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Walmart Stores: Stanley J309 600-Amp Jump Starter w/ USB & 12V Ports

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Walmart Stores has Stanley J309 600-Amp Jump Starter w/ USB & 12V Ports on sale at $30 and valid for in-store purchase only at Select Locations. Thanks Blue_00

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  • This Stanley Jump Starter delivers 300 amps of current to a 12-volt battery. This also features a USB port for recharging mobile devices such as tablets and smartphones and a 12V port for adapters and other electronics and appliances plus a rotating LED to illuminate surroundings,. This unit works well in extreme winter conditions, and it prevents any choking of the battery. 
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Stanley J309 Jump Starter 600 Amp Peak w/ Light & USB $30 (In Store)
https://www.walmart.com/ip/Stanle...s/14560015

Stanley 'FatMax' 700-Amp Peak Jump Starter with Compressor $40 + Free Shipping
https://www.walmart.com/ip/Stanle...S/38243753
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I've had a portable jumper (not this particular model, one of those even smaller ones that look like a phone charger) in my car and it has saved me and other stranded individuals a handful of times. I drive a sedan, but I've jumped SUVs with no issues. Never tried a truck though! The LI batteries hold their charge pretty well and I just top mine off every few months. They were definitely less than $150, but then again I'm not jumping heavy duty vehicles.
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Got one of these for Xmas last year. Worked reasonably well for a month or two but then even at full charge wouldn't start a depleated batt. I'm not talking 10 year old dead batt, im talking left dome light on dead batt. It's bad because this is the type of product you need in an emergency sometimes so I'd avoid this. Ive heard the 1000 watt is much better but can't confirm.
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If you can hold out, I was able to pick up the 750amp version last year when it dropped to $15.
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found some for $25 with out compressor
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We had one with higher AMPs...terrible!
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Just used it yesterday to jump start, worked like a charm
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If you can hold out, I was able to pick up the 750amp version last year when it dropped to $15.
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What is the overlap in situations where your vehicle battery is dead, you're not at home, and the battery in this is not dead?
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What is the overlap in situations where your vehicle battery is dead, you're not at home, and the battery in this is not dead?
Bingo.
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The 700 AMP model is the same price on Amazon. Reviews are kinda crappy tho.

https://www.amazon.com/STANLEY-FA...op?ie=UTF8
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Got one of these for Xmas last year. Worked reasonably well for a month or two but then even at full charge wouldn't start a depleated batt. I'm not talking 10 year old dead batt, im talking left dome light on dead batt. It's bad because this is the type of product you need in an emergency sometimes so I'd avoid this. Ive heard the 1000 watt is much better but can't confirm.
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I used to run a tow truck for AAA. If you don't spend at least $150 on a jump pack, you might as well save your money and just buy AAA for the year. These cheap jump packs just don't have the cranking amps to start even a small Toyota let alone a big suv or truck.
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We had one with higher AMPs...terrible!
I agree. The one time I needed it, I pulled it off the charger and the 750 amp version couldn't start my 6 cyl g37, jumped it and started immediately. I only use the compressor... maybe for a compact car...
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What is the overlap in situations where your vehicle battery is dead, you're not at home, and the battery in this is not dead?
I have the 8000mA small Stanley jump pack, about the size of two packs of cigarettes for this purpose, holds a charge for 6-8 months and is good for a couple jumps before requiring a recharge. Picked up for $30 at wally world
https://www.walmart.com/ip/Stanle.../440765467
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I used to run a tow truck for AAA. If you don't spend at least $150 on a jump pack, you might as well save your money and just buy AAA for the year. These cheap jump packs just don't have the cranking amps to start even a small Toyota let alone a big suv or truck.
I've had a portable jumper (not this particular model, one of those even smaller ones that look like a phone charger) in my car and it has saved me and other stranded individuals a handful of times. I drive a sedan, but I've jumped SUVs with no issues. Never tried a truck though! The LI batteries hold their charge pretty well and I just top mine off every few months. They were definitely less than $150, but then again I'm not jumping heavy duty vehicles.
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