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Capri Tools Heavy-Duty Auto Jumper Cables - 20Ft Length - Heavy 4-Gauge Wire with Storage Bag


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  • Essential safety and security tool for every car and truck
  • 20 feet in length, nice set of jumper cable
  • Plus extra-thick real 4-gauge copper plated aluminum wire
  • Heavy-duty spring-loaded steel clamps, PVC coated for safety; copper jaws provide sure connection
  • Avoid being stranded waiting for a tow truck
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BrandCapri Tools
Item Weight5.3 pounds
Product Dimensions17 x 9 x 4.6 inches
Manufacturer Part Number20607
  
Additional Information
ASINB0007U7I76
Best Sellers Rank #772 in Automotive (See top 100)
Shipping Weight6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First AvailableAugust 14, 2008
  
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Product Description

Essential safety and security tool for every car and truck. This set of jumper cable last 67% longer than regular sets for easier & safer reach between vehicles. Plus extra-thick 4-gauge copper plated cable has more conductivity for faster starts. Heavy-duty spring-loaded steel clamps, PVC coated for safety; copper jaws provide sure connection. Avoid being stranded waiting for a tow truck; one use and the set's paid for itself!An outstanding value in a quality automotive safety accessory.


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Very well made.
Mark Blumenfeld
These are 20ft and have a bag that you can actually get the cables back in. well worth the money!
Hb79
It is well made and also came with a storage bag to keep them neat.
Wendy Harris

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105 of 111 people found the following review helpful By Perry Patetic on December 9, 2010
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"Heavy Duty" means something is made to be used a lot, that's not the case with these Made in China jumper cables. The clamps are low quality steel, and the wiggle in the hinged jaws doesn't inspire a lot of confidence in their potential longevity. Also, as another pointed out, this doesn't appear to be as big as either SAE or AWG 4 gauge multi-strand cable, and that's really important when you plan to carry low voltage, high amperage loads on a long wire (like starting a car 20 feet away).

All that said, these are probably more than capable of jumping a fairly big motor the few times in a car or truck's life you usually have to do that. The electrical connections look pretty good, and over all these look to be better than the truly cheapo, copper-colored-steel-clamped cables that come in most "roadside emergency" kits.

They get 3 stars for being a reasonably good value, but not living up to their advertising. They're probably worth just about the $25 total I paid, but it's not the great deal they appear to be, and I'm not sure whether I'd buy them again.
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49 of 49 people found the following review helpful By Uncle Bob on October 29, 2012
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"Copper wire" means wire made of copper. At least that's what it used to mean back when I was in EE school. Here it means aluminum wire with a *very* thin coat of copper on top. The proper term for this stuff is "copper clad wire".

Why should that matter? Copper conducts electricity better than aluminum. It's also more expensive. If I pay for "copper wire" I expect to get it. Aluminum has half the conductivity of copper. In a battery cable, that means you need a cable that's twice as big if it's aluminum.

If you are looking for good jumper cables - look elsewhere. You can get the real thing for the price you are paying for these !!!!
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52 of 53 people found the following review helpful By Jeff on December 8, 2010
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I guess they're OK for the price, but they are not 4 guage wire, maybe 8 gauge. It would be nice if the wires were molded together to prevent tangling, but it's just 2 pieces of wire with a clamp on each end.
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51 of 53 people found the following review helpful By desert rat on February 1, 2012
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At first feel these cables appear heavy.Upon closer examination the rubber insulation is thick and heavy but the wire instead of being .236" in diameter it is less than half that size at only .115" in diameter.And so will only have half the current load carrying capacity of Real 4 Gauge Cables.This is false advertising.On top of that the alligator clips are so thin they tend to bend and distort when you try to open them.Made in China.Mine are being returned.
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20 of 20 people found the following review helpful By SilverSurfer on January 8, 2012
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I wish I'd read the reviews instead of just looking at the overall rating. I have some 6 gauge wire, and I compared that to these cables, and the copper strands in this cable are smaller than the 6 gauge I have, so I think it's 8 gauge at best. It'll start your car in most cases, it's only under pretty extreme conditions that it would make a difference, but if you buy 4 gauge that's what you should get. On the plus side, it came with a decent zippered case.
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22 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Kathy S. Hendrix on January 15, 2013
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This was advertised as heavy 4-gauge copper wire. The item received was 4 gauge "copper-clad aluminum" wire. This is not even close to the advertised product. I am awaiting a reply from the supplier on the discrepancy.

I would not recommend this to a friend.
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By hokey wolf on December 7, 2010
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I won't go into the type of clamp used, as other reviewers have made mention of the clamp composition. One thing I noticed on the way the cable is connected to the clamp is there is a potential for a poor connection over time. The cable is not bolted or attached with a barrel type compression lug, but rather it is stripped on one side and a fold over type crimp is made to the copper portion of the jaw. I seriously doubt this type of connection will hold up over time, or even carry 500 amps. My other observation is the black and red cables are not secured together. Most booster cables are bonded together along the length of the insulation up to about the last 12" of each end. This set is basically 2 independent cables with clamps on the ends. The problem arises with the potential of "knotting up" the cables during storage and re-use. I used some heavy duty black cable ties to join them together along the length of the set. A quality electrical tape could also be used with the same result. In the warmer months, electrical tape has the tendency to "leak" the adhesive around the tape. This was the main reason I used cable ties; storage during the hot, southern summer months would certainly cause the tape to loose its adhesive qualities. Not a bad product, but keep in mind it is made comparable to the price point.
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31 of 35 people found the following review helpful By Kent McKinney on January 19, 2009
Excellent jumper cables for my son's automobile needs. The length is right, colors adequate, cable connection secured to clamps.

The only reason this product did not receive a five star was the image led me to believe the jaws where solid brass (similar to my old jumpers) but they are not.

Still good quality though and my son appreciated the cables!
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