- The Auto Jumper recharges your car, truck or SUV's low battery without having to pop the hood
- Plugs into your vehicle's 12-volt outlet (the cigarette lighter), and transfers its stored power into your battery
- 10 minutes is all it takes for the Auto Jumper to breathe new life into your battery
- The Auto Jumper has a powerful, rechargeable Nickel-Cadmium core
- Easily recharge your Auto Charger by leaving it plugged into the cigarette lighter outlet, or use the wall-socket adaptor to charge at home
- LED light lets you know the charging status of your Auto Jumper
- Plug in the Auto Jumper when you change your battery so you don't lose your radio, clock or onboard-computer's presets
- Your new Auto Jumper is not affected by extreme heat or excessive cold
- The Auto Jumper only weighs 3lbs, and its dimensions, 2.5" x 7.5" x 1 7/8", allow you to store it away in your glove box
We've all been there. You leave your headlights on while you spend the afternoon shopping for the perfect pair of socks at the Mega Mall, and your car doesn't have the juice to start. With the Auto Jumper packed away in your vehicle, you'll never find yourself stranded again.
The Auto Jumper recharges your vehicle's low battery while you rest comfortably in the driver's seat. Simply plug the Auto Jumper into your cigarette lighter, let it sit for 10 minutes and you're ready to get back on the road.
The Auto Jumper's gut is full of powerful Nickel-Cadmium battery-cells, making it fully rechargeable. Just keep your Auto Jumper plugged in after your vehicle starts, and your emergency cache of energy replenishes itself. The Auto Charger's LED lights lets you know the charging status.
And the next time you replace your car, truck or SUV's battery, plug in the Auto Jumper to keep your radio, clock and onboard computer's settings intact.
Self Charge Auto Jumper Customer Reviews
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Reviewed by Stanley B (INDIANAPOLIS, IN) Reviewed for a 2002 Ford Thunderbird — Oct 08, 2015 5:54 AM
Charged up in the house and leave in car. Always Ready "Toujours Pret"
Reviewed by William H (Fayetteville, NC) Reviewed for a 1985 Pontiac Firebird — Jun 19, 2015 12:04 PM
So I plug this thing in my cars lighter socket let it do it's thing for maybe an hour. Not knowing how dead the battery was. Get into the car, turn the key and nothing. Tried it twice. Still nothing. So I get my mothers car, hook up the jumper cables and she starts immediately. I have to be nuts to have gone to all the trouble with this thing which I would rate as about worthless.
Reviewed by James T (BIRMINGHAM, AL) Reviewed for a 2013 Ford F-150 — Feb 21, 2015 5:39 PM
The unit is compact and works as stated... however read THE INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY...they are not "clear" as you read through about disconnecting the device before starting your car. They mention it once but not again as the instructions continue....
Reviewed by Adam J (LEXINGTON, TN) Reviewed for a 2003 Dodge Ram — Feb 14, 2015 10:03 AM
Truck battery was dead (not completely dead but it would not crank) and plugged this bad boy in for an hour while we went to eat, came back and boom! Fired up, just barely! It had just enough juice to get it going! I don't believe it would have worked had my battery been completely completely dead! Got my money's worth tho and will always keep this with me!
Reviewed by Cleat G (LEWISVILLE, TX) Reviewed for a 1999 Mercedes-Benz SL-Class — May 06, 2014 6:36 AM
One of our cars is used infrequently, the battery goes dead. Try getting the trunk open to charge the battery when it's locked, there is no key and the remote fails because the battery is dead. No problem to get in the car. Have bought numerous 'devices' to open the trunk. None worked except the Self Charge Auto Jumper. Best buy ever.
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