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Clore Automotive Jump-N-Carry JNC770B 1700 Peak Amp Premium 12 Volt Jump Starter - Blue w/Cover $103.99 @ Amazon

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Amazon [amazon.com] has the Clore Automotive Jump-N-Carry JNC770B 1700 Peak Amp Premium 12 Volt Jump Starter - Blue w/Cover on sale for $103.99.
  • 1,700 Peak Amps; 425 Cranking Amps
  • 22Ah Clore PROformer battery technology is designed to provide extremely high power output, extended cranking power and a long service life
  • Reach starting points with extra long 68" #2 AWG welding cables with industrial grade PowerJaw clamps
  • Master ON/OFF switch with digital display shows state of internal battery
  • Includes Protective Cover (model JNCCVRXL) and Charging Cable

The lowest price according to 3Camel and this has rarely gone on sale. Amazing product and highly rated by automotive professionals.

The Clore Automotive Jump-N-Carry JNCAIR 1700 Peak Amp Jump Starter with Air Compressor [amazon.com] is also on sale for $151.76 (Thanks StrawMan86)

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Thanks OP; when my car needed to be jumped last winter, the guy from the auto shop used this exact model (JNC770B) and I made a note of it.

This model [amazon.com] (Clore Automotive Jump-N-Carry JNCAIR 1700 Peak Amp Jump Starter with Air Compressor) is also on sale, for $151.76; reviews say the tire pressure nozzle has to be screwed onto the tire valve, but a couple people mention adding a tire chuck fixes this issue.
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It is my opinion that Clore Automotive makes some of THE BEST jumpers on the market. Almost every towing company, including AAA, uses these and they are incredibly reliable despite most owners failing to follow the periodic recharging schedule. I've had my eye on this digital model for a while and it includes the cover.

The smaller alternatives are not in this class, but size and convenience makes them attractive for most people.
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It is my opinion that Clore Automotive makes some of THE BEST jumpers on the market. Almost every towing company, including AAA, uses these and they are incredibly reliable despite most owners failing to follow the periodic recharging schedule. I've had my eye on this digital model for a while and it includes the cover.

The smaller alternatives are not in this class, but size and convenience makes them attractive for most people.
Agreed. I had one of these as an emergency jumper for my boat a few years back. When I sold the boat I put my Jump-N-Carry on Craigslist and the guy that bought it was the owner of a local towing company. He said it's the only brand of jumper that they throw on all their trucks.
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Yep AAA uses these, you know money is not much of a concern on the tool when they are paying a driver a good wage and he's in a 100K tow truck. Tool fails once and it's cost them far more than the purchase price.
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99% of dealers use this. My dealership had 4 and we always bring one to the auctions when we pickup cars. And the auction places use this too.
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Good deal but this is over kill unless you need to jump cars a lot like you're a tow truck driver or work in a auto shop. I got one of those gooloo portable battery packs for ~$35 and I have never had issues. Had to jump my sedan 3 times last winter because of a dying battery. Just make sure the cranking amps is enough for your car/truck/tank.
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Any idea how big of an engine it can jump? It just says 'all passenger cars and some light commercial'. I would buy it to jump a gmc van with a 4.8. Specs sheet and manual list the cranking amps but unlike the lithium jumper packs doesn't specifiy engine size.
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clore is a good brand. I have a smaller one that I purchased back in 2011 and it still works.
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I use the 770 in the shop. It's a great jumper.
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Can the SLA battery inside it be replaced yourself? Or do you have to send it in?
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Can the SLA battery inside it be replaced yourself? Or do you have to send it in?
From the manual:


Q. Can the Jump-N-Carry battery be replaced?

A. Yes, call Technical Service at (913) 310-1050 (U.S.)
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ok according to the internet a 4.8l is 292cubic inches and they say you want 1CCA per Inch. this provides 425 so it should work on my 4.8L V8 van.
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770 or the one with air? Or shall I take them as separate tools? 770 and standalone air compressor
Almost $50 premium for air sounds inflated 😀
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770 or the one with air? Or shall I take them as separate tools? 770 and standalone air compressor
Almost $50 premium for air sounds inflated 😀
The info say it'll fill a 15" tire in under 7 minutes, that's convenient for an all-in-one device. However, I prefer a dedicated air compressor for the cost difference since cargo space isn't an issue.
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