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Coleman Cable 08662 25-Feet Heavy-Duty Booster Cables, 4-Gauge

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25-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: 25-Foot | Style Name: 4-Gauge
Technical Details
BrandColeman Cable
Product Dimensions11.8 x 11.8 x 4.6 inches
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Item model number086620104
Manufacturer Part Number086620104
  
Additional Information
ASINB00002243X
Best Sellers Rank #22,737 in Automotive (See top 100)
Shipping Weight7.3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingCurrently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
Date First AvailableNovember 9, 2004
  
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Product Description

Size: 25-Foot | Style: 4-Gauge

Product Description

This Jumper Cable is uniquely designed to grip both top and side post batteries firmly and easily. The extended jaw has grooves which conform to the side post, locking it in place. No tangle insulation that stays flexible to -94:F. All copper insulation.

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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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Customer Reviews

Very high quality, made very well.
Cowboy
Undoubtedly the best set of jumper cables I've ever owned, I plan to buy another for my SUV.
Don Winkleblech
I know they will work when I need them.
Blatt

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93 of 97 people found the following review helpful By Mike on February 1, 2011
Style Name: 4-GaugeSize Name: 20-Foot Verified Purchase
The cables are made in the USA, which is great, but they are not copper cables. They are the much cheaper "copper clad aluminum" cables that are of much lower quality. The product description states, "Extra Heavy-Duty" and "the strongest consumer grade available", which CCA is not. I need the jumper cables for emergency use only so they hopefully won't be used much. If you need to unroll and roll up the cables often look for copper cable, not this product. This kind of information should have been in the product description, but then if it was, I wouldn't have made this purchase.
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109 of 115 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on November 1, 2002
Style Name: 4-GaugeSize Name: 25-Foot
It never fails, that when you need a jump, you are parked nose-in the parking space. With 25 foot cables, you don't need to push the car out. Plus, it doesn't matter what side the battery is on. AMAZON.COM sells 12, 16, 20 and 25 foot lengths. Compare the prices, and the 25 foot is a good value for just a little extra money. Thick, heavy, 4 gauge wire provides quick starts (these things weigh about 15 pounds!). Each clamp has a glow in the dark polarity indicator on it. At first, this sounds like a solar powered flashlight, because the cables are stored in the dark trunk, but ten seconds in front of the booster car's headlights will charge them up. Cheap jumper cables are no bargin. Buy the best and be done with it. I can't wait until my next dead battery! (Well, almost).
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104 of 110 people found the following review helpful By Native Trekker on November 20, 2006
Style Name: 4-GaugeSize Name: 20-Foot Verified Purchase
I purchased these cables based solely on internet research. Coleman seems to be a well respected company. After inspecting the 08660 twenty foot long four gauge cables, I am satisfied with my purchase. The materials appear to be of good quality, and the clamp design is intuitive. There is a top of page review dated September 14th 2006 by Privacy Advocate titled "Slight disappointment" in which he describes his concern about the clamps having only one side of the jaw plated with copper. This actually is an intelligent design. The copper cable is connected to only one jaw (the jaw that is copper plated for increased conductivity). Copper plating the non-connected jaw would be counter productive. I recommend purchasing a minimum length of twenty feet, a minimum of four gauge cable, and clamps rated a minimum of 500 amps. The length is recommended because you may not always be able to place a boost vehicle nose to nose or side by side. The gauge and amps are particularly important if you live in a cold climate. Check the vehicle OEM battery specifications regarding cold cranking amps (CCA) for a clear understanding of why gauge and amps are important.
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109 of 117 people found the following review helpful By T. Brown on March 28, 2010
Style Name: 4-GaugeSize Name: 20-Foot Verified Purchase
For the price and in the right situations these are good cables. Good length, good ga. wire and copper connectors. But for me where they fall short is at the clamps and this type of clamp seems to be on MANY cables available today. I could not see it in the photos but the clamps are uneven at the ends because of the extra notch the manufacturer adds on one side to make it easier to connect to side terminal batteries. Also there are NO teeth on the end of the jaws so you HAVE to make your connection using the teeth on the sides of the jaws. This does not sound like a big deal until you are in a tight situation and have to clamp onto a top post battery straight down, then you have an uneven clamp end and no teeth to grip the post. I happen to also have a car (a domestic) with a remote mounted battery, not a HOT ROD or modified car, just a stock factory production car where the manufacturer could not fit the battery under the hood for space saving and design reasons and put it elsewhere in the car. Remote batteries used to be a rare thing on mostly European cars but it is fairly common now on all makes of cars. With the battery not under the hood or in the trunk I have a Pos. and Neg. lug under the hood at the end of battery cables to jump the car with. The Pos. lug is surrounded by plastic in a depression to prevent anything from accidentally hitting it and shorting. Because of this there is little room and I can not get the side of these jumper cable clamps to grab the lug, I need teeth on the end of the jaws to grip the Pos. lug. I'm returning these cables and for $15 more (on sale) than the price of these cables I got the same length, the same 4 ga.Read more ›
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57 of 59 people found the following review helpful By Bradley Felton on January 9, 2010
Style Name: 4-GaugeSize Name: 25-Foot Verified Purchase
These cables are made with aluminum wire which has been tarted-up with a copper coating. The jaws are steel, also deceptively copper plated. The insulation on the wire is some cheesy substance that I suspect will crack and fall off within a few years. I would rate these three stars if they were sold as what they were, instead of pretending to a quality that they don't possess. If you need a long set of jumper cables that will start your car, and you don't expect them to last too long, these will probably do the job for you. If you expect quality components and a lifetime of service from the tools you buy, keep looking.
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19 of 20 people found the following review helpful By DeusEx on December 21, 2010
Style Name: 4-GaugeSize Name: 25-Foot Verified Purchase
I absolutley love Amazon!!! For the price of a set of cheap Booster/Jumper Cables in a brick and morter store, you can buy extra long and heavy duty jumpers! First off, don't be the person that not only needs to ask a kind passer-by for a "jump" but also if they have jumper cables. It's MUCH easier to get a jump start if you have your own cables.

Next lets talk about sizing. Having the longest cable possible is a major plus if your car is parked up against something like a pole or wall, or even parked on a one way street. The "booster car" (the car w/o a dead battery) can pull in close enough to use the cables without having to manuver into some akward position. Or better yet, you won't have to push your vehicle into a position to be jumped. If your diving a normal sized car they can even pull in behind you to jump you! Or if their vehicle is the shorter of the two, they could pull in front. Now how about gauge? For those who aren't electricians or engineers, as the number value of gauge decreases, the size and capacity of the cable increases. So for example 6-ga has about twice as much copper wire as 8-ga, and 4-ga is a about twice as much as 6-ga, so on and so on. That doesn't mean you double the capacity of wire with every two numbers though. 4-gauge may sound like a lot but it really isn't.

The technical stuff. Don't worry if this doesn't make sense, you don't really need to know all of this, but I'm trying to make a point as to why to get the longest and heavist cables you can. I'm not an electrican but I've worked with it long enough to know a few general rules of thumb. First of the enemy of electricty is resistance. Resistance ultimately determines the load a particular wire can carry. Five things factor into resistance.
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