JTF Battery Booster with compressor £24 @ JTF Megadiscount (instore)
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JTF Battery Booster with compressor £24 @ JTF Megadiscount (instore)

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Found 13th Jan 2013
I think this is my first post, and I'm not a big fan of this type of membership store as prices tend not to be anything special, but I think the two i'm posting are not bad and the leaflets say anyone can join so its not only trade or public sector staff can join. I've wanted a portable jump start since I went back to second hand cars, this comes with a compressor .

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These are a waste of time to be honest for most people. When you come to want to use it, the battery in this will have died in itself, unless you keep it on charge regularly.

If your battery is starting to get weak, the best thing to do is to replace the car's battery.

These battery boost packs are a complete waste of money they have not got the power to get a wrist watch going, save your money and get a pair of jump leads instead.

I went to use jump leads the other day and they burnt out somehow :s My friend lent me one of these and the bike started straight away

Yer, good for a motorcycle, completely useless on a car. I've got one already. Need about 3 of these buggers in parallel to start a car. Good for a portable cigarette lighter socket though!

DON'T WAIST YOUR MONEY I GOT ONE NEVER START MY BATTERY SOLD IT TO A FRIEND OF MINE FOR A £10 HE WANTS TO GIVE MY BACK HE PUT ON CHARGER FOR 2 DAYS NEVER START HIS CAR COMPLETELY WASTING MONEY BECAUSE OF THAT I AM WORRY TO BUY ANY OTHER BRAND
Edited by: "dastan_200" 13th Jan 2013

Might work on a little 1.0 litre car but not much use otherwise. DaveRushton - bet you were using 'bargain' supermarket jump leads. Happened to me a few years back jump starting my mate's 4.0 litre jeep - melted my cheapo jump leads. Prompted me to Invest in a set or quality heavy duty leads which have worked well ever since.
Edited by: "Dave-T" 13th Jan 2013

These never work because they have FAKE batteries in them that are less than half the capacity of what the label states. Watch this 3 part video series for more info (very detailed)

youtube.com/wat…LZY

dastan_200

DON'T WAIST YOUR MONEY I GOT ONE NEVER START MY BATTERY SOLD IT TO A … DON'T WAIST YOUR MONEY I GOT ONE NEVER START MY BATTERY SOLD IT TO A FRIEND OF MINE FOR A £10 HE WANTS TO GIVE MY BACK HE PUT ON CHARGER FOR 2 DAYS NEVER START HIS CAR COMPLETELY WASTING MONEY BECAUSE OF THAT I AM WORRY TO BUY ANY OTHER BRAND



Bloody hell, turn caps lock off and write coherently.

Dave-T

Might work on a little 1.0 litre car but not much use otherwise. … Might work on a little 1.0 litre car but not much use otherwise. DaveRushton - bet you were using 'bargain' supermarket jump leads. Happened to me a few years back jump starting my mate's 4.0 litre jeep - melted my cheapo jump leads. Prompted me to Invest in a set or quality heavy duty leads which have worked well ever since.



I think they were cheap yeah. Got an optimiser now so battery will always be fine
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