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Coleman Cable 08666 16-Feet Heavy-Duty Truck and Auto Battery Booster Cables with Polar Glow Clamps, 4-Gauge

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16-Foot
4-Gauge
  • Fits top and side post batteries
  • Ergonomically designed handles
  • Engineered for warm and cold climates
  • (Polar-Glo) Polarity labels glow in the dark
  • Made in America
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Product Information

Size: 16-Foot | Style Name: 4-Gauge
Technical Details
BrandColeman Cable
Product Dimensions11.5 x 11.8 x 3.8 inches
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Item model number086660104
Manufacturer Part Number086660104
  
Additional Information
ASINB00002243Z
Best Sellers Rank #51,172 in Automotive (See top 100)
Shipping Weight7 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableOctober 2, 2003
  
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Product Description

Size: 16-Foot | Style: 4-Gauge

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When your car or truck needs a boost, the Road Power Extra Heavy-Duty Booster Cables are the safest way to transfer power from a 12-volt automobile battery. The easy-to-use, no-tangle cables have a trademarked T-Prene coating for flexibility and easy storage. They feature special clamps with triple-polarity identification that is color-coded, indent stamped, and marked with glow-in-the-dark labels. The clamps also have an ergonomic design that is easy to use on top-post and side-terminal batteries.

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Extra Heavy-Duty
Booster Cables
At a Glance:
  • T-Prene coating keeps cables flexible down to -94 degrees Fahrenheit
  • Cables work with top-post and side-terminal 12-volt batteries
  • 4-gauge, heavy-duty, no-tangle cable construction
  • Clamps glow in the dark
  • Ergonomically designed with shielded surfaces for safety
  • UL listed; RoHS compliant
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Extra Heavy-Duty Booster Cable

The 4-gauge, heavy-duty cables are the strongest consumer grade available.
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Clamps Glow in the Dark
Road Power's Extra Heavy-Duty Booster Cables feature special Polar-Glo clamps that glow in the dark, so you can easily identify their polarity--a critical feature for nighttime charges on dark roadways. The triple-polarity identification features include color coding, indent stamping, and glow-in-the-dark labels, so you'll have no trouble recognizing positive and negative poles.

Versatile, Safe, and Easy to Use
Road Power's specially designed clamps are easily gripped by all hand strengths and sizes. These versatile clamps can fit both side-terminal and top-post batteries. For safety, all energized clamp surfaces are shielded to prevent short circuits, and all conductive clamp surfaces are recessed to prevent accidental contact.

Heavy-Duty Cable Construction Resists the Elements
The booster cables are insulated with Road Power's trademarked T-Prene coating, which is designed to remain flexible down to -94 degrees Fahrenheit. The 4-gauge, heavy-duty cables are the strongest consumer grade available, and they resist motor oil, rain, and chemicals for dependable use.

Available in four lengths--12 feet, 16 feet, 20 feet, and 25 feet--these booster cables will easily reach from one battery to another, whether you're working on a car, truck, or SUV.

About Road Power
Coleman Cable's nationally recognized Road Power brand of automotive products features a wide range of items, from booster cables to battery cables to RV accessories. Extensive product offerings, technical expertise, a dedication to customer service, and an on-going commitment to product innovation are some of the reasons why Coleman Cable is a leader in the automotive aftermarket industry. For value and quality, turn to Road Power brand from Coleman Cable, Inc.

What's in the Box
4-gauge booster cable with glow-in-the-dark clamps.


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Product Description

Coleman Cable 08666 16-Foot Heavy-Duty Truck and Auto Battery Booster Cables with Polar Glow Clamps, 4-Gauge. Fits top and side post batteries. Ergonomically designed handles. Engineered for warm and cold climates. (Polar-Glo) Polarity labels glow in the dark. Made in America. TOLL FREE HOTLINE, 1-800-561-4321. If you have immediate questions about application, installation, troubleshooting, or a damaged component, please call CCI Consumer product hotline at 1-800-561-4321 or email questions to: consumer.service@colemancable.com. The Road Power (R) brand is a registered trademark of Coleman Cable Inc.


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Customer Reviews

Good quality cable and well made.
Deryl
The parrot style clamps have strong springs and good ergonomics.
muscle_car_guy
Very high quality cables, exceeded my expectations.
Brian H.

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

59 of 65 people found the following review helpful By "elouise25" on June 23, 2000
Style Name: 4-GaugeSize Name: 16-Foot
This 16 ft. Coleman jumper cable is a 4 gauge cable which is a mechanic's grade. It is durable and will last a long time. The length ensures that you will be able to utilize this tool without worry, the clamps glow in the dark and fit both side post and top post batteries. It comes with a lifetime warranty and I am very glad that I bought it.
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33 of 35 people found the following review helpful By G. Green on July 5, 2009
Style Name: 4-GaugeSize Name: 20-Foot
I have owned a pair of these for about a year, after owning a couple of cheaper pairs, and what I have learned is that there are three basic considerations when buying booster cables. First, the quality of product that the manufacturer produces. Poor quality cables will fail on you and possibly do serious damage to your vehicle. These cables are very well made and reliable. Second, the gauge of cable. The lower the number the heavier the cable. Four gauge is nice and beefy, and will do the job for any passenger car or truck. Don't go for a higher number (and therefore less capable) set of booster cables. Third, the length of the cable. It is inevitable that you will eventually have to use these to start a car that is boxed in by a garage, trees, or other vehicles and you''ll have to reach the battery from the back of the vehicle. Twenty feet is the minimum length. Get 25 foot cables if you can.
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30 of 32 people found the following review helpful By Mr.Dead End on May 12, 2011
Style Name: 4-GaugeSize Name: 20-Foot Verified Purchase
I bought these because a previous reviewer said that the wire was solid copper. Either the model changed since that review or that reviewer was incorrect. These are decent quality cables, the clamps are sturdy enough, but the wire is definitely copper coated aluminum. It didn't occur to me to check the shipping weight, but when I picked up the box, I could tell that 20 foot, 4 gauge solid copper cables with heavy duty clamps should be heavier than 6.3 pounds. I haven't decided whether it is worth sending them back or if they are good enough to put in the wife's car.
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21 of 22 people found the following review helpful By DeusEx on December 22, 2010
Style Name: 2-GaugeSize Name: 25-Foot Verified Purchase
So these aren't the best cables you can buy. For that you'll have to go to an electrical or welding supply company and you will PAY! Probably between 3 and 5 times what these cost! So unless you plan to start a towing service and need cables that will see daily use, I'd say these are gonna work for you.

(Update: After compairing them to the 4ga cables I bought a month or so back for my car, they don't really seem that much thicker... That's said they are MUCH heavier! The individual stranding is of a thicker gauge than the other model so I'm guessing that's why the thickness isn't much more...)

What I like:
--Length - I bought these for a half-ton pickup. Why? Because it never fails that your battery will fail to start your engine when your parked in a packed lot with cars on all sides. Rather than pushing a 3 ton vehicle out you pull the booster vehicle in as close as you can and let the length work for you.
--Heft - these cables are no joke. It's a workhorse grade cable that lets plenty of energy flow. When trying to start a 5.7L V8, that's kinda important.
--Solid Clamps - Unlike some of the other reviews, I don't have a problem opening my parrot clamps with one hand. But their hardly weak, they'll clamp solid and stay put!

(Update: If you really need 2ga booster cables and your skeptical of these, Deka makes a set of 2ga cables for around $150. I have no personal experence with them but I have a little with the Deka name and they seem pretty good.)

What I don't like:
--Stiffness - They're not as flexible as I was hoping. But about as flexible as I expected. True welding cable in 2ga is about $3 per foot and per cable. That's why the best jumper cables cost $200+.
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29 of 32 people found the following review helpful By George C on February 16, 2008
Style Name: 2-GaugeSize Name: 25-Foot Verified Purchase
i wold not recommend getting a jumper cable this good unless you have frequent problems with your car.

i play a lot with different stereo components (amplifiers etc) in my car and i end up running the battery down dead quite often.

for me hauling around a 15-pound set of booster cables in the trunk is worth it because, for example, i used it twice within just the first week after receiving it - for most other people it may not be worth it.

the jaws grip super tight. actually its very hard to work them with just one hand because they are so strong - sometimes i end up using both hands to compress the spring - seriously i imagine many guys will HAVE to use both hands but this makes for a stronger contact. there are copper inserts in both jaws (so in 4 jaws in total) and some people prefer that although (of course) only 2 of the 4 jaws actually are connected to the cable directly.

the cable itself really looks like 2nd gauge - its almost all copper with only very thin (about 1 millimeter) insulation on top of it. this is unlike 10 dollar jumper cables which have almost the same thickness on the outside but are almost all rubber with a thin copper wire in the middle.

i ran into a bit of a problem with the insulation on the jaws themselves though. the red and black rubbery plastic on the handles is thin and not durable. when i gripped one of the jaws onto the handle of another it bit right through this plastic and started to spark. this is also a testament to how strongly the jaws grip - they bite right through insulation (so dont do that).

i never thought i would need so much length but actually its quite handy.
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