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Braille No-Weight Batteries Reviews


Great battery, but make lacking proper hooks or hex-wrench

Reviewed By Joseph L (Irvine, CA) Reviewed for a 2007 Honda Fit —11/28/2011 6:24 PM

Installed this into the Honda Fit (2007). Replacement was not difficult, but the lack of Braille specific j-hooks (TireRack ships them), and lack of hex-wrench for the hex-screws (brass studs), was annoying. Braille specific mounting bracket would be nice too, but not part of this package. Also, the brass-studs are slightly conical so it prevents proper friction mounting of stock feeder contacts. Needed some loctite to make sure the screws didn't loosen up from vibration (no instructions on needed torquing), and some silicon lubricate to keep oxidation off. Cold-crank start is now effortless, and the idling is smoother than can be remembered.

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POD X5 Jump Pack Portable Jump Starter Reviews


POD X5 Jump Pack Portable Jump Starter

Reviewed By Emil C (Orland, CA) Reviewed for a 2010 Chevy Camaro —6/19/2015 10:11 PM

Very well made and easy to operate. Comes with everything you need. Very compact, stores easily in the trunk of my convertible taking up very little room. Storage case is well made. I am very happy with the product.

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ODYSSEY Batteries Reviews


Great battery, but...

Reviewed By Gregory E (Washington, DC) Reviewed for a 1991 Nissan Sentra —6/17/2015 11:16 AM

Size fit was good, it matches the OEM except for the placement of the post. The post are on the far end away from the cables which is not reachable by the negative cable without a reasonable amount of modification. Otherwise the ODYSSEY has strong response at start-up, and seems to have enough power, however, the winter months will tell the whole story.

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