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Energizer 12-Volt 400 CA Emergency Jump Start Back Up System

Discontinued Energizer

12-Volt 400 CA Emergency Jump Start Back Up System

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Product Overview

Designed for convenient power on the road, Energizer's 400 12-Volt Emergency Battery Jumpstarter reliably powers up drained or dead automotive batteries. Powered by a 12 Amp-hour battery capable of putting out 400 CA, it is designed to quickly and safely deliver battery jump-starting power and unmetered DC current suitable for most any appliance or gadgets. Energizer provides peace of mind with power you can count on for on the go emergency power back-up.

  • Large sealed lead-acid battery providing 400 cranking amps
  • Rugged polypropylene case
  • Low center-of-gravity for stability during use
  • 4-gauge copper cables, 24 in. reach
  • Heavy-duty, 400A metal battery clamps
  • Large, comfortable handle
  • Reverse-polarity audio alarm
  • Internal battery charge-state indicator
  • Internal battery charging indicator
  • Convenient inverter docking feature for optional Energizer 200w inverter sold separately
  • Recommend top charge every three months or after each use




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12-Volt 400 CA Emergency Jump Start Back Up System is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Energizer 400 CA Emergency Jump Start Back Up System The Jump Starter arrived in good condition and is holding a charge. I like the design and the weight. It has a good ergonomic handle. I haven't needed to use it yet but I like the peace of mind it gives. I marked it down one star because even after 24-hours of initial charging, the "fully charged" light did not come on. I checked the voltage and it is fully charged. The failure of the battery's built-in notification system could lead to over charging. Plan on having a independent way of checking battery charge.
Date published: 2013-06-18
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