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Jump-start disabled vehicles with ease using the Jump-N-Carry JNC660 12-Volt Jump Starter.

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Jump-start disabled vehicles with ease using the Jump-N-Carry JNC660 12-Volt Jump Starter. Well-suited for personal or professional use, the JNC660 is designed to provide as much starting power as possible to a discharged battery, and can be used in a variety of jump-starting environments--from home garages and campsites to auto repair shops and dealerships. A built-in AC charger makes the machine easy to recharge. The JNC660 weighs just 18 pounds and is easy to take with you.

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Features

  • 1700 peak ampere
  • Battery status indicator gauge
  • 46 inch heavy-duty #2 cables
  • DC outlet to power 12 volt accessories
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Serious Power for Tough Starting Jobs

The JNC660 delivers 1,700 peak amps and 425 cranking amps of battery-charging power to a disabled vehicle. It's equipped with the company's proprietary PROFORMER battery, which is made for maximum power density and durability, resulting in exceptional cranking power, extended cranking duration, and a long service life. Other features include heavy-duty cable leads mated to the battery's output along with industrial-grade clamps that penetrate corrosion on the vehicle's battery for a good electrical connection.

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Recharge the Jump Starter with Ease

Thanks to an AC charger built into the front of the unit, recharging the JNC660's battery is simple. Just use an extension cord to plug the JNC660 into a standard AC outlet, and the jump starter begins charging immediately. This makes it easy to keep the machine charged and in top operating condition. The onboard battery automatically stops charging when it has reached a full charge--allowing you to keep the JNC660 connected to an AC outlet indefinitely without causing any harm to the battery.

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Warranty and Repair Service Coupon

The JNC660 is backed by a one-year limited warranty. Also included is a repair service coupon from the manufacturer that allows for a fixed-cost, one-time repair of the unit after the warranty has expired--regardless of the cause of the damage.

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About Clore Automotive

Founded in 2001, but with a more-than-50-year heritage, Clore Automotive is a leader in the design, development, and manufacture of automotive service equipment for professionals and consumers. Its brands include some of the most widely recognized names in the automotive equipment aftermarket, including Booster PAC, Jump-N-Carry, SOLAR, Christie, VIPER, and T-TECH.

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • Can leave it plugged in till you need it ? Does it have a float charger ?

    Newer models have a voltage regulator so they can be left plugged in constantly, but older models didn't have that and could be damaged if left on too long, so you may get mixed messages about this. This is from the description here on Amazon: "The onboard battery automatically stops charging when it has reached a full charge--allowing you to keep the JNC660 connected to an AC outlet indefinitely without causing any harm to the battery." What I've done to insure I'm not leaving a few batteries I have "drained' but am also not leaving them plugged in 24/7 is set a timer on a charger to come on for 15 minutes a day, otherwise I "manual charge" them right after using them.

  • Other than jumping a car with a dead battery, what makes this one so much better?

    The 1700 amps and reviewers are claiming they start bigger vehicles. It sounded like the most power I could get short of some professional models (professionals use ones like this, too).

  • If there is no off on switch then how do you dissconnect after charging your battery without electrocuting yourself?

    Just like jump starting a car with another car, you simply disconnect the clamps from the battery terminal and the ground.

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