps out relatively quickly. This has been my experience with similar jump boxes. They're heavy, don't have a lot of power (it's essentially a motor cycle battery) and don't last. Assuming you plan to use this for your daily driver, you would be much better off investing in a good set of jumper cables (heavy gauge solid copper) that will last you a lifetime (if not abused) and keeping your cell phone battery charged to call for a jump.
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Is the amount of corrosion on that battery bothering anyone else? I guess that's just how the do it in Illinois.

As for the product itself, I would pass. All the extra features (compressor, 12v plugs, USB port) means they cut corners. They claim it's a 950A jump pack but, if you read the specs it's only got 200 cold cranking amps which isn't going to cut it for most mid to large sized vehicles if the battery is completely dead. Most of the positive reviews seem to be from people who haven't used it or only used it for stuff like lawn mowers. The negative reviews from actual users say that it craps out relatively quickly. This has been my experience with similar jump boxes. They're heavy, don't have a lot of power (it's essentially a motor cycle battery) and don't last. Assuming you plan to use this for your daily driver, you would be much better off investing in a good set of jumper cables (heavy gauge solid copper) that will last you a lifetime (if not abused) and keeping your cell phone battery charged to call for a jump.
Thanks for your insight appreciate it
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I have something similar I bought at Costco a few years ago from a different company. It's an absolute life saver. http://costcocouple.com/powerstat...mpstarter/. I've used mine more than 50 times and it's never let me down. Bestv$75 I ever spent.
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