When I received the product, I was surprised to see how small and light it was. It's hard to believe that such a small piece of device can help me to prevent calling Roadside Assistance from AAA or such, make calls to request service, wait for them to arrive, watch them use their heavy looking batteries and finally get my car started.
IMPRESSION- The material,
although plastic seems to be a good quality. Again, a surprise when
comparing with a car battery. What I like most is that the instruction
card is simple enough to get started quickly. If I was stressed and
stuck out in the cold, the last thing I need is lengthy documentation.
This illustrated quick start card was great but my favorite part of all
was how simple and fail safe the whole process was to jump start a car.
The jump starter will even flash red and green to show you that it's
ready to do it's work. In a nutshell, you connect the 2 clamps to their
proper places on the car battery, you start your car within 30 seconds,
then remove the clamps.
I've never jump started a car and am not an expert, but with this simplicity, I would be comfortable to do so.
also tested its ability to charge USB devices. I tried to charge 2
devices at once, since it has 2 ports and it seemed to work just fine.
My cel phone was charging at a fast enough rate- about 1% for every
minute or 2.
I'm so happy to be an owner of one this device. It
even has an LED looking flashlight so whether I get stranded in the
wilderness, in a rainy day, or in the darkness of an evening, I would
feel safe using it.
I will not post a photo of how it looks like when charging 2 items.
also want to add that I was at 1st skeptical that it would be
compatible with my mid size car that's a V6 engine. I have a 2002 Camry
V-6 with a 3L gas capacity. The Jump Starter works on 3L gas or 2.5L
diesel vehicle engines so it should work just fine when the occasion
I was supplied a sample for test and evaluation, and I promised that my review is fair and honest.
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