AutoXS Car Jump Leads with LED indicator £9.99 @ Aldi with 3 years warranty
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AutoXS Car Jump Leads with LED indicator £9.99 @ Aldi with 3 years warranty

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Found 27th Sep 2017
3.5 metres
Petrol engine up to 5.5L
Diesel engine up to 3L
LED indicator for over voltage.

Compared to what you get on eBay and other places these are pretty good price wise and the 3 years warranty always worth the money you pay too.
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Looks good and fairly long as recently got rid of my cheap ones and got some longer ones after having trouble jumping my car a few months ago when it was in an awkward angle to stretch the leads.

Hot from me.
like all cheapies, they are far too thin and will heat up quickly

thicker cables are best

answers.yahoo.com/que…VKD

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Edited by: "cullies" 27th Sep 2017
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cullies13 m ago

like all cheapies, they are far too thin and will heat up quicklythicker …like all cheapies, they are far too thin and will heat up quicklythicker cables are besthttps://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20111122112210AAtqVKDCOLD.


If they get hot how can it be cold?
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3 years warranty for £10 jump leads is pretty hot for me
cullies10 h, 47 m ago

like all cheapies, they are far too thin and will heat up quicklythicker …like all cheapies, they are far too thin and will heat up quicklythicker cables are besthttps://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20111122112210AAtqVKDCOLD.

Pity you didn't link to a better deal instead of just slatng this one
These do look pretty thin. I've used similar leads in the past and had them nearly melt and fail to start the other car. Better off with thicker cables, still have a set I bought in Costco 30 years ago that have started 3 litre diesels without problems, these say they will but I guarantee you'll have issues if the battery is totally dead.
Aluminum copper = poor quality and only useful for very occasional use. For a set that will last a lifetime buy copper welding cable and clamps separately - very flexible, rubber covered (not thick PVC) and can take real punishment....
cullies27th Sep

like all cheapies, they are far too thin and will heat up quicklythicker …like all cheapies, they are far too thin and will heat up quicklythicker cables are besthttps://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20111122112210AAtqVKDCOLD.


You say these are "far too thin". Does that mean you have seen the cable diameter stated somewhere? Presume you are not just guessing the gauge by looking at a picture??!
I've just bought a set and can confirm the internal cable diameter is substantial, making these good value in my opinion. Admittedly, they are not solid copper cables but in this price bracket they aren't going to be.
cullies27th Sep

like all cheapies, they are far too thin and will heat up quicklythicker …like all cheapies, they are far too thin and will heat up quicklythicker cables are besthttps://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20111122112210AAtqVKDCOLD.

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