Draper 40134 12 Volt Power Pack with Compressor £55.58 (Was £166.64) Delivered @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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Good price, also with integral air compressor, £84.99 at Screwfix, £81.95 at Tooled-up, £84.99 at B&Q

Power pack ideal for petrol vehicles up to 2000cc and diesel vehicles up to 1800cc. On/off power switch, voltmeter with battery charge and reverse polarity indicators. Heavy duty booster cables with insulated jaws. DC power socket allows the running of 12V/DC accessories to a maximum current of 15A. Integral air compressor with pressure gauge, hose and popular adaptors. Rechargeable through a 230V AC supply or a 12V vehicle cigarette lighter socket. Display carton. Starting current of 300A, peak current of 700A



* Ideal for petrol vehicles up to 2000cc and diesel vehicles up to 1800cc
* Voltmeter with battery charge and reverse polarity indicators
* DC power socket for 12V DC accessories up to 15A
* Integral air compressor with pressure gauge, hose and popular adaptors
* Rechargeable--230V AC supply or a 12V vehicle cigarette lighter socket
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#2
Sounds suspiciously like the one Maplin used to do (now discontinued) for about £40, when it wasn't discounted to half-price. It was however well known to be useless, if not downright misleadingly specified. They now have one at about £50.
#3
If this is one of those engine starter for flat batteries, it's rather expensive. You can get them for much less from Lidl/Aldi/Netto, for about £20. Besides that, they do not work well. A small tyre pump is about £7 from Argos. Not voting because it is less than half price but still not good value, imo.
#4
Don't waste your money on it , you need at least a 1000 amp version

http://www.expresstools.co.uk/images/product/main/sea1298.jpg
#5
Hancock
Don't waste your money on it , you need at least a 1000 amp version

http://www.expresstools.co.uk/images/product/main/sea1298.jpg


Cheapest price for a sealey 1000amp is £99.50?, twice the price,
#6
clondikemike
Cheapest price for a sealey 1000amp is £99.50?, twice the price,


Yes, but this one delivers the power needed to start your car on a cold winters morning!
#7
Hancock
Yes, but this one delivers the power needed to start your car on a cold winters morning!


So does the Draper? you can start a car with 300amp and the draper is 700 more than enough to start your car in the winter (unless you drive a 5 litre car) another £50 for 300amp more is just a waste of money, this site is about hot deals & this is a quality product at a far cheaper price than you can find elsewhere,
#8
clondikemike
So does the Draper? you can start a car with 300amp and the draper is 700 more than enough to start your car in the winter (unless you drive a 5 litre car) another £50 for 300amp more is just a waste of money, this site is about hot deals & this is a quality product at a far cheaper price than you can find elsewhere,


The cranking capacity of the Draper is of little use when trying to turn over an stone cold engine on a freezing morning and firing the ignition as well, it doesn't have enough guts for the job.


I have sold a great many of the Sealey ones and also seen quite a few of these combined compressor/starters returned, because they are not up to the job, we have now stopped selling cheap ones because of that.
#9
I looked at getting one of these a few weeks back as was having trouble with my battery but just got a new battery for that price.
#10
Hancock
The cranking capacity of the Draper is of little use when trying to turn over an stone cold engine on a freezing morning and firing the ignition as well, it doesn't have enough guts for the job.


I have sold a great many of the Sealey ones and also seen quite a few of these combined compressor/starters returned, because they are not up to the job, we have now stopped selling cheap ones because of that.


That's good to know, who do you work for? Maybe you could give us all a good deal?
#11
smudgemobile
I looked at getting one of these a few weeks back as was having trouble with my battery but just got a new battery for that price.


I really think you are missing the point of either the site or the product? Firstly, it's the best deal (ie: a hot deal as it can't be found cheaper anywhere else) & if everyone followed that way of thinking we would all buy a new printer everytime the ink ran out rather than buying more ink? this is an item that can be used for any car & also as a compressor (inflating tyres/inflatables/using as a jet wash etc) it's a DIYers tool not for someone with one car who lives in a flat (if you know what I mean)
#12
Hancock
The cranking capacity of the Draper is of little use when trying to turn over an stone cold engine on a freezing morning and firing the ignition as well, it doesn't have enough guts for the job.


I have sold a great many of the Sealey ones and also seen quite a few of these combined compressor/starters returned, because they are not up to the job, we have now stopped selling cheap ones because of that.


Employers/products or self promotion is also not allowed on the site
#13
clondikemike
I really think you are missing the point of either the site or the product? Firstly, it's the best deal (ie: a hot deal as it can't be found cheaper anywhere else) & if everyone followed that way of thinking we would all buy a new printer everytime the ink ran out rather than buying more ink? this is an item that can be used for any car & also as a compressor (inflating tyres/inflatables/using as a jet wash etc) it's a DIYers tool not for someone with one car who lives in a flat (if you know what I mean)


I know exactly what you mean think your ink logic is a bit out of context, I also have a compressor and a foot pump but not in all 5 cars, as for it being the best deal clearly it is not if it doesn't do the job

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